The Raptors, running around killing people like serial killers
, running as fast as cheetahs, opening doors,
setting traps, digging under warehouses to get at prey
. Yeah, these aren't movie monsters, they're animals!
In bold: People are easy prey. The door thing isn't so impressive when you consider the fact that those were Deinonychus, not Velociraptors. Deinos are theorized to hunt in packs. Having organized hunts=some form of intelligence. It's not like the doors were complicated. And what's wrong with digging to get at prey? Lizards and other animals do it all the time.
As for the other things, yeah, they were ridiculous creative licenses, but nowhere near the physics defying Spinosaur muscles. I mean, Jesus, if he had some armor up there or something.... Besides, since when does running fast and being intelligent no longer qualify you as an animal? We never even saw them go that fast in the film, anyways. And it could be the result of gene tampering.
Kaiju-King42 wrote:Pteranodons, able to carry humans. Tyrannosaurs and Spinosaurs bursting through fences and walls. Dilophosaurs spitting venom. The Jursassic Park dino's have always had something up their sleeve. An incredibly durable Spino all of a sudden doesn't seem too unlikely.
Put your listening eyes on. The fence hadn't been maintained for eight years. If the Spino were that strong would trees and vines hold him up? And actually, an incredibly durable Spino is inconsistent with the blood spatter shown earlier and f***s with the films own internal logic. Those teeth were sharp. A moderate amount of pressure should have pierced his muscles. But it didn't. Stop acting like the Spino is a dinosaur tank with armor because he's not.
Kaiju-King42 wrote:Dude, if that is the case, then the Carno is just as bad as the T-Rex. I am beginning think your still sore over the fact that Spino beat the Tyrannosaurus in J3.
No, but nice try. Anyways, your point fails. Dinosaur:
Made by Disney, rated PG. Examples of violence... Plenty of animals die but there is little (if any) blood. Jurassic Park 3:
Made by Universal, rated PG-13. Examples of violence... Many people and animals die. The Spino is knicked by the plane and his blood splatters over the windshield, the tyrannosaur draws blood, the tyrannosaur's neck is violently snapped, a velociraptor impales a man and bites his head (not explicit, but the implied violence is worse than anything in dinosaur).
Hey, if we're bringing up the other JPs: JP1:
A goat is dismembered... It's bloody leg is dropped on the car, A man is ripped off a toilet and shaken like a toy, that same man's dismembered body is found later, A man's head is bitten by a raptor, another man's severed arm is found, a raptor jumps on the T rex and causes bloody wounds. JP2:
A man is torn in half by tyrannosaurs, another is killed by Comsognathus and his blood flows downstream, a man is killed by a tyrannosaur and his blood flows down a water fall, a man who flees the T rex is stepped on and sticks to the dinosaur's foot, another severed limb is holding the ship controls, and main bad guy has his leg broken and is slaughtered by the juvenile rex.
These movies earn their PG13. I'm beginning to think you need a reality check.