Anybody watching it on itv1. I'm watching it on itv1+1 as missed the first bit so though I missed the beginning on +1 I'm not far into it. Love it, anybody know if it's on DVD.
I once fell out of a moving car as a young child.I used to have it on video but then dvd's were invemted. So a certain lady decides it would be a good idea if he got out of a moving car lol.
Now T Rex is after Max and Alan her brother is still in or should I say under the car which is about to go in a tree after this ad break. Poor Max is terrified and her poor brother is on his own. Clear off adverts.I once fell out of a moving car as a young child.
Well it was a blue van actually, a small one that looked part car, my dad used to use it for his shop.
I can still remember it, he turned left near All Saint's church in Newton Heath (we lived in Newton Heath at the time, so why his shop was in Oldham I have no idea. lol), the door suddenly came open and I fell out. Luckily he was only going slow. Good job they have seatbelt and child safety seat laws now.
I never noticed a Scottish accent.Never understood how Richard Attenboroughs Scottish accent disappeared after half an hour.
And as for the guy and two kids in a tree with a brontosaurus chomping on branches when he says..."Don't worry,it's a vegetarian"....Try patting a rhinocerous or a buffalo...they don't tend to be very friendly...
Nice idea the dinosaurs from mosquito DNA....shame the island was full of 'em overnight when the big ones would have taken 25/30 years to be that size.Or is that what they call 'artistic licence?'
Apart from that ...it was a fun movie...
That's what I said the first time I saw it about the T Rex's teeth lol.I love that film. I was watching it while the kids were out the room and my 3 year old daughter walked in and sat down glued to the screen. I was worried she would get scared so i tried to turn it over as T. rex was on the lose but she wanted it on and loved it bless her. She keeps saying big teeth and laughing.
just the first one I'm after.I love it - one of my favourite feel-good movies. I have all 3 on DVD, though the first one is the best by far
I wasn't scared the first time I saw it. Clever raptor figuring out how to open doors.I always remember taking my daughter to the cinema too see it,she was 6 at the time.She wasn't at all scared and sat and watched every minute of it.We got home and she went in to her bedroom and there was a small moth in it and she went ballistic,crying and shaking for about 10 minutes.