Jurassic Park Funko POPs Movie Scenes Include Two Hungry Raptors And One Sick Sick Triceratops

It's safe to say that "Jurassic Park" probably had the most disastrous focus group testing of all time. As chaos theoretician Ian Malcolm (the incomparable Jeff Goldblum) famously says, "When the Pirates of the Caribbean breaks down, the pirates don't eat the tourists." Thankfully, one of the earliest hiccups only involves a sick triceratops that Dr. Ellie Sattler wants to help. But of course, it all goes downhill after that, with a tyrannosaurus rex tirade and the escape of the deadly velociraptors, which are not only fast, but they figure out how to open doors and scare the living daylights out of poor Lex and Tim in the kitchen. Now, a couple of those jurassic mishaps are being brought to life as "Jurassic Park" Funko POPs Movie Moments, which you can check out below.

'What do they got in there, King Kong?'

First up, one of the "Jurassic Park" Funko POPs Movie Moments finds Dr. Ellie Sattler kneeling down to take a closer look at the wailing triceratops, who has become strangely ill rather than being a lively dinosaur attraction for kids to scream and point at. Honestly, being sick and lying in the middle of a field is probably better than dealing with families on vacation, so the triceratops probably comes out on top here.

As nice as this moment is, I can't help but wish that Funko could have figured out a way to make a Movie Moment where Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill) is resting his body on the triceratops as it breathes. Sure, that moment is probably more effective if the belly actually rises and falls with the dinosaur's breath, but who says toys can't use technology to bring that scene to life properly. However, I suppose the design of Funko POP figures might make it had to have the figure of Grant flush against the body of the triceratops. But that's not for me to worry about. I'm not a toymaker!

Meanwhile, the other moment finds Tim (young Joseph Mazzello) hiding from a pair of velociraptors in the kitchen. One of them is sniffing the metal ladle that Tim just knocked over while the other has hopped on top of the counter after hearing the noise. It's a shame they couldn't have figured out a way to include Lex in this diorama somehow. If they really wanted to make some money, they could have included a raptor in another diorama with Lex trying to close herself in one of the cabinets. 

If you're not into the whole movie scene Funko POP line-up, there's a happy medium you can also get your hands on. It's the "Jurassic Park" poster with the tyrannosaurs rex grabbing a velociraptor in its jaws. The only way it would be better is if it recreated the climactic scene with the "When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth" banner falling behind them instead. But again, I don't make the toys. I just waste money on them. 

You can get all these "Jurassic Park" Funko POP items over at Target right now.