Written July 25, 2016
Even though I have all three Jurassic Park movies (in VHS) I just had to check out the 3D version. Though it's not a real 3D, the effects are there after being remastered. Sound is good but a home system with lots of bass can do the same thing.
Worth going to see especially if you can get a matinee as a senior to save some money.
Written May 25, 2015
I was really excited to finally be able to go to this movie as I did not see it when it came out. My girls (14,12 & 9) also saw the preview and were excited as well. I was very disappointed at how slow moving (boring) it was until the hunt began. (Dinosaurs hunting people) That is when it became very predicable. That along with body parts flying around made it somewhat inappropriate for the kids. I was tempted to give it a so-so rating just because of the Dinosaurs but I couldn't justify it. (they are only actually on screen for 6 minutes the entire movie and I don't think its worth it to sit through the other 2 hours.
Written October 20, 2014
The story still holds up even 20 years later.....3 D pretty good except for all the butts in face. Still scary at times even though I knew the story.
Written June 26, 2016
20 years later and the film remains as solid as ever, truly a masterpiece that shall never be dated. The 3D transfer is excellent and really lends well to the material and setting, dinosaurs have never looked so good!!! With sound better than ever too it was a pure treat to be able to see this one again on the silver screen. The only thing that would have made it even more enjoyable was someone special to share it with and/or perhaps a son or daughter to introduce the magic that is "Jurassic Park", a memory that they'd surely remember forever!!!
Written September 29, 2016
Most people have already seen the 2D version so the movie is nothing new. The 3D conversion was very good considering the movie is 20 years old. The 3D effects aren't as intense as modern movies, but I think that's better, especially for people that aren't big fans of 3D in the first place. Bottom line: Don't pass up the opportunity to see this fantastic movie while it's back in theaters.