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The creative team behind “Extinct” certainly puts the feature in a slam-dunk position. Director David Silverman and writers Joel H. Coen, John Frink, and Rob LaZebnik are all longtime veterans of “The Simpsons,” spending years on the iconic television show, responsible for delivering big laughs every week. Silverman even helmed “The Simpsons Movie,” along with many of the shorts, including the Oscar-nominated, “The Longest Daycare.” These are talented men, and their combined effort to create a different animated comedy is exciting, giving the team a new world to develop with their sharp senses of humor. Unfortunately, “Extinct” isn’t the triumph one is hoping for, dealing with pedestrian storytelling and a strange sci-fi concept, while the production’s Chinese backing keeps the endeavor away from a wilder appreciation for an adventure through time with a pair of extinct animals. Read the rest at


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