JURASSIC PARK: A Perfect Movie? - The Good, The Bad & The Brilliant

27 mars 2020
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Is Jurassic Park Good, Bad, or Brilliant?
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Is Jurassic Park a perfect movie? And did it accurately predict the danger of humans screwing with nature? Join Michael and comedy writer Billy Domineau as they dive deep into the 1993 classic.
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Timestamps
0:00 Intro
1:41 The Good
11:01 The Bad
16:47 Lightning Round
19:47 The Brilliant
29:56 The Rating?

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Featuring: Michael Burns and Billy Domineau
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Produced by: Evan Yee
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  • What is your favorite part of the original Jurassic Park? Let us know with a comment and don't forget to check out keeps at www.keeps.com/wisecrack. Get 50% off your first order! Thanks, Keeps for sponsoring this video!

    WisecrackWisecrackIl y a 7 mois
    • 2 scenes when you see the brachiosaurus and rex vs Raptors

      Gavin ForsythGavin ForsythIl y a 2 mois
    • The first appearance of the trex

      Jarod 1999Jarod 1999Il y a 6 mois
    • Billy needs to come back, he over thinks movies and it's enlightening.

      Sandcastle •Sandcastle •Il y a 6 mois
    • Best detail: when Grant ties the two female seatbelt ends together to fasten his seatbelt. Signaling that the female dinosaurs and life will find a way. Best scene: T-Rex pen escape Best dialogue: discussing chaos theory in the car during the tour.

      MallymileMallymileIl y a 6 mois
    • Solid episode! Like many others I love the original Jurassic Park. I think as a kid obviously the dinosaurs take the stage. After growing an adult brain and reading the book multiple times, I love the book more than the movie. The scene that best captures the book in my opinion is that lunch scene after the raptor pit. In that scene, my highlight is when Malcolm says, "...before you even knew what you had, you patented it, you packaged it and slapped it on a lunch box, and now you're selling it! You want to sell it!" Just the entirety of his dialogue here is just what both the book and movie are about. As we continue to deal with both pandemics and climate change, both works continue to be relevant.

      cpudude30kcpudude30kIl y a 7 mois
  • I am confused. How is a man being eaten alive less gross than a sloppy dinosaur sneeze and how is it any more valid to the entertainment value of the movie than the necessary comedic relief of the drama and tension?

    Cameron FCameron FIl y a mois
  • Lexi having abandonment issues about her dad divorcing the mum and leaving the family, then the lawyer running away and leaving them to the T-Rex makes sense. Alan did answer her repeating "He left us" with him saying "But that's not what I'm gonna do" meaning he was in it with his own life to protect them.

    TIFFANY PERSAUDTIFFANY PERSAUDIl y a 2 mois
  • Wtf is with all the sexual experiences talk at the start??? Dude needs to just stfu and review the movie lmao

    Antonios Vasilellis NetoAntonios Vasilellis NetoIl y a 2 mois
  • "10% F--- me daddy."? Wait... What? Um... Okay, well... Uh, no. That's not wha... NO! Why would you... Nobody else was thinking that. Just... stop. Please.

    Fourth RootFourth RootIl y a 2 mois
  • I enjoy these series very much, I wish the podcast was as good. Unfortunately whoever that guy is you have on the podcast tries to link everything back to capitalism and he’s often wrong or simply one note.

    Colin Bird MartinezColin Bird MartinezIl y a 2 mois
  • did this man really just say jurassic park is a sexual awakening and then call paleontology a lil baby career

    Panzer II LuchsPanzer II LuchsIl y a 2 mois
  • I was like 7 when I first watched the movie, I watched it thinking wow dinosaur! I’m 14 now and I watched it more times than my age. I’m just now discovering the subplots and time put in this movie. It gets better the more I think about it.

    Fabian StobbeFabian StobbeIl y a 2 mois
  • You know it's a masterpiece when the handful of nitpicks includes the quality of ice cream being eaten on screen.

    Roland TemboRoland TemboIl y a 3 mois
  • Yes, the great value brand ice cream really took me out of the movie about dinosaurs too 🙄

    Andrew FinknerAndrew FinknerIl y a 3 mois
  • Can we have Billy come back for another?? I really like his vibe and perspective (and good banter)! Also, I happen to have heard that he's not currently tied up in anything...

    Sylvia PageSylvia PageIl y a 3 mois
  • The score still makes me cry

    definingcinemadefiningcinemaIl y a 3 mois
    • Yes!

      TIFFANY PERSAUDTIFFANY PERSAUDIl y a 3 mois
  • The Best part of Jurassic Park is when the T-Rex is shown to be the best jumper of any dinosaur or person ever!

    ICAICAIl y a 3 mois
  • Stop selling keeps yo your fans. That shit is dick poison.

    Edgar MirelesEdgar MirelesIl y a 3 mois
  • Dinos arent reptiles . Dinos are closer to birds ....

    Hypster FallHypster FallIl y a 3 mois
  • We need David Attobough for JW3

    Joe ElliottJoe ElliottIl y a 3 mois
  • 17:00

    Tristan McCannTristan McCannIl y a 3 mois
  • Jurassic Park The Game answers the question on what happens to Jerry Harding

    KingstonGaming24KingstonGaming24Il y a 4 mois
  • Bald guy gives advertisement about hair loss that REALLY works...... genius.

    Scott Lee ClaytonScott Lee ClaytonIl y a 4 mois
  • I recently watched this movie with my Mom, assuming she would have forgotten its specific beats in the decade or so since she last saw it, but apparently I watched Jurassic Park so much as a kid in the ‘90s that even my mother knows it by heart. Not even the “back in business” jump scare got her.

    Magenta 29Magenta 29Il y a 4 mois
  • What I feel is one of the biggest problems about the recent Jurassic World movies is: The Dinosaurs are cgi. I know cgi has evolved greatly but just think about it for a second. What worked so well in Jurassic Park was the dinosaurs were not made on a computer except for some certain shots but it was mainly animatronics and you can feel the presence and impact of each foot hitting the ground and the details on close ups shots. In Jurassic World it’s all cgi. It doesn’t have the same impact. What I loved from Fallen Kingdom was the scene where Chris and Bryce go into the T Rex cage where the T Rex is sleeping. They built an animatronic and used cgi over it. Even though it might be better to save money and just pick one, they didn’t. I could see more of the details on the dinosaur and I could feel the impact of the scene. I wish there were more scenes that were done just like that in the Jurassic World films. Edit: Another thing I wanted to pint out that the Jurassic World films do worse is the cinematography and scale. It’s too big and spectacle. I know. I know. It seems fitting for a horror action filled dinosaur movie, but it doesn’t. The more close ups shots, smaller environments, and less dinosaurs would seem like a bad idea, but when utilized properly like in Park, it works brilliantly

    Cole DuffyCole DuffyIl y a 4 mois
  • I'm surprised I didn't wear out my Jurassic Park VHS in 90's.

    EloquentTrollEloquentTrollIl y a 4 mois
  • Alas it can't be perfect as Spielberg was firmly in his unrestrained schmaltzy kid character phase. Nearly every one of his films after (but not including) ET that had kids is basically lessened by the kids. War of the worlds is the most glaring example but it was already happening in JP. Having kid characters is not the problem, it's spielbergs ability to make them really annoying .

    David CauleyDavid CauleyIl y a 4 mois
  • 20 minutes of this is purely about the sexual fantasies of the guest, couldn't finish this shit. dislike.

    AlexandroslavAlexandroslavIl y a 5 mois
  • One of the best things about this movie, like Jaws, is the slow build-up. It reveals an increasing number of signs that things will go wrong, and the suspense grows little by little. The first dinosaur attack (after the opening scene) doesn’t happen until an hour into the movie. I wish more movies did this.

    NuttyMongrelNuttyMongrelIl y a 5 mois
  • 19:09 Real dinosaur meat would taste like chicken I think, they have proven that Dinosaurs and reptiles are not from the same family, so crocodiles and Dinosaurs are very far away from each other. Most chickens and other birds are mostly direct descendants from the T-Rex and other few surviving Dinosaurs from the Mass extinction Asteroid, so chances are, Dinosaurs like the T-Rex must have tasted some sort of chicken flavor-ish.

    Dai animDai animIl y a 5 mois
  • I remember when I was little that as much as I LOVED this movie, the scenes such as when they're having dinner or when Attenborough and Dern are having that talk later in the movie, I always see as the "slow boring" scenes where "nothing's happening". As an adult, those are the scenes that make this film go from thoroughly entertaining to genuine masterpiece.

    Anthony SanchezAnthony SanchezIl y a 5 mois
  • Gettin some real Zach Galifianakis vibes from the Laura Dern cosplayer here.

    cdubbartcdubbartIl y a 5 mois
  • Is there a movie or media property that needs more merchandise? Obviously the answer would be John Wick Guns. Lots of Guns.

    Snigdhajyoti DasSnigdhajyoti DasIl y a 5 mois
  • idk how to explain it but that "should read a book" at 26:20 is so oddly badass? like i was intimidated through my screen

    Sean MonaghanSean MonaghanIl y a 5 mois
  • The original movie is the only film to have any legitimately good writing

    The Colorization ChannelThe Colorization ChannelIl y a 5 mois
  • 31:10 Jacob's Ladder

    psimonpsimonIl y a 5 mois
  • Legit just heard about eating alligator yesterday and yes, they said it's like chicken with a scaly-fishiness and it's delicious! The universe is speaking to me :O

    JohnzoJohnzoIl y a 6 mois
  • His Dr. Sattler outfit 👌

    quenotedariayoquenotedariayoIl y a 6 mois
  • When they discuss the tendency of certain characters to assume things won't be a problem because "we hope it won't be" - that's really that hard to believe, you're talkiy about rich white people (especially the one in charge, who is also an old rich white man)

    Nick ColbertNick ColbertIl y a 6 mois
  • This went a lot deeper than I was expecting.

    bengoliousbengoliousIl y a 6 mois
  • What a great guest! This is one of my favorite films and I never interpenetrated it in many of the ways explained here. Very insightful!

    Sara RodriguezSara RodriguezIl y a 6 mois
  • "If you somehow haven't seen Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, here's how it ends."

    Ash SmithAsh SmithIl y a 6 mois
  • Great video. Billy was hilarious and was great addition to the episode.

    jwativjwativIl y a 6 mois
  • *Hey yo, do the platform netflix movie PLEASE*

    R GartnerR GartnerIl y a 6 mois
  • I remember BACK IN MY DAY, my 1st grade elementary class watched this movie. My first grade teacher didn't give a fuck that little kids saw dinosaurs killing people😎😎😎 Dinosaurs are cool.

    pvanganimarepvanganimareIl y a 6 mois
  • And the movie was soooooo much better than the book!

    Sophia BSophia BIl y a 6 mois
  • Jon Hammond was the original Tiger King, prove me wrong.

    Jose CastellanosJose CastellanosIl y a 6 mois
  • 4:16 ummmm what? I haven't seen this movie in a min but that kids face isn't saying please fuck me daddy lol these guys just read a buncha Freud and are going nuts with this.

    kelron koobiskelron koobisIl y a 6 mois
  • jesus christ guy. 10% fuck me daddy?! im out

    danteshammerdanteshammerIl y a 6 mois
  • Billy needs his own show!!

    perpetuatedperpetuatedIl y a 6 mois
  • Dr. Ian Malcolm’s monologue at dinner is the pinch of the entire film! If I may... Um, I'll tell you the problem with the scientific power that you're using here, it didn't require any discipline to attain it. You read what others had done and you took the next step. You didn't earn the knowledge for yourselves, so you don't take any responsibility for it. You stood on the shoulders of geniuses to accomplish something as fast as you could, and before you even knew what you had, you patented it, and packaged it, and slapped it on a plastic lunchbox, and now [bangs on the table] Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.” Don't you see the danger, John, inherent in what you're doing here? Genetic power is the most awesome force the planet's ever seen, but you wield it like a kid that's found his dad's gun.”

    Happy HubbsHappy HubbsIl y a 6 mois
  • 'I do feel threatened.. ?' 'Great!'

    Cassandra GencCassandra GencIl y a 6 mois
  • Please do a Philosophy of Community (the tv show)!

    Viktors JViktors JIl y a 6 mois
  • For some odd reason it wont let me edit my last comment?! But a movie that everyone should watch is fear and loathing in Las Vegas! Tell me about the fucking golf shoes lmao!!!

    John ShoemakerJohn ShoemakerIl y a 6 mois
  • My view about the velociraptor is that they are used as model of what the predecessor to mammals could have been. Before the apparition of mammals, there was a branch of dinosaurs which were quite intelligent. The rational is that we share so many psychological features between all mammals, the common ancestor, the transition from reptile to early mammal was probably already sharing most of what unify mammals. The velociraptors are shown to have group cooperation and strict hierarchy like a pack of wolf, killer whales or humans. The communicate by body language and well controlled sounds. Compare that to, even the closest to humans, the chimpanzees, which don't fully control their vocal emission. They express emotion like a dog barking, unable to decide which type of sound to produce.

    Christian GingrasChristian GingrasIl y a 6 mois
  • HE CALLS HIM INDIANA! HOW DO YOU NOT MENTION THAT?

    Joshua MinnixJoshua MinnixIl y a 6 mois
  • It is so nitpicky, but it always takes me out of the movie a little bit when the raptors enter the kitchen and some hand appears from offscreen and stabilizes the raptor in the doorway.

    BMW KnightBMW KnightIl y a 6 mois
  • As recommended reading, the book Jurassic Park is based on. Billy's point about small cracks in the picture (like when the lawyer stumbles) are very frequent and become more obvious with each re-reading.

    Dullard D. BonesDullard D. BonesIl y a 6 mois
  • Billy es un trolazo

    Manuel FloresManuel FloresIl y a 6 mois
  • What about the use of the automated tour trucks? He keeps saying he spared no expense but can you think of any other reason to not have gas powered vehicles that are driven by employees other than to save money? You ever seen a safari tour set up like that?

    Stuart DStuart DIl y a 6 mois
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark

    M DoddM DoddIl y a 6 mois
  • Did you do Star Wars?

    SapienSapienIl y a 6 mois
  • 19:14 I heard from a paleontologist that it would be the taste of chicken.

    SapienSapienIl y a 6 mois
  • Just saying I got married less than a month ago and my wife walked down the aisle to the main theme of Jurassic Park. So I too think that's a great song to walk down to.

    daniel quintanadaniel quintanaIl y a 6 mois
  • The answer is yes. It's a horror movie's brain born into an action movie's body, and it is perfect just the way it is.

    Kay VanAntwerpenKay VanAntwerpenIl y a 6 mois
  • Dr. Grant goes from being a forever bachelor to loving children during a traumatic event, and then we see him again in JP3 back as a forever bachelor. He didn't need to end up with Ellie, but show him happily settled down with someone instead of going back to the way he was.

    Stephen GStephen GIl y a 6 mois
  • You two guys have amazing chemistry! It's such a fun time watching you comment on the film. I would also say it's a perfect movie, it's a summer blockbuster that never fails to entertain but it's also a perfectly written and deeply desbribing story of many ideas. 9 out of 10 people will have it in their Top 10 favourite movies of all time, and Im one of those people

    Alexander StoneAlexander StoneIl y a 6 mois
  • 'my first answer is a cave bear' Wow that was unexpected, you're a cool guy 'one of those macro fauna' Haha, you've just lost your cool points

    Sandcastle •Sandcastle •Il y a 6 mois
  • There's too much good to mention, we know it's good. Theres only two bad things about the movie, and that's the t rex paddock cliff face and the t rex ninja at the end. The brilliant, has to be, hands down, the sound design. The noise the dinosaurs make is incredible.

    Sandcastle •Sandcastle •Il y a 6 mois
  • This guys are insufferable

    KingdemeKingdemeIl y a 6 mois
  • The sequels were, save for some well done special effects, largely forgettable movies...but the original is a classic. It was more than just people getting munched by dinosaurs...there was a story...characters you cared about. And was there ever a more interesting movie villain than Dennis Nedry?

    Mickster6988240Mickster6988240Il y a 6 mois
  • so this guy's name is michael? i just thought jared shaved

    luciferangelicaluciferangelicaIl y a 6 mois
  • Still watching the video, but there is a really big plot element that is left hanging: the triceratops's sickness. It gets a substantial amount of screentime but is never resolved or mentioned again. It's not a big deal and doesn't matter to the overall narrative, but it has enough of a presence that it's weird that it's left unresolved.

    Sam RobardsSam RobardsIl y a 6 mois
  • How the F do you /know/ that ice cream isn't good? They have a French pâtissier. Who's to say they didn't make their own ice cream? If they're gonna order it, it's gonna come from Central America where it'll more than likely be made with wholesome ingredients rather than the Kroger 'ice milk'.

    Tito151Tito151Il y a 6 mois
  • I never noticed that Dr. Grant threw away the raptor claw. I always thought he dropped it accidentally while falling asleep with the kids.

    Tito151Tito151Il y a 6 mois
    • I always linked that moment. It was like she was throwing away his "wonder" in place of "reality", choosing to protect instead of play.

      TIFFANY PERSAUDTIFFANY PERSAUDIl y a 3 mois
  • What do you mean *IF* there is a bad guy in this movie? The main bad guy is Dodgson! Nedry is hired on as his latchkey and causes the park to shutdown during the storm. The lawyer is only the bad guy as the embodiment of capitalism.

    Tito151Tito151Il y a 6 mois
  • Try a 9 step rating with + , - , 0

    The Ethicist Philosophy ShowThe Ethicist Philosophy ShowIl y a 6 mois
  • Is anyone just now realizing that jurassic park has very similar thematic beats to neon genesis Evangelion... weird

    Alexander RamirezAlexander RamirezIl y a 6 mois
  • I totally agree that you must watch Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, as well as Back to the Future; however if you want some recommended reading, read the book that this movie is based on! Read Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton! It offers everything this movie has to offer, except that it's less child-friendly, and goes way deeper into genetic engineering and Chaos Theory. It is hands-down my favorite book, and have read it numerous times. If you love this movie, and want more of what it has to offer, go no further than the novel. It's obvious I'm passionate about this particular work of fiction, and for good reason. PS: It totally blew my mind that the lessons on controlling nature are so relevant to our current situation! I love learning new things about great movies!

    KablamogroupKablamogroupIl y a 6 mois
  • There's a book.

    Sarah LevineSarah LevineIl y a 6 mois
  • Stay the fuck home!

    Arthur Braad DoktorArthur Braad DoktorIl y a 6 mois
  • I love these, Goldblum should have got 20% of this dedicated to him

    Louis PescheuxLouis PescheuxIl y a 6 mois
  • The answer is yes, yes it's a perfect movie.

    Nicolas GonzálezNicolas GonzálezIl y a 6 mois
  • Awesome movie and analysis breakdown! Y’all are forgetting he also spared lots of expense by not compensating his IT / security team. If he had the Hawaiian shirt guy wouldn’t have tried stealing from the company and setting off the virus’s that would distrito the parks safety protocols

    tvgubbertvgubberIl y a 6 mois
  • I love that you made this video in night mode😆😆😆

    naveen cannaveen canIl y a 6 mois
  • Did he say “future wife”???

    aramaramIl y a 6 mois
  • This movie is so brilliant they've made over four terrible sequels sucking from it glory... and It keeps going...

    PD ZombiePD ZombieIl y a 6 mois
  • I'm a year younger than Billy, so I was 3 when it came out. And I went to it in theaters lol...

    blyattblyattIl y a 6 mois
  • Ew research suggests that Dinosaurs are more closely related to bird so... might actually taste like chicken😅

    FabulousKilljoy917FabulousKilljoy917Il y a 6 mois
  • If you read the book, you'll learn that it wasn't just the T. Rex vision that is based on movement. All of the dinosaurs seem to have this disability. And it's not because it's a natural trait, it has to do with their amphibian DNA. But the writers of the movie decided to turn it into a T.Rex exclusive disability. It works from a storytelling perspective: to have an otherwise invincible antagonist , who has one mayor disability that the characters can exploit. But Jurassic Park has become such an iconic movie that people just assume that this is a scientific fact. This to me is an unfortunate flaw that the entire Jurassic Park franchise has. The first movie managed to revolutionize how we look at dinosaurs, and killed myths like: dinosaurs are overgrown lizards that lived in swamps. But then it replaced those myths with new false trivia. And then the Jurassic Park sequels just copied everything from the first movie, while there could be some really interesting new dinosaur facts they could incorporate to make a more compelling sci-fi story.

    Sandro Algra BarradasSandro Algra BarradasIl y a 6 mois
  • Two minutes in and he makes a huge error. It doesn’t hint that there’s problems. The film starts with someone getting eaten by a Raptor.

    Ross LeesonRoss LeesonIl y a 6 mois
  • This guest is great

    neiguttenneiguttenIl y a 6 mois
  • Alright just want to know amongst all us fans...We would still all go to Dinosaur Zoo if it was real right?

    Nevin TempleNevin TempleIl y a 6 mois
  • Hey how come no one talks about The Land Before Time. That's another great dinosaur film, just second after Jurassic Park. Not only is The Land Before Time about dinosaurs, the film also teaches audience specifically the young kids important life values such as overcoming the lost of a love one, putting aside differences in order to work together and overcome challenges and becoming a whole. It teaches love, togetherness and holding on. Also to mention the beautiful music score by James Horner and the ending song by Diana Ross. I know it's not the main topic and people would probably look at it as just a children's film but it deserves alittle more praise.

    Christian PedrazaChristian PedrazaIl y a 6 mois
  • He talks about sexual awakening a liiiiiitlle too much.

    OmegaUberDeathbotOmegaUberDeathbotIl y a 6 mois
  • Hammon invites his grandchildren because he believes the park is perfectly safe. His childlike naïveté is like his defining characteristic.

    df dsfsdf dsfsIl y a 6 mois
  • the attire thing did it for me

    Azenheim PRAzenheim PRIl y a 6 mois
    • quick question fav characters what type of character or animal would you be and why?

      Azenheim PRAzenheim PRIl y a 6 mois
    • colonialism -"avatar"

      Azenheim PRAzenheim PRIl y a 6 mois
    • so damn meta

      Azenheim PRAzenheim PRIl y a 6 mois
    • so "women inherit the earth" come and get a better life with "women" and not dinosaurs xD

      Azenheim PRAzenheim PRIl y a 6 mois
    • respect for your respect even the care of caring of "words/a word" "clever girl"

      Azenheim PRAzenheim PRIl y a 6 mois
  • I would like to kiss Laura Dern.

    DeadpoolDeadpoolIl y a 6 mois
  • This is THE GREATEST FILM EVER MADE.

    DeadpoolDeadpoolIl y a 6 mois
  • You guys are the best hosts for this, almost too much chemistry and quality DEEP conversation. Would love to see you guys double team Schindler's List or Platoon. DO NATURAL BORN KILLERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Sam EnglishSam EnglishIl y a 6 mois
  • For me, the most amazing piece of direction was the dinner scene with the projectors... I mean, they’re not even in a room. It’s an empty soundstage - and it works perfectly.

    Josh SJosh SIl y a 6 mois
  • Yes it is. End of discussion.

    Josh SJosh SIl y a 6 mois
  • holy shit this guy is soo annoying. The film's like a pride parade to him.

    bluehornet632bluehornet632Il y a 6 mois
  • I actually watched this in theaters when I was...I think 3 years old. My grandma would tell me about how I would be laughing when the dinosaur was trying to eat the jeep. As a 5 year old, this became my favorite movie. Aliens was also pretty high up there and became my favorite movie later in my life for a bit too. Jurassic Park really is a good movie and come to think of it I haven't analyzed it as an adult yet... seems interesting to do rn.

    ----Il y a 6 mois
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