Four years after the failure of Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar, John Hammond reveals to Ian Malcolm that there was another island ("Site B") on which dinosaurs were bred before being transported to Isla Nublar. Left alone since the disaster, the dinosaurs have flourished, and Hammond is anxious that the world see them in their "natural" environment before they are exploited.
|nudity||Ian tells Sarah that he would have tied her to the bed if he had known she was going to Isla Sorna, in a non-sexual way.|
|violence||7/10 Human body-count: 1 (on-screen). 4 or 5 (off-screen). We hear that a young girl was injured by a group of small dinosaurs (compsognathus). Several herbivore dinosaurs destroy a camp, with no casualties shown. A man is picked up by two tyrannosaurs and ripped in half. This is shown very briefly in dark lighting; mainly just a silhouette. A man is attacked by a group of compies. One of them chews on his lip for several seconds; soon, he is able to get rid of them and run away. Then they attack him again, this time fatally - the attack is behind a log, so cannot be seen, but we do see his blood running down a stream. Two tyrannosaurs attack a camp. One man is stomped on, and we see a fleeting glimpse of him stuck to the T-Rex's foot. A man notices a snake slithering into his shirt while he's trying to hide from a tyrannosaur inside a cave. In a panic, he trips and his arm slips into the dinosaur's jaw and lifted out of view. The sound of a bite is heard before blood pours down the waterfall in front of the cave. At least 6 team members are killed on-screen by velociraptors. We see the dinosaurs pounce on them or pull them down, but the actual deaths are hidden behind tall grass. It's implied that many more are killed off-screen. A velociraptor is impaled on a spike. We see it thrashing around as blood flows from the wound. It's implied that an entire boat crew is killed by a tyrannosaur. We see a severed hand hanging from the ship's wheel and an apparently dismembered arm holding a device (the arm-stump is out-of-view). A security guard pulls the aforementioned device out of the person's hand and proceeds to open the cargo-hold, releasing the tyrannosaur inside the cargo-hold. The dinosaur proceeds to chase several other security guards off the nearby pier, snapping its jaws at them with no success. It's also implied that the tyrannosaur eats a dog, but all we see is it chomping on the empty doghouse. The tyrannosaur then proceeds to wreak havoc in San Diego. It crashes into a bus (which slides into a video rental store), smashes into cars, and breaks through buildings. The tyrannosaur grabs a man in its mouth, crushes him in its jaws, sets him down behind a car, crushes him underfoot (off-screen) and begins eating him (also off-screen). A man has his leg bitten by a tyrannosaur. He is eaten off-screen by a baby dinosaur.|
|profanity||2 quick uses of "shit." 8 uses of "hell," 4 of "bastard" (along with a character credited as the "Unlucky Bastard" in the credits), 3 of "damn," 3 of "Goddamn" and 1 of "son of a bitch" (plus another in a deleted scene). "Oh, my God" is uttered about a dozen times.|
|alcohol||A man takes a long swig from a flask.|
|frightening||7/10 The dinosaur attacks portray peril, threat and menace. These instances are intense and there is sustained peril in these sequences that may make them unsuitable for children. However, in some instances the outcome is reassuring and generally limited injury is shown other than a few cuts and bruises. There are a couple jump scares, along with one prolonged sequence of dinosaurs chasing men. Many of the deaths could be disturbing to young children especially the scene where a man is pulled out of his car and ripped in half. A scene where a dog is eaten could be sad to animal lovers. The scene where 3 main characters are attacked in a trailer is very intense and ends with a man being ripped in half and the trailer falling off a cliff exploding, almost killing the people inside|