I don't just want any "Jurassic Park IV." I specifically want the William Monahan/John Sayles big giant slab of insane that I read and reviewed at Ain't It Cool several years ago. That was one of the strangest re-imaginings of a genre I've ever seen, and I would have loved it if they'd gone through with it. Super-smart dinosaurs armed with guns working as a mercenary team? Genius. Totally deranged. It's even funnier because the first 30 pages of the script read like a traditional sequel before it suddenly makes a left turn and becomes barking rabid mad. I wish more sequels would aim as high as this one did on the page. I think it could easily have been one of the worst films ever made, but I also think there's a version of it that would have scrambled every single geek brain that ever witnessed it. No matter what, it was ambitious, and it was daring, and it was willing to fail spectacularly, and if we reward nothing else with sequels, we should reward an ability to try something new.