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The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)

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  • Four years after Jurassic Park's genetically bred dinosaurs ran amok, multimillionaire John Hammond shocks chaos theorist Ian Malcolm by revealing that Hammond has been breeding more beasties at a secret location. Malcolm, his paleontologist ladylove and a wildlife videographer join an expedition to document the lethal lizards' natural behavior in this action-packed thriller.

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    A research team is sent to an island eighty-seven 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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    If you loved the charismatic Doctor Ian Malcolm of the first film, then get ready for him to take centre stage, and immediately have every interesting character trait stripped away! Did the original have you believing dinosaurs walked the Earth with its seamless blend of practical effects and groundbreaking CGI? Too bad! That's gone too! Sense of wonder? Poof! Marvel as each and every actor phones it in over an absurdly bloated runtime in: _Jurassic Park II_! I mean, _Jurassic Park II: The Lost World_... I mean, _The Lost World_! I mean, _The Lost World: Jurassic Park_ for some damn reason. _Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._

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    3 years ago

    This movie is great till the end when the TRex arrives in San Diego. How does a fully grown TRex locked in the cargo hold of a ship kill every one on board?

    3 years ago

    Movie Review: "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" (1997)With the highest attendance of moviegoers in the 1990s at an U.S. domestic opening weekend in May 1997 bringing in the total production budget of 73 Million U.S. Dollars in just three days of exhibition, Director Steven Spielberg returns three years after his fulminate Academy-Award-win of Best Director for "Schindler's List" (1993) at the Oscar Ceremony in its 66th Edition in March 1994, when the sequel to the director's biggest success "Jurassic Park" (1993), which had been also written as novel by author/director Michael Crichton (1942-2008), publishing five years after the first "Jurassic Park" novel from 1990, telling the story of cloned dinosaurs from 65 Million years ago, held for public attractions on an island in the south-east pacific."The Lost World" becomes a dark picture right from the opening scene of an ultra-rich family taking breaks from cruising the Pacific to menacing first dinosaur encounters under little girl as her mother screams, before leading actor Jeff Goldblum reprises his role of philosophical chaos-theory-indulging scientist Dr. Ian Malcolm, who gets triggered by final-on-screen-honors sharing actor/director Richard Attenborough (1923-2014), known for the biopic Best Picture Oscar-winning "Gandhi" (1982), when after 22mins 30sec the initial dinosaur-action scene takes place with further supporting cast from actress Juliane Moore as ex-girlfriend Sarah and Vince Vaughn as the character of Nick Van Owen, the sabotage-beneficiary as well as animal-freeing nature activist, who comes to short-end character arcs over show-stealing actor Pete Postlethwaite (1946-2011) as great-big-five hunter Roland Tembo, who performs with such conviction by confronting a T-Rex single-handed with his rifle in an highlighted Full-Shot created by cinematographer Janusz Kaminiski and the digital engineers at Lucasfilm Ltd. affiliate Industrial, Light & Magic (ILM), which together with the nowadays more-disappearing live-action-animatronics by the Stan Winston Studio group had been raising the bare for contemporary visual effects in a still eye-catching summer event movie spectacle.Music, production design and an cut-down 150-Minute-editorial to the theatrical 120-Minute final cut by editor and Spielberg trustee Michael Kahn present some weakening as mood-breaking moments, especially in the 10-Minute climax scene of cliffhanging protagonists under hammering attacks of two Tyrannosaurus Rex in heavy rain, constant mud-sprinkles and major product placement of the Mercedes-Benz car manufacturer, when humor on ordering fast food in life-threatening times of action gets in the way on order to dismantle shear unbearable beats of pressuring suspense, when I wished that the picture had been staying true to menacing as venturing soundscapes by sound effects editor Teresa Eckton and her associates, when the doubled showdown-overthrown screenplay adaptation by writer David Koepp gives one too many escape routes for Director Steven Spielberg to abandon hard-boiled thrills in covered-up methods of bloody R-rated violence, to become any family's hard candy of nevertheless splendidly-paced dark-matter actions of adventure. © 2018 Felix Alexander Dausend (Cinemajesty Entertainements LLC)

    3 years ago

    The Lost World is by most measures a somewhat decent blockbuster that is still able to offer a few punchy thrills despite its age, but lacks the sense of awe and wonder that defined the original, leaving something that feels empty and hollow by comparison.The story in The Lost World is perhaps the single weakest point. The book its nominally based on of the same name carried a similar air of obligatory sequel that clearly sprouted from a desire to cash in on the success of the original rather than to expand meaningfully on it. Despite the workmanlike prose and comically over-the-top violence though, Crichton's sequel did at least offer some degree of substance with its long passages of scientific posturing. However incongruous and rambling it may have been, it gave the book enough meat to keep you reading.The film strips this out and instead replaces it with irritating stock characters and pointless action. There's not a single dinosaur attack in this movie that isn't brought on by the character's own stupidity. This might be fine, but the screenplay doesn't seem to be aware of this and instead seems to expect us to root for these idiots, despite the fact that their actions are responsible for most of the deaths in this movie. And though Goldblum and Postlethwaite bring charm and weight to their roles (the latter playing perhaps the only intriguing character in this film), they're not enough to save the film's convoluted and muddled storyline from descending into mediocrity.As for the action scenes themselves, they're of somewhat mixed quality. Most just feel contrived and forgettable, paling compared to the original. However, there are at least three particular scenes that stand out from the rest - the cracking window, the long grass and the harbour scene. These scenes are worthy of anything the first film could offer - tense, exciting, imaginative, awe-inspiring. I'd even go as far as to say that they're good enough to redeem the film and make it watchable, however much the story becomes mired in uneven messages.The effects here are another highlight, despite the 97 CGI starting to show its age. Tthe dinos here are every bit as lifelike and terrifying to behold as they were in the original. But then why does this film still feel so lacking in awe? Even discounting the sequel problem, the whole film is rudderless, never sure if it's trying to convey a deeper environmental message or just be a dumb action film. The result is less a seamless blend than a stitched-together mashup, falling flat as both.For me, The Lost World is the nadir of the Jurassic franchise. It has neither the awe of the original, the simple entertainment of the third, nor the big-budget-action of the fourth. It's not an outright bad movie, not quite - there are some truly fantastic moments, a handful of good performances, and the dinosaurs are as cool as one could hope for. Ultimately though, The Lost World would probably have been better off staying that way.

    4 years ago

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    3 years ago

    Steven Spielberg returned to direct this sequel,(loosely) based on the Michael Crichton novel that sees Jeff Goldblum returning as Dr. Ian Malcolm, who is enlisted by John Hammond(Richard Attenborough again) to return to Jurassic Park(though on previously unmentioned Site B) to study the dinosaur population, and also to rescue another team, which includes a former flame of his(played by Julianne Moore). He reluctantly agrees, and after locating her, finds to their disgust that the company INGEN has allowed hunting parties to take place, where big-game hunters(led by Pete Postlethwaite) stalk and kill dinosaurs, though the tables would of course be turned...Good sequel has equally effective F/X and terrifying story, though a few too many characters; the twist toward the end is surprising and entertaining, though some poor editing leaves a big plot hole aboard the discovered freighter...still, a worthy sequel that holds up today.

    3 years ago

    Not quite as good as the first one only because several of the first movie cast was not in it. Sam Neill, Laura Dern are two that come to mind. This is still an excellent movie. Jeff Golblum is back as Doctor Ian Malcolm and does his usual good job. His character is still insightful and more importantly he still gets some humorous lines as well. Julianne Moore plays a very tunnel vision doctor that is more interested in the animals than in her own survival, at least at times. One of the not so good guys that are also on this island if the hunter played by Pete Postlethwaite. He is there for the protection but his personal objective is to bag a big one. Well it turns out he gets bagged.

    3 years ago

    The Lost World takes place 4 years after the disaster in the original Jurassic Park with Ian Malcolm discovering from John Hammond that there is a second island full of dinosaurs waiting to be exploited by the New heads of Ingen.  So with the help of his friends, Malcolm tries to stop them in order to keep the dinosaurs from not only being exploited but to save his girlfriend who is also on the island. With that action comes the danger and mayhem that you would expect from a sequel to Jurassic Park. Jeff Goldblum shines once again as Ian Malcolm and Richard Attenborough shines once again in a extended cameo. The new cast starting with Julianne Moore is good as well and the tension and action is up a notch from the original Jurassic Park. What hurts this film a little is it's climax at The San Diego Zoo that is a bit too over the top but regardless, Spielberg's magic is still evident and it still delivers. 8/10

    3 years ago

    The Lost World: Jurassic Park continues the story of John Hammond as he summons chaos theorist Ian Malcolm to his home with some startling information, while nearly everything at his Jurassic Park had been destroyed, his engineers happened to have a second site, where other dinosaurs were kept in hiding. It seems the dinosaurs on the second island are alive and well and even breeding; and Hammond wants Malcolm to observe and document the reptiles before Hammond's financiers can get to them. Still directed by Steven Spielberg, we are brought a sequel to one of the most iconic films on the 90's, this sequel still brings the fun, humor and as much as you expect, more Dinosaurs. We are still brought the glimmering sight of the animatronics dinosaurs and some CGI ones as well, but Spielberg really took the time to make these reptilians so fundamental and pure. Besides the dinosaurs, Jeff Goldblum is another extravagant aspect of this film, he makes the film so jocular with his corny charisma, he really was the standing point for me in this. The film I will say does suffer from some pretty cringeworthy moments from some nonsensical dialogue and scenes that will make you sigh from incredulity. One reason I'm really grateful with this film is that we get to know more about the characters we come to know and love from the first film, I just love knowing more about characters that come to grow on you and just have a pleasure participating with there time. The action in this really dominates, it makes the storyline shift more to a side of the film that makes it more compelling than you think it'll be, it gives more fun to a story that you wouldn't expect to variate. Even though there isn't much strong tense moments, there are occasions where it can get pretty nerve racking, from malicious destruction from rapid creatures to violent beings, there is still a lot of excitement to take from and have fun with but at least it isn't dispiriting. Overall, The Lost World may not be as perfect as its predecessor but it's still one of the most fun sequels that we have been given in such a long time. We are still brought corny aspects, Jeff Goldblum, Dinosaurs, humor & even amusing action. TLW certainly delivers another roaring experience!

    3 years ago

    I had fun entertainment I enjoy Dinosaur T-Rex in a city San Diego the chase and eating people, I had fun with that sequence. We have pure entertainment decent action - adventure thrill ride San Diego is a satisfying finale for me. Sarah shoots a tranquilizer dart at T-Rex, and Malcolm closes the hold's doors at the ship cargo that scene was a bad-ass awesome. Julianne Moore as Dr. Sarah Harding was good in this movie, I like her she was one of the reason I like watching this movie and I still will watch it. Jeff Goldblum as Ian Malcolm was decent and likable I like him. Pretty good special effects, the CGI work for 1997 are pretty decent they are some nice practical effects as well.I had fun entertainment with the sequence where Jeff Goldblum, Julianne Moore and Vince Vaughn are in this vehicle and it is been pushed off the cliff. No sequence was there after they get out of there, I like that sequence. Ian, Sarah and Kelly are fighting a group of raptors that have chased them into the facility I like that sequence. You see on a rooftop Sarah holding and raptor try's to eat her and she tricks him so that raptor falls down on another raptor and they start fighting each other I like that sequence.The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) is a decent action adventure film at best decent sequel to a classic Jurassic Park, I enjoy it. This is a good decent movie but it is my third favorite film of the three. It is miles way better than Jurassic World I enjoy this movie more than that movie and Jurassic Park III, I like the third Jurassic Park but I enjoy this one more.I love Pete Postlethwaite as Roland Tembo as famous animal hunter he was awesome, I seriously I love the actor and his character. R.I.P. I really miss the actor I love his lines. He was the only one who capture the T-Rex and survived in this movie I enjoy the character so much I miss the actor.Steven Spielberg return to direct this movie and he was good I love his direction and his vision about the movie. Michael Crichton write another book to original classic novel and movie Jurassic Park. So this movie was based on his book and I have enjoy the film I watch it now the second time around. It is not better movie than the first one but a solid sequel.John Williams did return as music composer and he did return with his theme music score, not a bad music score.Returning Richard Attenborough as John Hammond was a good idea I like his character but I wish his character would have more to do, but he was only in a cameo scene. R.I.P. I also miss the actor it is a shame the actor also passed away.Steven Spielberg did not a bad job directing the film, I like his direction in this movie. Not a bad direction I love the jungle on a B site island.The Lost World: Jurassic Park it is my third personal favorite film of the trilogy, still I will watch it. I wish there would be more dinosaurs in this more, action sequences like the first movie had. More fast pacing not slow, more interesting story and so on. Not a bad movie tough I like it was entertaining and I enjoy had fun with it.

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