Written November 29, 2014
Had me on the edge of my seat throughout and clutching the seat next to me a couple times too. Highly recommend.
Written August 29, 2014
I remember seeing this film when it first was on the big screens, and loved it then. All these years later, just getting to see it once again on a large screen is a thrill, and I can't count the number of times I've indulged in this film since over the years. Brilliant, from the story from Michael Crichton to the direction by Steven Spielberg to the performances from a truly stellar cast, and the cutting edge effects that have stood the test of time. If anything, this film is even more timely as technology runs far ahead of humanity. The is the only film Spielberg has approved for 3D treatment, but I barely noticed it once the film started, as Spielberg's work is shot with such depth and attention to detail that it almost IS 3D already. Either way, getting to see the film on the big screen again was a joy and one I highly recommend!!
Written November 30, 2014
Jurassic Park was one of my favorite movies of all time. To be able to see it in 3D was a great opportunity. I highly recommend to watch this movie in 3D. 3D made this original film way better. You could buy the movie or watch it online, but they would not compare to the experience given by 3D.
Written November 27, 2014
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 March 07, 2015
First, let me say that my 13 year-old son enjoyed the Jurassic Park 3D and when I discussed it with him afterward, he didn't not have anything negative to say about the movie. I am old enough to be my son's grandfather, so you can take this critique with that in mind. Movies are created more with someone my son's age than mine.
With all of the technology available to us today, I do not think that 3D has advanced since the original "House of Wax" in the 1960's when I hit my head on the back of my seat when the villian of the movie threw a burning torch at me and I tried to duck. The glasses were made of paper back then and one lense was green and the other was red. The shades they have us wear nowadays loses some of the background and I had the feeling that most of the movie was filmed at twilight. As I said, I'm old and maybe it's my cataracts.
I had watched Jurassic Park before and I was ready for it. Unfortunately the previous viewing years ago made the movie rather borin