We not only lack dominion over nature, we’re subordinate to it.
The Doomsday Clock might be about out of time, but as they say, it’s always darkest just before eternal nothingness.
It’s okay for us to depend on each other. That’s what people do.[to Maisie]
You made a promise to a dinosaur?[Owen Grady: I made a promise we would bring her home.]
You didn’t come out all this way just to catch up, now, did you?[to Ellie]
In order to instigate revolutionary change, we must transform human consciousness.
I’m living the Alan Grant life.[to Alan]
Had a dog once. Humped my leg so much I got a callous on my shinbone. That’s a true story.[to Owen]
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You’re the one who’s gotta go to get her. You’re her mom. You’re her only shot.[to Claire, about Maisie]
Why do we dig? Because paleontology is science, and science is about the truth.
We hold on to regret, we stay in the past. What matters, I guess, is what we do now.
Protect her how? By locking her inside? She’s got questions. You know, questions we can’t answer. She wants to know who she is. Who Charlotte Lockwood was.[to Owen, about Maisie]