Foul-mouthed mutant mercenary Wade Wilson (AKA. Deadpool), brings together a team of fellow mutant rogues to protect a young boy with supernatural abilities from the brutal, time-traveling cyborg, Cable.
As Scott Lang balances being both a Super Hero and a father, Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym present an urgent new mission that finds the Ant-Man fighting alongside The Wasp to uncover secrets from their past.
Three years after the Jurassic World theme park was closed down, Owen and Claire return to Isla Nublar to save the dinosaurs when they learn that a once dormant volcano on the island is active and is threatening to extinguish all life there. Along the way, Owen sets out to find Blue, his lead raptor, and discovers a conspiracy that could disrupt the natural order of the entire planet. Life has found a way, again.Written by
It's not the raptor DNA? Beyond fan theories of course, is the simple fact that it's sentient and scarily intuitive, and thus would quickly pick up the mannerisms of the creatures it sees the most. If it can physically manage the facial expression, it would use it. Simple. Rule of Cool Human DNA included in its makeup for greater reasoning skills, socialization instincts, and better developed tool using hands. As a side effect it developed the basic facial musculature for simple expressions and thanks to the socialization instincts one hell of a sadist streak that actively enjoyed causing pain. More likely, something like dog DNA was added in an effort to make it more trainable. No need to immediately jump to the conclusion that it's part-human just because it's got mammalian facial muscles: after all, adding "human" to the combo is just as likely to afflict it with human liabilities like blunt nails or flimsy skin if we're talking LEGO Genetics here. Simple anthropomorphism. The characters auctioning off this dinosaur are trying to sell the idea that the Indoraptor is the biggest, baddest, most vicious dinosaur available, and Big Bads tend to have evil smirks. See more »
When Mills is trying to load the Indominus Rex rib bone into his SUV, the sliding side door is open. These doors operate on a catch and lock in place when open or shut until the handle is pulled or the button inside is pressed to automatically close it. As the dinosaurs are escaping, a pterodactyl picks up a soldier and drops it on the vehicle, then in the next shot Mills is panicking and starting to climb under the SUV. In this shot the door is closed. And the soldier being dropped on the hood of the car would not have caused it to close. (01:53:05) 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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