The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) Poster

Julianne Moore: Sarah Harding

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  • [Eddie finds Ian, Sarah, and Nick trapped in a trailer hanging over a cliff] 

    Eddie Carr : What do you need?

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : Rope!

    Eddie Carr : OK, rope! Anything else?

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : Yeah, three double cheeseburgers with everything!

    Nick Van Owen : No onions on mine!

    Sarah Harding : And an apple turnover!

  • [after re-capturing the baby T-Rex in San Diego] 

    Sarah Harding : How do we find the adult?

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : Just follow the screams.

  • Sarah Harding : You know, I have made a career out of waiting for you.

    Kelly Malcolm : You know, Sarah does have a pretty good p...

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : It's so important to your future that you not finish that sentence.

  • Dr. Ian Malcolm : Why don't people listen to me? I use plain and simple English, I don't have any accent that I'm aware of...

    Sarah Harding : Oh, shut up.

  • Sarah Harding : I need something pliable... Spit.

    [Holds out her hand] 

    Nick Van Owen : [Spits saliva into her palm] 

    Sarah Harding : [Disgusted]  Your *gum*!

  • Ian Malcolm : Hey, when the adult sees us once again with his baby, uh, isn't he gonna be like, "You"? You know, there may be some, uh, angry recognition.

    Sarah Harding : Who knows? He may be just happy to see us.

  • Sarah Harding : I love you. I just don't... need you right now.

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : I'll tell you what you NEED, a good anti-psychotic!

    Sarah Harding : I'll be back in five or six days.

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : No, you'll be back in five or six PIECES!

  • Sarah Harding : [about the baby T-Rex]  He's too drugged.

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : He's never gonna know we have it if the thing doesn't make some kind of sound.

    Sarah Harding : Come on. Wake up. Come on. Come on. Wake up.

    [baby T-rex growls. Adult T-Rex sniffs the air then roars in their direction] 

    Sarah Harding : He knows.

  • Sarah Harding : [to Ian]  I've worked around predators since I was 20 years old. Lions, jackals, hyenas... you.

  • Sarah Harding : What's everybody looking at?

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : [spots the T-Rex transfer ship speeding towards the harbor] 

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : We should've stayed in the damn car.

  • Sarah Harding : Don't light that! Dinosaurs pick up scents from miles away.We're here to observe and document, not interact.

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : Which is a scientific impossibility.Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. What you study, you change.

    Sarah Harding : I'll risk it. I'm sick of scratching around in rock and bone... making assumptions about the nurturing habits of animals... that have been dead for 65 million years.Then you fill my head with stories. Of course I came down here.

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : Stories of mutilation and death. Were you paying attention?

    Sarah Harding : Please! Don't treat me like a grad student.I've worked around predators since I was 20.Lions, jackals, hyenas, you.

  • [why Sarah didn't tell Ian about going to the island] 

    Sarah Harding : Because I knew you would have stopped me from coming.

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : I would have tied you to the bed.

    Sarah Harding : I figured out how the dinosaurs survived without lysine.

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : I don't care!

  • Sarah Harding : [referring to the T-Rexes]  This isn't hunting, Ian, it's searching. They're looking for their infant.

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : Let's not disappoint them.

  • [while luring the T-rex to follow them to the docks] 

    Sarah Harding : Ian, slow down.

    [Ian looks behind him and sees the T-rex coming] 

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : Uh... I don't think so.

  • Sarah Harding : Don't light that! Dinosaurs pick up scents from miles away. We're here to observe and document, not interact.

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : Which is a scientific impossibility.Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. What you study, you change.

    Sarah Harding : I'll risk it. I'm sick of scratching around in rock and bone... making assumptions about the nurturing habits of animals... that have been dead for 65 million years. Then you fill my head with stories. Of course I came down here.

    Dr. Ian Malcolm : Stories of mutilation and death. Were you paying attention?

    Sarah Harding : Please! Don't treat me like a grad student. I've worked around predators since I was 20. Lions, jackals, hyenas, you.

  • Dieter : Wait, what's that, veloc-o-?

    Dr. Robert Burke : Velociraptor. Carnivore, pack hunter. About two meters tall, long snout, binocular vision, strong, dextrous forearms, and killing claws on both feet.

    Sarah Harding : And the rex may continue to track us, too, if they perceive a threat to themselves or to their infant.

    Dr. Robert Burke : No, no, you're wrong there, Dr. Harding. We'll lose them once we leave their territory.

    Sarah Harding : No, don't bet on it. Tyrannosaurs got the largest proportional olfactory cavity of any creature in the fossil record with the exception of one.

    Dr. Robert Burke : Right, right, the uh, turkey vulture. Could scent up to ten miles.

    Peter Ludlow : Right, this is all very thrilling, but I say we should push on to the village, hmm?

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