65: Not quite what I expected: I thought it was going to be a Time Travel film. Actually it's set 65 million years ago, a Starship pilot, Mills (Adam Driver) from an Alien planet has his ship damaged when it;' struck by a meteor and it crash-lands on Earth (to him an unknown, uncharted planet). He soon discovers that only one of his cryosleep passengers has survived, a young girl, Koa (Ariana Greenblatt). The starship has broken in half and the part containing the orbiter shuttle is 15 kilometres away. Thus begins a trek through jungle and over hills, facing dinosaurs both great and small. The little raptors are the worst, attack like rabid Jack Russel Terriers but proto-Komodo Dragons come a close second. The tension is well maintained and the threat scenes aren't hackneyed; there is also another threat which puts time pressure on them reaching the escape vehicle but you'll have to watch the film to learn about that. A prologue and flashbacks fill us in on Mills'life and motivations. a good but at times troubled relationship develops between Mills and Koa with good acting from Driver and especially Greenblatt. Good effects, nothing extraordinary about the film but well worth watching. Written and Directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods. 7.5/10.