Written May 05, 2013
This movie was great, I went with my grandson. We had both watched the original Jurassic Park. He loves dinosaurs so this is an ideal movie.
We both enjoyed the movie, and even though he had thought he would get scared at the dinosaurs being so close, all was well n he left his glasses on the whole time.
Written April 06, 2013
... as 20 years ago. This, like "Jaws," was an lmost-perfect movie: script, actors, effects. Now, with a few added scenes and in 3D, i is even better. GO!!!
Written April 09, 2013
20 years ago I went to the movies to see Jurassic Park with my dad. Now I got to take my own son to experience it on the big screen. He loved it, and so did I. I had forgotten how great it was on the big screen. The movie holds up remarkably well. The computer effects as well as the practical effects. The acting is still what it is. From Sam Neill's stoic reluctance, to Jeff Goldblum's wry sarcasm. And of course Richard Attenborough's whimsical John Hammond. The 3D doesn't either add or take away as far as I'm concerned. The draw, to me, is more in seeing Jurassic Park the way it was meant to be seen: on a huge screen. If you never liked the movie, this rerelease won't change your opinion. But, if you love it or have fond memories of it like I do, then you owe it to yourself and you kids if you have them to see it. Oh and the T-Rex's roar was meant to be heard in theater surround sound. It still rattles your core.
Written April 13, 2013
My daughter and I went and we had an absolutely great time and loved every minute of it. She kept asking me who was going to be okay, and I'm glad that I was able to tell her that it had a happy, but scary, ending!
Written April 17, 2013
It was great to see it again in 3D, the movie look it nice and the sound was good.Watching it like that make it good of the visual effects in the film.Love it and it makes me felt like i watched for the first time. You should not miss it while it still playing.