‘Jurassic Parkour’ Is Delightful, Exactly What It Sounds Like
Here's what to do when an acrobatic T-rex chases you around
After a lifetime of thinking of them as short-armed brutes with a taste for meat and nothing else, we’re just finding out that the Tyrannosaurus rex was actually a lover, not a fighter.
As a new parody video reveals, the T-rex’s parkour skills are on par with its lovemaking abilities.
The parkour-themed successor to 2015’s Jurassic World, Jurassic Parkour doesn’t have the greatest special effects, but it does feature scenes that were shot at filming locations which were used in some of the actual Hollywood films.
The brains of the operation, L.A.-based filmmaker Devin Graham, said he made the new project as a “labor of love” to the original Jurassic Park because the 1993 flick changed his life.
Given we still hum John Williams’s theme song on a daily basis, we’d have to agree.
Oh, here’s where to get the sexy rexy suit.
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