Went to see Jurassic World Fallen kingdom with my homies it was pretty good I have to say but their were some disappointments into it but I don't really care it's a Dinosaur movie but I do know one thing that their is another Jurassic World coming out on "june 22 2021" #jurassicpark#jurassicworld2#jurassicjune#cinimark#rexy#dinosaurprotectiongroup @this_is_foreverland @strawberryshortcak.ke @joshualightsaber
Yesterday we went as a family to AMC to watch the #JurassicWorld double feature! We all wore #JurassicPark shirts because why not lol.
It was definitely cool to watch them back to back. 🦖🦕
#JurassicWorldFallenKingdom was amazing! 🤯 It was funny, action-y, suspenseful, and downright heartfelt at times. 🤧 I may have let out a couple tears at one point; you will know when. Plus I love the tie-ins & parallels to the original trilogy and Jurassic World.
The first movie was not not in IMAX but Fallen Kingdom was which definitely made watching it an experience.
I look forward to watching it again sometime!
Overall Oliver behaved very well throughout both movies. However during the first movie there was a container of nacho cheese, that I didn’t find until the movie was over, that was under my mom’s seat. Usually he is fine and leaves things like popcorn and candy but I guess the cheese smell was too hard to ignore. And because I realized something had his attention, I put him on my lap where he stayed until intermission.
We will be working on Oliver’s leave it skills in hopes this won’t happen again. 😣
During part of the intermission, after I took him on a potty break, I used a mostly empty row and the low lighting as a training opportunity to help build Oli’s confidence. Oliver isn’t a big fan of walking in the rows when the lights are low/dark, especially on the side of edge/gap. This is because he can’t see where he is going and tends to hug the seats since he knows it’s safe. Which is weird considering he’s never had an incident with the gap before so idk. 🤷🏻♀️ After walking through a couple of empty rows and rewarding him heavily when he made progress, you can tell his confidence was getting better. He’s still not fully comfortable walking near the gap but is more willing to walk in the center rather than under the seats.
During the second movie, after removing the nacho cheese container, Oliver laid on his towel and slept through the whole movie! 🐶 He was funny and slept with his head on me foot for a good portion of the movie. 😂
In honor of the new Jurassic World movie premiering this weekend, my featured diecast is Jeff Gordon's Jurassic Park The Ride car from 1997. This was one of the most infamous cars in NASCAR history. Universal Studios was opening up their new Jurassic Park ride and they teamed up to sponsor Jeff in the All Star race. This race didn't count for points and crew chief Ray Evernham, car builder Rex Stump, and owner Rick Hendrick decided to get experimental and try a wish list of new set-ups and parts when building this car. They named it the "T-Rex", after the movie and the car builder. Well the car was lightning fast and won the race handily. Despite the fact that it was 100% within the rule book, NASCAR made swift changes and banned the car from competition. It wasn't illegal, just ahead of it's time and it happened to be driven by a living legend at the height of his career. Many of today's car set-ups use ideas from T-Rex. It was a legendary car and great pairing of my favorite sport and favorite movie. I'm glad I added it to my collection, it's one of my crown jewels! #NASCAR#GoFastTurnLeft#NascarDiecast#JurassicPark#JurassicWorld#AYearInTheLife2018#Day173 🚘🏁🏆🦖
Picture it: The year is 2025 – I’m cruisin’ down Sunset Blvd in my brand new, shiny blue gyrosphere with my pet #raptor ... Wind blowing through our (okay my) hair... Sunset on the horizon. When out of no where (and obviously we’re completely shocked to see) a giant T-Rex making its way toward us, hungry for Maddy (appetizer) and Cupcake (that’s my raptor - aka main course). Luckily, I know how to push this gyro to the limit, and I make donuts around Timmy (the T-Rex... it’s just easier in 2025 to name ALL the dinosaurs since we’re all just gonna be living together like a bunch of maniacs—we can at least make it civil). Anyway, so I’m making donuts around Timmy until he gets so dizzy he passes out. Cupcake and I have a laugh, and head to The Valley for a beer, and you guys THAT’S exactly what you have to look forward to if #JURASSICWORLD ain’t playing with us. 💀🔥🦖 #jurassicworldfallenkingdom
We are so excited to be featured in the new @jurassicworld movie that we thought we would drop a special new roast named after an equally extinct animal. #
The name was picked by our community (thanks to those that voted and responded to the email.) Yes, yes we know dinosaurs were from a different time than the mammoth 🐘 but that doesn’t mean Dr. Wu wouldn’t bring it back to life! (Don’t worry that’s not a spoiler). #
The Mammoth Roast is a blend of coffees from small family-owned farms in western Colombia, as well as southeastern Brazil. The result is a balanced cup with notes of lemon, chocolate, and the unmistakable nuttiness, characteristic of coffee from South America. #
One of the last remnants of the Ice Age, the mammoth was a large and formidable creature, arguably one of the largest to walk through North America. For this coffee, we coaxed out a gigantic flavor to match the size and swagger of its namesake. With each sip,
Flavor Notes: Chocolate, Lemon, Almond, Medium Body
Growing Region: Colombia, Brazil
Growing Elevation: 1500 Meters (Colombia), 1200 Meters (Brazil)
Processing Method: Washed (Colombia), Natural (Brazil)
Mammoth Artwork by: @thegustagust