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Great, with one minor caveat....

By stork.elizabeth
Written October 20, 2014
JP definitely holds up 20 years later, except (spoiler alert) for the Deux Rex Machina ending, which was a little disappointing after such a carefully crafted plot.
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Even a better movie 20 years later in 3D (IMAX)

By cwlove12
Written April 06, 2013
Still can't figure out how Lucas and team created such incredible images that look so real? Forgot how good the acting (and casting) was - especially Jeff Goldblum and Wayne Knight. The John Williams score in full digital sound simply blew my mind. A must see! :-)
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By Msmonalisa72
Written August 29, 2014
WOW!!!! They did a great job on the 3D in this movie. I know it's 20 years old, but you couldn't tell. It was like seeing it for the first time. I could feel the breath in my face. Truly a must see if you can!
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By mrsvcameron
Written October 23, 2014
Enjoyable and exciting re-capture of a great film production with the latest technology. Do not cheat yourselves, make sure you're viewing at an IMAX theatre and not RPX
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Has stood the test of time without added 3-D

By mourhen
Written April 07, 2013
Jurassic Park is a classic and I've watched it many times. Upon seeing the 3-D version, I've come to the conclusion that these effects must be executed during the original production, not added years later. It was to me, obvious that the effect had been an after thought. Areas in the foreground are blurry and there are a lot of reflections in interior scenes that did not translate well. There was only one scene where the effect actually worked well (near the end of the movie when a young raptor was jumping upward towards a character escaping through a ceiling vent). This is a movie that stands well on its own without gimmicks. The 3-D version was not worth the hiked ticket price.
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