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First Jurassic Park chapter to be shot digitally and in widescreen 2.39:1, which J.A. Bayona has used on his previous films. The first three Jurassic Park films were shot in 1.85:1, while Jurassic World (2015) was produced in 2.00:1. The first three Jurassic Park films were shot in 1.85:1 to better accommodate the dinosaurs in the same frame. When the previous film was made, DP John Schwartzman and director Colin Trevorrow we're aiming to shoot in 2.39:1, despite Steven Spielberg's preference for 1.85:1, so the Univisium 2.00:1 aspect ratio was used. Bayona decided to shoot this film in 2.39:1 as he wanted "to do a movie that cannot be seen on a plane," and because the film deals with a colossal population of dinosaurs in the same frame. He even cited the films of cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, who shot Steven Spielberg's The Sugarland Express (1974) & Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), as inspiration for the widescreen look of the film. See more »
When Wheatley pulls a tooth out of a juvenile stegosaurus with his pliers, it shows him yanking out a bottom tooth, but when he adds the tooth to his collection it is an upper tooth. See more »
This is the first time I got bored during a Jurassic movie and kept looking on my watch to see when it would be over. A lot of noise and spectacle but almost every scene a weak variation of ideas from previous films topped by the most ridiculous motivation for the heroes. The end of Jurassic World 1 promised a more interesting story. I am definitely not looking forward to another sequel.
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