Tuesday, May 26

Polyvore Tuesday: Jurassic World!

In honor of Jurassic World's upcoming release, Polyvore is having an in-house contest called "Get Ready For Jurassic World!"
That seemed fun, so I did a set today featuring a promo-photo of Chris Pratt with one of his trained Raptors along with a girl's outfit suited to working with him as an assistant trainer with a jungle background!

 Assistant Raptor Trainer

Assistant Raptor Trainer by madamdreamweaver

Did you like any of the Jurassic Park movies? 
I always liked the first one with Sam Neil best. It had the most suspense and greatest surprise, being a new idea. The subsequent 2 films seemed under par.

I have a hard time believing one big dinosaur is smart enough to recognize and hunt down a particular set of people persistently for 2 hours of film.  It seems to me they'd be more likely to forget about them once out of sight, so I guess it doesn't suspend my sense of reality in that sense.
This new film still has the giant monster dinosaur chasing people because the Jurassic genetic scientists never got Jeff Goldbloom's wise words from the first film: Just because you can do a thing, doesn't mean you should."
This Jurassic Park, however, is not some abandoned science experiment. This  time it's been open and running like a successful Dinosaur Disneyland for 10 years. Chris Pratt apparently works there as a Raptor trainer and performer, maybe doing a show for guests.
In any case, the monster they shouldn't have created gets lose.
This much I've gleaned from the previews.
We also saw the movie "Tomorrowland," this past weekend. It starts off a tiny bit slow, but then turns into a pretty engaging adventure. It has a "we can fix the world if we work together," message.
The film is based on Disney's Tomorrowland Park, which, in my opinion, was Tomorrowland when it was built in the late 50's, then rebuilt in 1967.
But now it's 2015. And, for the most part, it's still back in that 1967.
So what if they added a Buzz Lightyear game-ride to an existing building or can Find Nemo? How are either of those really futuristic in concept? How do they go beyond where we are now?
It's time their visionary engineers to envision a 22nd Century "Tomorrowland!"
Disney World, at least, because they have such extensive property, could and should shut Tomorrowland down & do an overhaul! How about trying to make it look like the cool city they envisioned in the Tomorrowland movie!

Because as it is, it's just the same old Tomorrow it was yesterday.
What about Disney's Parks do you think need updating?
Stop back for Garden Pics tomorrow!

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