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Alexander said:
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is like Terminator, the first movie was good and well-thought, but the sequels basically became mindless action movies.

Terminator 2 was hardly mindless action, it had more emotion than the first. I think the third might apply to your logic though.

T2 was good, but it did contradict the first one. Nothing else was supposed to go back after the originally Terminator and Kyle.

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Chickenman

Jurasic Park 1 was awesome. 2...Eh...3...I've read the kiddie novelezation of, but I've yet to see the movie.

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Andy

No, it didn't contradict.

The parts left behind by the Terminator in the crusher, that ended up in Cyberyne in T2 were what led to the first one coming back.

Besides, due to the time travel issue, the Terminator from T2 (and T3 for that matter) could have been sent back before the one from T1.

In fact, in T1 they say it was a last-chance attempt by the machines to kill Sarah Connor. So T1 is technically the last in the series, with T3 being the first. Which is kinda weird.

T3 did have major contradictions though (such as the age of John Connor):

Buuut this is a Jurasspic Park thread. :p

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starwarsperson

Oh man, "Jurassic Park 4"!?

I'm sorry, I thought this was "Jurassic Park", not "the Never Ending Story". :lol:

I hope they just do better on this one.

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Ayingel

well, obviously, it isn't out....

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Ender

Oh man, "Jurassic Park 4"!?

I'm sorry, I thought this was "Jurassic Park", not "the Never Ending Story". :lol:

Haha, they did make a few of those, didn't they? :lol:

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Ayingel

yeah. like bond. he NEVER dies.

:2gun: :hit::fish::snipe:

*sees a cop and hides the guns*

heh...heh heh...:D:angel: :puppydogeyes:

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starwarsperson

I'm sorry, I thought this was "Jurassic Park", not "the Never Ending Story".

Scratch that, "The Land Before Time".

yeah. like bond. he NEVER dies.

:lol:

I'm sure when they make "James Bond #89" James will go into an embassy and forget why he went in there.

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Ayingel

heh...now that would be funny..and what happens to all those "bond girls" any way...do they find out about each other? that'd be a good bond movie "revenge of the girls."

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Tsl

lmao! Mike! You have to make that movie! :rofl:

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Drake

Hehe. *adds it to his list*

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Guest Bongitybongbong

Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight. Ya know what, I'm feeling generous, you can take a week off and we'll talk about you coming back afterwards

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Mara

Sometimes I wonder if it's even gonna be done.

IMDB says they're still working on a script, but it's slated for a 2009 release date. :p

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Andy

IMDB is useless for anything that you can't find anywhere else anyway. :p

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Mara

Oh, I know. :p

But at the time, I didn't find anywhere else.

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Andy

They probably made it up then ;)

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Mara

It seems the producers have canceled it.

Story.

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Winters

Heavens above... I'm glad.

As a fan of the Jurassic Park series (both books and movies), I'm glad because a fourth movie would have been a downturn, a forced sequal is worse than no sequal at all.

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Chickenman

yeah. like bond. he NEVER dies.

:lol:

I'm sure when they make "James Bond #89" James will go into an embassy and forget why he went in there.

Ohmigod.

He predicted the beginning of Casino Royale! :eek:

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Andy

It seems the producers have canceled it.

Story.

Oh, I knew that ages ago... Forgot to post it sorry. :p

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Mara

I just found it. :p

But, yeah, the article is a few months old.

And, I do agree that it's a good thing they canceled it.

I personally thought it was over after the first movie. :p Or at least the second one. The third was just gratuitous.

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Andy

I wish they'd go back in time and cancel JP/// :p

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Mara

Or even The Lost World. :p

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Mara

See... I am jaded by the book it was based on. :p

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