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Catching Up on Your Feedback – Anyway, That’s All I Got!

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We’re back! We’ve been away for a little while, but the wait is over, and to celebrate our return we’re catching up on ALL of your feedback! We work our way through an entire summer’s worth of comments and emails, and there are plenty of conversations and debates to be had. Hopefully, we’ll be able to make this a regular segment in order to encourage fan interaction, albeit in a much more concise way.

Go on…Catching Up on Your Feedback – Anyway, That’s All I Got!

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The Jurassic Park Series (Anyway, That’s All I Got)

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In what is undoubtedly our longest episode to date, we decided (against our better judgment) to revisit all five movie in the Jurassic series, from the original Jurassic Park all the way to the newly released Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, we dissect the few successes and many failures of the series thus far, all the while pondering how this franchise manages to continue, and how the hell it got to the point it’s at today. Needless to say, we have plenty of agreements, disagreements, and insights along the way, and at the end of the show we give our individual pitches for where we’d like the franchise to go.

Hosted by Sam Noland, Jason Read, and Anthony Battaglia!

Go on…The Jurassic Park Series (Anyway, That’s All I Got)

PODCAST: Jurassic World, Movies That Defined Our Childhood

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This week on the podcast, we review Jurassic World, answer your feedback from last week, and then discuss the Top 5 movies that defined our childhood. Considering we’re all different ages, the results may vary.

Of course, we covered tons of movie news, trailers, and speculation you may have missed this week, and our Netflix Recommendation of the Week has been signed, sealed, and Adonis’ed.

QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is the movie that defined YOUR childhood? Let us know in the comments or hit us up on Twitter: @NowConspiring

Go on…PODCAST: Jurassic World, Movies That Defined Our Childhood

Review: ‘Jurassic World’ Spared No Expense

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Jurassic World is the fourth movie in the overall Jurassic Park franchise that kicked off 22 years ago. We’ve been waiting 14 years for a new movie, but does this return to Isla Nubar satisfy?

Turns out, it really does. Jurassic World is a ton of a fun, and I had a blast watching it. The enjoyment I gained from the movie even rivals the original Jurassic Park, which was a staple of my childhood (and yours, probably). But it’s a different movie with a different tone, and even some different things to say.

Go on…Review: ‘Jurassic World’ Spared No Expense

First Official Trailer For Jurassic World (Compared With The First Ever Trailer of Jurassic Park)

Still processing this. There’s something haunting about watching this trailer and seeing this park be open — 20 years after seeing the movie as a kid.

Back then, we could only dream about what the full realization of a Dinosaur amusement park would actually look like. Now they’ve gone and made it.

For full nostalgia, check out the very first trailer for the very first Jurassic Park movie to compare:

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