Jurassic Park

Top 10 storms in film

The UK has just been hit by the world’s least impressive storm, and it’s got us thinking about some tempests that actually delivered on their promises. And, obviously, they’re all in films – why is real life never as good?

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Nick Robinson braves Jurassic World

Avoid the portaloos, Nick.

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Jurassic Park IV still stuck in amber

Sixty-five million and ONE, sixty-five million and TWO…

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RIP Ray Harryhausen

All the greats are leaving us!

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Top 10 (Easter) eggs in film

Easter is, as we’re all well aware, all about the eggs. Whether you favour your yolk-encasing wonders painted, boiled, scrambled or made from chocolate, it’s definitely a time for eggs to shine. So we’ve trawled through our film library to bring you the VERY BEST EGGS of cinema. These little prolate spheroids are going to rock your world…

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Jurassic Park original producer moves onto Star Wars

Abandons Spielberg in favour of Abrams. Oooo scandal.

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Top 10 Clone Films

With news from Harvard that we may soon be cloning an authentic Neanderthal (if the scientists can find ‘an enthusiastic female’ to impregnate), we got to thinking about films that have featured clones over the years. The list below should be a top ten, but has become a Top 10 + 2, presumably because a process of cloning clone films and unintentionally breeding new ones has also been occurring without our knowledge. Either way, here is our top 10 (+2) clone films. Enjoy enjoy enjoy enjoy….

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Jurassic Park 4 lands in cinemas in summer 2014

WE WANT GOLDBUM

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James Cameron nearly directed Jurassic Park

Our childhood – it hurts!

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In The Name Of The King: Two Worlds

In 2006, unofficially-crowned Worst Director of All Time Uwe Boll made an action-fantasy video-game adaptation (of the Dungeon Siege games) called In The Name Of The King. It cost $60million, starred Jason Statham and Ron Perlman, and boasted supporting turns from Ray Liotta and Burt Reynolds. It made less than $14million and has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 4%. Now, six years later, he’s made a sequel. Super.

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