John Hammond has found a new business venture in the form of dinosaurs. However, due to an accident in the island, specialists are now required to stamp their seal of approval in order for the business to push forwards. The specialists Mr. Gennaro got were Dr. Alan Grant (who was accompanied by Dr. Ellie Sattler), and Dr. Ian Malcolm. They were presented with a weekend getaway to experience first hand the features of the park. However, events happen that cause awry in the park, endangering people along with it.
The concept itself is actually viable. While the legitimacy of the science can be questionable, technologies nowadays, coupled with further advances in the fields of science can make this concept come to life. If there wasn't a probability of death, I would pay money to go to this park and see actual live dinosaurs. The visuals were great; it brought a kind of realism to the film. There was a lot of dinosaur action involved, as it should be. The film still had its flaws and questionable moments; these moments are blatant in the movie but it doesn't impede the effect Spielberg was going for. Jurassic Park is thrilling, even if presents questionable characters and limited character development.
I would watch all three movies in a row, but after that, I'm going to need a bit of a break. The movie was great; I just felt like shaking the characters to their senses.
Final Word: No wonder this spurn two more movies, and another one to be released next year. Great stuff from Spielberg!
Cast: Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum
Director: Steven Spielberg