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The Raptors weren't scary but the way they were portrayed as "trained" was great - Dr. Wu - 06-12-2017

The way they were still portrayed as dangerous animals was realistic. Owen may have been their alpha but if made a wrong move they could attack him. "Trained" Lions can show strong bonds with their trainer but that doesn't at all mean he's completely safe with them.

So maybe the Raptors weren't as scary in this film as previous movies but for me this made up for it.

This is just my opinion of course but what's yours?


RE: The Raptors weren't scary but the way they were portrayed as "trained" was great - Draconisaurus - 07-10-2017

I have to agree. Handled quite well in the film. They were careful to balance scenes of successful raptor-training with shots of them almost or actually killing the workers.