I give this a solid 7 out of 10 but I have a more serious question, is this like a new thing? Movie parody proposals? There was that Spiderman proposal that Jess had on her blog the other week where some squid dressed as Spiderman beat up villains that were 'attacking' his girlfriend before proposing.* Call me a traditionalist but I think sticking with a good ol' fashioned private proposal is still the play. Because with these or with jumbotron proposal's you've got to be straight up 1,000% sure the answer is going to be yes. Otherwise you're probably out a grand just on props and stuff, plus you've suffered public humiliation and in the age of cell phone cameras are probably going to be a viral video. Good luck going on that first date after every woman on the planet saw you get rejected wearing Spiderman pajamas in Times Square! Nah I don't think this is for me. If a proposal ever happens (call from Mom in 5...4...3....) I want it to happen where no other human being exists to view my potential failure. So I suppose given that set of circumstances my movie parody proposal would be Battlefield Earth? Sounds about right.
*Jess initially had the title of her Spiderman proposal blog 'Watch this Superman proposal!' You better believe I was looking at every article in our company handbook to see if confusing Spiderman with Superman is a fireable offense.
PS: Jurassic Park came out frieking 19 years ago this week. 19 years! I remember being flat out GEEKED when this movie hit. Forced my parents to take me to the theater the day it came out (this also happened with The Avengers two weeks ago). It had literally everything a kid could want, violence, dinosaurs, Newman, everything. My only gripe is that Jurassic Park isn't an acutal thing yet. Didn't that seem like the most plausible plot ever? Mosquito's have been around for millions of years. They get preserved in sap. Bingo bango I'm riding around on a Triceratops. Come on science!
Double PS: I'm stll legit horrified that that if I go to a porter potty a T-Rex is going to knock it down and eat me.