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  1. #21
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    They're animals. They're big and scaly, but they're no harder to kill than an elephant. The only ones that would survive among humans would be the compys, as they seem to reproduce rapidly, they'd be a pest and at worst they would make some birds and insects extinct. Anything larger than that would be dead within the week.
    I think the velociraptors would do pretty good.

  2. #22
    Whats the point of a Jurassic Park tv show/film if nobody can die in it? Especially when it looks like they spent all the CGI budget on the Dinosaurs and so paid a couple interns with experience to make the humans.

  3. #23
    the trailer, lots of dinos



    coming to Netflix September 18th

    oh, that's next friday!

  4. #24
    well, that was sooner than I expected..


    Season 2 Trailer | JURASSIC WORLD CAMP CRETACEOUS | NETFLIX

    Jurassic World
    Dec 15, 2020



    Adapt. Evolve. Survive. Everything's at stake in all new episodes of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, coming to Netflix on January 22nd.

  5. #25
    dino graphics haf improved, Rexxy looks scary


    Sneaking Into the T-Rex Nest | JURASSIC WORLD CAMP CRETACEOUS | NETFLIX

    Jurassic World
    Jan 13, 2021


  6. #26
    just watched ep2 and that Sammy who wanted to free the predator from its cage, I would have slapped her, how can anyone be so dumb?.."but they are a family!" yeah, a family that eats humans...

    I am on ep3 and that whole watering hole idea was just dumb, you still need to keep your distance, what kind of dumbass messages does this send? I hope nobody is stupid enough to try this with lions in some reserve in africa after having seen this..or they get taken out by a crocodile

    Kenji with his deadly weapon, the almighty plastic knife xD

    Having seen the rest, this whole woke crusade to "save the dinosaurs" or rather one from each species from getting shot, just went too far, not like they kill each other anyways n die eventually?..they blew their only escape from the island to be "heroes" felt so over the top..

    Dork boy riding bumpy was cool, but that growth rate was too much...I wonder what new dinosaur gets loose at the end, some new hybrid? a new I-Rex? or a huge Spino, it would be about time to re-introduce a spino...although the island will blow up so it'll die anyways eventually..

    How the male hunter died, seriously neither of them being hunters had a knife? How were they going to get all those heads they were going to collect? Chew them off?...


    Show, was alright, entertaining at least. Not better than the 1st season..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ihavewaffles View Post
    just watched ep2 and that Sammy who wanted to free the predator from its cage, I would have slapped her, how can anyone be so dumb?.."but they are a family!" yeah, a family that eats humans...

    I am on ep3 and that whole watering hole idea was just dumb, you still need to keep your distance, what kind of dumbass messages does this send? I hope nobody is stupid enough to try this with lions in some reserve in africa after having seen this..or they get taken out by a crocodile

    Kenji with his deadly weapon, the almighty plastic knife xD

    Having seen the rest, this whole woke crusade to "save the dinosaurs" or rather one from each species from getting shot, just went too far, not like they kill each other anyways n die eventually?..they blew their only escape from the island to be "heroes" felt so over the top..

    Dork boy riding bumpy was cool, but that growth rate was too much...I wonder what new dinosaur gets loose at the end, some new hybrid? a new I-Rex? or a huge Spino, it would be about time to re-introduce a spino...although the island will blow up so it'll die anyways eventually..

    How the male hunter died, seriously neither of them being hunters had a knife? How were they going to get all those heads they were going to collect? Chew them off?...


    Show, was alright, entertaining at least. Not better than the 1st season..
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  8. #28
    My Thoughts On Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous SEASON 2 - Spoiler Review.

    Klayton Fioriti
    Jan 24, 2021

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPF64bBegBc

    Season 2 of Netflix's Jurassic World show, Camp Cretaceous has just come out! The kids are stuck in the park and the dinosaurs are everywhere! Bumpy, Rexy, Blue and a whole lot of other animals are taking over and a sinister group of hunters upset a family of Baryonyx. Here are my spoiler filled thoughts on the new episodes! Hope you all enjoy!

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Kaleredar View Post
    I really, really disagree.

    That would just... so destroy the first movie. Knowing that in the same world as the first film, that sort of nonsense exists.


    The Jurassic park sequels aren't good, but at least I can believe that they all occur within the same "universe" as the first movie. But pushing it into total campy B-movie territory with human-dino hybrid nonsense kind of retroactively... denigrates... the first film in concept.
    Did you read the book? That is absolutely something that fits into the universe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lothal View Post
    Did you read the book? That is absolutely something that fits into the universe.
    Having read both multiple times, neither book alludes to human-Dino hybrids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaleredar View Post
    Having read both multiple times, neither book alludes to human-Dino hybrids.
    Aside from the fact that the dinosaurs were already chimeras?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas82 View Post
    Aside from the fact that the dinosaurs were already chimeras?
    Yes.

    Because replacing specific genes with frog genes to serve as a plot foil to allow the dinosaurs to breed and thus illustrate the foolishness of man in thinking they can control nature is an actually good narrative twist that serves the ultimate message of the books and first film.

    And human-Dino hybrids is a conceptually dumbfucking stupid idea. That’s some scifi channel original movie nonsense right there.


    I don’t want movies to be bad. I don’t want to get the feeling that the director is saying “people will pay to see this cgi schlock, now sit down and watch it and shut up.” I don’t want movies like that to be made or encouraged.

    There is no universe where “human-Dino hybrids” does not acquiesce into that kind of a movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaleredar View Post
    Yes.

    Because replacing specific genes with frog genes to serve as a plot foil to allow the dinosaurs to breed and thus illustrate the foolishness of man in thinking they can control nature is an actually good narrative twist that serves the ultimate message of the books and first film.

    And human-Dino hybrids is a conceptually dumbfucking stupid idea. That’s some scifi channel original movie nonsense right there.


    I don’t want movies to be bad. I don’t want to get the feeling that the director is saying “people will pay to see this cgi schlock, now sit down and watch it and shut up.” I don’t want movies like that to be made or encouraged.

    There is no universe where “human-Dino hybrids” does not acquiesce into that kind of a movie.
    Yeah, it’s fucking stupid to be able to cross classes. Wait. They already did. And they’ve been planning on this direction for more than a decade soooooo.... maybe the franchise has jumped the shark for you.

  14. #34
    So it's an animated show on Netflix with dino-human hybrids... but it's still too much of a risk to update the dinosaurs to accurately have feathers?

    Have they even started properly calling the "Velociraptor" Deinonychus?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas82 View Post
    Yeah, it’s fucking stupid to be able to cross classes. Wait. They already did. And they’ve been planning on this direction for more than a decade soooooo.... maybe the franchise has jumped the shark for you.
    Seeing as the main premise of the Jurassic Park series is roughly "man and his hubris vs nature," I really don't see how "man and his hubris vs man, but also part dinosaur" fits into that.

    Like I said. I want good movies, not bad ones. Moreover, I want to see dinosaurs in my dinosaur movies, not rejects from the Species storyboards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaleredar View Post
    Seeing as the main premise of the Jurassic Park series is roughly "man and his hubris vs nature," I really don't see how "man and his hubris vs man, but also part dinosaur" fits into that.

    Like I said. I want good movies, not bad ones. Moreover, I want to see dinosaurs in my dinosaur movies, not rejects from the Species storyboards.
    Because it fits in perfectly with the rather tried and true concept of genetically-engineered super-humans and the consequences such things have on society? The story is still fundamentally the same: humans are playing with nature in ways they don't fully grasp the consequences of and, SURPRISE! consequences happen.

    Ultimately though, the genetic engineering element of Jurassic Park is one of its biggest flaws. The same end goal "man and his hubris..." could have been accomplished with simple cloning. "Oh we found dino DNA perfectly preserved, lucky us!" and the movies would have played out more or less the same. But the underlying "we found dino DNA, but it was flawed so we discovered how to splice dna" leaves room for all the "hybrid dinos" and ultimately, hybrid humans. Because if we can combine two completely different species (dinosaurs and frogs) and then combine two of the same species (two dinosaurs) and then combine dinosaurs with multiple other species (cuttlefish and whatnot) then humanity experimenting with human DNA is completely believable. In fact Jurassic Park (the in-world amusement park) does the heavy lifting for being a suitable base for humanity to start by being the test-bed for DNA manipulation.

    So yeah, if you're upset about dino-human hybrids being dumb, okay. But unrealistic? Nah, that ball was set rolling in the first movie when they decided to say "We revived dinosaurs because we discovered how to manipulate DNA!" instead of "oh yeah it's just cloning, lucky us."
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    So do people die in this show? If not im not interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chickat View Post
    So do people die in this show? If not im not interested.
    Haven't watched it but, I mean.....it's a kids show? I wouldn't expect Airbender level storytelling, and they were conservative about even bad guys dying.

    So no, I wouldn't expect people to die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nynax View Post
    Haven't watched it but, I mean.....it's a kids show? I wouldn't expect Airbender level storytelling, and they were conservative about even bad guys dying.

    So no, I wouldn't expect people to die.
    I understand that, I guess im not the target audience. It doesn't make much sense to not have death in a JP show but oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunseeker View Post
    So yeah, if you're upset about dino-human hybrids being dumb, okay.
    Yeah, that's pretty much it.

    And I'm not upset so much as I'm... disappointed. Disappointed were hundreds of millions of dollars to be pissed away on making something with no spark of being decent. It'd be like saying "Oh hey look, Michael Bay is making another transformers movie! What's the plot? Who cares; shut up and sit down and watch 200 million dollars wasted on drek!" and saying people shouldn't call it out for being stupid because "well it's transformers and it's giant robots fighting; why expect it to be good?"

    As for the "tonality" of it, like I said... the dinosaurs being a narrative for the primeval force of nature that man, in his hubris, foolishly tries to control is a pretty good metaphor and more or less runs throughout all of the Jurassic park films. I don't really buy how people intentionally making human-dinosaur hybrids... for some god-only-knows-why plot reason... fits that narrative, or at least, even attempts to fit that narrative well. Jurassic World was lame, but at least it also started with the premise that corporate greed (the reason the I. Rex was created) drives humanity once more into pushing the boundaries of what they think they can control, and having nature overwhelm them because of it. Again, that idea wasn't executed very well, but at least the bare bones of something, ANYTHING, was there.
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