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Masrani: It's white. You never told me it was white.
Claire: Think it will scare the kids?
Masrani: The kids? This will give the parents nightmares.
Claire: That's not a real dinosaur.
No, it ain't, kid. But somebody's gotta make sure that this company has a future. Imagine... that one, a fraction of the size... deadly... intelligent... able to hide from the most advanced military technology. A living weapon unlike anything we've ever seen. You see? Millions of years of evolution... what did we learn? Nature is the gift that just--
Owen: The asset? Look, I get it. You're in charge out here. You gotta make a lot of tough decisions. It's probably easier to pretend these animals are just numbers on a spreadsheet. But they're not. They're alive.
Claire: I'm fully aware they're alive.
Owen: You might have made them in a test tube, but they don't know that. They're thinking, "I gotta eat." "I gotta hunt. I gotta... (hand sign of making out)." You can relate to at least
one of those things. Right?
You look tense, Claire. Maybe you should just focus on the controls. The key to a happy
life is to accept you are never actually in control. You should spend a day at the beach. Get some sun. ... Don't forget why we built this place, Claire. Jurassic World exists to remind us how very small we are. How new. You can't put a price on that.
Since the day we hired you out of the Navy. You knew the end game. These animals can replace thousands of boots on the ground. How many lives would that save? War is part of nature. Look around, Owen. Every living thing in this jungle... is trying to murder the other. Mother Nature's way of testing her creations. Refining the pecking order. War is a struggle. Struggle breeds greatness. Without that... we end up with places like this,
charge seven bucks a soda.
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