The third Jurassic World film has various references to the original films of the "Jurassic Park" series; The collection of these references, along with a number of other secret and attractive points, can bring a nostalgic and enjoyable experience for the audience.
Warning. In this article, there is a risk of revealing the story of the movie "Jurassic World: Domination". At the same time, this film contains various references to other films in this series and contains many hidden hints. These hints may be obvious or cleverly hidden in the film. Of course, sometimes these points are hidden in the script or in the filming scene. Such points have given "Jurassic World: Reign" a special nostalgic quality that has made the film safe from harsh criticism, although All these points and references need to be scrutinized.
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On June 9, 2022, Jurassic World: Reign was released in the United States to critical negative reviews. Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Jeff Goldblum also starred in Jurassic Park, which was the highest-grossing film in theaters until James Cameron's Titanic was released in 1997. But the nostalgic parody of this movie, Jurassic World: Reign, was heavily criticized and received scathing reviews. However, the success of this film at the box office proves that nostalgia may play the biggest role in the film's reception.
Jurassic Park was able to create themes and symbols that have made this franchise last for decades. So from Dilophosaurus to Ian Malcolm's flamethrower, you can clearly see hidden hints and references All over the place in the new Jurassic film. The scenes that we saw in "Jurassic World: Reign" not only refer to the sequences of other Jurassic Park films, but also seem to have expanded those scenes and made them more modern. Therefore, in this article, All the secret points and references of the movie "Jurassic World: Reign" are explained. src="https://bingmag.com/picsbody/2207/21600-2.jpg" alt="BingMag.com All the secret hints and references of the movie 'Jurassic World: Reign'" loading="lazy">
Jurassic Park, which is considered one of the most famous movies in the world, has a logo that is more memorable for many fans. The logo depicts a fossilized T-Rex in a circular frame. One of the clearest references and hints in "Jurassic World: Reign" can be seen at the end of the film in a scene where a T-Rex recreates this symbol in life.
A circular fountain in There is a bioscene where the T-Rex is positioned behind the main characters as it hunts, and then stands right in the center of the fountain frame to recreate the famous logo from the Jurassic Park movies. The recreation of this logo has not imitated what made the original logo unique, because the original logo is not as alive as this logo, but the reference is so obvious that the viewer can immediately recognize this by looking at it.
Jurassic Park Dilophosaurus Returns
One of the most iconic dinosaurs Appearing many times in the "Jurassic Park" series is Dilophosaurus, a dinosaur with poisonous saliva and a scary mane on its neck. Although many of the deadly features of Dilophosaurus that make audiences enjoy watching the movie are completely fictional, this dinosaur remains one of the most terrifying creatures in Jurassic World to date. In Jurassic World: Domination, Claire Deering is trying to escape the Biocene dinosaurs when she encounters a herd of Dilophosaurus.
Close-up of a Dilophosaurus raising its mane and spitting at On his side, it refers to the death of Dennis Nedry in "Jurassic Park". In one of the scenes of that movie, Nedri encountered a Dilophosaurus and the same sequence was repeated for Claire in the movie "Dominion" to remind the audience of that story. In another sequence of the film, Dr. Louis Dodgson is killed by a herd of Dilophosaurus because they managed to get into his car. This scene is one of the key sequences of the movie because Dodgson was the one who convinced Nedry to smuggle the embryos from Jurassic Park to Hammond.
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Many new characters were present in "Jurassic World: Reign", including Ramsey. Cole, Chief Biosyn Communications noted. When he decides to help Eli Sattler and Alan Grant to destroy Dodgson's locust plot, we can understand the important role he plays in this film. When he first meets the two, he talks to Alan about John Hammond's discoveries and the park he founded.
He asks Alan if he knows the voltage of the electric fences in the main park. Was? Alan Grant says that he was the one who did it himself, and his answer is a humorous reference to the tense scene in Jurassic Park where Alan witnessed the team being shocked by a T-Rex fence. So the dialogue between the two is highly ironic because Tim's death was a good outcome for Allen. A result he can't easily forget.
Volasyropter Voice Mimic In Alan Grant's Tent
It's easy to miss this secret in Jurassic World: Reign. So you have to be careful. When Eli Sattler comes to see Alan Grant at his place of work, he finds that Alan has kept memorabilia from previous films in his tent. The Velociraptor sound impersonator from "Jurassic Park 3" is one of the items he has in his tent, but this secret tip is hard to spot as the sequence shows Allen trying to hide the old device. At the end of "Jurassic Park 3", Allen used a vocal imitation of a velociraptor to confuse a group of raptors.
The tactic he used finally paid off and he and his group barely escaped a terrible fate. that they were supposed to survive. No character in the movie "Dominion" used this device, but this movie was able to subtly refer to Alan Grant's heroic tactic. The reason Allen still keeps this device with him may be that he considers it a trophy that allowed him to survive a terrible situation that nature had thrown him.
Sunglasses Ellie Sattler
Ellie Sattler that wearing sunglasses has created another secret point of the movie "Dominion". The secret point that was noticed for the first time in the trailer of this movie. This scene refers to a sequence in "Jurassic Park" in which John Hammond shows Sattler, Malcolm, and Grant the dinosaurs that have been genetically revived for the first time.
Both Ellie and Allen. They take off their sunglasses and you feel the fear of dinosaurs. There is a vague reference to the same memorable scene in Jurassic World: Reign when Eli removes his sunglasses in response to Biocine's destructive locusts. In fact, it can be said that these two scenes are more similar than you think because in both of them Ellie takes off her glasses because of the horror of what happened to her.
Doctor's hat Alan Grant
One of the distinctive features of Alan Grant's wardrobe is the hat he wears from The movie "Jurassic Park" and "Jurassic Park 3" has been on it. The hat is a brown brimmed hat that is shown to the audience several times in Dominion, but the most important scene in which it can be seen is when it falls into the biocine tunnels and he kills himself. He's risking it to get it back.
While Grant's act is completely risky and incredibly stupid, and it's safe to say that no one would do it for a hat, this sequence is clearly important. Hats off to Alan Grant's character. In fact, he doesn't want to lose what he remembers from the past so easily, just as the memorabilia in his tent is precious to him, this hat also represents his memories of Jurassic Park and shows him that in the past What has happened to him.
It is worth noting that Ellie and Ian are dressed as before and Malcolm still wears black leather and colored glasses. Dressing like this shows that their characters have grown and become more complete, but what they had inside remains the same, and in simple words, it can be said that they are the same characters as before.
Can of Barbasul Dennis Nedry
Dennis Nedry in "Jurassic Park" when attacked by a poisonous Dilophosaurus And he was killed, holding Lewis Dodgson's can of Barbasol. Dodgson, played by Cameron Thor, gives the can to Nedrey in hopes that he can get the dinosaur embryos out of the Hammond Center. Barbasul, holding 15 smuggled dinosaur embryos, falls off a muddy cliff and the canister is lost forever when Nedri is killed. But Jurassic World: Reign reveals that Dodgson somehow found the can of Barbasul. and it is one of the few essential items that he takes with him when the biosin lab catches fire.
It is not known how he found it or if the embryos are still alive after All these years. Whether they're alive or not, this secret hint suggests that the canister that belonged to Nedry was somehow able to help Dodgson with his genetic work. The can of Barbasul reminds him of the success that Dodgson has been able to achieve up to this point, and that is why he has kept it with him to this day.
The Distracting Torch by Ian Malcolm
Jurassic Park has been able to become a full-fledged classic film and therefore it can be said that every A scene from this movie has become a memorable scene. However, Ian Malcolm's Disturbing Torch is undoubtedly an unforgettable moment in cinema history. So "Jurassic World: Reign" not only refers to this scene with the return of Jeff Goldblum, but also modernizes the tactic he used. This time, instead of a flame, Malcolm distracts a Giganotosaurus with a grasshopper burning on a log.
He failed to distract the T-Rex by throwing a flame into the forest in Jurassic Park but this time he did it in a different way. The new scene shows Malcolm learning more about the dinosaurs by feeding them in the years after the events of Jurassic Park. So this sequence from "Jurassic World: Reign" is as exciting as the original scene, and shows that Malcolm is still willing to risk his life to save others. /strong>
Since "Jurassic Park" came out, Tyrannosaurus-Rex has been He is known as an evil and scary creature, but in the recent movie, he acted as an amazing hero. In the climactic scene of "Jurassic World: Reign", a T-Rex from the biocene sanctuary saves the main characters from a Giganotosaurus. This action scene refers to the T-Rex from "Jurassic Park" that saved the main characters from a group of raptors.
But this time, the T-Rex is not alone. While the ending of "Dominion" ends on a nostalgic note, it does allow the T-Rex to help T-Rex kill the Giganotosaurus and forever etch his name into the franchise's history. These two dinosaurs save our favorite group and end the movie satisfactorily. "Jurassic Park" has been referred to, which managed to escape negative criticism. The return of Ellie Sattler, Ian Malcolm, and Alan Grant to the franchise worked out for the film, and if this happens again, the Jurassic World movies will likely contain more hidden hints and references.
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