And the latest entry in the franchise, Jurassic World, is no different. We've talked before about how this film makes no sense, and also how it almost contained a provocative shit-slathering scene, but we haven't yet mentioned its devotion to the art of shilling. There's a Starbucks in the park, and a Brookstone, and an IMAX theater. Also, many scenes feel like they were shot by a parent whose kid is playing the Mercedes-Benz logo in a school play.
"You stole the show, Mercedes."
But there's one aspect of the Jurassic Park franchise you'd expect companies wouldn't want their products featured: as the technology. You know, since the only thing we really expect from a Jurassic Park movie is to see technology fail and the resulting dinosaur calamities. And yet, despite that, Samsung still really wanted to be the ones supplying phones for all the park employees, the ones that seem great at first ...
... until they start dropping calls, which leads to two kids almost being eaten.
These two. Crandy and Bryceler, or whatever.