And “everything we’ve got” includes trained Veloceraptors, I assume?
I don’t claim to speak for anyone else, but I have a huge issue with Jurassic World–sight unseen. That issue is that from what I have read, the entire premise revolves around the engineering of a new dinosaur, Indominous Rex, an animal that–it goes without saying–will be stronger, faster and smarter than any other creature that proceeded it.
Can anyone else see how such an idea could go horribly wrong?
Look at all the carnage caused by “regular” dinosaurs in the prior Jurassic Park movies, and those were dinosaurs scientists were relatively sure about!
Do they honestly think that the outcome of what they’re doing isn’t somehow preordained to bite them in the ass (literally!)?
The movie sounds like a cautionary tale, which is the modus operandi of Michael Crichton (writer of the original Jurassic Park, who as far as I know has nothing to do with Jurassic World), where the entire movie revolves around people doing stuff any saner person would know is just going to screw up.
Typically, it’s just a matter of when.