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Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Thu Sep 05, 2019 12:47 pm
by SoggyNoodles2016
GodzillaFan1990's wrote:
SoggyNoodles2016 wrote:Just kids? lol, you underestimate people, my dear 90s.

Also, there's the fact China doesn't have as big a cultural thing for JP as us so the JW trilogy is their JP.

Good point. Nostalgia plays a factor too why else did the live-action 90's Renaissance Disney remakes do so well after all.

probably that and what I said (foreign countries who dont have nostalgic ties basically give the same sucess these films got when the orginals came out)

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 8:31 am
by Rhedosaurus
GodzillaFan1990's wrote:Tis still gonna make a billion because kids love dinosaurs.


*Sigh* You're right and that sucks.

I just wish we got Creation-the one Willis O'Brien movie that got turned into King Kong-Gwangi, or a modern take of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's version of The Lost World made by Guillmero del Toro or Peter Jackson made. It is too much to ask for a dinosaur movie that's intellegent, or at least tries hard to be, and good?

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 9:54 am
by 2004Zilla
Give me the budget for it and I'll give tou the most badass, scientifically accurate adaptation of Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles.

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Fri Sep 06, 2019 10:05 am
by SoggyNoodles2016
2004Zilla wrote:Give me the budget for it and I'll give tou the most badass, scientifically accurate adaptation of Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles.


where's your GoFundMe?

because I need this very bad.

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 1:32 pm
by Tyrant_Lizard_King
Eh I'd prefer an Age of Reptiles movie be animated. Also it can't get too accurate as the dinosaurs in the first couple at least do a lot of fairly gymnastic stuff that's scientifically impossible for them to do.

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 1:43 pm
by tyrantgoji
I will never rest until i get my Lost World Remake! And Valley of Gwangi.

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 2:55 pm
by Rhedosaurus
tyrantgoji wrote:I will never rest until i get my Lost World Remake! And Valley of Gwangi.


It really is amazing how the original 1925 silent movie version, which is 94 years old (!) STILL the best movie adaption of the book hands down.

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 8:01 pm
by ScootaVaran
Rhedosaurus wrote:
tyrantgoji wrote:I will never rest until i get my Lost World Remake! And Valley of Gwangi.


It really is amazing how the original 1925 silent movie version, which is 94 years old (!) STILL the best movie adaption of the book hands down.


The 2001 movie was a far better adaption.

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 8:12 pm
by XxComablack1937xX
tyrantgoji wrote:I will never rest until i get my Lost World Remake! And Valley of Gwangi.



I will take that Valley of Gwangi remake any day!

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Sat Sep 07, 2019 9:39 pm
by Dino-Mario
ScootaVaran wrote:
The 2001 movie was a far better adaption.


The one with Bob Hoskins and the reused Walking with Dinosaurs models? Ah, i see you're a man of culture as well. :huge:

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 2:43 am
by Rhedosaurus
ScootaVaran wrote:
Rhedosaurus wrote:
tyrantgoji wrote:I will never rest until i get my Lost World Remake! And Valley of Gwangi.


It really is amazing how the original 1925 silent movie version, which is 94 years old (!) STILL the best movie adaption of the book hands down.


The 2001 movie was a far better adaption.


I wasn't impressed by that version.

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 4:54 am
by JAGzilla
Rhedosaurus wrote: Peter Jackson


Ehh… with the way the dinosaurs in King Kong '05 were handled, mindless killing machines that exist only to eat humans and will cheerfully die in pursuit of that goal, I'd be a little bit skeptical. 'Realistic' behavior is a top priority for me.

Also, we need an azhdarchid to appear in one of these movies. If you want a pterosaur attack scene, don't stupidly turn pteranodon or dimorphodon into blood-crazed demons. Hatzegopteryx would have been fully capable of eating humans with no character assassination required. The damn things were probably terrifying, if the Giant Prehistoric Death Stork hypothesis is accurate.

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 4:59 am
by GodzillaFan1990's
Peter Jackson would also make it over 3-5 hours long if 2005's King Kong and Lord of the Rings is anything to go by.

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:37 am
by Rhedosaurus
JAGzilla wrote:
Rhedosaurus wrote: Peter Jackson


Ehh… with the way the dinosaurs in King Kong '05 were handled, mindless killing machines that exist only to eat humans and will cheerfully die in pursuit of that goal, I'd be a little bit skeptical. 'Realistic' behavior is a top priority for me.


True, but I do think he can make it happen even if he was constrained in some form.

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 3:39 pm
by SoggyNoodles2016

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 3:50 pm
by tyrantgoji
Weird thing to say but why does Battle at Big Rock sound like a Land Before Time movie title? Still if it's anything like i've heard,should be fun!

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 6:08 pm
by ScootaVaran
I hope the nasutoceratops puts up a good fight. Just have this worry it's gonna get killed off like nothing.
The JP franchise needs more herbivore action!

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 6:32 pm
by XxComablack1937xX
Sweet I actually can't wait to watch it. Hopefully it's pretty good!

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 1:26 am
by JAGzilla
ScootaVaran wrote:I hope the nasutoceratops puts up a good fight. Just have this worry it's gonna get killed off like nothing.
The JP franchise needs more herbivore action!


There's a pretty good chance of the Nasuto winning, I'd say. The carnivore is more likely to be cast as the villain. There's also the precedents of the Sinoceratops coming out on top against the Carnotaurus, and of the Indorapror being killed by a triceratops skull, which may imply that ceratopsids are finally getting their due in this franchise.

Re: The Jurassic Park Series (1-5)

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:09 pm
by Dino-Mario
My money is on Nasuto too. Can't wait for the short

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The Jurassic World Live Tour also displayed its first look at its Rex puppet.