This film is a classic, great for a family and can really get you to feel. You feel happiness at certain points, and you also feel fear and thrill for most of the film. I found myself getting worried for the characters, as if I was there myself. The film is great for anyone of any age (maybe not young children) because it is an overall enjoyable film and has no flaws. I am only twelve and I loved it, but anyone younger than ten may find it frightening at times. It is so exciting that it keeps you on the edge of your seat and you never want to look away from the screen. All of the characters are great and it's like you get to know them. It's one of my favourite films and I would recommend it to anyone who fancies watching a good, exciting movie.
Jurassic Park really is one of those films that DVD was made for. With its awesome set pieces, breath taking effects and beautiful locations its hard to think of another movie better suited to take advantage of DVD's picture and sound ability's. The question reamins though, have Universal produced a good disc?
The answer thankfully is a resounding yes, the DVD looks great and presents the movie with wonderful audio and picture quality. The Film itself has stood the test of time well, granted its not even 15 years old yet but still visual effects have come on leaps and bounds in the last decade, and seeing as Jurassic Park was one of the first movies to usher in the effects laden era its Dinosaurs still look breathtaking on the screen.
The Story was always a strong one, and director Steven Spielberg assemles a good cast including Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum and Laura Dern to potray the human characters. The real stars of the show are still and forever will be the Dinosaurs. Right from their first appearence they render the humans pointless, such is the impact they have. I dare you to watch the T-rex attack sequence and not be amazed. Jurassic Park remains one of the 90's finest films and in its own right a modern classic.
The DVD comes with a nice selection of Special features to. You get the normal trailers, production notes and cast bios but also several interesting featurettes about the films production and piles of Special effects info. Theres also a Dino encyclopedia and a piece on Location Scouting rounds of a very decent package, for an outstanding film.
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Multimillionaire John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) has a plan for a spectacular new theme park: a secluded island where visitors can observe actual dinosaurs. With the latest development in DNA technology, scientists can clone brachiosaurs, tricerotops, velociraptors, and a Tyrannosaurus Rex, using the blood preserved in amber from insects that bit the dinosaurs long ago. Paleontologist Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern), and Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) are duly impressed with the living results during an advance visit. But when a devious employee tampers with the sophisticated security system, the dinosaurs escape, forcing the visitors to fight for their very survival. Director Steven Spielberg Certificate PG Year 1993 Screen Widescreen 1.85:1 Anamorphic Languages English - Dolby Digital (5.1) Additional Languages German ; Hungarian Subtitles Arabic ; German ; Hindi ; Hungarian ; English For The Hearing Impaired Duration 2 hours and 1 minute (approx) Region Region 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.
Director Steven Spielberg's dinosaur blockbuster starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum. Eccentric scientist John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) plans to open a theme park populated by live dinosaurs which have been genetically engineered from DNA found in a preserved prehistoric mosquito. Archaeologists Alan Grant (Neill) and Ellie Sattler (Dern) are invited to view the park, along with chaos theory expert Ian Malcolm (Goldblum), only to find themselves being hunted when the dinosaurs break free. The film was a phenomenal box office success and a landmark in the development of computer-generated special effects.