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Jurassic World was a massive box office hit in 2016, so naturally we now have a sequel. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom sees Chris Pratt and his character Animal-Loving-Navy-Guy reuinite with Bryce Dallas Howard’s Money-Lady (who is now Dinosaur Loving Lady, because reasons) They head back to Isla Nubar to save the dinos from a giant volcano that’s about to erupt. Kind of a big oversight for John Hammond to have built Jurassic Park on a volcano, but whatever! There are a lot of plot holes and questionable decisions into Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom - and we’d like to think they all originated from the pitch meeting itself! So step inside the pitch meeting that led to the latest installment in the Jurassic Park franchise. It’ll be super easy, barely an inconvenience.
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I couldn't bring myself to watch Jurassic world 2. The first one was terrible, so I skipped the seeing Jurassic world 2. But from what I have seen from this video and everything wrong with Jurassic world 2, I'm glad I hadn't wasted my time and money on it.
"So it's going to be hard for the heros to escape from the Indoraptor because it has echolocation, night vision, and can smell from a mile, right?"
"Actually super easy barely an inconvenience"
"Yeah I just have its abilities randomly turn off in parts of the movie."
"Like, what do you mean?"
"So in one scene of the movie they're hiding from the indoraptor behind a Triceratops skull, which the Indoraptor happens to be right next to."
"There's also going to be a scene where Animal-Loving Navy guy is hiding from the Indoraptor behind a door, which happens to be right next to it."
"Is this a flaw of being a hybrid-hybrid?"
"I don't know."
Owen dies heroically sacrificing himself to save them before being consumed by the ash cloud
Blue dies on the boat and everyone is sad
Claire dies saving clone girl from the Dinosaur (honestly can't remember its name)
Clone Girl lets the dinos live because they're like her
Little girl decides to release the dinosaurs to kill people simply because they are clones like her. That's hilarious! By the way Screen Rant, you channel is an absolute banquet of hilarity! In a great way of course!
You forgot to mention that the dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and the mosasaur are all female (except for the Indoraptor per statements made before the movie's release, but it's dead so it's irrelevant), and since the first movie, they corrected the DNA sequence that let them switch sex if they're in an all-male or all-female population, so the few species that have more than one survivor can't breed. They'll be a threat for a while, especially the mosasaur since it's aquatic and thus the hardest track or find, but they'll eventually die, and all of the dinosaurs will be limited to the Americas, so Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica won't have to worry about anything besides pterosaurs and the mosasaur.
It's not as big of a problem as it could have been.
2:45 - "Did you do any research any research before writing this?" LOL... nope. Not one bit, not even watching the old Jurassic Park films and remembering there's an entire island right next door on the map. Whoopsie.
terminator, and robocop, and alien franchises pleeeeeease! and more of actors pitch meetings, like nicolas cage, and, you know, johnny depp or edward norton or something. And let it be a single video for each movie, stretching concept is TIGHT!
Omg, its the first paragraph on the wikipedia article lmao "A pyroclastic flow (also known as a pyroclastic density current or a pyroclastic cloud) is a fast-moving current of hot gas and volcanic matter (collectively known as tephra) that moves away from a volcano about 100 km/h (62 mph) on average but is capable of reaching speeds up to 700 km/h (430 mph). The gases can reach temperatures of about 1,000 °C (1,830 °F).
Gotta say, these film company management looks suprisingly similar in every company and they also seems to agree on everything (and I know every meeting ever consists of two people shouting their opinions at each other while the rest sits there and browses stuff on their phone). I think this is what people supporting diversity quotas thinks it's actually like :D
"If you planning on killing someone and you gonna go through the trouble of pointing a gun at them, why not just shoot them?"
"I don't know"
Actually, that gun is the leash of the Indoraptor, remember in Jurassic World where the Raptors turned on the humans. If the Indoraptor decides to go against the controller then the gun would be used to point it in another direction so the Indoraptor would be distracted at something else.
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