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I love the deleted scene where we are introduced to Roland fighting a drunk guy at a bar with one hand behind his back.

Sets him up as a badass but at the same time a respectable guy. It's a great introduction to the character. However I love his entrance in the theatrical cut.

Ludlow is making stupid decisions to set up camp on the game trail. Tembo reveals himself from behind the camo curtain and speaks at him directly.

It's just a great put down of Ludlow and an assertion of Tembo as a character. He outlines why he is an idiot and what the plan is going forward.

It's such a badass moment. He doesn't care about the money or the stupidity of rich dentists.

Had an idea for a piece of fan fiction featuring Tembo. He's slightly jaded, still angry at losing Ajay, but is looking to see if he can reclaim the thrill of the hunt once again.

Probably doesn't make sense since he's basically realised the error of his way when he took the bull male down at the end of TLW.

I just love the character though. Yeah his exit from TLW: "I believe I've spent enough time in the company of death" is a cool exit line. Pete Postlethwaite is great all around, it's unfortunate he's passed on.

Spielberg called him the best actor he worked with. This is a great write up, cheers mate. I love The Lost World to my core and you hit every good note.

John Williams creates a theme that is more savage and primal, which applies more to the film's wilder feel. And it still kicks ass, I love the main theme - does feel very different to the rest of the composer's fanfare styled work.

And there's there's music from the cliff scene. I love The Lost World. It has that same Spielberg feel as the first movie, which is something that's sorely missing from JP3 and JW.

This is why Idk why people love Jurassic world. Didn't even feel like a Jurassic Park movie. It was just a lighthearted adventure film about dinosaurs.

Definitely made me appreciate JP3 more since that at least sort of had that spielberg feel to it and the dinosaurs were feared upon. The trained raptors shit in JW was just dumb.

I'd rank them 1, 2, 3, 4. The two by Spielberg still the best ones. I don't how people were putting JW on the same level as JP1 or near it but I guess that's the power of nostalgia.

That's how I'd rank them, too. Jurassic World was a colossal disappointment for me. The raptor training was dumb, but I think I have a bigger problem with Vincent D'onofrio's character's subplot.

I thought he was such a corny villain. My biggest problem with the movie, though, is characterization. There was one likable character in the entire movie Irrfan Khan and they killed him off way too soon.

You'd think after being in developmental hell for so long that they'd think of better ideas for the plot.

Looks like the rumors were true and that they are moving towards using raptors as military weapons.

Even if they don't, the fact that it's even mentioned is dumb. I hated how the raptors were either locked up or restrained under command in Jurassic World.

That's not how raptors should be, everyone used to be scared of these dinosaurs. Yea that's another thing, the characters sucked.

I did like how they brought back Dr. Definitely one of best parts about the movie. I hope they drop that plot.

I hope in the next one there's more "abandoned island, dinosaurs adapting to live on their own" plot.

I thought his character was awful. The only one I found likeable was the hipster dude from New Girl. His sub plot was the only thing in the movie I thought actually worked.

Thank you. When you look at JW as a movie, void of nostalgia and spectacle, it is terrible. So many continuity errors, terrible writing, and annoying product placement.

That scene where the kids talk about their parents getting divorced comes out of nowhere, is never mentioned anywhere else in the film, and is never resolved.

The only part I enjoyed was the ending dino brawl which still managed be ruined I'm not saying it does but you people saying "it doesn't feel like Movies are specific and what we take away from their storytelling is entirely dependant on where attention is focused.

Your feeling and my feeling and her feeling and his feeling watching the film are all different. The reason critics didn't savage JW or Episode 7 like the fans did is due to education.

Fans pick out binary complaints that are informed by how well they understand the craft. When a fan might say "why did that character do that?

All this tells them the scene was actually about something else or was setting a tone to support a theme that nonone comments on. All people judge films on today are very basic logistics and even then, not very well since they're missing the vast majority of the storytelling yet commenting with absolute certainty.

I love that one too but my biggest complaint is how in the world did the T-Rex kill everyone on the ship in the middle of the ocean, get back into the holding area and close the doors?

The best explanation is that there were others dino's in the hold - we've seen before that raptors leave arms lying around I took that as being the baby t-rex?

Otherwise, yes I agree that whole thing confused me, as horrifying and as good a buildup as it provided for the ship to land.

TLW is my favorite of the series, pretty much for the reasons you listed. My only gripes were the San Diego scenes and the part where the daughter knocks the raptor through the window via gymnastics.

Edit: I love how this thread turned into people praising TLW. The movie gets so much unnecessary shit and is a solid film. I don't completely dislike the San Diego part of the movie, it's just that it felt like a weird transition when I originally watched the movie.

I love TLW up until the girl kicks the raptor out of the window; it's kind of a rough watch after that point for me.

I do, however, say that I like the movie overall. What is great is, if you turn the movie off before they leave the island, which really is only 15 minutes left in the film, it still feels like a fun island adventure fill.

A little trim, but overall still it's own thing. I do the same thing with Troy, once Hector goes down I turn it off and mentally leave it concluded.

That moment when someone sees a dinosaur and tells the group " I saw a giant lizzard! Technically, the audience never sees the raptor die.

It just gets impaled on a spike and is stuck. Regardless, I don't get why this detail gets so hung up on.

It's still more believable than the family's kid surviving on the island by himself for weeks in the third one. Maybe I'm bias because that movie is such a fuck you to us T-Rex fans, but I hate the third one.

It's not the believably, it's the execution. The gymnastics move was just weird and out of no where with one mention to the daughter getting cut from the team.

JP III and the kid being on the island was part of the plot, so even if it was improbable but hey, life finds a way it didn't come out of nowhere and be super cheesy.

I recently reread The Lost World and there were two kids in the book. They were both surprisingly helpful in relatively plausible ways.

The kid in the movie had no purpose at all. The movie also made Sarah Harding into a helpless moron for some reason when she was basically the hero of the book.

Still, that's a 5 second stupid scene. Compare it with say Car falling out of the tree in the first movie.

That was complete nonsense. The branches only breaking the movie allowed them to. The big ones are the gymnastics scene, the T-Rex eating everyone on the boat without explanation, a guy walking 10 feet to take a piss and getting lost, and Vince Vaughn causing the whole calamity by releasing all the captured dinosaurs.

The flaming jeep getting launched hundreds of feet in the air and landing in the tree made me roll my eyes even as a kid.

The baby T-rex mcguffin kept making a really stupid noise that was annoying to me. Personally I don't like the raptors in the tall grass scene, but I can understand why other people do like it.

Yeah, it's pretty much the only explanation. The movie never bothered to address it though. JP 1 was good because shit fell apart in relatively plausible ways.

The boat scene in JP 2 just seemed like extremely lazy writing. The boat scene made zero sense. How did all the crew die? It shows a severed hand like a dinosaur killed everyone.

A T-rex can't get you inside the ship. It's too big. And it was locked in storage anyway. Problem is there is not a single mention of any raptors being on that ship once, or how they escaped, or where they were when the ship crashed into the dock.

There would be no reason to not mention anything about this in the script. It's not a good case of just because it isn't explicitly mentioned, doesn't mean it didn't happen.

It's just coming up with ideas to fill in a plot hole. There was meant to be a scene where raptors got on board of the ship and killed everyone on board but the scene was cut.

That's why there were dead bodies in places that the T-Rex couldn't possibly reach like the bridge of the ship, for example.

Well, we did see dino's being captured during the whole movie, then assume they only take back a trex.

Really unfairly mauled by critics and audiences. I think because it had so much to live up to with the original that people were understandably disappointed.

Still a solid 3 out of 4 star movie though. As an adult my opinion of JPII dipped a lot thanks to two major realizations: A teen girl using gymnastics to kick a raptor through a building is one of the most ridiculous things ever, and the T-rex ship crew getting magically eaten is one of the biggest plot-holes I have seen in a major movie.

Still a solid movie with some great scenes in it the cliff scene is one of the best scenes in any of the movies but there is a level of ridiculousness that is jarring to me as an adult.

We say the same thing about the cliff in JP though not that it's an excuse, in both cases Spielberg failed to direct clearly.

The gymnastics is silly but I dont think it's the worst thing ever I dont think any animal would leap off that ledge so to the extent it can't grab her and pull her off the bar she should be safe..?

And then should it have predicted that she'd come flying off the bar and hit it? Maybe she's too small to knock it over? Or the raptor should have intercepted her mid-flight?

I think the rest of that sequence is really cool so I can overlook those silly ten seconds. It's the kitchen scene in JP dialled up, I fucking love it.

Well, the cliff at least can be inferred by paying attention to the background during the daylight tour. Though you wouldn't do that, if the cliff plothole wasn't a thing The raptors having eaten the crew was cut entirely.

You have no way to even guess what happened. The Lost World is def my second favorite. And that's with the gymnastic raptor kill and the absolutely ridiculous ship scene.

Don't get me started on the praise I have for the scene of Eddie's death. It is by far my favourite section of any Jurassic Park film.

The way he sacrifices himself for the others shows courage and balls of carbyne. And I get this odd satisfaction when he pushes a button and changes the gear lever in his car and it somehow makes it even more powerful.

For me, it just doesn't hold up well. Visually, I feel like it is the worst of the 4 and it looks just so incredibly 90's compared to the first one which to me makes it feel like it doesn't hold up well.

The antagonists were fine, but it was the protagonists save for Malcolm that I hated. The entire movie was Ian Malcolm going "see, I told you so!

You are right that the message is there and that is one redeeming quality for me that JP III didn't have. III is just big, dumb fun.

World is trash. The Lost World is one of those guilty pleasure movies that I can endlessly watch and really like. I have never got the dislike either.

That's actually a slight problem I had with the movie. The original had his character develop from a guy who hates kids into a father figure to Tim and Lex.

And the end had an implication that he and Sattler would probably have some kids of their own eventually. But in JP 3 he's not with Sattler and is just the same old paleontologist.

He does get along with the kid in that movie I suppose but I wish they kept him with Sattler at least.

In my head canon they're not a couple, Grant says they are because he dislikes Ian and doesn't want him taking advantage of her, but mostly they act more like colleagues who have worked together for a very long time, even when she's busting his chops about kids.

If it was a couple and one wanted kids but the other didn't, she wouldn't be teasing him about it, if anything they'd probably be having fights about it.

But in my mind they were still newly in a relationship, hence why the kids conversation isn't as heated. They're just playing with each other and figuring each other out at that point.

The lack of pretty much all mention of chaos theory and "life finds a way" and any theme of nature not being able to be contained.

The movie was just people stumbling on the island and then trying to get off, nothing about ethics in nature and all of the things that JP and JP II tried to convey.

It's almost as if the director didn't want to repeat the same theme from the previous two movies! The ending of 2 is the ultimate conclusion to the theme of man controlling nature.

T-rex pilots a ship, docks, and then murders people in America! I would have been more disappointed if 3 continued rehashing the theme from 1 and 2.

I could be a know-it-all redditor and point out that "in the novel it was raptors that killed the crew and lead to the T-Rex escaping".

However, the mental image of the T-Rex commandeering the ship is too amazing for me to ruin. And seriously, the raptors waited until the ship fucking docked to attack?

It takes just over a week to go from Costa Rica to San Diego by ship. You mean to tell me they just chilled quietly for a week and attack precisely when the ship docked?

Raptors never attack anyone on a boat in The Lost World novel. The T-Rex isn't even a huge threat in the novel and no live dinosaurs ever leave the island.

Oops, you're right. The raptors were from a deleted scene, not from the novel. The novel has something about the raptors getting on to mainland and finding a way to survive despite the fact they weren't supposed to, right?

Jurassic Park the first novel involved compies and raptors escaping by stowing away on the supply boat and briefly infesting Central America.

The Lost World novel was basically just a safari on Site B that gets fucked up by egg poachers.

Dead dinos wash up on the beach in the second book and the characters gradually solve the mystery surrounding that, but no live dinos escape in The Lost World.

It has been a while but in the film I can't recall it. Which is why in the movie it's a complete fuck-up. Remember the severed arm that was still holding the wheel of the ship?

Makes no sense in the movie because they lead you to believe that the T-Rex somehow escaped and killed everyone.

It had to right? I can forgive some other stuff but the captain's hands is so goofy. I think so.

In the novel the raptors were a huge deal much like in JP1 and JP4 , meanwhile in the Lost World movie the raptors were almost completely eliminated.

They basically only exist to give a climactic battle at the end of the Island plotline. When they were cutting the raptor subplots they probably axed that too which lead to a big plot hole.

I see your point, but the fact that they included Dr. Grant seems to me like a waste if they aren't going to have that part of the plot.

All he did was say, "This isn't a good idea. Grant so it would have seemed more like a departure from the first two. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the movie for what it was, but out of all 4 movies it was the only one that didn't talk about life.

Looking back, I do wish III had left a little more room for another direct sequel instead of JW, which was also fun by having a little more depth to the plot.

I'm glad he was back because he's a great actor, he did a great job with the character in the original so you have a good idea of what is going on with him the moment he is on screen.

It's an entertaining movie but none of them are even close to the original. Not even the same ballpark. I'd prefer they just not make anymore.

My biggest grips comes with the kid. He survives the island for what, 2 weeks very capably. Hell, he barely needed Grant.

But Grant does find him and they have a great back and forth catching up my favorite part of the movie. At this point I'm wondering what things the kid is going to come up with top help them out of a jam.

But nope! He gets troped immediately and taken by pterodactyls. All of his skills disappear instantly. Now that he's a party member all of his stats drop to lvl1 with no learned magic.

It irritates me. So a nod to an awesome thing and then immediately make it lame? Who knows what they are thinking. I think it was awful in the book too.

He was a scientist that survived on the island for a week? And his guide had died on the first day.

He also was researching t rexes and knew that velociraptors where in the area that he was. That bothered me while reading the book, now I think the film would bother me too if I saw it now.

I was never able to forgive JP3 for the Spinosaurus, which I believe was some paleontologist's favourite dinosaur and he was a proponent of the theory that the T.

Rex was a scavenger, thus making T. Rex lose the fight. I never liked that. It also felt like an arrogant middle finger towards the first two films and towards Spielberg himself.

I enjoyed Jurassic World more, but I have only seen it once, and I think in some ways I liked the film because it can be considered a piece of emotional blackmail for people like me who were kids when they saw JP:.

I was still sort of a huge dinosaur junkie as a kid, and JP3 co-released with a lot of new info about the Moroccan dinosaur digs and Spinosaurus in particular.

Namely, a great big toss of a dinosaur but with long jaws adapted for snaring. In the other corner, T Rex is now 'rewritten' by paleontologists to be something of a scavenger, but with the bone-crushing jaw of a hyena made large.

So how does the fight go down? T Rex gets the first major bite, right on the neck. Spinosaurus shakes free, and ultimately breaks her opponents neck!

It's such a nerdy nit-pick, yet I remember it as perhaps the largest problem I had with JP3. T-Rex got the first bite, around the neck no less, and didn't use incredible bite force to end it?

Insult to injury, Spinosaurus does so with her tie-up a few moments later. Phew, still gets me worked up. I take comfort in the fact that nowadays we know far more about spinosaurus and t-rex to know that this fight would completely go in the T-Rex's favor.

Especially since now we know that Spino was a quadraped, primarily ate fish, and was basically an aquatic dinosaur akin to a croc.

While T-Rex on the other hand has for the most part been decided by the majority of experts to be an apex predator that would occasionally scavange.

I was in Japan a couple months ago and visited their natural history museum in Tokyo; they had a special display going on with Spinosaurus and T-Rex skeletons in the same hall.

Though I only understood a little of the signage, the view was a treat :. JP3 is easily the worst of the franchise IMO.

I love seeing Grant again but other than that it's a weak film that comes off, like you said, as a horror movie more than a Jurassic Park film.

That opening boat sequence alone just comes off as cheap and lazy. Spielberg stated that among his goals with the original film was to make you realize that these are animals.

The way that the characters interact with the dinos shows that they are not simply bloodthirsty killing machines, but they are definitely not supposed to be part of our time.

We see the herds, we see the flocking, we see their instincts. Jurassic Park 2 continues this until they do the dumb monster movie ending.

Jurassic Park 3 also attempts to continue this trend with the raptors by making them even smarter and more dangerous.

But they absolutely fuck up with the Spinosaurus. This beast has been roaming free for years on an island with giant meals walking around but for some reason it's obsessed with killing this tiny group of humans.

Here's the worst example. Other factors like mostly annoying characters beyond Grant, a stupid talking raptor dream sequence, and the whole movie being a cliche-ridden sequence of shallow action scenes really take this one down a few notches.

I mean the movie isn't really telling a story the family feels subplot worthy at best , it's just an excuse to have people run from dinosaurs.

And that's fine and all, I can still turn my brain off and enjoy the movie for what it is, but it's not gonna get a good ranking among other films that at least seemed to be TRYING.

For the record, I feel like Jurassic World was just as dumb but it was more fun because they made it bigger.

They put effort into making it a larger and more worthy story. The movie had many issues but it seemed worth the shot they took.

Jurassic Park 2, additionally, has its issues but has better constructed action with bigger stakes.

It actually does build on the story that began in the first film and presents the situation in a completely unique manner compared to 3 or JW.

All of this plus JP3 was just not put together as well as either of the other three movies. Before JW premiered I watched the three existing movies back to back.

I had seen JP3 only once years before, because I though the plot was boring and stupid. As I watched it i realized that it also has such ridiculously worse dialog, camera work, set design, CG etc.

I was amazed that Spielberg made such a half-assed piece of mediocrity. Then the credits didn't even include him, which solved that mystery I have a lot of problems with JP3.

Mainly I just hated the Kirbys; nevermind that they were unsympathetic characters who got several people gruesomely killed by lying, they were just fucking annoying.

JP1 is made great by its clever script, interesting characters and witty dialogue along with the special effects and all the other things people love about JP1.

The plot of JP3 is just an excuse to get back to the island to see more dinosaurs. No one of any significance dies, nothing actually happens.

Even the action set pieces, which some other people here have praised, fall really short to me. The giant action sequences of JP1 are made great by the lesser, more tense ones like the raptors in the kitchen, the horde of gallimimus that the rex is hunting, the dilophosaurus attack on Nedry.

It's hard to compare JP2, 3 and World for me because I kind of hold them all in the same spot and can't rank one over the other.

They're just pale and distorted reflections of the only great JP film. That said none of them are truly awful movies and are very watchable - sort of like comparing the SW prequels to Empire IMO.

I would mostly agree with you that JP3 seems like an action movie for the sake of the action. However, what I did appreciate about it is that many of the scenes and concepts were borrowed directly from both of Michael Crichton's books Jurassic Park and The Lost World.

The bird cage and the river boat are both chapters in the first book, and the fleshed-out explanation of the sheer intelligence and pack mentality of the raptors is a major theme in both books, particularly in the second.

I enjoyed getting to see all of that brought to life. I can definitely appreciate how cool it is seeing something you read being brought to life.

Felt that way about Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings. I would've appreciated it though if the concepts from the JP book were expounded on in a meaningful way to explore the larger themes of the story, rather than just serve as a vehicle for big, dumb action sequences.

I was never a big fan of JP3. The very first thing I'll get out of the way is that as a kid, the T-Rex was always my favorite dinosaur.

People would talk up the Raptors, but there was nothing more awesome to me than seeing both the T-Rex in The Lost World on screen at the same time.

I didn't watch it again until I was an adult. As you touched on, not having some sort of 'human' or 'smart' threat sort of weakened the movie.

Unlike all the other Jurassic Park movies, there wasn't some form of human maliciousness in the film to provide a face to an antagonist.

II actually had a fantastic antagonist, in my mind, in that it had both a sympathetic antagonist in Roland, who was really just after the rush of the biggest hunt possible, and an unsympathetic antagonist in Peter, who wanted to succeed where Hammond failed and nothing else mattered.

The way the two of them played off eachother had a satisfying feel to the narrative, for me. Having just one real persistent Dinosaur, which just keeps showing up randomly doesn't make up for that.

But with III it was, as you said, just a couple people trying to get off an island, which can be compelling, but I couldn't find even half a reason to care about any of the cast members besides Alan Grant.

I didn't care about Billy. So I didn't feel any real stakes for any characters beyond Grant. I really enjoy, as an adult, the context of their relationship in the first film.

They're together, but at a point where their desires for the future might threaten that. Throughout the early part of the film, Ellie is pushing the kids on Alan specifically so that she can get an answer about whether or not they have a future together.

And at the end of the film, she has it. Alan found a fondness for children, a soft spot. He took on the role of surrogate father and protector to Lex and Tim and even when they were safe, he held them both in his arms as they left the island behind.

Then III just kind of tosses that out. The ending is completely stillborn. There's an argument to be made that the ending to the first film was a little weird too, what with Rexy just showing up inside the visitor's center.

But the ending to III is just downright weird. Ellie's got some marines storming the beach and surprise, Billy is still alive, here's your hat!

The Spinosaurus, after spending the entire movie being a pain in everyone's ass just kind of runs off.

It doesn't have the same emotional weight that any of the other films have. The ending to the first film is timeless, and TLW's ending is beautiful too, showing that there is some part of the world where Dinosaurs are, and will be, left alone, to live their lives.

Seeing all the dinosaurs at the same time was a wonderful moment. Seeing an estranged family come together over combined worry over their small family, then panning out and seeing just how many people were effected by the tragedy gave it way more oomph.

And, like you said, there are a -lot- of dumb moments in this film. Now, Jurassic Park isn't a stranger to dumb moments. Using gum to help do baby T-Rex surgery and spinning gymnastic kicks taking out raptors in TLW which is a pity, because the raptors in the tall grass was legit one of the best raptor moments in the franchise, imo.

The kids being able to steer their hamster ball despite a recall supposed to be going into effect in JW. All dumb moments that don't make sense.

I can buy a teenage girl's bulk slamming into a raptor and knocking it over a ledge. It's dumb, but that seems like something that could conceivably happen.

I'd fall over if 90 pounds of spinning black child slammed into my upper chest too. But you mean to tell me this little shit got right up behind the most deadly predator in the history of the planet and held a goddamn jar under it's skirt and collected a jar of pee?

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A real gamechanger by Simon Crust May 22, Review Specs Discussion Jurassic Park is quite the ride. The story is crafted to build the tension in layers, without ever seeming forced or going over the top.

The action is tense, the emotion is palpable, the entertainment is high and most of all the enjoyment is huge.

It is a near perfect combination of story, visuals and sound, it is little wonder there have been accolades heaped on it and people still continue to do so; indeed it just keeps being remade as there is little to improve!

Jurassic Park was shot using Panavision Panaflex Platinum cameras on 35mm film, and has been recently scanned to a 4K DI, with the obvious caveat that the effects are always going to be limited, and it is this that has been used here for the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray.

The disc presents a native x p resolution image in the widescreen 1. The new resolution does bring out a little more to see.

Jurassic Park has always had a stonking sound track, its early laser disc DTS track was astonishing. The layering, the bass and the volume is simply expert.

Bass is simply immense; when the Tyrannosaur approaches it is subterranean, but throughout there are many LF effects that add impact to the track.

The score makes full use of all the speakers, while dialogue remains clean and precise and is never lost in the mix.

A blistering track! There are no extras on the UHD disc; the included Blu-ray houses everything, all of which has been available before.

Jurassic Park 4K Blu-ray Verdict. Upon its release in , Jurassic Park was a game changer, and heralded a new way to produce visual effects, an industry that cinema now relies upon.

Spielberg, however, knows how to use them, and keeps the story, emotion and character at the front of the piece and allows the effects to enhance the narrative.

A winning combination that won accolades and still holds up today.

I don't completely dislike the San Diego part of the movie, it's just that it felt like a weird transition when I originally watched the movie.

I love TLW up until the girl kicks the raptor out of the window; it's kind of a rough watch after that point for me.

I do, however, say that I like the movie overall. What is great is, if you turn the movie off before they leave the island, which really is only 15 minutes left in the film, it still feels like a fun island adventure fill.

A little trim, but overall still it's own thing. I do the same thing with Troy, once Hector goes down I turn it off and mentally leave it concluded.

That moment when someone sees a dinosaur and tells the group " I saw a giant lizzard! Technically, the audience never sees the raptor die.

It just gets impaled on a spike and is stuck. Regardless, I don't get why this detail gets so hung up on.

It's still more believable than the family's kid surviving on the island by himself for weeks in the third one. Maybe I'm bias because that movie is such a fuck you to us T-Rex fans, but I hate the third one.

It's not the believably, it's the execution. The gymnastics move was just weird and out of no where with one mention to the daughter getting cut from the team.

JP III and the kid being on the island was part of the plot, so even if it was improbable but hey, life finds a way it didn't come out of nowhere and be super cheesy.

I recently reread The Lost World and there were two kids in the book. They were both surprisingly helpful in relatively plausible ways.

The kid in the movie had no purpose at all. The movie also made Sarah Harding into a helpless moron for some reason when she was basically the hero of the book.

Still, that's a 5 second stupid scene. Compare it with say Car falling out of the tree in the first movie. That was complete nonsense.

The branches only breaking the movie allowed them to. The big ones are the gymnastics scene, the T-Rex eating everyone on the boat without explanation, a guy walking 10 feet to take a piss and getting lost, and Vince Vaughn causing the whole calamity by releasing all the captured dinosaurs.

The flaming jeep getting launched hundreds of feet in the air and landing in the tree made me roll my eyes even as a kid.

The baby T-rex mcguffin kept making a really stupid noise that was annoying to me. Personally I don't like the raptors in the tall grass scene, but I can understand why other people do like it.

Yeah, it's pretty much the only explanation. The movie never bothered to address it though. JP 1 was good because shit fell apart in relatively plausible ways.

The boat scene in JP 2 just seemed like extremely lazy writing. The boat scene made zero sense. How did all the crew die?

It shows a severed hand like a dinosaur killed everyone. A T-rex can't get you inside the ship. It's too big.

And it was locked in storage anyway. Problem is there is not a single mention of any raptors being on that ship once, or how they escaped, or where they were when the ship crashed into the dock.

There would be no reason to not mention anything about this in the script. It's not a good case of just because it isn't explicitly mentioned, doesn't mean it didn't happen.

It's just coming up with ideas to fill in a plot hole. There was meant to be a scene where raptors got on board of the ship and killed everyone on board but the scene was cut.

That's why there were dead bodies in places that the T-Rex couldn't possibly reach like the bridge of the ship, for example.

Well, we did see dino's being captured during the whole movie, then assume they only take back a trex.

Really unfairly mauled by critics and audiences. I think because it had so much to live up to with the original that people were understandably disappointed.

Still a solid 3 out of 4 star movie though. As an adult my opinion of JPII dipped a lot thanks to two major realizations: A teen girl using gymnastics to kick a raptor through a building is one of the most ridiculous things ever, and the T-rex ship crew getting magically eaten is one of the biggest plot-holes I have seen in a major movie.

Still a solid movie with some great scenes in it the cliff scene is one of the best scenes in any of the movies but there is a level of ridiculousness that is jarring to me as an adult.

We say the same thing about the cliff in JP though not that it's an excuse, in both cases Spielberg failed to direct clearly. The gymnastics is silly but I dont think it's the worst thing ever I dont think any animal would leap off that ledge so to the extent it can't grab her and pull her off the bar she should be safe..?

And then should it have predicted that she'd come flying off the bar and hit it? Maybe she's too small to knock it over? Or the raptor should have intercepted her mid-flight?

I think the rest of that sequence is really cool so I can overlook those silly ten seconds. It's the kitchen scene in JP dialled up, I fucking love it.

Well, the cliff at least can be inferred by paying attention to the background during the daylight tour. Though you wouldn't do that, if the cliff plothole wasn't a thing The raptors having eaten the crew was cut entirely.

You have no way to even guess what happened. The Lost World is def my second favorite. And that's with the gymnastic raptor kill and the absolutely ridiculous ship scene.

Don't get me started on the praise I have for the scene of Eddie's death. It is by far my favourite section of any Jurassic Park film.

The way he sacrifices himself for the others shows courage and balls of carbyne. And I get this odd satisfaction when he pushes a button and changes the gear lever in his car and it somehow makes it even more powerful.

For me, it just doesn't hold up well. Visually, I feel like it is the worst of the 4 and it looks just so incredibly 90's compared to the first one which to me makes it feel like it doesn't hold up well.

The antagonists were fine, but it was the protagonists save for Malcolm that I hated. The entire movie was Ian Malcolm going "see, I told you so!

You are right that the message is there and that is one redeeming quality for me that JP III didn't have. III is just big, dumb fun. World is trash.

The Lost World is one of those guilty pleasure movies that I can endlessly watch and really like.

I have never got the dislike either. That's actually a slight problem I had with the movie. The original had his character develop from a guy who hates kids into a father figure to Tim and Lex.

And the end had an implication that he and Sattler would probably have some kids of their own eventually.

But in JP 3 he's not with Sattler and is just the same old paleontologist. He does get along with the kid in that movie I suppose but I wish they kept him with Sattler at least.

In my head canon they're not a couple, Grant says they are because he dislikes Ian and doesn't want him taking advantage of her, but mostly they act more like colleagues who have worked together for a very long time, even when she's busting his chops about kids.

If it was a couple and one wanted kids but the other didn't, she wouldn't be teasing him about it, if anything they'd probably be having fights about it.

But in my mind they were still newly in a relationship, hence why the kids conversation isn't as heated. They're just playing with each other and figuring each other out at that point.

The lack of pretty much all mention of chaos theory and "life finds a way" and any theme of nature not being able to be contained.

The movie was just people stumbling on the island and then trying to get off, nothing about ethics in nature and all of the things that JP and JP II tried to convey.

It's almost as if the director didn't want to repeat the same theme from the previous two movies! The ending of 2 is the ultimate conclusion to the theme of man controlling nature.

T-rex pilots a ship, docks, and then murders people in America! I would have been more disappointed if 3 continued rehashing the theme from 1 and 2.

I could be a know-it-all redditor and point out that "in the novel it was raptors that killed the crew and lead to the T-Rex escaping".

However, the mental image of the T-Rex commandeering the ship is too amazing for me to ruin. And seriously, the raptors waited until the ship fucking docked to attack?

It takes just over a week to go from Costa Rica to San Diego by ship. You mean to tell me they just chilled quietly for a week and attack precisely when the ship docked?

Raptors never attack anyone on a boat in The Lost World novel. The T-Rex isn't even a huge threat in the novel and no live dinosaurs ever leave the island.

Oops, you're right. The raptors were from a deleted scene, not from the novel. The novel has something about the raptors getting on to mainland and finding a way to survive despite the fact they weren't supposed to, right?

Jurassic Park the first novel involved compies and raptors escaping by stowing away on the supply boat and briefly infesting Central America.

The Lost World novel was basically just a safari on Site B that gets fucked up by egg poachers. Dead dinos wash up on the beach in the second book and the characters gradually solve the mystery surrounding that, but no live dinos escape in The Lost World.

It has been a while but in the film I can't recall it. Which is why in the movie it's a complete fuck-up. Remember the severed arm that was still holding the wheel of the ship?

Makes no sense in the movie because they lead you to believe that the T-Rex somehow escaped and killed everyone.

It had to right? I can forgive some other stuff but the captain's hands is so goofy. I think so.

In the novel the raptors were a huge deal much like in JP1 and JP4 , meanwhile in the Lost World movie the raptors were almost completely eliminated.

They basically only exist to give a climactic battle at the end of the Island plotline. When they were cutting the raptor subplots they probably axed that too which lead to a big plot hole.

I see your point, but the fact that they included Dr. Grant seems to me like a waste if they aren't going to have that part of the plot.

All he did was say, "This isn't a good idea. Grant so it would have seemed more like a departure from the first two.

Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the movie for what it was, but out of all 4 movies it was the only one that didn't talk about life. Looking back, I do wish III had left a little more room for another direct sequel instead of JW, which was also fun by having a little more depth to the plot.

I'm glad he was back because he's a great actor, he did a great job with the character in the original so you have a good idea of what is going on with him the moment he is on screen.

It's an entertaining movie but none of them are even close to the original. Not even the same ballpark. I'd prefer they just not make anymore.

My biggest grips comes with the kid. He survives the island for what, 2 weeks very capably. Hell, he barely needed Grant.

But Grant does find him and they have a great back and forth catching up my favorite part of the movie. At this point I'm wondering what things the kid is going to come up with top help them out of a jam.

But nope! He gets troped immediately and taken by pterodactyls. All of his skills disappear instantly. Now that he's a party member all of his stats drop to lvl1 with no learned magic.

It irritates me. So a nod to an awesome thing and then immediately make it lame? Who knows what they are thinking.

I think it was awful in the book too. He was a scientist that survived on the island for a week?

And his guide had died on the first day. He also was researching t rexes and knew that velociraptors where in the area that he was. That bothered me while reading the book, now I think the film would bother me too if I saw it now.

I was never able to forgive JP3 for the Spinosaurus, which I believe was some paleontologist's favourite dinosaur and he was a proponent of the theory that the T.

Rex was a scavenger, thus making T. Rex lose the fight. I never liked that. It also felt like an arrogant middle finger towards the first two films and towards Spielberg himself.

I enjoyed Jurassic World more, but I have only seen it once, and I think in some ways I liked the film because it can be considered a piece of emotional blackmail for people like me who were kids when they saw JP:.

I was still sort of a huge dinosaur junkie as a kid, and JP3 co-released with a lot of new info about the Moroccan dinosaur digs and Spinosaurus in particular.

Namely, a great big toss of a dinosaur but with long jaws adapted for snaring. In the other corner, T Rex is now 'rewritten' by paleontologists to be something of a scavenger, but with the bone-crushing jaw of a hyena made large.

So how does the fight go down? T Rex gets the first major bite, right on the neck. Spinosaurus shakes free, and ultimately breaks her opponents neck!

It's such a nerdy nit-pick, yet I remember it as perhaps the largest problem I had with JP3. T-Rex got the first bite, around the neck no less, and didn't use incredible bite force to end it?

Insult to injury, Spinosaurus does so with her tie-up a few moments later. Phew, still gets me worked up. I take comfort in the fact that nowadays we know far more about spinosaurus and t-rex to know that this fight would completely go in the T-Rex's favor.

Especially since now we know that Spino was a quadraped, primarily ate fish, and was basically an aquatic dinosaur akin to a croc.

While T-Rex on the other hand has for the most part been decided by the majority of experts to be an apex predator that would occasionally scavange.

I was in Japan a couple months ago and visited their natural history museum in Tokyo; they had a special display going on with Spinosaurus and T-Rex skeletons in the same hall.

Though I only understood a little of the signage, the view was a treat :. JP3 is easily the worst of the franchise IMO.

I love seeing Grant again but other than that it's a weak film that comes off, like you said, as a horror movie more than a Jurassic Park film.

That opening boat sequence alone just comes off as cheap and lazy. Spielberg stated that among his goals with the original film was to make you realize that these are animals.

The way that the characters interact with the dinos shows that they are not simply bloodthirsty killing machines, but they are definitely not supposed to be part of our time.

We see the herds, we see the flocking, we see their instincts. Jurassic Park 2 continues this until they do the dumb monster movie ending.

Jurassic Park 3 also attempts to continue this trend with the raptors by making them even smarter and more dangerous. But they absolutely fuck up with the Spinosaurus.

This beast has been roaming free for years on an island with giant meals walking around but for some reason it's obsessed with killing this tiny group of humans.

Here's the worst example. Other factors like mostly annoying characters beyond Grant, a stupid talking raptor dream sequence, and the whole movie being a cliche-ridden sequence of shallow action scenes really take this one down a few notches.

I mean the movie isn't really telling a story the family feels subplot worthy at best , it's just an excuse to have people run from dinosaurs.

And that's fine and all, I can still turn my brain off and enjoy the movie for what it is, but it's not gonna get a good ranking among other films that at least seemed to be TRYING.

For the record, I feel like Jurassic World was just as dumb but it was more fun because they made it bigger. They put effort into making it a larger and more worthy story.

The movie had many issues but it seemed worth the shot they took. Jurassic Park 2, additionally, has its issues but has better constructed action with bigger stakes.

It actually does build on the story that began in the first film and presents the situation in a completely unique manner compared to 3 or JW.

All of this plus JP3 was just not put together as well as either of the other three movies. Before JW premiered I watched the three existing movies back to back.

I had seen JP3 only once years before, because I though the plot was boring and stupid. As I watched it i realized that it also has such ridiculously worse dialog, camera work, set design, CG etc.

I was amazed that Spielberg made such a half-assed piece of mediocrity. Then the credits didn't even include him, which solved that mystery I have a lot of problems with JP3.

Mainly I just hated the Kirbys; nevermind that they were unsympathetic characters who got several people gruesomely killed by lying, they were just fucking annoying.

JP1 is made great by its clever script, interesting characters and witty dialogue along with the special effects and all the other things people love about JP1.

The plot of JP3 is just an excuse to get back to the island to see more dinosaurs. No one of any significance dies, nothing actually happens.

Even the action set pieces, which some other people here have praised, fall really short to me. The giant action sequences of JP1 are made great by the lesser, more tense ones like the raptors in the kitchen, the horde of gallimimus that the rex is hunting, the dilophosaurus attack on Nedry.

It's hard to compare JP2, 3 and World for me because I kind of hold them all in the same spot and can't rank one over the other. They're just pale and distorted reflections of the only great JP film.

That said none of them are truly awful movies and are very watchable - sort of like comparing the SW prequels to Empire IMO.

I would mostly agree with you that JP3 seems like an action movie for the sake of the action. However, what I did appreciate about it is that many of the scenes and concepts were borrowed directly from both of Michael Crichton's books Jurassic Park and The Lost World.

The bird cage and the river boat are both chapters in the first book, and the fleshed-out explanation of the sheer intelligence and pack mentality of the raptors is a major theme in both books, particularly in the second.

I enjoyed getting to see all of that brought to life. I can definitely appreciate how cool it is seeing something you read being brought to life.

Felt that way about Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings. I would've appreciated it though if the concepts from the JP book were expounded on in a meaningful way to explore the larger themes of the story, rather than just serve as a vehicle for big, dumb action sequences.

I was never a big fan of JP3. The very first thing I'll get out of the way is that as a kid, the T-Rex was always my favorite dinosaur.

People would talk up the Raptors, but there was nothing more awesome to me than seeing both the T-Rex in The Lost World on screen at the same time.

I didn't watch it again until I was an adult. As you touched on, not having some sort of 'human' or 'smart' threat sort of weakened the movie.

Unlike all the other Jurassic Park movies, there wasn't some form of human maliciousness in the film to provide a face to an antagonist.

II actually had a fantastic antagonist, in my mind, in that it had both a sympathetic antagonist in Roland, who was really just after the rush of the biggest hunt possible, and an unsympathetic antagonist in Peter, who wanted to succeed where Hammond failed and nothing else mattered.

The way the two of them played off eachother had a satisfying feel to the narrative, for me. Having just one real persistent Dinosaur, which just keeps showing up randomly doesn't make up for that.

But with III it was, as you said, just a couple people trying to get off an island, which can be compelling, but I couldn't find even half a reason to care about any of the cast members besides Alan Grant.

I didn't care about Billy. So I didn't feel any real stakes for any characters beyond Grant. I really enjoy, as an adult, the context of their relationship in the first film.

They're together, but at a point where their desires for the future might threaten that. Throughout the early part of the film, Ellie is pushing the kids on Alan specifically so that she can get an answer about whether or not they have a future together.

And at the end of the film, she has it. Alan found a fondness for children, a soft spot. He took on the role of surrogate father and protector to Lex and Tim and even when they were safe, he held them both in his arms as they left the island behind.

Then III just kind of tosses that out. The ending is completely stillborn. There's an argument to be made that the ending to the first film was a little weird too, what with Rexy just showing up inside the visitor's center.

But the ending to III is just downright weird. Ellie's got some marines storming the beach and surprise, Billy is still alive, here's your hat!

The Spinosaurus, after spending the entire movie being a pain in everyone's ass just kind of runs off. It doesn't have the same emotional weight that any of the other films have.

The ending to the first film is timeless, and TLW's ending is beautiful too, showing that there is some part of the world where Dinosaurs are, and will be, left alone, to live their lives.

Seeing all the dinosaurs at the same time was a wonderful moment. Seeing an estranged family come together over combined worry over their small family, then panning out and seeing just how many people were effected by the tragedy gave it way more oomph.

And, like you said, there are a -lot- of dumb moments in this film. Now, Jurassic Park isn't a stranger to dumb moments.

Using gum to help do baby T-Rex surgery and spinning gymnastic kicks taking out raptors in TLW which is a pity, because the raptors in the tall grass was legit one of the best raptor moments in the franchise, imo.

The kids being able to steer their hamster ball despite a recall supposed to be going into effect in JW. All dumb moments that don't make sense.

I can buy a teenage girl's bulk slamming into a raptor and knocking it over a ledge. It's dumb, but that seems like something that could conceivably happen.

I'd fall over if 90 pounds of spinning black child slammed into my upper chest too. But you mean to tell me this little shit got right up behind the most deadly predator in the history of the planet and held a goddamn jar under it's skirt and collected a jar of pee?

Fuck no. Anyways, that's my ramble. It's my least favorite in the franchise for the above reasons.

Not a terrible movie, but not great. It lost me as a kid because the T-Rex is Best-Rex and lost me as an adult because it disregarded some story elements from the prior movies that I enjoyed.

Fuck Jack Horner and fuck the Spinosaurus though. TLW made me love that little baby Rex and it's annoying ass cry and then you kill it.

Hey, I loved it. The movie felt like a roller-coaster ride, as fast as it went from one thing to the other!

It may not have been the smartest movie, but it was entertaining. It may have felt different than the previous two movies, but that's no reason for me not to like it; after all, the other movies still exist.

I liked it better than 2, and never really compared it to 1 because to me the movies fit in separate niches. I remember being so disappointed by Jurassic Park 3 when I saw it in theaters.

It ended so abruptly around the 1hr 30min mark JP1 and JP2 were over 2hrs long with a lazy deus ex machina Marines amphibious landing saves the day!

The plot also had very little depth as compared to JP1 and JP2. I did applaud the return of Sam Neil though. It has a 90 minute run time and is essentially a bunch of set pieces stuck together.

The movie ends all too abruptly, there was a larger set piece planned but they opted out and just had the military turning up.

All other JP movies have ended magnificently. The lack of Spielberg's touch is palpable throughout and the movie just doesn't have any soul or magic.

The whole movie just feels cheap and entirely shot within one soundstage in which a jungle was erected. The scenes are shot mostly in broad daylight which makes all the CG shots standout like a sore thumb.

There is no sense of danger or risk. Nobody dies in this movie apart from three mercenaries and a douchey boyfriend. The Spinosaur is the big attempt to up the ante of the movie.

New millennium, new monster. The spinosaur is the generic ideals of sequel building turned flesh. It's bigger, dumber, and has more teeth and obviously completely wastes the T-Rex.

Of course they needed to change it up after the T-Rex, which reached it's natural conclusion when it rampaged through San Diego in TLW but to kill the beloved king of the dinosaurs so unceremoniously as happens in JPIII is unforgivable.

Jurassic Park was a movie told through the wide eyed wonder perspective of Alan Grant. The Lost World was told through the more colder cynical perspective of Malcolm.

Grant's story was supposed to have ended with JP. Potentially the biggest 'twist' of JPIII's story is that we learn that Grant and Ellie never did end up getting together which was heavily implied in the first movie.

As Grant escaped the island having learned to appreciate kids, there's that knowing look between him and Ellie, and he gazes out to sea at a flock of birds.

Life finds a way. The helicopter flies off into the sunset. But in the start of JPIII, Ellie is married with a kid and is obviously doing well for herself writing books about palaeontology.

Grant on the other hand has regressed - doing the same thing he was doing at the start of JP only this time - no Ellie. Hammond's funding has long since lapsed and because of his experiences on Isla Nublar, he now hates dinosaurs to some degree.

He's a sad old man. Life hasn't found a way, it's passed him by completely. Lo and behold, he gets back on the island and suddenly feels himself drawn to the raptors.

You get the feeling that at some point Grant may have had an opportunity with Ellie but communication failed him and now she has her nuclear family but urges Grant to remain in contact and ask for help when he needs it.

It's actually quite a slowly powerful plot. I mean, this is a film about dinosaurs chasing down humans and eating them. Grant's 'arc' is he literally has to phone Ellie for help and open himself up more and not be afraid to ask for help.

This is why the whole movie builds up to him contacting Ellie who then gets them rescued. Then, when faced against the raptor pack he crosses the threshold and actually manages to save his party by communicating with the raptors after he's given back their eggs.

This is literally the subplot of the movie. If JPIII had a saving grace it would be that this movie was a creature feature, and basically allowed Stan Winston and Phil Tippet to have some fun making all the dinosaurs.

The way the raptors look and act in this film is amazing. There's all the little interactions between them which make them feel like fleshed out characters.

In one shot, one of the males gets uppity and approaches the humans, and then the female raptors whips her head to the side and growls telling him to back down.

It's a better performance than any of the human actors give. Four I didn't like at all, mostly because I didn't find any of the characters likable.

Which is surprising, since I'm a big fan of nearly all the actors present in this movie, but the script made them all unlikable.

Part of that is because I liked how the male raptors looked but the raptors in JW also looked slightly off to me for some reason.

Maybe because they were CGI in bright sunlight in the very first scene. The biggest flaw for me with regards to 2 is how completely different it was from the book in a bad way.

The original Jurassic Park was good not only because of the effects but because it held true to the book in both theme and story, 2 really did not and I hated it for it.

Jurassic World I didn't hate as much as I thought I would, but that's a low bar. Objectively it was a pretty dumb movie but the inner 12 year old in me still loves dinosaurs.

To me JP2 was doing too much much like JW. Too many characters, too many set pieces, too many situations with too many close calls.

JP and JP3 were simpler. JP is obviously the best, but JP3 is really fun and didn't try too hard. That's a flaw to some, but it's the best similarity it had with JP.

It didn't keep going like JP2 and JW. JP3 is full of flaws but I enjoy it for two reasons. One is that Alan Grant was always my favorite JP character.

Malcolm was fun but he didn't act like Malcolm in Lost World. The second reason is the Spinosaurus.

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The score makes full use of all the speakers, while dialogue remains clean and precise and is never lost in the mix. A blistering track!

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