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Pakar Ilusi
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Jurassic Space.

Dinosaurs loose on a spaceship bound for a distant planet.

I'd pay money to see that. Smile
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That is basically the plot to Friday the 13th X. Only with Jason Voorhees as opposed to dinosaurs.
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Jurassic Space.
Dinosaurs loose on a spaceship bound for a distant planet.
I'd pay money to see that. Smile

Interesting. I wrote a "half novel/half outline" on that back in '93 or '94.
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Dannydoyle, I'd still pay to see that done well. Smile

George Ledo, finish it. Smile
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I saw the movie. There were some really absurd parts. It was a silly action film with good special effects. If you go into it with that expectation you will like it.
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I found it a heck of a lot more entertaining than Avengers: Age of Ultron.
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On Jun 26, 2015, Starrpower wrote:
There were some really absurd parts.

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On Jun 26, 2015, Starrpower wrote:
I saw the movie. There were some really absurd parts. It was a silly action film with good special effects. If you go into it with that expectation you will like it.


So a movie about reanimated dinosaurs had some absurd parts?
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On Jun 26, 2015, Dannydoyle wrote:
So a movie about reanimated dinosaurs had some absurd parts?


Touché
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Just saw it. Loved it. Yes, there were things that you would have trouble buying but it you pin you mind too closely to the "real world," you have no business going to a movie about re-created dinosaurs.

As far as "sequel" goes, they got the main scientist out with the embryos. Don't think that won't come up again.
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Yes, the storyline wasn't oscar worthy; but then again what should we expect from the third sequel to an action adventure movie.

Yes, there were some elements that were a bit unbelievable. But once again its a modern day dino-movie. If you are expecting believability you didn't see the trailer or any of the previous movies - or the title of the movie.

Yes, the story was a bit predictable. Its a dinosaur movie. People clone dinos, people do something stupid, dinos get loose, dinos chase and eat people, dinos either killed, contained or people escape, story ends.

Yes, the graphics were great. Spielberg, Jurassic Park: those two names will get money for production.

Yes, it was the best Jurassic Park movie since the original.
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