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Pleasantly surprised

By thoth031085
Written April 29, 2017
Have loved this movie since I first saw it in theaters when I was 8, so couldn't pass up a chance to see it in theaters again. That being said I sent in with mixed expectations based on the poor execution of 3D movies I have seen before. In the end I was very pleased. While being shot in 2D 20 years ago, this edit had more immersive and better rendered 3D quality than any "3D" movie I have seen before. The WHOLE movie was in 3D rather than just a few seconds here and there and wasn't all about objects flying at you or on and off the screen (which quite frankly just give me a migraine). All in all, fantastic!
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20 Years Later, Jurassic Park Is Still A Delight

By psiberti
Written October 22, 2016
This event had been building up for several months now, my friends and I exclaiming, "Jurassic Park in 3D Imax, let's GO!" Inevitably Saturday rolled around and we were not disappointed or let down in the slightest. Here's how I'll break it down: If you absolutely adore/love this classic movie, you must go and see it, even if you just simply enjoy Jurassic Park, or dinosaurs or a fun time at the movies, Jurassic Park's anniversary re-release will give you all of these things AND in 3D! The dinosaurs and the park never looked better as did the extreme-close-ups on Sam Jackson's mouth with the cigarette eternally dangling from it. I heard sounds within the dinosaurs roars that I had never heard before because the sound was so ear-drum blastingly-good. On top of it all, this re-release is a celebration. A celebration of how much fun one can have at the movies, a celebration of a great director's vision and a celebration of Jurassic Park.
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Just Ok

By sassestats
Written February 26, 2017
I was so excited to hear this movie was in 3D, I was already envisioning the scene with Glenn (newman) and the spitter, sadly it did not hold up to what I envisioned. I believe Jurassic Park 2 in 3D, would be much better. I wasn't completely upset, but I didn't walk away feeling any different than I did when I saw it many yrs ago. We went on a Sunday afternoon, so if you have nothing better to do, why not go see it. Just don;t expect to be darting out of the way for anything.
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By mbt3wuva
Written February 14, 2016
The music. The great effects. Jeff Goldblum's one-liners. Still one of the most purely entertaining films ever made. Highly recommend seeing while it is still out...we just saw the basic 3D version but would have loved to see the IMAX. I thought the 3D conversion was great as well. Yes, it intensified some of the dino-attacks of course, but I was more impressed by the additional scenery depth I had never noticed before. Overall - totally worth the money/time!
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4 Thumbs up!

By DMC02766
Written January 20, 2017
First off I am a huge fan of this movie and remember very vividly seeing it 2 times when it was originally out in the theater in 93. I have been anxiously awaiting for months when I first heard this was going to be re-released in 3D. I must say, in Real D 3D, this movie was amazing! It was really awesome to see things with depth and the realistic feel when the dinosaurs jump at you. Some parts have more depth than others although it was all very much worth going to see it. If you have seen it before- check it out on the big screen, you will really enjoy it.. if its your first time seeing it- be ready for a wild ride.
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