Hilarious video from TL;DW. If you think watching Jurassic Park Trilogy in one sitting is impossible, better think again!
Jurassic World is only a couple of months away before hitting the big screen. I think it is now time to refresh our knowledge with the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park and watch the Jurassic Park Trilogy, but we know that is not going to happen.
The trilogy is long and might bore you to death if you are planning to marathon all three. Luckily, the guys from TL;DW (or Too Long;Didn?t Watch as oppose to the TL;DR, Too Long;Dind?t Read) posted a video on their YouTube channel that summarizes?in a comical way?the Jurassic Park Trilogy.
Watch the Jurassic Park Trilogy in just 3 minutes!
Credits to TL;DW YouTube channel
Here are the funny bits of this video:
- I lost it when the commentator said ?Mostly they only eat the people who deserved it though? and the other guy said ?true, these dinosaurs follow a strict moral code?. When they said that I began to think the plot of the movie, there isn?t a single good person killed in the entire trilogy!
- As for The Lost World: Jurassic Park, when they said that ?Goldblum is back and his shirt is even more unbuttoned? is actually kind of true.
- Not to mention the nod to the classic kiddie cartoon show The Land Before Time. That was pure epic!
- The logic with the Raptors is actually funny, if you get the reference on the last part.
- The analysis of the meaning of the Jurassic Park Trilogy is somewhat accurate, especially the Jurassic Park 3. Marriage is hard!
- And finally, before the clip ends, the guys from TL;DW left its viewers another funny comment. ?Dinosaurs: They?ll either kill you or really help you through some rough patches.?
I enjoyed watching this clip. The lines are well thought out that they are not trying hard to be funny, it was entertaining as hell and I would watch it a couple of times more just for the lols. I say, this is the perfect thing to watch if you are having a bad day.
Photo source: Wikimedia Commons
By Jeremy Thompson from United States of America [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons