Monday, April 29, 2013

Jurassic Park

I saw Jurassic Park in 3-D. Guess what that means:

Jurassic Park (1993)

Plot: John Hammond wants to make an amusement park, but this ain't no Disney World. As opposed to Mickey Mouse walking around there are herbivores, and.....carnivores. But, hey, the carnivores are behind electric fences!
Hammond brings in three doctors, a lawyer, and his grandkids for approval over the park. But one of his workers is evil. EVIL. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL. Uh, sorry.
He tries to steal a bunch of dino-embryos, but when a poison dinosaur wants to "play", yeah, well, that's the last you see of him. He drops the embryos.
But, wait! Wouldn't such an amazing park have a top-notch security system and see the traitor? Yes, so...he turns it off! This means that the electric fences are off, too. The T-Rex eats the lawyer while he's doing business. In the bathroom. Hammond, one f the doctor's wife who is a doctor herself, the third doctor who isn't married, and the guy who would later play Mace Windu are trying to "get Jurassic Park back online".
Meanwhile, the married doctor and the two grandkids are trapped in the open and are trying to survive!
In the end, the park shuts down and everyone (except some hunter) survives, and, they're all happy.

Rating: 10 stars (out of a possible 10). Fun fact: Bill Watterson (Calvin And Hobbes) didn't draw any dinosaurs in Calvin And Hobbes strips for months after this film's release, to avoid unfair comparisons with the CGI-nosaurs.

Recommended For: Anyone!

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