It's that time again -- time for you to scrape together an absurd amount of money to go see a summer movie in theaters this weekend, and then report back on its quality by telling us what you thought on a scale of 1-10. We've been doing this all summer long, and so far it looks like Pixar's Up might have stolen a little thunder from Star Trek, as last I checked it was rockin' a perfect 10. But keep in mind it also depends on how many people vote, so Trek definitely still has a shot, as does this weekend's big special effects-laden summer blockbuster: Land of the Lost, starring Will Ferrell as a down-on-his-luck scientist who embarks on what looks like the trippiest alternate dimension vacation ever.

From Todd Gilchrist's review: "If Hunter S. Thompson were to write a story about his trip to a parallel, prehistoric dimension, then Land of the Lostmight be the most accurate representation possible of its subsequent film adaptation. Directed by Brad Silberling and starring Will Ferrell, this update on the Sid and Marty Krofft television series from the 1970s is the strangest, filthiest summer movie I think I've ever seen – and it opens against one that features Mike Tyson, a tiger and Zach Galifianakis. But just as strangely, it's also damn entertaining, although it's hard to know whether you should or definitely shouldn't be indoctrinated beforehand to its weirdness."

You know what to do next -- feel free to vote in our poll and share your comments on the film below.