If you’ve seen “Jurassic World,” you can probably guess that it cost a whole lotta money to make it. But just to give you a specific number, “Jurassic World” was made on a budget of $150 million.

Yup, $150 million.

But who says you can’t make a blockbuster movie without all that money? Matthew Potter and his friends took up the challenge of creating a sweded parody of the fourth “Jurassic” film on a budget of not $150 million, but £50 (about $77).

Packed with action and lots of garbage bags, cardboard pieces, water guns, and my favorite, ketchup, this trailer will make you want to watch the movie all over again (and if you haven’t seen it yet, you’ll want to).

They even have a side-by-side video so you can compare it to the official trailer.

And for those of you on the run that can't watch the video — don't worry, we got you.

Garbage Velociraptors in training (no offense intended, we love our raptors)


Source: Matthew Potter

Welcome to Jurassic World!!


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Most intense puppet show ever.


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The iconic mosquito in amber… err.. jello.


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(Hint: They’re not really inside)


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*Fart-like ketchup bottle sounds at the approach of the Indominus Rex*


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Run from the cardboard Pterosaurs!


Source: Matthew Potter

By - grape Japan editorial staff.