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Jurassic Park

05 Apr, 2013
2 hrs 07 mins
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Universal Pictures is releasing Steven Spielberg`s groundbreaking masterpiece `Jurassic Park` in 3D to commemorate the movie`s 20th Anniversary. With his remastering of the epic into a state-of-the-art 3D format, Spielberg introduces the three-time Academy Award-winning blockbuster to a new generation of moviegoers and allows long time fans to experience the world he envisioned in a way that was unimaginable during the film`s original release.

Starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Samuel L. Jackson and Richard Attenborough, the film based on the novel by Michael Crichton is produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Gerald R. Molen.
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Its been 20 years since John Hammond took us on that helicopter into Isla Nublar, the emerald green island off the coast of Costa Rica. Since that gamechanging moment when Steven Spielberg [ Images ] masterfully filled the gap between im and possible, blurring the line between what could be imagined and what could fill up a screen a hundred times the size of our face, a lot has changed. Its been 20 years of self-amplifying cinema, with computer generated imagery relentlessly on the rise, the spectacle magnified beyond reason: bigger, louder, weirder. Cars are crushed, then cities, then worlds. Boom boom BOOM.Digitally created tigers appear better than the real thing now. And every gargantuan summer release - from a Pixar film to the next Transformers [ Images ] movie (produced by Spielberg) to even The Great Gatsby, for heavens sake - is coming our way in 3D. Its everywhere and, quite frankly, its often exasperating. (Not everything can be Avatar. Or, better still, Hugo.) ...Read full review
Re-released on the occasion of its 20th anniversary, Jurassic Park has been digitally overhauled and converted into 3D for a new generation of filmgoers. There have been significant advances in FX technology during the intervening years but Steven Spielbergs box-office bonanza still holds the viewer in a vice-like grip until the closing credits start to roll.Always a master storyteller, the director achieves a fine balance between high-tech pizzazz and popcorn entertainment. An outdoor theme park is populated with dinosaurs cloned from the DNA of fossilized mosquitoes that once fed on the blood of the prehistoric predators. The brainchild of a billionaire Scotsman (Richard Attenborough, endearing as ever), the mastermind invites a motley crew of scientists to tour the as-yet-unopened resort. ...Read full review
There is something about disaster films that make us want to watch them over and over again. While watching others battle hard to survive a catastrophe, you subconsciously become those characters, which ensures an adrenalin rush. Their fear and courage engulf you, enabling you to live the adventure you see on the big screen. Who better than Steven Spielberg to help you do so! 20 years back, ripples were not just created in the glasses of water kept on the dashboard of a car in the film`s iconic scene, marking the thunderous footsteps of an approaching dinosaur, but also at the box office as the `first-of-its-kind` eco-horror took the audiences by storm. The re-release of the triple Oscar-winning movie gives you an opportunity to watch the lunging velociraptors and T. Rexes in 3D.But before the fun part (dinosaur attack) begins, the opening half of the film does seem a bit `old-fashioned` in its slow and gradual build-up. Lectures on the science of `cloning dinosaurs`, DNA, etc., along with an introduction to the paleontologists and scientists who are invited to millionaire John Hammond`s ( Richard Attenborough) island theme park `Jurassic Park` for a preview make you a tad impatient. Post-that, you are kept on the edge of your seat till the end, with not just impactful CGI and 3D but also by striking an emotional chord with you. ...Read full review