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Viewers have noted how the Indoraptor looks a lot like a Xenomorph and most of his sequences bring that movie and its sequels to mind. See more »
Owen is tranquilized with a dart containing the extremely potent opioid Carfentanil, which is 10,000 times more potent than morphine. The amount of Carfentanil that would be needed to take down a 500 pound raptor (who also have an extremely fast metabolism) would be many times the fatal dosage for a human; the median lethal dosage of Carfentanil for a human is 10 micrograms (0.1 milligrams). The dose used on the raptors was one milligram, so there is no way Owen would have lived, let alone regain consciousness, without being given a opioid antagonist like naloxone. See more »
So bland. Tonally uneven. No memorable character moments. Awful.
Its as much of a non-film as I can remember. Somehow, Spielberg made a cup of water and the sound of footsteps far more suspenseful and engaging than anything in this movie. The dinosaurs are just sort of... there. Same goes for Chris Pratt, who features in scenes but only mildly forwarding the story with a few rescues or whatever. There are some cringe-worthy moments - firing a gun underwater to break glass, everyone being submersed but having perfect hair/makeup after, a horribly acted young girl who has the most shoe-horned and pointless subplot ever (as well as a nonsensical, cringe inducing climactic line). So much of the story makes no sense, a hybrid dino is basically produced and supposedly trained to follow laser sighting overnight. Yet has no buildup, suspense or point whatsoever. The whole thing is stranger than a David Lynch movie. Its like a string of bland cutscenes to a dull videogame.
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