JURASSIC World’s portrayal of the Ankylosaurus, has been criticised by a dreary man.
Julian Cooke, 43, attended the film alone and snorted his derision throughout, looking frantically around the room in the hope of finding a fellow dissenting voice.
Before the final credits had finished Cooke was questioning the the blockbuster’s paleontological accuracy aloud, eagerly anticipating the Twitter storm he would unleash once he got home.
Cooke said: “Like everyone else, I was hoping to see an accurate depiction of creatures from the middle period of the Mesozoic Era, so to see the Ankylosaurus, which everyone knows is a plant eater, killing and eating prey was repellent.”
Meanwhile, Jurassic World still managed a box office record opening weekend, despite losing the lucrative palaeontologist market.
Fellow cinema-goer Nathan Muir said: “I’m pretty sure it was the same guy who mumbled about tectonic plates through Ice Age.
“If you really want to pick holes then ask why people keep believing a dinosaur-based amusement park is a viable business idea, or how they keep getting public liability insurance. Or why anyone would not want to see Chris Pratt get eaten alive.”