Nothing I'm going to list detracts from my own enjoyment of the film. It's still awesome.
These People Have No Fucking Idea How to Transport Dangerous Animals
The iconic opening scene of the raptor killing some hapless worker seemed a little too strange this time around. I suddenly realized how strange it was for fifty-odd people to be standing around with rifles and cattle-prods. It seemed a little over-kill, especially for an animal which really couldn't be much more dangerous than a jungle cat. Then I thought, wait a fucking minute: WHY DIDN'T THEY TRANQUILIZE IT???
Even the remarkably stupid character in The Hangover realize a carnivorous animal should be put to sleep before they try to put it in their car.
No wonder Hammond is being sued. He forgot to take the most basic precaution when transporting a dangerous animal.
And where did those 50 guys with guns go when they lost the power and the dinosaurs started eating everyone, hm????
An Electronic Egg Turner???
Not to mention just the set-up of having one incubator, a metre off the ground so those precious eggs can fall and be smashed to pieces, is a little peculiar. Where are all the other eggs being incubated? Where are there a dozen raptor eggs being incubated when they've had so many problems just having three raptors around? The questions raised here are endless!
Wait... What Are Those Electric Cars Attached To?
I'm calling shenanigans on this! We're told the cars are running on tracks. We see them move without a driver, we see the tracks underneath them - so imagine my surprise when I noticed watching the movie this time around that there's actually nothing connecting the cars to the tracks. Go on, look at every picture you can find. I saw the cars from multiple angels in three dimensions and I'm telling you: Nothing is connecting them to the track. So apparently Hammond cut costs on security so he could buy magic cars...
Why Does the CGI Look So Good?
This is just something that I will always find mysterious: Jurassic Park was the first movie to really go to town with computer generated images, and yet somehow the CGI in it looks more believable than most of the CGI coming out today. I don't really have anything else to add... That fact just sort of amazes me.