Highly Suspect Reviews: Jurassic World

I like to think that somewhere Michael Crichton knows that the park he invented is finally open for business. Hopefully not spinning in his grave, but we’re kind of on a split decision on that one.

Isla Nubar is now no longer the prepping for the opening of Jurassic Park that will never happen, but the long since having opened, Jurassic World. Families come from all over the world to visit their dinosaurs, but like every amusement park, if they don’t keep creating bigger and better exhibits, attendance starts to fall off. I can only assume Cretaceous and Triassic Park are big competitors somewhere.

Enter Bryce Dallas Howard who’s working with the eternally insidious InGen corporation to create a new hybrid dinosaur that is bigger and badder than anything they have ‘as-is’ genes for. Why is Chris Pratt the only one who sees that this is a bad idea? I mean, other than everyone watching the movie?

Chris, Ashley, Beau, JC, Sarah and Brian weigh in on the four-quel and the big question: just because they could make another film, they didn’t stop to think whether or not they should


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