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Huge advancements in scientific technology have been able to create an island full of living dinosaurs. John Hammond have invited four individuals, plus his two grandchildren to join him at Jurassic Park. But will everything go to plan? Especially when one of the parks own workers attempt to steal the dinosaurs embryos, and have to shut down all the electricity in the process. It’s now a race for survival with everyone located all over the island.

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Release date: Jun 11, 1993
 
MPAA rating: Rated PG-13 for intense science fiction terror.
 
Official website: http://www.jurassicpark.com
 
Runtime: 127 min
 
Movie Reviews:
  • 100
    Empire - by Caroline Westbrook
    So the script and the performances aren't exactly Oscar material, but it scarcely matters given that the real stars here are the ILM-created dinosaurs, a miracle of modern moviemaking. ...

  • 91
    Entertainment Weekly - by Owen Gleiberman
    As a flight of fantasy, Jurassic Park lacks the emotional unity of Spielberg's classics ("Jaws," "Close Encounters," "E.T."), yet it has enough of his innocent, playful virtuosity to send you out of the theater grinning with delight. ...

  • 90
    Time - by Richard Corliss
    For dinosaurs to rule the earth again, the monsters needed majesty as well as menace. And Spielberg got it all right. [14 June 1993, p.69] ...

  • 88
    Rolling Stone - by Peter Travers
    Colossal entertainment -- the eye-popping, mind-bending, kick-out-the-jams thrill ride of summer and probably the year. ...

  • 88
    USA Today - by Mike Clark
    Spielberg's must-see is so wondrous at depicting things that go crunch in the night that its human characterizations and pokey exposition seem astonishingly halfhearted… On a "people" level, Park isn't “Jaws,” but on a jolt level - oh, yes, it is. [11 June 1993, Life, p.1D] ...

  • 75
    Chicago Tribune - by Dave Kehr
    Given the complexity of attitudes and the ambiguous take on the family represented in such Spielberg films as “E.T.'' and “Poltergeist,'' the bland affirmations of Jurassic Park seem platitudinous and insincere. He's forcing it here, and it shows. [11 June 1993, Friday, p.A] ...

  • 75
    Christian Science Monitor - by David Sterritt
    There's only one kind of movie that Spielberg has truly mastered: the kind that looks like a wide-screen video game complete with loony plot twists and mind-bending special effects. And that's Jurassic Park down to its bones. [11 June 1993, Arts, p.12] ...

  • 75
    ReelViews - by James Berardinelli
    The biggest weakness of the novel is characterization, and the same flaw is fully evident in the screen adaptation. ...

  • 70
    TV Guide - by Staff (Non Credited)
    An exhilarating, sometimes terrifying monster of a movie that, once it gets you in its clutches, won't put you down again until the closing credits start to roll. ...

  • 70
    The New York Times - by Elvis Mitchell
    It becomes less crisp on screen than it was on the page, with much of the enjoyable jargon either mumbled confusingly or otherwise thrown away. [11 June 1993, p.C1] ...

  • 70
    Variety - by Staff (Not Credited)
    Spielberg's scary and horrific thriller may be one-dimensional and even clunky in story and characterization, but definitely delivers where it counts, in excitement, suspense and the stupendous realization of giant reptiles. ...

  • 70
    Washington Post - by Rita Kempley
    A dumbed-down adaptation of Michael Crichton's techno-novel on the dangers of dinosaur cloning, it's not Spielberg at the top of his game, but it's dino-mite just the same. ...read more

  • 67
    Austin Chronicle - by Marc Savlov
    I continually found myself longing for the sheer intensity of the director's past glories, like Jaws, or even Duel. Spielberg seems to be trying so very hard for that elusive “Gosh, Wow, Sense of Wonder!” that it all looks strained in spots. ...

  • 60
    The New Republic - by Stanley Kauffmann
    The results make poor old King Kong look like something from a Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. Such is progress. [12 July 1993, p.26] ...

  • 50
    Los Angeles Times - by Kenneth Turan
    All the imagination and effort (including 18 months of pre-production) that went into making the dinosaurs state-of-the-art exciting apparently left no time to make the people similarly believable or involving. In fact, when the big guys leave the screen, you'll be tempted to leave the theater with them. [11 June 1993, Calendar, p.F-1] ...

  • 40
    Chicago Reader - by Jonathan Rosenbaum
    There's more soul to be found in any Kong close-up than in this film's overplayed reactions, which are used to instruct us what we should be feeling at any given moment. This is never boring, but I can't recall another Spielberg film that left me with a more hollow feeling. ...

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  1. 8019

    Huge advancements in scientific technology have been able to create an island full of living dinosaurs. John Hammond have invited four individuals, plus his two grandchildren to join him at Jurassic Park. But will everything go to plan? Especially when one of the parks own workers attempt to steal the dinosaurs embryos, and have to shut down all the electricity in the process. It’s now a race for survival with everyone located all over the island.




  2. grettypop

    Amazing movie! Just reminds me of being a little child, feeling so bad-a** when I watched these movies behind my parents back. Then I couldn’t sleep for nights, for I was terrified. Good times ! ;)




  3. deccy1990

    Amazing film 10/10




  4. cafcaw

    Legend of a film!!!




  5. ezanie

    Words cannot describe how much I love this movie. It was one of the first films I ever saw in the cinema, and I remember until this day how I excited I felt afterwards. Not only does it brilliantly entertain my love and fascination for dinosaurs, but it’s such a magical viewing experience, that I can watch it a hundred times over and never lose interest. Here’s just a few of the reasons why it’s made such a profound imprint on me:

    * Steven Spielberg’s Directing: Flawless, wonderful and perfectly paced. The craftmanship of a true genius and visionary.

    * The Special Effects: Monumental and groundbreaking for their time. Even now, almost 20 years later, they still stand firmly against contemporary CGI films.

    * John William’s Music Score: Only surpassed by his soundtrack for the Star Wars movies, this is some of the finest, most goosebump-inducing work he’s ever done. I still listen to its themes for inspiration, whenever I work on my own artistic projects.

    * The Cast: Every actor involved, even the youngest ones, does an applaud-worthy job in making the story fully believable. Their reactions and performances – impeccable without question.

    * The Story: One of the most exciting (and original at the time) to ever be put on screen. I loved the book by Michael Crichton, and in the hands of Spielberg, the story became even better.

    I could go on all day with this, but the point I’m trying to make here is that this is so much more than just a movie about dinosaurs running amok. That may be true for the sequels, but this first film in the trilogy is nothing short of pure Hollywood magic. A spellbinding adventure story, that moves, entertains and invites you to a world unlike anything you’ve ever seen. So when I say that this is one my all-time favourite movies, I really mean that with every fibre in my being.




  6. ReviewTrailers

    I really enjoyed the 3D Version of this classic film!