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The reason they need the Indominus rex rib even though Wu escape near the end with a briefcase of embryos, having been specifically ordered by Hoskins to take everything relating to "the project" offsite, because Hoskins didn't want any follow-up crews tumbling on to what they were doing. If Wu had I. rex embryos, or DNA patterns or whatever in storage, why did they need to go get a "fresh" sample from the bottom of the Mosasaur lagoon is because It's presumed that the samples taken have made too-unstable Hybrids compared to the Indoraptor who is already an unstable prototype. See more »
At around 23 mins.) When Maisie is complaining to Iris that she doesn't want a bath, Iris says "What?" while visible on the left of screen with her head askew to the camera. However her mouth movement doesn't match the audio as you hear her say "What?" her mouth doesn't move till after you hear her say it. See more »
Like a lot of others are saying the first part of the film, where they are escaping from the island is great and quite exciting and sets the film up pretty well.
However once the major action scene is over and they have to focus on the main story things start to go downhill. I think what bothers me the most is that a lot of the writing is just lazy and not well thought through or truely creative. Instead we get more of the same themes from the original JP films plus some more from JW. (Mutant dinosaur + evil corporate guys)
All of the main characters stories are pretty unbelievable and there isn't enough investment in developing their individual personalities / backstory so we understand why they behave the way they do. Sometimes I feel like the major action scenes were thought up first and then the story was just sort of inserted between them as a glue so we have a way of getting from one action scene to the next.
If you go and see this film you will probably enjoy it and it will most certainly entertain you for a while but after the moment has passed I am not left with the sense that I have seen something truely groundbreaking. Unfortunately I can't help but compare it to the original Jurassic park film and consider how it doesn't even come close to the terrifying moments of suspence and the brilliant portrayal of the different characters we got in JP1.
Given that there are so many 9+ reviews on here maybe i am in the minority but I just feel like we are letting Hollywood get away with lazy writing, which contains numerous plot holes just so we can marvel at some cool CGI. We really should'nt be satisfied with this state of affairs. We should all be demanding better, more creative writing that continues to offer us something new and exciting. This will only happen if we stop rating these mediocre generic blockbuster films so highly.
Was it was entertaining? yes without a doubt, but this is nowhere near a 9/10 film and you all know it. When rating these films please be honest with yourselves and send Hollywood a message. Don't let them think that lazy writing is ok. We aren't idiots and we do value a well written and interesting story.
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