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Old 11-25-2014   #11
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So far, I'm looking forward to Jurassic World.
I got really excited with the trailer released. I hope that there is some voice acting in the movie. The biggest thing I'm excited for is the Liopleurodon that was eating the shark in the trailer.
It's definitely nice to see some aquatic beasties. But it looks more like a mosasaur than a Liopleurodon.

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Just saw the trailer. I'm looking forward to it.

Hopefully the T-Rex doesn't get screwed over again by this new hybrid super predator... (D-Rex?)

There's a good chance T-Rex saves the day and pays homage to the first film

That might be kind of predictable so maybe the trained Raptor pack takes down the hybrid instead (could be a cool action sequence)
I can't remember exactly, but I feel like we've had this conversation before, Jackson, so forgive me if this is re-treading.

I feel like after the "backlash" from the "fanbase" (quotes are totally on purpose. Dinosaur fans are tame sauce compared to a fanbase like Transformers or Marvel or voice-acting) - they won't make that same mistake again. NO way there'll be a Rex vs. New Predator fight with the Rex losing. But I also doubt there'll be a confrontation where he wins. Worst case scenario is that there's no confrontation and Rexy just kind of does his own thing in the movie. Gets his own scene(s), but won't have to butt heads with anything else for screentime. He'll just kind of 'be there'. Again, worst case scenario.

Best case scenario is that the Rex is the star attraction of the park and gets plenty of scenes and focus.
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Old 11-25-2014   #12
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Yeah we talked about it in the JP3 thread.

Common sense says they won't make the same mistake twice but there's also that desire people (mostly writers) have to strengthen their ideas and new characters at the expense of old ones.

T-Rex is big and strong and caused mayhem in 2/3 films. So let's bring in an even bigger dino in and kill it off. Then people will take this new threat WAY MORE seriously.

Though to be fair it happens all the time in plenty of TV shows, films and books.

e.g. Dragon Ball Z

Vegeta debut. He nearly clobbers everybody, heroes barely manage to win.

Every new villain after can KO Vegeta.

Vegeta become a recurring punching bag to prove the strength of all new enemies... (and once in a while gets a nice moment to shine)


Kind of sucks if you're a fan of the character getting defeated often.
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I love the use of the main theme in it. So dramatic, and they're not using it cause it's Jurassic Park, it's creatively done.
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Old 11-26-2014   #14
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I hope that Jurassic World helps boosts Colin Trevorrow's directing career. Did you know I was surprised when I found out Jurassic Park 3 was directed by the same person who directed Honey I Shrunk The Kids and Jumanji.
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I don't care what people say. Chris Pratt hunting down Mutant-Dino (Mino for short) with pack of velociraptors as his bloodhounds is goddam awesome.

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When that mosasaur came out of the water to eat that shark, I think I fell in love with the movie.
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I don't care what people say. Chris Pratt hunting down Mutant-Dino (Mino for short) with pack of velociraptors as his bloodhounds is goddam awesome.
Agreed.

My big fear, though (and I've already seen a few complaints about it) is that people will twist that scene into "Chris Pratt and his "pet" Velociraptors". You know, diminishing the concept of a "Velociraptor behavioural specialist/trainer and his pack of trained Velociraptors" into "they've neutered the ferocity of the dinosaurs so that they're just silly pets".
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Best case scenario is that the Rex is the star attraction of the park and gets plenty of scenes and focus.
This will be the last time I'll complain about JP3 fight.

Whenever I want to see what should've happened I just watch this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcudL7t6oDk

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My big fear, though (and I've already seen a few complaints about it) is that people will twist that scene into "Chris Pratt and his "pet" Velociraptors". You know, diminishing the concept of a "Velociraptor behavioural specialist/trainer and his pack of trained Velociraptors" into "they've neutered the ferocity of the dinosaurs so that they're just silly pets".
I doubt they're completely tame. It's very likely that they just see Owen (Pratt's character) as the alpha leader. If the hybrid D-Rex is really that intelligent a possible conflict might be turning the trained raptors against their "leader"

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This will be the last time I'll complain about JP3 fight.

Whenever I want to see what should've happened I just watch this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcudL7t6oDk
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I doubt they're completely tame. It's very likely that they just see Owen (Pratt's character) as the alpha leader. If the hybrid D-Rex is really that intelligent a possible conflict might be turning the trained raptors against their "leader"
Oh yeah, I'm not saying they're completely tame or docile or anything. But people might view it that way. It's like having trained lions or wolves or something. They're "trained", but they're still wild animals that are dangerous. I'm sure we'll get a scene of the Raptors "defying" Pratt to an extent.
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I'm looking forward to this. I seem to be like that with almost every new movie these days. that is.

Anyway, even though there's a lot of hype around the new Star Wars film and Black Friday. I thought I should voice an idea I had in mind for this film.

Even though it's a reboot to the franchise, before the credits at the start rolling,. There should be a statement saying:

"In Loving Memory of Richard Attenborough. The Original Founder Of The Original Jurassic Park."

Something alomg those lines anyway since his character was behind the park in the original movie. Also, Sam Neil and Jeff Goldblum should have cameos.
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