Eight years after the InGen incident, Dr. Alan Grant is happy with his life far from any dinosaurs other than fossilized. Unfortunately, he is extremely short in research money, and therefore accepts the offer of wealthy businessman Paul Kirby: A low flight over isolated Isla Sorna, where InGen's second research site was located, and Dr. Grant can fund his future research for a long time. What Dr. Grant didn't know is that Kirby just needs a dinosaur expert to help him and his wife find their 14-year-old son Eric, who crashed on the island while paragliding. What he did suspect, but never wanted to witness, is that the Velociraptors have evolved into a communicating species (and seemingly all along had the capability to do so), now being smarter than primates.
Originally, the film included Jeff Goldblum and his character, Ian Malcolm. But a few days into filming, Goldblum injured his leg and decided to drop out, stating that his character wasn't that important to the script.
Are you saying you wouldn't want to get on Isla Sorna and study them if you had the chance?
No force on earth or heaven could get me on that island.
Incorrectly regarded as goofs: There are numerous inconsistencies between this movie and the others in the Jurassic Park series. However, since they do not compromise the movie's own internal structure they cannot, legitimately, be classed as goofs.