Remember 1993? It was a simpler time, when cloned dinosaurs were still a novelty and Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park ruled the box office. In the present day, J.A. Bayona throws his hat into the dinos-eating-people ring with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Wade and Kevin decide to investigate whether it’s a worthy successor to its ancestors. Then they decide to spend some time with some smooth criminals in the star-studded Ocean’s 8, in which Sandra Bullock leads a squad of thieves in – what else? – a daring heist.

Music interlude by Bandage, “Norden.”

Used under Creative Commons license 3.0. Theme music by Alexander Osborn and Lindsey Mysse. Used under Creative Commons license 3.0.


  1. As someone who enjoyed Fallen Kingdom, not for it’s level of dumb but for it’s smarter than it appears premise and execution of that premise, I loved this conversation.

    On one level it accomplishes what the first Jurassic World failed to do, which was call back to the heart of the original film so many years ago, which is really all about our relationship to the dinosaurs and the dinosaurs relationship to us and the world. And this conversation is intended to create a real moral tension which this film does very well.

  2. all in all the movie is full of adventure and some exciting scenes. Jurassic world fallen kingdom is quite frightening when compared to its previous version and will have a sequel to this version as well. Watching this movie will definitely shoot your adrenaline.

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