TV & Film
"Monster is a relative term. To a canary, a cat is a monster. We're just used to being the cat. RUUUN!” This week on a T-Rex sized episode of The Script, our screenwriters analyze Jurassic World-- the reboot / remake / sequel to the original Jeff Goldblum chaos theory and open shirt vehicle: Jurassic Park (1993). Does Jurassic World pay enough homage to PARK in terms of, not just easter eggs, but dramatic themes? What's the key to escalating set pieces and renewing awe in a monster movie? (HINT: mo' dino-antagonists, mo' problems) How does Jurassic World stack up in the comedy department next to the new generation of Action/Comedy tentpoles like Guardians & Avengers? Do you remember the Steven Spielberg "Rule of Monster Reveal"? JW did. And four white males respond to the Bryce Dallas Howard high-heel controversy. WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE WORLD!
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