Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
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Owen Grady: Nervous flyer?
Franklin Webb: Would you ride a-a thousand pound horse that's been abused all its life?
Owen Grady: I rode my motorcycle through the jungle with a pack of raptors.
Franklin Webb: We're not compatible.
(00:21:50)

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Claire Dearing: Be careful, okay?
Owen Grady: If I don't make it back, remember... you're the one who made me come. I'll be all right.
(00:30:40)

Claire: This is Lockwood's estate.
Owen: He must have a big ass garage.
(01:08:00)

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Eli Mills: You never thought how many millions a trained predator might be worth?

Ian Malcolm: Genetic power has now been unleashed. You can't put it back in the box.

Ian Malcolm: These creatures were here before us. And if we're not careful... they're going to be here after. Life cannot be contained. We're gonna have to adjust to new threats that we can't imagine. We've entered a new era. Welcome... to Jurassic World. (01:57:35)

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Continuity mistake: When Ken Wheatley is pointing his tranquilizer gun at Zia after he shot Owen, he puts the gun in his left hand and uses his right hand to wave his men down, but mid wave, the camera cuts to a different angle and he is waving with his left hand while holding the gun in his right hand. (00:30:00)

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Trivia: The way that the Indoraptor portrays itself behind the window and touches the floor with its claw in Maisie's room is a nod to the original Jurassic Park. (01:44:10)

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Question: What is up with the auction scene? Knowing that dinosaurs are unpredictable, why would they want to sell them off anyway? What were people planning on doing with them; keep them as pets? Build their own park? Use them against their enemies? This scene makes no sense and plus, even with them able to make more and more dinosaurs, why keep selling them at all? I'm sorry for all the questions but this scene is just weird for me.

Answer: They were sold for the sole purpose of making hundreds of millions of dollars from the auction and future sales. The buyers had different reasons for wanting them: weaponizing them, for trophy hunting, private zoos, etc. The buyers' zeal in wanting such exotic animals overruled their sensibilities regarding how dangerous the dinosaurs were and the extreme conditions needed to manage them.

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