Written June 25, 2016
It was worth seeing again in 3D this time. So intense and kept us on the edge of our seats. Saw it when it was first released. It seems so mild compared to seeing it in 3D. Would highly recommend to those who have seen it to see it in 3D.
Written May 30, 2016
I saw the non-3D version on the big screen when it came out 20 years ago, and I own the DVD; needless to say, I love this movie. Seeing it in 3D was amazing! All I can say is Wow!
Written June 29, 2016
It was awesome, enough said. To expand yes it was the exact same movie as the original but that was expected. The 3d was stunning and this can not be contradicted in any way. 90% of the movie was 3d overlay and that outstanding compared to other movie you go see. So if you haven't saw it yet I highly recommend it.
Written May 31, 2016
10/10. Remastered in High Definition, The film looks like it just came out. Love the entire film. Favorite part was the T-Rex attack scene. Rawr all night long. Im very pleased that i went.
Written May 23, 2015
Remember the first time you saw 'Jurassic Park'? Mind-blowing, right? Well, twenty years on it's back. But seeing it in again, even in 3D, just reminds us how far the technology has advanced. Watching JP now reminds me of seeing that car I lusted after when I was sixteen, but now, two decades later, I see the same car and realize what a jalopy it really was. Now, JP isn't exactly a jalopy, but it does show its age, and without the eye-popping FX distracting me I can see the underlying weaknesses of the story. At the end, it is a strangely Luddite film, not so subtly denouncing the very technologies that made it possible. The acting is one-dimensional (although watching Sam Neill shake as he gets his first glimpse of the dinos remains a treat). And the story is utterly ludicrous: why makes animals that can kill you with one swipe, then give our heroes nothing more than a shotgun? Might as well have been a steak knife.
I give this tired old bird ***.