History Franchise / JurassicPark

7th Mar '16 7:42:07 AM Chris116
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* MythArc: The films quietly hint at a deeper scheme in place for [=InGen=], especially in a scene where Grant identifies the ''Spinosaurus'' (a dinosaur not on their list of cloned dinosaurs) and wonders what they're up to. ''Jurassic World'' doesn't clarify the extent of Wu's deal with Hoskins and the Masrani Backdoor also has a lot of cryptic tidbits about the timeline of the films.
19th Feb '16 12:21:59 AM Phoenixion
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* [[/index]]''[[VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame LEGO Jurassic World]]''[[note]]Despite the title, it's not only an adaptation from [[Film/JurassicWorld the fourth film]], but also from the other three previous films as well[[/note]]

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* [[/index]]''[[VideoGame/LEGOAdaptationGame LEGO Jurassic World]]''[[note]]Despite the title, it's not only an adaptation from [[Film/JurassicWorld the fourth film]], but also from the other three previous films as well[[/note]]
''VideoGame/LEGOJurassicWorld''
23rd Jan '16 9:32:12 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** In reality, ''Velociraptor mongoliensis'' was only a few feet tall. To be fair, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Velociraptor#In_popular_culture the raptors in the film]] were modeled after the larger dromaeosaurid ''Deinonychus'' (Michael Crichton used the name Velociprator instead simply because he thought it sounded better), which at the time was considered by paleontological consultant Gregory S. Paul to be a member of the genus ''Velociraptor''.

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** In reality, ''Velociraptor mongoliensis'' was only a few feet tall. To be fair, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Velociraptor#In_popular_culture the raptors in the film]] were modeled after the larger dromaeosaurid ''Deinonychus'' (Michael Crichton used the name Velociprator instead simply because he thought it sounded better), which at the time was considered by paleontological consultant Gregory S. Paul to be a member of the genus ''Velociraptor''. This is also why Grant's dig site in Montana is able to find Velociraptors, which have only ever been found in Asia.
9th Jan '16 5:35:25 PM akih08
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*** And then the Mosasaurus delivers a WorfEffect of her own, dragging the ''Indominus'' into her tank without much effort.

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*** [[spoiler: And then the Mosasaurus delivers a WorfEffect of her own, dragging the ''Indominus'' into her tank without much effort.]]
9th Jan '16 4:58:15 PM akih08
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* BackgroundMusic: One per movie- ''Las Gaviotas'' (the Costa Rican bar in Jurassic Park); Beethovenís ''Piano Sonata No. 8 in C Minor'' (Hammond's suite in The Lost World: Jurassic Park; ''Big Hat, No Cattle'' (the bar & grill in Jurassic Park III); and ''Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas'' (the airport in Jurassic World).

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* BackgroundMusic: One per movie- movie, all played during the first act of their respective films. They include: ''Las Gaviotas'' (the Costa Rican bar in Jurassic Park); Beethovenís ''Piano Sonata No. 8 in C Minor'' (Hammond's suite in The Lost World: Jurassic Park; ''Big Hat, No Cattle'' (the bar & grill in Jurassic Park III); and ''Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas'' (the (Zach and Gray's car radio/the airport in Jurassic World).
9th Jan '16 4:55:55 PM akih08
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* BackgroundMusic: One per movie- ''Las Gaviotas'' (the Costa Rican bar in Jurassic Park); Beethovenís ''Piano Sonata No. 8 in C Minor'' (Hammond's suite in The Lost World: Jurassic Park; ''Big Hat, No Cattle'' (the bar & grill in Jurassic Park III); and ''Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas'' (the airport in Jurassic World).
1st Jan '16 12:31:18 PM akih08
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*** And then the Mosasaurus delivers a WorfEffect of her own, dragging ''Indominus'' into her tank to devour it.

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*** And then the Mosasaurus delivers a WorfEffect of her own, dragging the ''Indominus'' into her tank to devour it.without much effort.
1st Jan '16 12:28:56 PM akih08
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** The ''Indominus'' proves to be a walking WorfEffect, managing to kill off 6 Apatosaurs, one Ankylosaurus, a good portion of a rather well-armed ACU containment team, two raptors, and nearly killing a mature T-rex. It takes the T-rex and a lone raptor ''working together'' just to tire the thing out.
*** And then the Mosasaurus delivers a WorfEffect of her own, dragging ''Indominus'' into her tank to devour it.
25th Dec '15 7:40:02 PM LadyKalma
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** The trope name becomes a pun in Lego Jurassic World. Tutorials are accessed by finding DNA strands made out of Lego. Literally Lego genetics.
3rd Dec '15 4:36:46 PM nombretomado
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** In the MasterSystem game, instead of trying to escape the island, Grant is called to fight and capture the dinosaurs. At the end of the game, he [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome defeats the]] ''[[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Tyrannosaurus rex]]'' [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome and the park is allowed to open as planned.]]

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** In the MasterSystem UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem game, instead of trying to escape the island, Grant is called to fight and capture the dinosaurs. At the end of the game, he [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome defeats the]] ''[[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Tyrannosaurus rex]]'' [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome and the park is allowed to open as planned.]]
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