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Studio executives and filmmakers were so preoccupied with whether or not they could make Jurassic Park sequels, they didn’t stop to think if they should. Continue reading The Jurassic Park sequels are proof the franchise forgot Ian Malcolm’s greatest lesson
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Academy Award-winning director James Cameron’s take on Spider-Man was different to Sam Raimi’s – but it wasn’t better. Continue reading James Cameron is a better director than Sam Raimi – but Raimi was the BEST director for Spider-Man
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