Luke has been a film fan since first seeing Jurassic Park at the Odeon in Ipswich, UK back in ’93. The Odeon is gone but the doughy-eyed sense of idealism remains.

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We kick off a new series with something a bit different. After seeing the latest Jurassic movie, Luke and Fletch indulge their inner fanboy with a dissection of what occurred in the 128 minutes run time.

More teeth! More dinosaurs! More subplot! Even more movies to be made! The 21st Century is a wonderful thing that never ceases to underwhelm.

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Further reading:

You can listen to our podcast that celebrates Spielberg’s impact on the franchise as a whole: Jurassic Park’s Sequels: How Do You Solve a Problem Like Crichton and Spielberg – The Electronic Labyrinth Podcast

Luke writes about Why Jurassic Park Isn’t Really About Dinosaurs

Fletch celebrates the craft of Spielberg’s original classic in Many Sensational Shots – Capturing Jurassic Park

We re-examine Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World and find that it may well have been the Jurassic Park movie we needed at the time