John Hammond, call your office

Joseph DeMartino

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I can only assume this is a reference to one of the sequels, which only confirms the rightness of my decision to never to watch either of them.


Regards,

Joe
 

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Yep. The Lost World, a horrible piece of filmmaking. I assume the reference is to the scene where the 80-or-so-pound girl swings on a bar and knocks a raptor down long enough to escape.
 

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Don't worry. Just remember that if you are ever stuck in a big kitchen with a bunch of velociraptors...they can't get traction on the slippery tiles.
 

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and they will always slow down and pause for dramatic effect while hunting, so you can use that to your advantage. Who knew they loved the camera so much?
 

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You're too kind. At least the 3rd one was watchable....not great but watchable. The Lost World was utter crap start to finish.
 

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Andrew

I agree while the dts six-track mix on THX laserdisc was incredible, the visual side just sucked!
 

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This is amazing. In the picture, the flesh still looks moist and red. If I had tried to imagine this kind of discovery, the best I could have done would be to have thought that it would be some old, dessicated, leathery, mother of all jerkies.

How can flesh last that long?
 

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