It isn’t about the science, or even about the dinosaurs themselves. A new Jurassic World trailer has been released, and it reveals exactly why the park exists: to make money; it’s one big corporate smorgasbord of prehistoric creations designed to make the pockets of braindead executives fat and cushy. Naturally.

The new trailer has me remembering a quote from the Godzilla reboot that came out in 2014. “The arrogance of men is thinking nature is in their control and not the other way around.”

In this case, the park’s operations manager, Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), decides that the only way to continue bringing in visitors to the park is to create a dinosaur bigger and meaner than the T-Rex. This plan, of course, goes horribly wrong—and that’s your basis for Jurassic World.

‘We have an asset out of containment,” Howard’s character cries at one point in the trailer. That’s not even the worst line.

The dialogue is bad, the plot is ridiculous, but I’m still optimistic about Jurassic World’s chances. If anything, the silver lining here is that Chris Pratt is the leading man, and he is somehow the leader of a Velociraptor pack.

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