Thursday, April 4, 2013

MINI-REVIEW: Jurassic Park 3D

Jurassic Park

Sam Neill, Laura Dern


June 11, 1993 (Original)
April 5, 2013 (3D)

Steven Spielberg

Universal Pictures

2 hours 7 minutes



20 years ago, audiences were enchanted and blown away by Steven Spielberg's groundbreaking movie 'Jurassic Park.'  1993 was a pivotal year in Spielberg's career, having both 'Jurassic Park' and 'Schindler's List' dominating the Oscars and taking home the most prestigious awards of the night, including Best Picture for 'Schindler' and Best Visual Effects for 'Jurassic.'  Up until now, I was never really the biggest fan of this movie for some reason.  It just didn't really connect with me and I never really found it amazing.  Seeing it on the big screen really added something to this movie.  It really made me appreciate the film more overall.  Even the post converted 3D was fantastic and really brought you into the story and this awesome world.  If you've seen this movie before, it's well worth going to see it again on the big screen, and even taking somebody whose never seen it before to experience it.  I took my father whom had never seen it to see it with me, and he fell in love with it.  So as Jeff Goldblum would probably say, "Life, uh, finds a way, to, uh, make a 20 year old, uh, movie, come to life again, uh, on the big screen in, but um, post converted 3D."

1 comment:

  1. Christopher Nolan quits INTERSTELLAR and decides to do one more film on BATMAN.


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