Director David Koepp (who is credited as screenwriter for this movie) Didn't have the budget to shoot a cliff with water at the bottom for one of Johnny Depp's characters dream sequences, so he asked for Steven Spielberg's permission to use a clip of the footage from when the mobile vehicle is dangling over the side to substitute for what the dream sequence called for.
Opening camera-slide over the ocean towards the island
The game is based on the movie.
This game takes place on the same island as this film, and was intended to be released as a film tie-in.
Based on this movie.
Features characters and creatures from this movie
video game adaption of movie
Both the name and font used in the title inspired by
Ship transporting T. Rex is the S.S. Venture.
The Japanese tourists running from the rampaging T-Rex in the San Diego scene are saying in Japanese: "I left Japan to get away from this?!"
Ship destroying the pier is a reference to Jaws destroying the pier. Both movies were directed by Steven Spielberg.
The Two headed dragon Eborsisk eating the Troll is like the two T-Rexs eating Eddie Carr
Referenced in dialogue
When Sarah is tending to the injured dinosaur's broken leg, Nick refers to her as "Dr. Quinn".
In the San Diego video store, there is a poster advertising a movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger as King Lear.
Movie poster in the rental store.
the first toys from this movie were previewed in this episode
Billboard for this movie can be seen
Jeff Goldblum talks and promote about his role in the film
At the Natural History Museum, Mr Freeze destroys a Dinosaur sculpture with his ice gun. This was likely a jab at The Lost World, which was released by a rival studio at the same time as Batman & Robin.
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Lt. Blair falsely claimed to have seen the film in a multiplex.
Specifically mentioned by Alex Cox about upcoming summer movies
The film is mentioned during the Variety Speak song.
A marquee advertises 'Lost World'.
Godzilla wreaking havoc in New York City is done in the practically the same way as the Tyrannosaurus attacking through San Diego.
poster visible at Mr. Chu's video store
Poster on the wall in the Spielberg building.
"Oh, yeah. Oooh, ahhh, that's how it always starts. Then later there's running and screaming."
Referenced by Mike.
Water rippling in concentric circles with each footstep of an approaching predator parodies the famous shot in Jurassic Park and its sequel The Lost World.
One of Winnie Woodpecker's questions in her trivia game askes what was the specialty attack of the Pachycephalosaurus in this movie.
Jon Favreau says that he visited the set of The Lost World when Vince Vaughn was there.
David Giler trouble finding enough studio space as major productions like The Lost World: Jurassic Park
the dinosaur statues at the tar pits were built after "a movie with dinosaurs was a huge success"
Gromit trying to prevent being pulled down the tunnel echoes Eddie Carr trying to save the trailer by going into reverse & full throttle
Jack and the others hide from the V-rex in a cave.
A still of the stegosauruses crossing the river was shown.
Steve mentions the Jurassic Park movies.
Video case is shown.
Mentioned by Spielberg.
One crewmember is seen wearing a Lost World T-shirt
siskel & ebert review this movie
Referenced when characters arrive on an island
The boys reference Nick Van Owen's attempt to photograph dinosaurs.
The writer of Spider-Man 1 wrote this film
"As long as Jeff Goldblum has nothing to do with them, these dinosaurs are awesome!"
The Sarah that Gerry and Jess refer to is the same Sarah from this movie.
mentioned by Linkara after an obscure reference to the original film is made in the comic
Radu says Jurassic Park "was followed by one sequel and one piece of horseshit. "
arcade game of The Lost World seen
A poster is seen in Josefs room
"...and only had access to Jurassic Park 2."
If "Charles Spielberg" existed, then Steven could blame this movie on him, says the Snob.
"That was an excellent argument towards The Lost World."
Several episodes cover the restoration of the screen used RV from Jurassic Park: The Lost World
The Nerd is seen playing a Tiger Game Com version of this movie.
"It's like Jurassic Park 2 before Jurassic Park 2."
Mike mentions the "Jurassic Park movies".
Chantal talks about the movie.
James corrects Mike that the second movie features San Diego not New York City.
Jay mentions the Jurassic Park movie series.
When John and Travis eat the Beef Steak in the tent, Travis says it could be like "that scene in The Lost World: Jurassic Park, where they've got like, chocolate in the tent, and the T-Rex pops his head in. That's gonna happen tonight".
Mentions San Diego incident at the end of that film.
In Fern Canyon, Travis says "Hey guys, try not to get eaten by any dinosaurs. Because the second Jurassic Park movie was actually filmed here,"
Mike and Jay allude to it.
animated version of
Mentioned in dialogue
The slogan for the Creation Tour on the park website starts off with Hammond and Malcolm's quote: "Life finds a way..."
A young woman gets trapped inside a collapsed fire tower and lands vertically onto the tower's window, which slowly begins to break beneath her like Sarah inside the RV.
Scott and Jane Carter are rescued from a vehicle falling off a cliff by hanging on a cord just like Malcolm, Sarah and Nick
Jakob Stegelmann looks at the upcoming release of the film + clip shown
VHS release reviewed + footage used
ILM's effect work on this film is discussed, with clips
Combo DVD release of Jurassic Park (1993) & Lost World: Jurassic Park, The (1997) reviewed + footage used
B-roll footage from Lost World: Jurassic Park, The (1997) was used for one of Mort's intense dreams.
Poster shown when the Critic mentions he finds Steven Spielberg's shows superior to his films.
Clips of this movie was shown.
a clip is shown in a montage of Julianne Moore films
The #5 Worst Blockbuster
movie is reviewed
Man vs Beast scenes
Clips shown during the opening montage of dinosaurs
Movie is reviewed
Recalls the same stuntman playing a victim in this movie as he did in Tremors II.
Jeavons recalls this sequel and says he doesn't hate as much as some
Clip is shown
A clip is shown as Critic says it sucked.
Film trailer used
Dialogue and music from all four "Jurassic Park" movies are featured throughout the game.
Clip is shown
A escaped Tyrannosaurus rex being loose in San Diego. A noteworthy scene includes a group of Japanese businessmen fleeing the tyrannosaur while shouting "I left Tokyo to get away from this!"
Chucky is killed by tiny dinosaurs after tripping over a log.