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Also, I don't hate Spinosaurus. I understand what they were trying to achieve back then, and it was Spielberg decision after all, in a time where they wanted to give us something new. I understand the outrage with the T-rex killing, but I think that's what they tried to do in order to state how scary and savage spinosaurus was. And it worked for me, as I remember getting that feel of "everything goes" after that scene. Sadly, the rest of the movie became extremely family-friendly and safe after that.
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chris_baños updated his STATUS: 3 months ago

Also, I don't hate Spinosaurus. I understand what they were trying to achieve back then, and it was Spielberg decision after all, in a time where they wanted to give us something new. I understand the outrage with the T-rex killing, but I think that's what they tried to do in order to state how scary and savage spinosaurus was. And it worked for me, as I remember getting that feel of "everything goes" after that scene. Sadly, the rest of the movie became extremely family-friendly and safe after that.
chris_baños updated his STATUS: 3 months ago

I've never considered Jurassic Park III a dreadful sequel, as there is still much to like in it. What brings it down are some very odd choices from the director where he inserts awkward comedy in sequences that otherwise could be epic. Case in point, the final spinosaurus attack. Watching the BTS documentary yesterday, it's sad to see how much work was done to technically achieve a sequence as complex as that one with such a huge animatronic. Joe Johnston had everything to create a great and suspenseful aquatic sequence, but instead opted to make it play alongside the kid and the Barney dancing thing to gain cheap laughs from the audience. He brought too much Jumanji to the equation and robs the scene from any menace it could have. It's almost infuriating.
chris_baños updated his STATUS: 3 months ago

To this day, the sequence that still amazes me in its execution from The Lost World: Jurassic Park, is the rexes attack to the trailers. I mean, it's Spielberg at his best, building slowly the suspense since the moment the baby rex is taken by Sarah and Nick, then the entrance of the parents, the breaking glass, Eddie's feats to save his friends, all of those great action pieces. The arrival of the two rexes at the climax, when Eddie is finally near to save them, is the icing of the cake, and it's amazing up to this day. Spielberg ends the sequence with a low punch for the audience as Eddie is torn apart in what is the most graphic sequence in all the Jurassic movies, and one of the most violent in PG-13 cinema. The fact that it happens to a character that was selflessly doing all he could to save the life of his friends makes it all the worse, and I remember being shocked at the theater when I watched it for the first time. Up until that point, the movie has been all comedy and adv...
timmyd
timmyd at 09:49 AM Jun 09

brilliant sequence , for sure.

chris_baños updated his STATUS: 3 months ago

So guys, how and with whom are you gonna watch Jurassic World for the first time? My top choice would be with my mom if she was still with me :( and for years, I kinda have been thinking about the day I watched another Jurassic movie again and where or with whom I was gonna watch it. In the end, it seems I'm going with new buddies who are also fans, and the second time would be with my dad. The question is if it should be 3D or 2D. Here most of the cinemas will play it in 3D. and the biggest screen is a 4D one. Choices, choices...
JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 08:43 PM Jun 05

I'm seeing it with my fiancee and with WalkAway, but I'm absolutely going with my Dad. He took me 22 years ago to see Jurassic Park and I wouldn't want to watch it any other way - we have a bond of movies together.

Cochise
Cochise at 06:00 AM Jun 06

Not sure, whoever wants to go - would be great to go with a whole bunch of people I think! I'll be seeing it in D-Box 3D most likely. Not sure how much Trevorrow has paid attention to the 3D aspect of it buuut the re-release of JP1 had shockingly good 3D

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Hi guys, made this the other day based in an idea I saw on the Internet. I just couldn't find a wallpaper that made justice to the excitement the child in me feels for the next week. Can't show it full size here, but anyway, I wanted to share it with you.

chris_baños
chris_baños at 06:52 PM Jun 04

I uploaded the original size here for whoever wants it. :) http://krissauruspark.blogspot.mx/

chris_baños updated his STATUS: 3 months ago

Is there gonna be a tropical storm in Jurassic World? I mean, it can't be a Jurassic movie without a big storm.
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JohnnyPHreak at 10:17 AM Jun 04

This is really awsome!

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Glinda
Glinda at 01:45 AM Apr 21

lol That mole kills me.

chris_baños updated his STATUS: over 1 year ago

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was... well, certainly amazing, and this comes from a big skeptic of this reboot. I didn't hate the last one, but this sequel definitely justifies the existence of the new saga, and earned my respect for it. A work of quality in every aspect, and a soundtrack that has haunted me since the night I saw the film. Harry, Electro, Spidey and even Gwen have all emotional or energetic themes. Seems to me the only bad job in this sequel was by the marketing department, as they made it seem dull, generic, and devoid of the true spirit of the movie. Every criticized decision works in favor of the story when you watch it. By the way, this one is definitively worth paying for the 3D.
YoshioKun13
YoshioKun13 at 08:42 PM Apr 19

Interesting.

I've heard from someone who also saw who thought it was a complete mess of a movie......but, who knows. I'll definitely be checking it out upon release. The one thing I really hated about the first ASM was the really crappy score by James Horner. If the sequel can improve upon that, it's already won me over a bit.

chris_baños
chris_baños at 01:56 AM Apr 20

The score is a major improvement over the last one. If you're the kind of guy who notices and enjoys a good soundtrack while watching the movie, you'll have a blast.

chris_baños updated his STATUS: about 2 years ago

Jamie Foxx to EW: "So at one point we were doing this green screen thing, and [Marc Webb] says, 'Just ad-lib something.' And I said, "The itsy-bitsy spider went up the water spout, down came... Electro... and wiped the spider out." Alright, I give up. At this point I'm exhausted of staying in positive denial about this film.
Derek237
Derek237 at 08:08 PM Jul 11

He must have watched the 2002 movie where willem Dafoe says the same damn thing

chris_baños
chris_baños at 08:25 PM Jul 11

Yeah cause you know they are differentiating themselves from the first ones with more grittiness and stuff. Someone should wipe that out before it gets to screens, for the sake of self-respect.

Derek237
Derek237 at 08:30 PM Jul 11

Considering they don't really know wtf they're doing and the first one had like 30 minutes of cut scenes and scrapped plot aspects THAT WE KNOW of, I dunno, that line probably won't make the final film.

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chris_baños updated his STATUS: about 2 years ago

I hope the kid in all of us has an epic time this night. I'd hope we all could watch this film together MFC, you've made the wait for this movie something really special for this fan. Let's believe again!
chris_baños updated his STATUS: about 2 years ago

Just a few hours to see the Man of Steel. To this day, there hasn't been a movie of Zack Snyder I haven't liked, and that includes the universally hated Sucker Punch. I don't care what critics say, somehow I know I'm in for an epic night.
chris_baños updated his STATUS: about 2 years ago

Superman. I see Superman everywhere. Just one more day.
Beauski
Beauski at 05:54 PM Jun 12

Just one more day...

chris_baños updated his STATUS: about 2 years ago

I am not watching the trailer for The Desolation of Smaug because I don't want to see how the dragon looks like until the first time I watch the movie. Heavens help me to achieve this...
JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 06:58 PM Jun 11

Good luck man

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Favorite Superman Movies (that I watched on my Super Marathon)

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1. Superman: The Movie
2. Superman II: The Richard Donner's Cut
3. Superman IV: The Quest For Peace
4. Superman III
5. Superman: Doomsday
6. Superman Unbound
7. All-Star Superman
8. Justice League: Doom
9. Superman/Batman: Apocalypse
10. Superman vs The Elite
11. Superman Returns
12. Superman/Batman: Public Enemies
13. Superman and the Mole Men
14. Honorable Mention: Stupor Duck (yeah, cause it's epic)
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