Jurassic Park III

Eight years after the Jurassic Park incident on Isla Nublar, Dr. Alan Grant struggles to keep pace with modern times and is in need of research funding. While on a dig, he is approached by Paul and Amanda Kirby, entrepreneurs looking for a guide to fly over Isla Sorna with them on a sightseeing tour. Isla Sorna is another island that the genetic company, InGen, used to clone dinosaurs. The island was evacuated and is now restricted, but the Kirbys insist they have the government’s permission to fly over it. They are willing to pay Grant handsomely for his services, and Grant, along with his assistant, Billy, agree to go along. The four and three other passengers (Udesky, Nash and Cooper) fly to the island. Soon after landing, they are attacked by a spinosaurus, which trashes the airplane. Dr. Grant learns the Kirbys are not wealthy, but actually divorced parents looking for their young son, Eric, who disappeared parasailing over the island while vacationing with Amanda and her new boyfriend, who also is missing. Udesky, Nash, and Cooper are mercenaries hired by Paul and Amanda. The dwindling survivors struggle to find the boy and escape the island.

Factual error: There is no way a 2001 phone's tiny speaker could be heard a hundred meters away in the belly of a dinosaur or later buried in a mound of dino dung.

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Dr. Alan Grant: What John Hammond and InGen did at Jurassic Park is create genetically engineered theme park monsters. Nothing more and nothing less.
Woman: Um, are you saying that you wouldn't wanna get onto Isla Sarnoa and study them if you had the chance?
Dr. Grant: No force on Earth or Heaven will get me on that island.

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Trivia: The scenes with the flying dinosaurs were supposed to be in the original movie, as it was part of the book Jurassic Park, but Spielberg decided not to include this in the first movie due to budget restraints.

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Question: How does Ben Hildebrand die? Only his skeleton is shown in while Billie removes the parasail. He would not have been killed and eaten by a dinosaur because his skeletal remains are still there, and he wouldn't have been strangulated as he was talking to Eric as per the video.

Answer: While the movie doesn't explain this, it most certainly wasn't a dinosaur (since a carnivorous dinosaur would eat him). However, in Jurassic Park Adventures: Survivor, he dies from internal injuries due to the rough "landing".

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Answer: Raptors.

Answer: Compisigthus or compies would have done the trick.

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