The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Release: May 22, 1997
Release: May 22, 1997

Based upon characters developed from Michael Crichton's novel "Jurassic Park" and adapted from Crichton's "The Lost World" novel. Ian Malcolm is recruited by John Hammond to lead a research team to Isla Sorna, an island 87 miles to the south of Isla Nublar (the site of the original Jurassic Park). Here, InGen Bioengineering had constructed the secret "Site B", where the dinosaurs were actually bred and then transported to the park. Hammond's nephew Peter Ludlow who has taken control of InGen, leads his own team to the island to capture the dinos and bring them back to the U.S. to become attractions at a "dino park" in San Diego.

Eddie Carr: "[about the poison on the darts in their guns] The most powerful neurotoxin in the world. It works faster than the nerve conduction velocity, which means the animal's down before it actually feels the - P! - prick of the dart."
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "Is there an antidote?"
Eddie Carr: "What, like if you shot yourself in the foot? Don't do that, you would be dead before you even knew you had an accident."
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Nick Van Owen: "You seem like you have a shred of common sense, what the hell are you doing here?"
Roland Tembo: "Somewhere on this island is the greatest predator there ever lived. The second greatest predator must take him down. [grins]"
Nick Van Owen: "[referring to Roland's gun] You gonna use that?"
Roland Tembo: "If he doesn't surrender, yes."
Nick Van Owen: "[chuckles] The animal exists on the planet for the first time in tens of millions of years and the only way you can express yourself is to kill it."
Roland Tembo: "Remember that chap about twenty years ago? I forget his name. Climbed Everest without any oxygen, came down nearly dead. When they asked him, they said why did you go up there to die? He said I didn't, I went up there to live."
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Dr. Ian Malcolm: "Did you find him?"
Roland Tembo: "Just the parts they didn't like."
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Eddie Carr: "Violence and technology... not good bedfellows!"
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Dr. Ian Malcolm: "When you try to sound like Hammond, it comes off as a hustle. I mean, it's not your fault. They say talent skips a generation. So, I'm sure your kids will be sharp as tacks."
Peter Ludlow: "Hammond's reach exceeded his grasp. Mine does not."
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "Taking dinosaurs off this island is the worst idea in the long, sad history of bad ideas. And I'm gonna be there when you learn that."
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Dr. Ian Malcolm: "What's your background? Wildlife photography?"
Nick Van Owen: "Yeah. Wildlife, combat... you name it. When I was with Nightline, I was in Rwanda, Chechnya, all over Bosnia. Do some volunteer work for Greenpeace once in a while."
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "Greenpeace? What drew you there?"
Nick Van Owen: "Women. 80 percent female, Greenpeace."
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "That's noble."
Nick Van Owen: "Yeah well, noble was last year. This year I'm getting paid. Hammond's check cleared, or I wouldn't be going on this wild goose chase..."
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "Uh, where your going is the only place in the world where the geese chase *you*!"
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Roland Tembo: "The Rex just fed, so he won't be hunting for a while."
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "Just fed? I assume you're talking about Eddie? You might show a little more respect, the man saved our lives by giving his."
Roland Tembo: "Then his problems are over. My point is, predators don't hunt when they're not hungry."
Nick Van Owen: "Yeah, only humans do."
Roland Tembo: "Oh, you're breaking my heart. Come on! Saddle up, let's get this moveable feast under way!"
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Sarah Harding: "[after re-capturing the baby T-Rex in San Diego] How do we find the adult?"
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "Just follow the screams."
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Dr. Ian Malcolm: "Oh, yeah. Oooh, ahhh, that's how it always starts. Then later there's running and screaming."
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Dr. Ian Malcolm: "[searching the island for Sarah] Sarah! Sarah!"
Nick Van Owen: "Sarah Harding!"
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "How many Sarahs you think are on this island? Sarah!"
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Dr. Ian Malcolm: "It's fine if you wanna put your name on something but STOP putting it on other people's headstones."
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Sarah Harding: "I love you. I just don't... need you right now."
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "I'll tell you what you NEED, a good anti-psychotic!"
Sarah Harding: "I'll be back in five or six days."
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "No, you'll be back in five or six PIECES!"
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Sarah Harding: "You know, I have made a career out of waiting for you."
Kelly Malcolm: "You know, Sarah does have a pretty good p..."
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "It's so important to your future that you not finish that sentence."
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Dr. Ian Malcolm: "Hang on, this is gonna be bad."
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John Hammond: "Don't worry, I'm not making the same mistakes again."
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "No, you're making all new ones."
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Eddie Carr: "[Eddie finds Ian, Sarah, and Nick trapped in a trailer hanging over a cliff] What do you need?"
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "Rope!"
Eddie Carr: "OK, rope! Anything else?"
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "Yeah, three double cheeseburgers with everything!"
Nick Van Owen: "No onions on mine!"
Sarah Harding: "And an apple turnover!"
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Roland Tembo: "Peter, if you want me to run your little camping trip, there are two conditions"
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Peter Ludlow: "Where's the crew?"
Harbor Officer: "All over the place."
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Harbor Officer: "You okay, Mr. Ludlow?"
Peter Ludlow: "I don't know, how do I look?"
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Sarah Harding: "What's everybody looking at?"
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "[spots the T-Rex transfer ship speeding towards the harbor]"
Dr. Ian Malcolm: "We should've stayed in the damn car."
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11 years, 11 months ago
while this film didnt have a strong impect as the first one did , many fans still like this one. and yes I think all 3 films are really good. each one of the films has a special meaning to me. the 1st film was released 8 days after my 7th birthday , the 2nd film I saw on my 11th birthday with my mom , and the 3rd one was the last film I saw with my grandfather before he died. all 3 films has a special place in my heart and they all matter to me. with the 4th film now in process , the interview of a brand new trilogy will hopefully shed some light on a franchise that will continue without Michael Crichton. and to answer your statement timbox129 , I didnt notice any dinosaur craze since there was plenty of other films that came out and continue to come out. no films ever went to hell since they are liked by the fans. btw , what is that talk about your film? are you a film maker yourself? if so then why do you tend to believe dinosaur films went to hell. its recent scientists that makes the dinosaur idea seem laughable and let me explain from the show I saw on the science channel : they are actually planning and I am not making this up , to clone a real dinosaur in 50 years by taking particular samples of ostridge (If I mispelled then my mistake) dna parts , turing their evolved parts backwards and in some cases de-evolutionizing their certian dna features , and cloning an ostridgeosaurus. this was an idea from a real palentologist. and in recent years they have found a mummified dinosaur with 80% of its skin still attatched and its last meal in its belly. palentologists now know what dinosaurs actually looked like. dinosaur stuff being dead? no my friend...its has only just begun!
    12 years, 1 month ago
    This is the best jurassic park movie yet!
      12 years, 4 months ago
      I just love all the Jurassic Park movies.
        13 years, 7 months ago
        Well, phenomenal1, I think Jurassic Park III was made in 2000 and released on July 18, 2001. Anyway, This, The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), along with Disney's ill recieved and nearly forgotten Dinosaur (2000) and Joe Johnston's quirky Jurassic Park effort, Jurassic Park III (2001) is where the whole dinosaur craze went downhill. With this film, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, the dinosaur craze that started in 1993 went to hell, but if my dinosaur movie, Dinosaurs: An Epic Prehistoric Tale (which I'll plan to make for a November 16, 2012 release) will possibly be a huge success like Star Wars, Lord of the Rings (the Peter Jackson movies) and the first Jurassic Park when released and completed, then my dinosaur movie will offer a totally complete reboot or startover from the failure of the previous dinosaur craze which began in 1993 with Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park and continued so far, as of 2008, with 2001's Jurassic Park III, a suprisingly quirky effort to many of you guys. You got that, phenomenal1?
          14 years, 8 months ago
          Can anybody tell me when the 3rd movie of Jurassic park was made
            16 years, 2 months ago
            OH MAN, I hate this one! Granted the dinosaurs were awsome and people died which was allways funny. But the dialog was half assed and unintellegable! What were they even talking about half the time? I think we can say that this was NOT Spielberg's best work! "Nuff said."
              16 years, 2 months ago
              I really enjoyed this sequel. The 3rd one sucked but this one rocked. I liked the story line.
                16 years, 3 months ago
                Some didn't like this movie, but I consider it to be far better than the godawful "Jurassic Park III"! In fact, this and the original "Jurassic Park" are THE best in the series so far! Can't wait till "Jurassic Park IV" comes out next year or so! Hopefully, it will be a GREAT improvement over the third film, which hardly developed the story after the first two and was also a bit too short!
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