Forget Love Island. The island we love is Isla Nublar, just off the coast of Costa Rica – even if the local wildlife is a little bit hostile (much like Love Island, in fact…)
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, available from Friday 8 March in Sky Cinema on demand. Cert 12. Also available in HD
In a world before YouTube, Twitter and – cherish the thought – South Korean boyband BTS, there was a time when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. Yes, that’s right: it’s 1993. Jurassic Park was the biggest show in town for so many reasons: a shirtless Jeff Goldblum; a T Rex fighting velociraptors; that water cup scene; a brachiosaur with man flu; that chase scene; Samuel L Jackson; that arm scene; and the music. Oh, the music.
If you can watch the bit where Dr Alan Grant (Sam Neill) and Dr Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) look up to see dinosaurs in the flesh for the first time without tingling all over as John Williams’ peerless score kicks in, you’re probably not human. Even dinosaurs would watch that and tear up… if they had tear ducts, that is. And the latest film in the franchise, Fallen Kingdom, will likely also give you a hit of the feels – namely fear.
Directed by JA Bayona, best known for the pant-wettingly terrifying horror The Orphanage, those scare sensibilities are played out in absolute spades here. As Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) return to the now abandoned Isla Nublar park on a rescue mission against the clock, dark forces have some slightly more (read: VERY) disturbing ideas for the dinosaurs.
With the return of Jeff Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm and a new breed of dinosaur that makes the Indominus Rex look like a panda cub wearing an “I heart vegetables” t-shirt, this is one perfect roller coaster ride of thrills and outright scares. Seriously, there’s one scene that’ll have you locking your bedroom door when you go to bed. And then bordering it up. And then leaving the house through the window BECAUSE NOWHERE IS SAFE!
But how well do you know these films? Do you know your Parks from your Worlds? As Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom comes to Sky Cinema, take our fiendishly hard quiz to find out.
Warning: quiz contains spoilers for all five movies
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