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    My Version of "Jurassic Park III"

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    StegosaurusMember616 XPDec-11-2019 5:03 PM

    I was hit with a sudden stroke of inspiration tonight, and I had to write it down. This is my personal version of how I would have written Jurassic Park III.


    The film would begin in a manner not unlike Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, except with a BioSyn expedition to Isla Sorna in 1998; specifically, to Site B’s genetic lab compound (the one seen in the actual JP3), where BioSyn agents, led by Lewis Dodgson, raid InGen’s abandoned DNA banks and amber stores, even getting access to the DNA of creatures that InGen had not yet cloned for the Jurassic Park project. As they’re leaving with their haul, however, the team is ambushed by a Tyrannosaurus Rex, which, naturally, kills a couple people before the rest are able to flee the island.

    The film would then flash forward to about three years later, in 2001. In the years since the fall of Jurassic Park, and then of InGen following the 1997 San Diego incident, Dr. Henry Wu has been trying to pick up the pieces of his life and his scientific career, caught between guilt over what his efforts have wrought upon the world, and curiosity over where things will go from there. One day, an CIA agent arrives at his home with disturbing news; a dinosaur carcass has been found in the Nevada desert. The CIA believes that BioSyn is responsible, and believes that the company is secretely creating a new wave of cloned dinosaurs for it’s own dark ends. They plan to inflitrate BioSyn’s operations to see what they are doing, and ask Dr. Wu to accompany them as a scientific consultant, as he was instrumental in InGen’s first forays into de-extinction. Wu agrees.

    The team, consisting of CIA agents, Dr. Wu, and a few other scientists, successfully locate the source of BioSyn’s operation: a massive, Area 51/Black Mesa-esque research facility in the Nevada desert, overseen by Dodgson and by BioSyn CEO Jeff Rossiter (a character from Michael Crichton’s The Lost World novel). Over the past three years, the company has bred several new dinosaurs, including Ankylosaurus, Corythosaurus, chameleon-skinned Carnotaurus, & even Pteranodons in a canyon-based aviary. But the most dangerous of these new creatures is a gigantic, psychopathic Spinosaurus, and a new breed of Velociraptor, stated to be twice as intelligent as InGen’s variants from the first two movies, led by a breeding pair designated Queen (the alpha female from the movie) and Knight (her mate and second-in-command). The Raptors have developed a fierce grudge against BioSyn, and Dodgson in particular; BioSyn did not breed their dinosaurs all-female like InGen did, and as such, they breed normally. But whenever they do, BioSyn takes the eggs or new-born chicks and kill them, recycling their DNA for further usage elsewhere. Naturally, the Raptors don’t take to kindly to this inhumane massacre of their young.

    With BioSyn’s operation now uncovered, the team attempts to sneak their way back out. Unfortunately, the heroes are soon discovered by BioSyn security, and in their frantic efforts to escape, the main power grid is compromised, allowing the dinosaurs to escape their holding cells and into the wider facility. Pandemonium ensues as Dr. Wu and the others try to navigate their way out of this nightmare and call for reinforcements, all the while avoiding BioSyn agents and the escaped dinosaurs, especially the Spinosaurus. The Raptors take advantage of the situation by executing any BioSyn personnel they come across.

    Eventually, the heroes manage to navigate their way out of the base, but not without their own losses to the Spinosaur, Carnotaurs, and Pteranodons (in which, like in the movie, the Pteranodons escape from the confines of the aviary). The dinosaurs suffer heavy hits as well, with many dying in the chaos, including Knight. The team is able to send out a call for help, and military forces soon arrive at the facility, killing the Spinosaur and arresting Rossiter and all the surviving BioSyn employees. Infuriated by his failures, Dodgson attempts to murder Wu and the others, but they are saved when the surviving Raptors appear. Queen, infuriated by both the loss of her mate and the deaths of countless of her offspring, exacts her revenge on Dodgson by first breaking both of his legs, and then stomping her foot down onto his chest, driving her sickle claw through his heart. With no quarrel against Dr. Wu or the rest of the surviving protagonists, the Raptors take their leave, fleeing into the Nevada wilderness before the troops come to pick up the survivors.

    In the aftermath of the incident, BioSyn is shut down for good and Rossiter is given a life-sentence. The surviving dinosaurs that they bred are taken to government medical facilities to be nursed back to health, and then transported to Isla Sorna to live out the rest of their lives in relative peace. The United Nations decides to establish a permanent base of operations on the island to ensure a similar incident does not occur again, and they offer Wu a position on the science team, which Wu readily accepts.

    But the ending is still bittersweet. BioSyn has been stopped, but there are still a few dinosaurs roaming around in the wild, in particular the Velociraptors and the Pteranodons. The film would close on the Raptor pack having made a life for themselves in the mountains of Utah, with Queen brooding over a new clutch of eggs, and the flock of Pteranodons flying into the sunset in the distance.


    What do you think? Do you think this is better or worse than the movie we got? Let me know in the comments below, and have a great rest of the day.

    A true fan can acknowledge the bad while still appreciating and cherishing the good.

    7 Responses to My Version of "Jurassic Park III"


    VelociraptorMember1789 XPDec-11-2019 6:29 PM

    I like this idea a lot.

    Zwei Wing is the best singing duo. Change my mind.


    VelociraptorMember1630 XPDec-11-2019 8:45 PM

    I really like this idea! Would have made for a really interesting movie, most likely better than the movie we actually got. Especially like how Wu finally gets his own character arc and becomes a central character! Honestly, if I were to make Jurassic Park 3, I'd probably either do something similar to this, or something more similar to JP3 but in a better way.

    If people weren't lazy, we wouldn't try to be efficient. If we weren't efficient, we'd never get anything done.


    Tyrannosaurus RexMember9516 XPDec-11-2019 10:41 PM

    I think that with more recent scientific discoveries uncovering that most of the Dinosaurs in Jurassic Park didn't look the way they were depicted in the movies I would have gone a somewhat different direction...

    Firstly I would have set JP3 on Isla Nublar, where the first movie was set. In the years since the facilities have fallen into disrepair and nature has taken over. 

    Whomever the cast would be would at first be in awe of the magnificence of the Dinosaurs freely roaming the island, but as the movie progresses the characters uncover the truth that the Dinosaurs are dying, with the ultimate message of the movie being an echo of what Dr. Malcom said - when you realized you could, you didn't stop to think of whether you should.


    StegosaurusMember616 XPDec-12-2019 4:27 AM

    Gavin Having the dinosaurs slowly dying is an interesting–if rather saddening–idea, especially since that realization is essentially what Michael Crichton's The Lost World ended with.

    As for the accuracy factor, the idea is that BioSyn is essentially aping InGen's work and occasionally modifying it in their own way, such as with the souped-up Spino and the hyper-intelligent Raptors. So most of the dinosaurs would have the same kind of look as in the original films.

    A true fan can acknowledge the bad while still appreciating and cherishing the good.


    AllosaurusMember4035 XPDec-15-2019 3:39 AM

    I think I would rage quite the Jurassic Park films if they decided to kill off all the dinosaurs



    StegosaurusMember616 XPDec-15-2019 11:02 AM

    Xenotaris That was basically how Crichton ended The Lost World; with the implication that the dinosaurs would all eventually die of prion infection. And even in the original Jurassic Park, the book ended with the Costa Rican government napalming Isla Nublar. The only surviving animals were the offspring of the breeding dinosaurs who may have escaped to the mainland, like the Compies or, potentially, the Velociraptors.

    A true fan can acknowledge the bad while still appreciating and cherishing the good.


    AllosaurusMember4035 XPFeb-26-2020 11:22 AM

    I like your rendition of Jurassic Park III, maybe perhaps I should do my own rendition later :)

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