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LEGO®5005255

Bricktober Jurassic World™

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  • October 9th, 2020
    Average rating5out of 5 stars
    Ian Malcolm, and the others too. But Mostly Ian!
    I would recommend this to a friend!
    Purchased for: Self
    I mainly got this set for the Ian Malcolm minifigure, which is more appropriate than the one featured in LEGO 75936 Jurassic World Jurassic Park: T. Rex Rampage. Even if you don’t have an opinion on the appropriateness of that, he wouldn’t walk around a park like that (and frankly after what he’s been through, he shouldn’t be walking through a Park at all). This one also appears in one episode of LEGO Jurassic World: Legend of Isla Nublar. The minifigures came assembled for anyone who enjoys the process of building them, which, I personally do not. The Owen Grady minifigure was the one from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, in the clips where he was training the baby velociraptors. (I used the velociraptor for another Compsognathus, but others may not care very much about having different sizes of velociraptor figures.) The minifigure is all ready to train the future Raptor Squad, from the bag of treats to the gauntlet to keep them from eating his arm. I don’t like the weird faces, but I’m not even going to try to guess what emotions he is trying to show. I switched it out with one of my many extra Owen Grady heads. This Claire Dearing minifigure is also from Fallen Kingdom. It is “Lockwood Estate” Claire (thank you to Brickipedia for helping me figure that out), the one who talked with Benjamin Lockwood (who we still need a minifigure for) and Eli Mills at the beginning of the movie. It comes with a phone, which I am really happy about because my other Claire’s don’t have a phone, but it wasn’t relevant to that part of the movie. The Ian Malcolm figure will be hard for me to talk about without breaking into a Jurassic Park debate, but I’ll try my best to limit quotes. This minifigure was awesome. It came with a flare, just like he had with him when he almost died (the first time, for anyone asking, “Which time?”). He then took half a movie to barely not die, while continuing to dish out awe-inspiring quotes about the irony of humans. “Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.” All in all, this was a great set, and I wish Toys R Us could have produced more before their untimely demise.
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