Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Corrected entry: When Wheatley pulls a tooth out of a juvenile stegosaurus with his pliers, it shows him yanking out a bottom tooth, but when he adds the tooth to his collection it is an upper tooth. (00:49:00)

Joey221995

New this month Correction: When the tooth is seen being added to the collection there is no way to tell if it has come from a bottom or top jawbone.

Ssiscool Premium member

Corrected entry: When Franklin and Claire are trying to escape the Baryonyx, they use a chair to climb onto the ladder. When the ladder falls, however, the chair is gone. (00:38:50)

New this month Correction: Watch closely. As Franklin steps up to get on the ladder, he stands of the seat then the arm and steps forward on to the ladder. This stepping forward is enough to push the chair out of sight of the floor from in the tunnel. When the ladder crashes down, the chair is a few feet away from where the ladder is.

Ssiscool Premium member

Corrected entry: When evacuating the underground lab, one of the scientists grabs the vials of blood and stuffs them into a case. However one of them doesn't go into it all the way and as he shuts the case, if you look closely you can see one of the vials still sticking out which gets broken from being shut in it. (01:34:15)

Quantom X Premium member

New this month Correction: The scientist was under orders to grab everything quickly due to the dinosaurs getting loose. He simply does not notice the vial is not in properly and breaks it. Not a mistake.

Corrected entry: Before Wheatley tries to remove one of the Indoraptor's teeth, he shoots two tranquilizer darts into its neck. When the Indoraptor bites Wheatley's arm, the darts are gone.

Correction: It could have easily just fallen off when off screen.

Quantom X Premium member

Corrected entry: At the start of the film, when the small submersible is swallowed by the underwater dino, the helicopter tries to contact it. The pilot of the helicopter refers to the submersible as Marine One. They would not have used this call sign, as Marine One is the call sign for any United States Marine Corps aircraft carrying the US President.

Quantom X Premium member

Correction: This wasn't a military operation, they were just mercenaries. They used "marine one" as a simple designation for that submersible, and it wasn't like they registered the call-sign with any agencies.

Bishop73

Corrected entry: When the Indoraptor is attacking Owen and Claire, its claw goes through her calf. When she returns in the next scene the wound is in her thigh. (01:41:35)

Correction: It only appears that way but her leg was turned at the time it was stabbed by the claw. The wound didn't move, just her leg did.

Quantom X Premium member

Correct. The wound was definitely not in her calf. The claw penetrated her leg above the knee.

raywest Premium member

It never appears to be her calf to be fair. You see her knee when it happens.

Ssiscool Premium member

Corrected entry: The cage housing the Indoraptor during the initial reveal with Maisie was later used as the same hallway Maisie ran down when meeting Owen for the first time. Instead of a cage, it led to a dead end with a dumbwaiter. All bars and floor markings vanished.

Correction: The Lockwood estate is quite large and the basement level would have many passages and hallways. Maisie was running down a different hall.

raywest Premium member

Corrected entry: How did the mosasarurus survive that long without food? I know the writer of the film says this part takes place a week after the first movie but that's not true. The remains of the Indominus Rex are just a skeleton, that takes a lot longer than a week. And the mosasarurus could have been feeding on it, but then the remains wouldn't have been intact.

brianjr0412

Correction: It could have fed on the other dinosaurs roaming the park that came too close to its lake.

Correction: Colin Trevorrow says the beginning of the film takes place between a week or a month, not necessarily a week, also it could've eaten the Indominus rex slowly or any pteranodons that flew to close to the surface, it was already freed for 2-3 years when Fallen Kingdom actually starts.

Joey221995

Corrected entry: Velociraptor "Blue" somehow smells an odorless H2 gas leak and also notices electrical arcing, then is smart enough to realise that an explosion is imminent and runs and jumps while being concussive blasted through a window in true Hollywood fashion.

Correction: This entry is wrong, Blue heard the gas, and saw the explosive sign, and ran.

So, dinosaurs can read and recognize labels? Since when?

Corrected entry: All these dangerous dinosaurs held in cages and truck trailers and not one trailer or cage is locked, even at the auction later in the film.

Correction: They felt there was no need for locks. The cages were shut and secure enough that the dinosaurs weren't going to get out. And they planned on maintaining watch and control over them and had no fear of someone stealing their dinosaurs. It's like not locking your car when you park it in your garage, which is often also left secured but unlocked.

Bishop73

But surely, if they are prepared to lock the gates at the manor, why not have locks on the cages?

Ssiscool Premium member

But at the manor, they weren't planning on maintaining strict watch over them and/or had more fear of someone could steal them with all the additional guests.

Bishop73

Corrected entry: There is only one T Rex on the island - in one scene she is near the volcano while they are escaping, and in the next scene she has been captured and is on the boat.

Shirlslb66

Correction: That is the same T-rex. After she kills the Carnotaurus she is shown walking off, and when Owen, Claire and Franklin see the helicopters with her in a cage she was just tranquilized offscreen.

Joey221995

Correction: It is never stated that there is only one T-Rex on the island. The veteran rex seen in the previous films was captured and removed from the island. There is at least one more left on the island. Also, I just saw the film again, and shortly after the scene where the T. Rex is with the fleeing animals, a sedated T. Rex can be seen in the background being loaded onto the ship by helicopter. This could be the veteran T. Rex we've seen in the previous movies that was captured as the mercenaries were preparing to evacuate.

raywest Premium member

Corrected entry: Owen is dosed with Carfentanil in an amount intended for dinosaurs. At 10,000 times the potency of Morphine, that amount of the drug would have killed him. It's so potent, the lethal dosage for humans is measured in micrograms.

wizard_of_gore Premium member

Correction: The amount used was calibrated for a smaller dinosaur like Blue. Also, Zia pulled the dart out of Owen before it was fully injected into his body (the liquid can still be seen in the vial) so he did not get the entire dose, which might have been enough to kill him.

raywest Premium member

Correction: The quantity needed to anaesthetise the dinosaurs would depend on their size, and the users would have been trained to measure out the necessary quantities. It is likely they would have also adjusted it for Owen so that he was not killed.

Not sure what the amount needed for the dinosaurs has to do with Owen. Any amount that would bring down a dinosaur would certainly kill a human.

wizard_of_gore Premium member

The amount used was calibrated for a smaller dinosaur like Blue. Also, Zia pulled the dart out of Owen before it was fully injected into his body (the liquid can still be seen in the vial) so he did not get the entire dose, which might have been enough to kill him.

I had the feeling that Lockwood never intended for Owen, Claire, and the others to survive once they'd outlived their usefulness, so it doubtful there was any concern about whether or not the dosage was lethal to humans.

raywest Premium member

Corrected entry: Mills should have heard the T-Rex before she eats him.

oswal13

Correction: He just came from underneath a car that was being trampled and crushed by a stampede of dinosaurs who weigh thousands of pounds it's quite obvious he became momentarily deaf which explains why he didn't hear the Tyrannosaurus.

Joey221995

Corrected entry: In Jurassic World, Jimmy Fallon explains in the gyrosphere ride that the glass cannot be penetrated by bullets. In Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Owen easily shoots through the gyrosphere glass twice.

Correction: He doesn't shoot through it. He shoots into it, fracturing it, and the bullets ricochet back into him.

It's clear they don't ricochet.

Ssiscool Premium member

Correction: And yet during that video, multiple problems were occurring and the I-Rex was still able to poke its claw through the glass. Obviously it wasn't fully secure, especially since it was only meant to be around herbivores, not a dinosaur on the loose.

Corrected entry: The lagoon where the amphibian dinosaur is living is not connected to a river or to the sea, so it was impossible that he reached the open sea.

oswal13

Correction: It's not a lagoon. It's a very large enclosed area of the ocean.

Greg Dwyer

Correction: There's a canal connecting from the Lagoon, flowing through a part of the island leading to the ocean.

Corrected entry: Owen would have been killed while sedation wore off when lava was creeping towards him. A person would die from the heat metres away let alone a metre like when he was by the log. (00:37:30 - 00:38:00)

Houma R L Dave

Correction: Not necessarily. It all depends what type of rock/lava it is. Even if you touch lava, you would get a nasty burn but you wouldn't die unless you were engulfed by it. The true mistake here is that with the amount of time he spent so close to the flow, he would have at least had first degree burns and redness all over.

wizard_of_gore Premium member

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