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The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
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Steven Spielberg
Jeff Goldblum as Dr. Ian Malcolm
Julianne Moore as Dr. Sarah Harding
Pete Postlethwaite as Roland Tembo
Richard Attenborough as John Hammond
Vince Vaughn as Nick Van Owen
Arliss Howard as Peter Ludlow
Vanessa Lee Chester as Kelly Curtis Malcolm
Peter Stormare as Dieter Stark
Harvey Jason as Ajay Sidhu
Richard Schiff as Eddie Carr
Thomas F. Duffy as Dr. Robert Burke
Joseph Mazzello as Tim Murphy
Ariana Richards as Lex Murphy
Storyline: A research team is sent to an island miles away from the previous home of Jurassic Park, to document and photograph the now liberated dinosaurs. However, InGen the BioEngineering company has sent another larger team to the same island to catch, sedate, and transport some dinosaurs to San Diego where they will be used in a new Jurassic Park location. But life always finds a way. Will both teams return to the mainland with successful findings? Or will another tragedy occur?
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Entertaining enough. But Lacks Something From The First One
It's a good movie, and nice way to distract yourself for a few hours. But it is not nearly as well put together as the first movie in this series. The original Jurassic Park had scenes that were so classic, so breathtakingly suspenseful, that it would be almost impossible to top them. Also, the first movie did a wonderful job of mixing the bright and sunny scenes while contrasting it with the dark and rainy ones. I felt The Lost World was a lot darker and didn't take enough time to show off the beauty of the Island. One exceptional moment for me in this film was the window glass cracking scene when they were dangling over the cliff. That was unique and breathtaking suspense. It was scarier than the dinosaurs, actually, which is kind of sad. Still, all in all, not a bad movie. It just lacks something from the first one.
An extraordinary action film, but could have been better.
I think that Lost World is fantastic; it has lots of action, great special effects, a wonderful score by John Williams (which is darker than the first movie),great sound effects,but i think that the whole sequence of San Diego has nothing to do with the entire movie. But still a good movie , and a decent production.

I'm shocked about find out, that many people think that JP3 is much better.It's impossible that someone could think like that. I was in the movie theater watching it, and it is completely absurd and boring,at least Lost World has a more exciting ending.JP3 ends, and you think: "That's it?".

Lost World has flaws, but not as many as JP3, so if you want to see a great adventure with a lot of heart pump action see Lost World.
Good sequel. Very well thought out.
Jurassic park 2 was very thought out an d impressed me greatly when i went to watch this film in the pictures. Judging this film to be poor because it is a sequel, the directors at Universal Studios proved me wrong. You really need to see this movie first if you want to see JP3. One of the best sequels i have seen. Not pleased about JP3 though.
Entertaining and unbelievable
As entertaining, and as unbelievable, as the first is Spielberg's return to rampant, DNA induced Dino's, "The Lost World".

I guess a sequel was inevitable, as is the final twenty minutes of this film. Surprises are supplied in the script, yet most of the action sequences lack imagination. Only the very early scenes impress, the initial encounters being at times thrilling, especially the scene in which the T-Rex's shove twin trailers over a cliff.

Special effects again take the limelight, but we've seen it all before, so the affect is diminished. John Williams score makes a welcome return, and his aural composition is supported by great cinematography.

Dr. Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) returns from "Jurassic Park", and is now the hero of the moment. Goldblum plays well the mathematician who is decidedly unenthusiastic about being among the deadly dinosaurs. Much more keen is his new g.f., played by the likable Julianne Moore. She is the palaeontologist who volunteers to observe the dinosaurs in their natural habitat and make recordings for entrepreneur Sir Richard Attenborough. Vince Vaughn forms part of this passive group. Heading up an opposing, aggressive band who plan to capture and export the beasts is Pete Postlethwaite, portraying most enjoyably the great white hunter who longs to stalk a male T-Rex.

Leave it to Spielberg to recreate the excitement, drama and thrills of the first film. A shame about the closing thirty minutes though.

Sunday, July 13, 1997 - Knox District Centre
Here Come the Money Shots!!
Here comes the sequel to an epic. Steven Spielberg is back and what we get is a mixed bag. I saw it as a kid and naturally loved it. But as we grow older, so do our knowledge and need for probing. Some cast members did not return and weren't even referenced to at all in the story but other aspects in this film make up for it. Jeff Goldblum does reprise his role and I'm quite happy about that. Julian Moore and Vince Vaughn star here, but to me the actor who really caught my eye was Pete Postlethwaite, as Roland. In terms of story this film was definitely built as a thriller. A lot of the story is non-sensible, as I'm sure you've read. The boat somehow guiding itself back to the exact spot where it was destined via no pilot (or maybe auto-pilot…), an experienced mercenary on an island full of flesh-eating dinosaurs wandering off just to take a leak, with Juan listening to his MP3 trying to catch a baby dinosaur when I'm sure you heard its enraged father is right behind him…eh, the list goes on give or take. Basically this purely a money-shot type of film. We do see a bit of a deeper side to Goldblum's character and that does add a bit of zest to it all. A lot of the other characters are mildly gone into, just barely enough to get a sense of who they are. But suckers like me to this day end up caring for them. Ha-ha Decent characterization at best.

Once again a riveting score by John Willams, but in all fairness we get no real time to appreciate it. The SFX of course good as can possibly be, but we established that in the first movie. In America what movie doesn't have good SFX? That's why I don't care when people say Godzilla films SFX are terrible. Because I LOVE dinosaurs I give it a 7.9, around a near B-, but no doubt still a keeper by far. I proudly own the DVD as part of my collection.
Jurassic Park III was better than this
A lot of people love to criticize JP3 for a number of reasons, like repeating the last movie or hyping up the Spinosaur so much but in my personal opinion, I think JP3 captures that "theme park movie" feel much better than The Lost World does.

For one thing, this is a much darker film. I don't just mean how most of the movie takes place at night, but the while the body-count in the original was merely implied, we never really got to see the carnage - in fact, I think there were only three people we saw dying on screen, and not only that, but there were only four confirmed kills in the whole movie. Meanwhile there are dozens of people slaughtered in this film quite explicitly - not necessarily bloody, but it's quite obvious those guys didn't make it. There's also the aspect of the "cold corporate greed" which reduces John Hammond to a bit part, and makes InGen far more villainous than Dennis Nedry could ever dream of being. I suppose there is some conservationist argument that could be made that makes so many of the victims supposedly less sympathetic, but outside of like one guy who faces a very ironic fate, most of them just struck me as guys doing a job.

Then there's a couple of really gaping plot holes without any good explanation for them that really strike as deliberately done just so the plot could proceed in a specific way, such as a character who gets a whole establishing scene to show us he knows his profession, ignoring a pretty massive Chekhov's gun - and you can't even just pretend he missed it, because he's the one who draws attention to it! So after a lot of plot contrivances and characters acting like idiots, I have to be totally honest, the scene with the animal control department vehicle speeding away from the scene is still funny to this day. A glimmer light in this terribly mediocre sequel, I suppose.
One of the worst of all time
Many of the flaws and plot holes of this movie have already been mentioned by others. I would only want to know: the people who wrote this, were actually paid in the end? If so, what a rip off! For starters, how can anybody think that one of the most climatic moments of an horror movie concerning dinos should be a sequence showing the three main characters hanging from a rope over a cliff, for a looongg fifteen or twenty minutes? How in the world two or three of the foremost specialists in wild life blatantly ignore what any 8-year old kid coming out of a showing of Gorgo (1951) could have readily told them, that to bring a baby T-rex to their trailer is definitively a no-no? And how, such a big enterprise as ENGEN, which has the money to invest in a safari which includes a bunch of world class specialists, at the same time does not have a few dollars to spare, to get decent locks for the cages, something that they could have easily gotten at any Wal Mart, Dollarama, for a few dollars? And so on.
Wasn't there some kind of book at one point?
**SPOILERS**One of my biggest complaints with this movie was the tagline "Something has survived." So? Why wouldn't something have survived? As I recall at the end of Jurassic Park everyone just evacuates the island and leaves the dinosaurs to themselves so of course something has survived. Now if you read the book where they bomb the island back to the stone age (no pun intended) it would make sense that everything should have been dead. Then they go on to tell us that it was based on Michael Crichton's book. Could someone please tell me which parts? (spoilers) First of all the opening scene where the girl gets attacked by the compys is actually the beginning to the FIRST book. What was up with that? Then when we get into the plot the ONLY character that even remotely resembled his character from the book was Ian Malcolm. The rest of the characters were either one character's name transplanted onto another's personality or completely made up for the movie such as the ENTIRE expedition that was attempting to capture live dinosaurs. Then at the end that whole T-Rex rampage through town, what moron thought that would be a good idea? Another element that never happend in the book. O.K. I understand that movies are basically never exactly like the book, but shouldn't there have been at least ONE scene from the book included in the movie? The only one I can remember is the T-Rexs kicking the trailers off the cliff and the kicking of the trailers was the only thing about that scene that was correct nothing else. One last question: What was the high hide hanging from?

"Gentleman, you can't fight in here! This is the war room!"
A solid sequel to a classic
This is a solid follow up to a classic dinosaur crisis movie. I remember watching this movie at the theater as a kid and enjoying the heck out of it. As a kid I just really found this film to be mesmerizing, exciting and entertaining. Watching it now I still found it to be a enthralling and fun movie to watch. The plot is coherent and the sense of action and excitement with the story is put together very well. There is a lot of good ideas and settings when it comes to the dinosaurs and human interactions and action sequences. It all melds together in the good old fashion Spielberg style. To the point it was thrilling from beginning to end. Most of the characters was coherent with the story and it was nice to see Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) as the main lead this time around, since he was a likable character in the first "Jurassic Park" movie. Although the actress that played Ian's daughter was pretty bad when it comes to the acting department, at least in this film. Overall this movie is most definitely a worthwhile watch and it's one of those films I don't get why some reviewers bash on it.

Takes itself too seriously
*Spoilers* The visual effects and the idea behind the movie were as good, if not better, as the original Jurassic Park.

The actual characters and the plot, however, weren't. Here's something that stood out: a baby T-Rex is injured, and so Dr. Sarah Harding (Julianne Moore's character) decides that taking it over to the trailer to fix its leg is the best thing to do. Vince Vaughn's character doesn't really seem to mind; he just helps her. Earlier in the film, Sarah said she was sure she can prove that father T-Rexes, as well as the mothers, care for and protect their young. Therefore, why does she not stay as far away from the baby T-Rex as possible? Even if she is suicidal, which she isn't, does she not remember that not only is her new assistant, her boyfriend Malcolm, and his daughter on the island, but so are other people. She's putting everyone around her in danger just so she can nurse the animal. Sorry... human lives really aren't worth one T-Rex.

The result? Sarah, her boyfriend, and her assistant all nearly die when the adult T-Rexes push their trailer over a cliff. Instead, the man who keeps persisting in trying to pull the trailer back with a rope attached to his car, even when T-Rexes come and surround him, is then ripped apart. Way to go. Yet the only time this is discussed in the movie is when Malcolm asks

the "real" villain not to refer to the T-Rexes as "feeding," as this would dehumanize the man's sacrifice of his life. But did Malcolm bother to yell at his girlfriend for being, well, a little less caring about other people? The movie took itself and its attempts at morals a little too seriously.
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