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Carl Chasin 2018-06-06
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One of the things that makes the Jurassic Park franchise so memorable is John Williams’ score.

That score is teased, but never truly unleashed, in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which is also the perfect analogy for the movie as a whole.

Everything feels held back and small.

Picking up three years after 2015's Jurassic World, Fallen Kingdom begins with the world in a moral quandary.

A volcano threatens to kill all of the remaining dinosaurs in the world.

Or, with the knowledge of what they generally do to humans (in five movies, now, and counting), do we let them die?

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Michael Wilson 2018-12-20
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A Florida man now holds the record for capturing the largest Burmese python in the state after he ensnared a massive 18-footer over the weekend.

John Hammond captured the serpent in the Florida Everglades as part of the South Florida Water Management District’s (SFWMD) Python Elimination Program, Fox 35 reported.

“Ran down, grabbed it by the head.

When I did that, it constricted me from the waist down, which was the plan,” Hammond told the news station of the capture.

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“The snake bags were too small.

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Carl Chasin 2018-06-06
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One of the things that makes the Jurassic Park franchise so memorable is John Williams’ score.

That score is teased, but never truly unleashed, in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which is also the perfect analogy for the movie as a whole.

Everything feels held back and small.

Picking up three years after 2015's Jurassic World, Fallen Kingdom begins with the world in a moral quandary.

A volcano threatens to kill all of the remaining dinosaurs in the world.

Or, with the knowledge of what they generally do to humans (in five movies, now, and counting), do we let them die?

Michael Wilson 2018-12-20
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A Florida man now holds the record for capturing the largest Burmese python in the state after he ensnared a massive 18-footer over the weekend.

John Hammond captured the serpent in the Florida Everglades as part of the South Florida Water Management District’s (SFWMD) Python Elimination Program, Fox 35 reported.

“Ran down, grabbed it by the head.

When I did that, it constricted me from the waist down, which was the plan,” Hammond told the news station of the capture.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

“The snake bags were too small.