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Yeah, this movie does a lot of off-screen dread with them. I love the raptors and had them as #2 on the puppet list earlier this year. The opening scene is raptors but if I remember correctly you only see an eye, feeding with the cow is raptors but there's just rustling grass and the shredded cloth, I guess you don't see them during the vent parts with the arm falling or much of them during the hunt/clever girl setup, but their looming presence is a lot of what works. And technically the fossil at the beginning too? Man now I want to re-watch this too.In anticipation of not going to see Jurassic World Dominion, tonight I rewatched the only good Jurassic series movie, Jurassic Park. It's still great! Did you know the raptors are only in it for a total of 15 minutes? Aside from the baby that hatches from an egg early on, the first time we see one is at the 1h43m mark, and they're done at 1h58m. Everybody spends the whole movie hyping them up, so I guess their presence feels larger than it actually is.
In anticipation of not going to see Jurassic World Dominion, tonight I rewatched the only good Jurassic series movie, Jurassic Park.
Y'know, that moment really stood out to me when I thought about it. Seemed like Hammond was going to show up for EVERY tour to do his little introduction. Just how many times a day would he have to do that?I wonder if it’ll have any scenes as tense as the one where Hammond loses his place in the script with the Hammond on the TV
The Lost City is... fine. That's about it. I've heard genuinely good things but as charming as the stars are and charming they are, it never rises about "pretty watchable". I will say, it's nice to see a film where the notable age difference between the characters is an older woman with a younger star (though 15 years is nothing compared to the reverse we've so often seen).
Yeah, I remember enjoying it as funny fluff and I liked the dynamic between the jaded older woman and the total himbo. It got some laughs and smiles out of me, then I forgot that I watched it until I saw you guys mention it again. Still, worth a watch if you're in the mood for some light-adventure romantic comedy.I had fun with The Lost City, though I'd be lying if I said I thought about it at all since I watched it. I thought there'd be more Brad Pitt, but the joke works.