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Comments about the soundtrack for Jurassic World (Michael Giacchino)

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You're the kind of idiot that Christ warned us about
• Posted by: KMA1281   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, November 11, 2015, at 7:43 p.m.
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• In Response to: Jurassic World: unholy abominations from the a... (MKM)

Umm, dood. You seem to be conveniently forgetting about the fact that the dinosaurs end up escaping from their cages, reaking havoc throughout the island, and maiming/injuring/killing people. 'What does that have to do with anything?' you might ask. The answer is that those events create the true main point and core of the story which is that mankind has limits that they should not break and, if they DO break those limits, there will be consequences. Now whether you want to say that those limits and consequences are the result of God or Nature or whatever else you want to call the supernatural force that is safeguards our fate, the end result is still the same. Things don't tend to end well when Mankind tries to grab the reigns of creation from those who rightly wield them.

Even the quote from Ian Malcolm in the original movie that you alluded to is more of a criticism of Mankind's arrogance in creating the Dinosaurs (the fallacy being that Man does not have the power to destroy God, only choose to acknowledge and respect him or arrogantly ignore and disobey him) than a testament to Darwin. And if you don't want to believe in Dinosaurs or Evolutionary theory, that's completely okay. Strip away the dinosaurs and put any kind of abomination that mankind can think up and create while trying to play God and you'll STILL have the same core story. The Dinosaurs are just a part of the setting.

Anyway, I'm not really in the mood to reply to all of your points tit-for-tat style, so I'll leave you with this: You cannot just ignore humongous chunks of a story and expect to form any kind of truthful conclusions as to its intent. You have clearly dropped every ball imaginable in your half-alysis of this film and the result is that all content about the film in your post is a lie. If you think you're such an amazing Christian? Consider reviewing the commandments. "Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness" comes to mind here.

Happy Christing to you.

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