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There are three distinct variations of Velociraptor which were cloned by InGen, not counting sexual dimorphism seen within each individual version. However, despite the surface level variations, each sub-species remains relatively similiar in terms of physical attributes. Each species is roughly 6 feet tall…

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‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Looks Hauntingly Beautiful and This Gallery of over 90 Uncompressed Images Is All You Need!

The final ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ has arrived, and it’s filled with stunning shots. For your viewing pleasure, we’ve amassed a massive gallery of uncompressed HD screenshots from the ProRes file.

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42 thoughts on “‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Looks Hauntingly Beautiful and This Gallery of over 90 Uncompressed Images Is All You Need!

    1. I feel for you. My internet connection is terrible and while I can view these images, it taken them a few minutes to all load. I was held in suspense!

  1. I’m loving the atmosphere represented in this trailer. The intimate relationships with the dinosaurs feel quite chilling and I’m eagerly waiting for June.

  2. I am sorry to say that. But I am lacking words on how incredibly stupid that Mosasaur is. It looks like it has become even bigger than it was iin JW. If you compare it to the surfers or the man it snatches, the jaws alone might be six or seven meters long. The whole thing is bigger than a yacht!! For comparison, the real Mosasaur was estimated to be around 17 meters in length. Even if they say, a cloned animal with growth hormones might reach a bigger size, it’s just hilariously overdone. I don’t buy any explanation. Imagine Spielberg did the same with the T-Rex, that girl might have been Godzilla-sized and we would have laughed our a* off in 1993.

      1. You should do a bit about your self-confidence. If you enjoy your movie any less just because I think the Mosasaur is ridiculous, that’s your problem, not mine. Go and look for people that adore just everything that happens. I bet if the T-Rex was thirty meters tall and covered in pink fur you’d defend it as well. As for myself, I can and will enjoy the movie. But I can afford an opinion, and this is: I don’t like the Mosasaur for a reason. So, I am sorry that these kind of thoughs bothers you so much. Otherwise, acknowledge my argument and admit that I have a point. That’s often the case when people react aggressively towards critics. So I take I have found a sore spot there.

        1. I don’t think they need to do any assessment of their self confidence.
          The problem is they have to put up with boring complaints like yours, that actually don’t make any sense. That’s right, despite the confidence in your post, it is actually you that needs to assess what your problem is. Let me explain. Your issue with this Mosasaur is that it is bigger than a real life Mosasaur would have been, but the entire film is fiction, and it would be impossible for the Mosasaur to even exist within the film, if the film, yes, a film, was supposed to be based on strict reality. So if that bothers you, the entire thing should be entirely offensive to you, why single out the Mosasaur? Defeated by your own logic. You shouldn’t like this film altogether. So you can indeed have any opinion you want, but the problem is in the fact that despite your self assurance, I’m here to tell you, that because of flawed logic behind the opinion, it doesn’t make sense. Therefore you don’t have a good reason, and you don’t have a point. You need to acknowledge this why people are finding statements like yours annoying. No lack of self confidence or self failure of any kind with these individuals you are trying to demean. And if you equate the Mosasaur as pictured within the film to a thirty meter tall T-Rex, you really haven’t got a strong argument when it comes to suggesting these people will accept anything.

          1. Welcome to the internet. The place where people plainly bash others opinions instead of accepting them. You are, of course, no exception, telling me what I should like and what I need to acknowledge. At least you spared some time to explain things yourself. Even if you are not interested in any discussion but only in silencing me. Just see for yourself. In these few words you told me,

            my posts don’t make sense
            I would be defeated by my own logic
            my flawed logic doesn’t make sense
            I don’t have a good reason
            I don’t have a point
            I don’t have a strong argument

            Do you always argue like that? That’s just lecturing and quite rude, to be honest. That’s far more bothersome than people having to put up with boring complaints. Anyway, good news for you: if you don’t like my complaints, you need not read them.

            So let’s argue about your arguments, right?

            – “you need to assess what your problem is”
            I did. To me, the Mosa is overdone because it doesn’t in any way match the real thing. It’s a fantasy monster.

            – “why single out the Mosasaur”
            Because it’s, from my point of view, the farthest from reality compared to the other animals. Yes I know, they deviate from newer scientific theories. Feathers, dimensions… Sure, they did explain it. But I don’t have to buy it.

            – “the entire film is fiction”
            Most films are fiction. JP is fiction. Sharknado is fiction. Godzilla is fiction, too. But the dinosaurs in JP/JW are not like Godzilla. They have a better backstory. They are supposed to be believable in the end, because we as an audience need to relate to the story, relate to the characters and relate to what happens. The whole narrative of JW is about them being real, living beings. Even Owen says things like that, jeez.

            – “the entire thing should be offensive”
            Nope. JP was a perfectly well written work of fiction which did have its flaws, of course, but I could relate to it, feel it. Why? Because it stuck close to what we know about dinosaurs. The T-Rex is such an icon because for the first time people acutally BELIEVED it. That wasn’t a movie monster. That was a dinosaur. Period.

            – “Mosasaur… thirty meter T-Rex”
            That’s of course polemic, but the more I think of it, that’s actually a good example. If they applied the same scale to the Mosa AND the Rex, the latter would have that size.

            Okay, now I’ve put some effort in arguing myself. I think I made my point without being offensive or arrogant. Any neutral reader can understand it. People who cannot, because they are too much of a fan and don’t like critics, might not. But I urge them to not answer, because me and them (you?) might have two very different mindsets. I hope you all enjoy the film.

        2. You don’t have a point. You’re just a negative person, who I assume has no friends and the people that do hang around you secretly despise you.

        3. Do remember that this Mosasaur is a GENETICALLY MODIFIED PARK ATTRACTION. Do you not think maybe Wu explicitly engineered her to be bigger than a real mosasaur?

          1. Here we go! We may be going in circles, but there is still some things to clear up.

            “Welcome to the internet. The place where people plainly bash others opinions instead of accepting them.”

            Were you not complaining about people just accepting things?

            “Even if you are not interested in any discussion but only in silencing me. Just see for yourself. In these few words you told me,

            my posts don’t make sense
            I would be defeated by my own logic
            my flawed logic doesn’t make sense
            I don’t have a good reason
            I don’t have a point
            I don’t have a strong argument

            Do you always argue like that? That’s just lecturing and quite rude, to be honest.”

            rude it may seem, but as I stated you were also not exactly polite to the other posters, that is why I responded more harshly.

            “– “why single out the Mosasaur”
            Because it’s, from my point of view, the farthest from reality compared to the other animals. Yes I know, they deviate from newer scientific theories. Feathers, dimensions… Sure, they did explain it. But I don’t have to buy it.”

            Here is my reasoning when it comes to the issue of size.
            I think the idea to begin with from the first Jurassic World was that while the Mosasaur may not have been that size in real life but other aquatic Reptiles were no question some of the biggest animals ever, so while choosing the Mosasaur in name and look, they made it closer in size to other Reptiles.
            Now, knowing that there are animals closer to that size that are similar to the Mosasaur, it doesn’t seem as silly as the thirty meter tall T-Rex would be. I figured that was reasoning the film makers were using too. And that in the world of this film, that is the biggest of all the animals, like some of the aquatic Reptiles were bigger than the other Reptiles. I guess it’s a matter of feelings. It feels acceptable to me for the reasons I just pointed out. Of course, as you are well aware, it doesn’t have to feel right to you, but why it didn’t is what brings me to the next point.

            “– “the entire film is fiction”
            Most films are fiction. JP is fiction. Sharknado is fiction. Godzilla is fiction, too. But the dinosaurs in JP/JW are not like Godzilla. They have a better backstory. They are supposed to be believable in the end, because we as an audience need to relate to the story, relate to the characters and relate to what happens. The whole narrative of JW is about them being real, living beings. Even Owen says things like that, jeez.”

            Yes, I understand. But the Mosasaur is believable as presented in the film. It looks great, looks like a real Mosasaur, and hasn’t done anything unrealistic. The size is the only thing that isn’t like the real thing. Therefore, as a work of fiction, if you can accept it’s not real, and that’s fine, so long as it seems believable, then there shouldn’t be an issue with the Mosasaur. Indeed, you are right, the explanation of how they made the Dinosaurs made sense, and seemed realistic, so it functions well and the story is better for that, however, you know it isn’t real and is probably not possible even if it was considered possible. Knowing that, if you apply the same logic that you do towards the Mosasaur, as I said, the whole film and story should not work for you. But you are not. You can accept the story not being real, because it’s presented in a way that seems realistic, but you can’t accept the Mosasaur because it’s not just like it was for real. That’s the thing that got me.

            Maybe my original post would not have been quite as hot had it not been for all the petty complaints that are going about. Yours actually is more reasonable and not as silly as some of the other negative stuff people are spitting that I wont go into here, but some of it really is plain lunacy. I can admit it’s understandable in some way, why you think the way you do, but I guess I’m trying to get you to think of it a little differently!

            “I hope you all enjoy the film.”

            We share the same sentiment! And of course all includes you! I hope you do. When the film has come out, I want you tell us what you thought of it! And I hope you can get excitement from that Mosasaur! HAHA!

      2. Can you let people express their oppinion and complaints? If others oppinions affect you so much to not even let you enjoy the film then is your problem. I know nowadays people complain for everything and they like to trash movies before even seeing them, but constructive criticisrm from fans is important and you should be able to distinct it from simple hate comments. Because people complained about the lack of pracgical effects in JW now we have a movie with more animatronics for example. So let people make their observations and if you dont care about their oppion, dont go to the commnet section

        1. I think things have come to a reasonable conclusion in my discussion just now. But as I said, I think the more ridiculous complaints and all the nitpicking were what made me snap more than usual.

          On the animatronics though, I don’t think any of them are not going to be painted over, so to speak, with CGI! There might be a brief scene maybe, who knows. But yeah, they did promise that, but it looks like it’s gonna be just like the first Jurassic World film: quite alot of animatronics with CGI painted over them!

    1. Thanks Micktrex and Neoncolorz for your sensible comments. Some wont like the tone, but for me, that’s all that needs to be said! So they made it bigger, so what. it isn’t out of the size of animals that have existed, it looks great, really awesome. It works in the film. If the animal looked bad and was doing stupid things that would spoil it for me, but it looks amazing and these scenes are incredibly exciting. The Mosasaur in this film has far more relation to reality then most of the things that come out of the TV paleontologists mouths, I hope you get agitated about them too.

    2. They wont let you get away with saying things like that here. You must not question what it is that gets put in your mouth. You just have to suck it.

    3. Mosasaur size was pointed out 3-4 years ago (depending when the first trailer for Jurassic World was released) most got past that,

      Also, raptors are dog sized and had feathers… but I don’t see riots on the street 😉

      1. GAIS! TEH MOSASAUR JUST LOOKS BIG IN THE UNDERWATER SHOTS IT’S JUST REFRACTIONS! ALSO THE SUB HAS BUBBLE WINDOW LIKE IN DAH DR. NO! SO ET LOOKS BIGGAH! ALSO I THINK I AM DINOSAUR.

  3. Ok im adress something i’ve seen no one else sayig about. How has no one questioned the fact the Indoraptor is climbing down the wall like a Xenomorph like how does no one seem to notice it ( so im just saying we could add some sort of gecko DNA to it or something

    1. Could be gecko. I’ve seen pictures of leopard geckos that are black with an orange stripe before. The resemblance is uncanny.

    1. It is Nedry’s brother who returns to Jurassic Park to enact revenge on the dilophosaurus that murdered his brother, only to quickly realize that he was in over his head. He’s gonna need a bigger coat! Actually IDK if that’s true but I’m going to stick to that theory for now.

  4. the photograhy is amazing, thats for sure. the color grading is also better than the fist trailer. the thing that they need to change is the cgi in those close up shoot.. why the hell they made the animatronics for then? blue looks like godzilla 98 in that close up shoot

  5. I re-watched the trailer on a larger screen and it felt even more breathtaking. The Rex and the Indoraptor felt so much more realistic than when I first watched it on my phone. This trailer really sold me on the bone-chilling, near horror scenes. There was also one part with Owen and Blue in the facility before the explosion and Zia is behind bars? Not entirely clear on what’s going on there.

  6. The underwater shot where the deep sea pod is looking at the skull makes me think the skull is of the Indominus Rex after it was taken down by the Mosasaurus at the end of the first movie. The single eyeball shot afterwards might be the Mosasaurus!

      1. wow. such sarcasm. while i don’t think all this bashing on you is right, you should just politely point out why they are wrong or oblivious or being stupid

  7. this movie should be fun, but it just makes me appreciate the original JP & TLW that much more. i guess gone are the quiet, subtle scenes of the franchise.

    even the mososaur shot with helicopter – it looks like CGI rain.

    whatever. they can never take away the original. i’ll just hold onto that one 🙂

  8. just my opinion… but TLW is the worst of the franchise. JP was perfect, because duh, JP3 just was this big, dumb, fun action movie, and JW is just more fun to watch. and JWFK just looks…better. the T.rex on the mainland with all the crew randomly dead becuase they ditched the raptor part on the boat, t’s all just dumb

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