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  • is the episode in .
  • LEGO Jurassic Park is a video game based of the three previous films (Jurassic Park, The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Jurrassic Park III) and the upcoming film Jurassic World.
  • Jurassic Park is a novel written by Michael Crichton that was published in 1990. Often considered a cautionary tale on unconsidered biological tinkering in the same spirit as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, it uses the mathematical concept of chaos theory and its philosophical implications to explain the collapse of an amusement park showcasing certain recreated dinosaur species. It was adapted into a film in 1993. The book has one sequel, The Lost World.
  • Der Film ist der Auftakt einer Filmreihe (Jurassic Park, Vergessene Welt: Jurassic Park, Jurassic Park III), deren vierter Teil im Juni 2015 in die Kinos kommen soll. Die Basis legte Autor Michael Crichton mit seinem gleichnamigen Roman (deutsch: DinoPark).
  • Jurassic Park is a 1993 film directed by Steven Spielberg with music by John Williams. The story, based on a 1990 novel by Michael Crichton, involves a scientific endeavor to clone dinosaurs in the present day for the purposes of an amusement park. The film and book led to subsequent sequels dealing with the repercussions of the decisions made in the first story.
  • Jurassic Park is a science fiction franchise. Originally based off the book by Michael Crichton in 1990, Jurassic Park was made into a movie in 1993 by Stephen Spielberg. A second book, The Lost World, was also written and later adapted to film. Two further original films have also been made; Jurassic Park 3 and Jurassic World. Several video games and comic books based off the series have also been created. The concept revolves around bringing back the dinosaurs through cloning, and setting up a theme park for the world to see. However, something goes wrong, and the dinosaurs break loose.
  • Jurassic Park är en 1990 amerikansk science-fiction film. Teal'c kommenterade under SG-1s uppdrag under krita perioden att filmen var en av hans favoritfilmer. (SG1: "K-T")
  • Jurassic Park is a 1993 Universal film.
  • Jurassic Park is a 1993 movie from Universal
  • A sequel to the novel The Lost World, was published in 1995.
  • Jurassic Park (Parque Jurásico, en su traducción) es una película de ciencia ficción estadounidense, dirigida por Steven Spielberg, estrenada en 1993 y basada en la novela homónima de Michael Crichton. Se ha convertido en una de las más exitosas películas de todos los tiempos —es una de las películas con mayores ganancias de la historia— y en un hito respecto al uso de los efectos digitales para la filmación de películas. Obtuvo tres premios Óscar.
  • Jurassic Park is one of 7 themed 'islands' at Universal's Islands of Adventure. It is themed to the Jurassic Park movie series. It was used to house 3 scare-zones from 2002-2005 when Halloween Horror Nights was at the park.
  • Der Jurassic Park ist eine Touristenattraktion und ein Erlebnispark des Multimilliardärs John Hammond. Dieser lies ihn auf der Isla Nublar, einer Insel 120 Meilen westlich von Costa Rica, errichten, um dort lebendige Dinosaurier wie in einem Zoo auszustellen.
  • thumb Jurassic Park es una franquicia literaria, cinematográfica y de videojuegos. Hasta la actualidad han sacado cuatro películas. Fue anunciado que en 2018 saldrá la quinta entrega cinematográfica.
  • Jurassic Park is a theme park in the Mediterranean, off the coast of Italy, on the island that is best known as Sicily. The island and its industry is owned by Google, having bought the rights from Sarah Whatmore in 1985. The general idea is to create ancient animals, known as dinosaurs (or Cloneasauruses) using text extracts from The Da Vinci Code.
  • Jurassic Park is the name of a rail shooter arcade game developed by Sega in 1994. Gameplay has much in common with the classic rail shooter Operation Wolf, as players fend off their vehicle from dinosaur attacks with automatic weaponry, though a joystick is used to play, rather than a light .
  • Jurassic Park is the first of four movies based on a dinosaur theme park of the same name. The movie is included on the Jurassic Park Ultimate Trilogy.
  • 200px|thumb|Logo de Jurassic Park. Jurassic Park es una película de ciencia ficción estadounidense, dirigida por Steven Spielberg, estrenada en 1993 y basada en la novela homónima de Michael Crichton.
  • Jurassic Park could refer to a number of different games in the Jurassic Park franchise. The games are loosely based on the popular films of the same name. (Please note that Jurassic: The Hunted is not part of this franchise.) The following lists the games in the Jurassic Park series.
  • Jurassic Park is a techno-thriller novel written by Michael Crichton that was published in 1990. Often considered a cautionary tale on unconsidered biological tinkering in the same spirit as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, it uses the mathematical concept of chaos theory and its philosophical implications to explain the collapse of an amusement park showcasing certain genetically recreated dinosaur species. It was adapted into a film in 1993. The book has one sequel, The Lost World, in 1995, which was also adapted into a film, in 1997.
  • Running Time: 3:53 Year: 1993 Album: Alapalooza, Greatest Hits 2, Al-In-The-Box, Jurassic Park Parody of: MacArthur Park written by Jimmy Webb as performed by Richard Harris Lyrics: Lyrics Video: Yes Watch Listen to in Japanese Forum: Forum Discussion Page
  • Das deutschsprachige Jurassic Park Wikia beinhaltet Informationen über Jurassic Park, Filme, Novellen, Spiele und vielen weiteren Informationen rund um die Welt von Jurassic Park.
  • Jurassic Park is a science fiction adventure novel written by Michael Chricton.
  • With the very same name, Jurassic Park is a SpongeBob spoof on the film Jurassic Park.
  • Jurassic Park is a pinball machine produced by Data East.
  • Dinosaurs and Dragons! Exibit 1: [1]CharisaurPokemon Fusion) Exibit 2: [2] (Pokemon Fusion) Exibit 3: Treerex (Pokemon Fusion) Exibit 4: [3]Bladesquito (Pokemon Fusion Extinct Insect) Exhibit 5: Mamodon (Pokemon Fusion/Sprite)
  • The Jurrasic Park is A World That Appeared in Kingdom Hearts: Aqua's Journey, and Kingdom Hearts: Dark Of The Wars.
  • After 20 years, Jurassic Park was re-released on the big screen in 3D. Millions flooded to relive the groundbreaking film, including the Nostalgia Critic. There's no reason for this text, it's just to hear that awesome "boom" sound again. (one of those booms is played) Don't forget "wooo-wooooooo, woo-wooo." (the whistling sound is heard) Nice. Nostalgia Critic: Hello, I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don't have to. Jurassic Fucking Park. NC: So, let's take a look at an adventure 65 million years in the making, or... (looking up on his phone) three, this is Jurassic Park. NC: See?
  • Jurassic Park è un film di ingegneria genetica diretto da Steven Spielberg e Mario Tozzi. Il film vanta anche due sequel, anche se vantare non è proprio la parola giusta: Jurassic Park 2: il T-Rex suona sempre due volte e Natale a Jurassic Park. È in progetto anche il quarto film della serie, Jurassic Park e l'invasione dei Dinosauri nazisti, che uscirà nelle sale cinematografiche nel 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 prossimamente.
  • Jurassic Park refers to two novels by Michael Crichton which were made into a popular movie series. The books are heavily based on science and its perils—especially "playing god." Some of the science in it is technically possible, but most of it's plain and straight bad biology. There are several errors in the movies that paleontologists and dinosaur fans may find head-bangingly bad, as well as out-dated depictions of dinosaurs paired with errors in paleochronology.
  • Before Crichton's novel was published, four studios put in bids for the film rights. With the backing of Universal Studios, Spielberg acquired the rights for $1.5 million before publication in 1990; Crichton was hired for an additional $500,000 to adapt the novel for the screen. Koepp wrote the final draft, which left out much of the novel's exposition and violence and made numerous changes to the characters. Filming took place in California and Hawaii between August and November 1992, and post-production rolled until May 1993, supervised by Spielberg in Poland as he filmed Schindler's List. The dinosaurs were created with groundbreaking computer-generated imagery by Industrial Light & Magic and with life-sized animatronic dinosaurs built by Stan Winston's team. To showcase the film's soun
  • Peter Griffin mentions "that spittin' lizard from Jurassic Park" in "A Hero Sits Next Door". Peter and his wife Lois treat a hooker in "North by North Quahog" the same way the main characters in Jurassic Park treat a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Peter orders not to make sudden movements or else they'll be spotted. While faking a dinosaur eating Glenn Quagmire's body, Peter hums the film's theme in "I Take Thee Quagmire". The Superstore USA employee on the toilet in "Hell Comes to Quahog" seeing the destruction of the store is a reference to the novel.
  • The film began its genesis before the novel was even published, and Crichton was hired to write a script that skimmed down its plot. Spielberg hired Stan Winston Studio' puppets and worked with Industrial Light and Magic to develop cutting edge CGI to portray the dinosaurs. The film stars Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern and Richard Attenborough. It reached near-universal acclaim.
  • "Jurassic Park" is the name of a chapter story novel type book of science fiction and techno-thriller fiction genres published by Alfred A. Knopf in November 1990 that originally began in its being made in the 1980s. After some complications, it eventually was published in November 1990 and it became an immediate success. It tells of an incident involving the business endeavors of two corporations type organizations called "The Hammond Foundation" and "International Genetic Technologies, Inc.", also known as "InGen" for short, both of which came along after being founded by a wealthy entrepreneur among business leaders of a man named John Alfred Hammond, with this incident having taken place on Friday, August 19, 1989 and being in part among that which was the result of an attempt to bring
  • Jurassic Park is a 1993 American science fiction/ adventure film which incorporates some elements of horror as well. The film was directed by Steven Spielberg and is the first installment of the Jurassic Park franchise. It is based on the 1990 novel of the same name by Michael Crichton, with a screenplay written by Crichton and David Koepp. The film centers on the fictional Isla Nublar, an islet located off Costa Rica's Pacific Coast, where a billionaire philanthropist and a small team of genetic scientists have created a wildlife park of cloned dinosaurs.
  • Jurassic Park (sometimes referred to as Team Steg after the naming pattern of their robots) were a team of roboteers from Southampton who entered Series 3-5 of Robot Wars as well as the first series of Robot Wars Extreme. They competed with three dinosaur-themed robots (Steg-O-Saw-Us, Steg 2 and 3 Stegs to Heaven) which attained a considerable amount of success throughout the team's appearances. Steg-O-Saw-Us reached the Grand Final of Series 3 despite originally being a reserve robot, while Steg 2 reached the Semi-Finals of Series 4 and 3 Stegs to Heaven reached the Heat Final in Series 5.
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  • Jurassic Park Wiki es un proyecto de Fandom sobre Jurassic Park, sus dinosaurios, juegos, etc.
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  • is the episode in .
  • LEGO Jurassic Park is a video game based of the three previous films (Jurassic Park, The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Jurrassic Park III) and the upcoming film Jurassic World.
  • Jurassic Park is a novel written by Michael Crichton that was published in 1990. Often considered a cautionary tale on unconsidered biological tinkering in the same spirit as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, it uses the mathematical concept of chaos theory and its philosophical implications to explain the collapse of an amusement park showcasing certain recreated dinosaur species. It was adapted into a film in 1993. The book has one sequel, The Lost World.
  • Der Film ist der Auftakt einer Filmreihe (Jurassic Park, Vergessene Welt: Jurassic Park, Jurassic Park III), deren vierter Teil im Juni 2015 in die Kinos kommen soll. Die Basis legte Autor Michael Crichton mit seinem gleichnamigen Roman (deutsch: DinoPark).
  • Jurassic Park is a 1993 film directed by Steven Spielberg with music by John Williams. The story, based on a 1990 novel by Michael Crichton, involves a scientific endeavor to clone dinosaurs in the present day for the purposes of an amusement park. The film and book led to subsequent sequels dealing with the repercussions of the decisions made in the first story.
  • Jurassic Park is a science fiction franchise. Originally based off the book by Michael Crichton in 1990, Jurassic Park was made into a movie in 1993 by Stephen Spielberg. A second book, The Lost World, was also written and later adapted to film. Two further original films have also been made; Jurassic Park 3 and Jurassic World. Several video games and comic books based off the series have also been created. The concept revolves around bringing back the dinosaurs through cloning, and setting up a theme park for the world to see. However, something goes wrong, and the dinosaurs break loose.
  • Jurassic Park är en 1990 amerikansk science-fiction film. Teal'c kommenterade under SG-1s uppdrag under krita perioden att filmen var en av hans favoritfilmer. (SG1: "K-T")
  • Jurassic Park is a 1993 Universal film.
  • Jurassic Park is a 1993 movie from Universal
  • A sequel to the novel The Lost World, was published in 1995.
  • After 20 years, Jurassic Park was re-released on the big screen in 3D. Millions flooded to relive the groundbreaking film, including the Nostalgia Critic. There's no reason for this text, it's just to hear that awesome "boom" sound again. (one of those booms is played) Don't forget "wooo-wooooooo, woo-wooo." (the whistling sound is heard) Nice. Nostalgia Critic: Hello, I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don't have to. Jurassic Fucking Park. NC (vo): When this film came out, people went nuts. Not only did it have groundbreaking CGI effects, but it had action packed suspense, a sense of awe and wonder, and just seemed gigantic. So when it was re-released in 3D recently, you bet your ass I got over to the theater to relive all those awesome memories. NC: And how did it hold up? It was awesome! (after a beat...) But maybe not as awesome as I remem-- (Suddenly Malcolm Ray, Rachel Tietz and most likely Rob Walker come in and pummel him in his chair!) Stop it! Look, I'm not saying it's a bad movie, far from it. In fact, it's held up extraordinarily well. NC (vo): I'm just saying that while we were so blown away by how huge it was, we might have overlooked some problems that we either didn't see or chose to ignore. I know something like (clips of) Jurassic Park 3 is worse and trust me, we'll get to that train-wreck another time. But it's still an interesting journey looking back at something that was so groundbreaking and popular without the nostalgia goggles. NC: So, let's take a look at an adventure 65 million years in the making, or... (looking up on his phone) three, this is Jurassic Park. NC (vo): So we start out in Spielberg's favorite place to go in all of his movies: Spotlight Fetish Land. Yeah, I don't know if you noticed, but this guy is obsessed with shining spotlights in your face as much as humanly possible. Every frame feels like a whimsical police interrogation. (A cage is carried in by a forklift.) They try to transport one of the highly intelligent raptors via Portal Cube (a picture of the Companion Cube is shown) when, of course, something goes wrong. Robert Muldoon (Bob Peck): (close-up on his lips) Shoot her! SHOOT HER! NC: You know, was there really no other way to get these things into their cages? NC (vo): Brute force doesn't do much compared to common sense. I mean, look at the forklift. (the cage is shown being lifted up higher) They could lift it just a little bit higher, then boom. drop it in. (the cage is dropped into the pen) NC: Or tranquilizers. Why not tranquilizers? NC (vo): Couldn't they just knock these things out and then slip them in that way? NC: Or were the raptors too smart for that plan? Doug: (as Muldoon) Shoot her! (Rachel shoots a tranquilizer dart at a Raptor, which ends up catching the dart and throwing it back at Rachel, knocking her out.) Run away in comedic fashion. (Doug and Malcolm run away screaming.) NC (vo): So they lose one of the workers in the attack as we cut to the prettiest, mullet obsessed paleontologists to roam the earth. They're led by Dr. Grant, played by I-swear-I'm-not-a-New-Zealander Sam Neill. Dr. Alan Grant: Look at the half-moon shape. (skip) Wanna have one of those? (skip) Flock of birds evading a predator. NC (vo): And Dr. Sattler, his girlfri.... fian.... fuck buddy, played by Laura Dern, who seems to always suffer from terminal mumbling. Dr. Ellie Sattler*: Imperfections in the skin? (skip) Hey Alan, look at this. (skip) Unpredictability? (skip) John, they're out there. * Some of those lines I couldn't understand NC: Did she eat an ice cream scoop of peanut butter before coming to the set? Grant: Well, maybe dinosaurs had more in common with present day birds than they do with reptiles. Look at the vertebrae. Full of air sacs in the hollows, just like a bird. And even the word "raptor" means "bird of prey". NC: Raptors were very aware of this when they were naming themselves. Kid: That doesn't look very scary! More like a six-foot turkey. Grant: Turkey, hm? NC (vo): So he scares the little kid by showing him something he never thought he'd see in a hunt for dinosaur bones: a dinosaur bone! Aaaaahhh! (Said dinosaur bone is a Velociraptor claw.) Grant: You wanna have one of those? Ellie: I don't want that kid, but a breed of child, Dr. Grant, could be intriguing. NC (vo): But their work is interrupted by John Hammond... NC (vo): ...who offers to fund their dig further if they offer outside opinion on his new park due to the loss of the worker earlier. John Hammond (Richard Attenborough): I mean, let's face it, in your particular field, you're the top minds. NC: Yes! You have no idea how computers work (showing Grant smacking a computer), and you study ancient plant life (showing Ellie studying a leaf), clearly nobody would be more qualified. Hammond: I like you. Both of you. I can tell instantly about people, it's a gift. NC: Obviously, he took that into consideration when he hired this guy. NC (vo): Dennis Nedry, played by Wayne Knight before his heart decided he wanted to live, who we see is betraying John Hammond by handing over the dinosaur embryos to... NC: ...evil dinosaur makers, I guess... NC (vo): ...in order to get more money. And you might notice one of the main problems with the first third of this movie. It focuses a great deal amount of time somehow hastily rushing a ton of exposition. Lewis Dodgson (Cameron Thor): One delivery, $50,000 more for each viable embryo. Donald Gennaro (Martin Ferrero): We are facing a $20 million lawsuit. Hammond: This particular pebble in my shoe represents my investors. Nedry: 7 o'clock tomorrow night on the east dock. Gennaro: In 48 hours from now, if they're not convinced, I'm not convinced. Hammond: It's just that they insist on outside opinion. NC (vo): But it's alright. To account for that, they make the characters' motivations and story arcs disgustingly simple, even down to dressing them in Care Bear colors so you can easily remember which one is which. Which one's Grant? Oh, he's the one in blue. Which one's Hammond? Oh, he's the one in white. Which one's the a-hole everyone will fall in love with until they realize he's just gonna do that one note for the rest of his life until they want to dig their brains out with a fork because he's so goddamn irritating? NC: That's the darkly dressed evil one known as Jeff Goldblum. NC: (close-up of his lips like Muldoon) Shoot him! (Shots are fired at Ian, all of them having no effect.) SHOOT HIM! NC (vo): Yeah, Goldblum, or the Wizard of Uhs as I like to call him, wasn't a complete unknown before this flick. But he became a household name after it became a hit, and people fell in love with his performance. NC: And at the time, it was kind of charming. People never heard this kind of performance in a blockbuster film before. Ian: We're gonna conduct an experiment. We should be still, the car's bouncing up and down, but that's okay. NC (vo): But once we discovered that he fell in love with his performance even more than we fell in love with his performance to a point where he never wanted to leave that performance, we do end up asking ourselves how the fuck did we ever like this performance to begin with? NC: (he imitates the laugh before it's enough) SHUT UP! Hammond: There it is. NC (vo, singing to the music): Good luck getting this theme song out of your head. It will be in your brain for weeks or till you're dead. Gennaro: The 450 miles of perimeter fence are in place? Hammond: And the concrete moats, and the motion sensor tracking systems. Donald, dear boy, relax. NC: The only thing we don't have is security in case a storm comes or the power goes out, but we have (clip of Nedry at his desk) this guy for that. (back to desk) So we good, we good. Hammond: Spared no expense. Gennaro: I'll shut you down, John. Hammond: In 48 hours, I'll be accepting your apology. NC (vo): So they arrive at the star attraction, Laura Dern mugs for the trailer, and we get our first look at Gertie. Grant: (awestruck) It's...it's a dinosaur. Hammond: Welcome to Jurassic Park. Grant: They're moving in herds. They do move in herds. NC: ...Really? That's the big tear-dropper line? Kind of random, isn't it? Is that kind of like looking out over the herd and saying... (NC looks off to the side awestruck like Grant as the music plays.) They eat their own shit. They do eat their own shit. NC (vo): Hammond takes them to the Visitor's Center to show them how they're made. Apparently, it was done through the miracle of cloning. One of the many illegal processes I'm sure went into making this place a reality. Mr. DNA: A DNA strand, like me, is a blueprint for building a living thing. And sometimes... ("SPOTLIGHT FETISH") NC (vo, as Steven Spielberg): Ohhh, spotlight fetish. I don't care if I'm the only director in the world who has it. I will make you a star! Mr. DNA: A hundred million years ago, there were mosquitoes, just like today. After biting a dinosaur, the mosquito would land on the branch of a tree and get stuck in the sap. The tree sap would get hard and become fossilized, just like a dinosaur bone, preserving the mosquito inside. NC (vo): Okay, even if you were to buy this half-assed science that even (picture of the ninja turtle) Donatello would call a little suspicious, what are the chances of finding tons of mosquitoes not only millions of years old, not only having bitten every popular dinosaur to be marketed, but also all happened to get stuck in tree sap? Did they all happen to be in the same nest during the Great Sapalanche of Gajillion BC? (more like 65 million BC) Doug: Well, it took all day, but I think we bit every popular, most marketable dinosaur known to man. Malcolm: That's why I love binge drinking with you guys. Doug: Now let's rest our little tummies before we puke up whatever's left of them. Rachel: SAPALANCHE!! A sapalanche is coming to destroy the town! Doug: Go and get help. Malcolm: Oh, come on, man! Doug: I can't move. Malcolm: Come on, man. (The two of them argue about getting up before Doug relents.)* * I may need help transcribing that argument. Doug: Fine, fine, fine, I'll go get help! (Just as he gets his seat up, a wave of tree sap covers them.) I wonder if I'm a blood donor. NC (vo): We get to Whimsical Moment I'm-not-gonna-bother-counting as we see one of the baby dinosaurs being born. Grant: What species is this? Dr. Henry Wu (BD Wong): It's a Velociraptor. Grant: You bred Raptors? NC (vo): Ah, so he can't identify the dinosaur from his trademark make-kid-wet-pants speech, even when he's holding the damn thing right in his motherfucking hands. Great job picking those top minds you were talking about there, Hammond. Hammond: Spared no expense. NC (vo): This brings us to the projector room, where I'm sure Spielberg is projecting right now with how much his spotlight fetish is being fueled. (SPOTLIGHT FETISH) NC (vo, as Spielberg): Ohh, so backlit. Ooh, so illuminating! Ooh, I could hump the whiteout line that it makes on the side of their heads, ooohh! Gennaro: We can charge anything we want. $2,000 a day, $10,000 a day, and people will pay it. Hammond: This park was not built to cater only for the super rich. Everyone in the world has the right to enjoy these animals. NC: Yeah, everyone should be able to fly their personal helicopters to their Hawaiian islands after getting storm insurance. We're looking after the little guy. NC (vo): But Goldblum, uh, uh, is not happy. Ian: You stood on the shoulders of geniuses, uh, to accomplish something as fast as you could. And before you even knew what you had, you-you patent it, and packaged it and slapped it on a plastic lunchbox and now *slam* you're selling it, *slam* you're selling it. NC: Wow, that was an excellent argument against (poster of) The Lost World. I mean, everything you said in there, pfft, I totally agree. Hammond: You four are gonna have a spot of company out in the park. Tim and Lex Murphy: Grandpa! Hammond: Kids! NC (vo): Oh, good, the appetizers arrived. Now we can start our tour with the latest and greatest in hi-tech ingenuity. Lex: It's an interactive CD-ROM! NC: Holy shit, it's packing CD-ROM! Oh, my god, tell me it doesn't have X-Wing! Tell me it doesn't have X-Wing! (A screenshot of X-Wing is added onto the monitor, making NC squeal in delight.) Tour guide (Richard Kiley): The appropriate information will be automatically selected. Welcome to Jurassic Park. Ian: What do they got in there? King Kong? NC: Oh, come on, you could've worked three more uhs into that sentence. "What, uh, they, uh, got, uh, in, uh, there, uh, King, uh, Kong?" NC (vo): But sadly, the tour doesn't seem to be going very well, as none of the dinosaurs show up to be seen. NC (vo): But it's okay, because Goldblum uses his traditional pickup tricks that always seem to get him women at TGI Friday's. Ian: Tiny variations, uh, the-the orientation of the hairs on your hand. Ellie: Hey, Alan, look at this. Ian: Uh, the blood distending the vessels and imperfections in the skin. Ellie: Imperfections in the skin? NC: My god, it's like the new NBC sitcom, Rambles & Mumbles. Announcer: One's a horny chaotician, the other's a giggling plant expert who doesn't want to get married but surprisingly wants kids for some reason. Together, they make the greatest couple nobody can understand or want to listen to since Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. (Insert sounds of mumbling and rambling. A graphic for Rambles & Mumbles is shown.) Rambles and Mumbles. Coming soon to NBC. (Suddenly CANCELLED is stamped on the graphic.) Wow, that was fast. NC (vo): They get out of the car and stumble across a sick Triceratops, but Sattler is determined to figure out what's causing the sickness. (The cause, of course, being West Indian Lilac. Deadly and poisonous. And not good eating.) Now in reality, this scene serves no purpose to the plot apart from separating Sattler from the group. NC: And let's be honest, it only exists so kids can giggle when he says this line. Ian: That is one big pile of shit. NC: Your career in a nutshell. NC (vo): But Nedry has to hurry with those embryos or else the obvious video that everyone in the audience said was an obvious video (an arrow is shown pointing at the timer bar under the video)--seriously, you couldn't crop that shot just a notch?--says the storm is coming and that the ship has to leave with everyone on it. (SPOTLIGHT FETISH) NC (vo, as Spielberg): Ohh, look how lens flare-y it is. Oh, yeah! NC (vo): So he says the power's gonna go in and out thinking he can make it back in time before anybody notices, but he gets lost, resulting in all the power shutting down and the cars getting stuck in the worst place possible. NC (vo): And this leads to easily the best character in the whole movie. The absolute star of the whole goddamn thing. NC: IT'S A MOTHERFUCKING T-REEEEEXXX! NC (vo): This badass mother owns it. This scene is about as perfectly paced and perfectly suspenseful as a scene can get. (I'M A MOTHERFUCKING T-REX!) NC (vo): I think everything about her can be summed up in that one awesome roar. NC: Ohh, god! I bet if you translated that roar, every single one would declare her ability of just owning this goddamn movie. Tyrannosaur: I AM AWESOME! Ian: Boy, I hate being right all the time. Tyrannosaur: I AM OLDER THAN JESUS! NC (vo): But things get real when Bulgy Eyes (Lex) and Young Ferris Bueller (Tim) are being attacked. Tyrannosaur: CHUCK NORRIS IS MY BUTT PLUG! Tyrannosaur: I WIPE MY ASS WITH YOUR ASS! TANKS ARE MY CRUNCHBERRIES! NC (vo): (as Ian) Hehe, little comedy from me, the Goldblum. Tyrannosaur: I SHIT ZOMBIES! Grant: Hey! Tyrannosaur: MY OVARIES ARE CHAINSAWS! Ian: Hey, hey! Tyrannosaur: I BLEED NIGHTMARES! Grant: Get rid of the flare! Ian: Get the kids! Tyrannosaur: MY VAGINA EATS SHARKS! NC: Yeah, um, what was the line that Hammond said earlier? Hammond: In 48 hours, I'll be accepting your apology. NC (vo, as Gennaro): I'm sorry I ever took you on as a client! AAAHHHH!!! (Gets eaten.) NC: Mmm, lawyer. Tastes like deep-rooted insecurity and bitterness. NC (vo): Grant gets Bulgy Eyes out, but Young Ferris Bueller is still stuck in the car, and the T-Rex throws it over. NC: I'm sorry! I need a minute to recover from such awesomeness! Play the music! NC: (as Harrison Ford) We do each other good, T-Rex. We do each other REAL good. (He then realizes the camera's back on, puts the slice down and gets back to work.) Back to the story. NC (vo): Nedry gets his car stuck and does his best to pull it out. Nedry: There's a road. (As Nedry tries to get the car unjammed, he slips, dropping the embryos in the process. A faint, cartoonish slipping sound effect plays as he slips.) NC (vo): Was that a cartoon sound effect? Did (Joel) Schumacher take over for one second of filming? (The clip plays again. Nedry encounters a Dilophosaurus.) NC (vo): But he comes across a nasty visitor, or at least she becomes nasty when the prop guy pulls the strings. (A close up on the left side of the Dilophosaurus' frill reveals strings. Look carefully.) Yep, just ruined that scene forever for you. NC (vo): Grant manages to get Young Ferris Bueller out of the tree and tries making their way back. Meanwhile, Sattler comes across Goldbum just in time to partake in another badass T-Rex scene. (The Tyrannosaurus bursts out of the tree, chasing the trio in the jeep.) NC: Eat those bitches! Sattler: SHIT! SHIT! NC: Don't forget the mirror scene that proportionally makes no sense but is still so goddamn cool! (Muldoon looks in the mirror to see the Tyrannosaurus closing in.) Yeah, that so doesn't add up! NC (vo): Eh, look on the bright side, at least you give Toy Story 2 something to parody. (The Toy Story 2 parody scene plays as he says this.) NC (vo): The next morning, Grant and the kids come across some friendly Brachiosauruses. I have to admit, this is one of the lesser effects in the movie. I don't know. Maybe because it's at a profile, but does anyone else think it looks like just a giant expensive sock puppet? Lex: Can I touch it? Grant: Sure. Just think of it as...kind of a big cow. (Tim giggles.) Lex: I like cows. NC (vo): That line always sounded weird to me, too. Not that you can make the phrase, "I like cows." sound all that natural, but it goes pretty (George) Lucas there, doesn't it? Lex: I like cows. NC: (dull) But I don't like sand. (The Brachiosaurus sneezes on Lex.) I like snot. NC (vo): Suddenly, Grant discovers the dinosaurs are breeding, which seems impossible, seeing how all of them are females. Grant: They mutated the dinosaur genetic code and blended it with that of a frog's. Now, some West African frogs have been known to spontaneously change sex from male to female in a single sex environment. NC (vo): Funny how this is common knowledge to me and yet none of the highly paid scientists who put this together ever considered this a possibility! Hammond: Spared no expense. NC (vo): But at least they did think of this possibility: a lysine contingency. Arnold: The lysine contingency is intended to prevent the spread of the animals in case they ever get off the island. Dr. Wu inserted a gene that creates a single faulty enzyme in protein metabolism. The animals can't manufacture the amino acid lysine. Unless they're completely supplied with lysine by us, they'll slip into a coma and die. NC: Oh, great! Why don't you do that? Hammond: That is absolutely out of the question. NC: Kay. Guess we can just add this to the grocery list of scenes that go nowhere in this movie. Yeah, really think about it. There's quite a few aren't there? (As he says the following, the text "GOES NOWHERE" appears over the described images.) Hammond not showing up because his daughter's getting a divorce (goes nowhere), Goldblum hitting on Sattler, and her fuck buddy finding out (going nowhere), digging through dino-shit (goes nowhere), the lysine (goes nowhere), those weird fucking goggles (goes nowhere)! What was the point of all those?! Hammond: Spared no expense. NC: You spared purpose, though! Lots and lots of purpose! NC (vo): But "I've-had-it-with-these-motherfucking-dinosaurs-on-this-motherfucking-island" (Arnold) agrees to shut down the system and restart it. (As the power shuts down, the crew turns on flashlights.) (SPOTLIGHT FETISH) NC (vo as Spielberg): Oh, why don't I just shoot all my movies at a lighthouse? I could write that in somehow! Arnold: It's off. It worked. Ian: What do you mean it worked? Everything's still off. Arnold: Well, maybe the shutdown tripped the circuit breakers. All we have to do is turn them back on. Muldoon: Where are the breakers? Arnold: Maintenance shed at the other end of the compound. Three minutes, I can have power back on in the entire park. (And he then walks off.) Hammond: Well, now just to be safe, I want everyone in the emergency bunker. NC (vo): Uh, wait. Did I just hear that right? You're sending the only computer guy on the island OUTSIDE with the killer dinosaurs ALONE? Huh, can't see anything going wrong there. Ellie: Something went wrong. I'm gonna go get the power back on. Hammond: You can't just stroll down the road. NC: Oh, you mean the way you JUST LET THAT GUY (clip of Arnold walking out) STROLL DOWN THE ROAD?! Oh, yeah, the black dude can handle his own, but when a pretty white lady has to go? Pfft, hell, no, suit up, it's too dangerous out there! (Muldoon is loading shotgun shells into his gun. Hammond is laying down blueprints on top of Ian.) Even Hammond can't bear to see her go where they easily tossed the black guy! Hammond: It ought to be me really going. Ellie: Why? Hammond: Well, I'm, uh, and you're, um... Ellie: Look, we can discuss sexism and survival situations when I get back. NC: It is funny him confusing strength and gender seeing how most of the things on the island trying to kill him have a vagina. NC (vo): So Sattler makes it to the building and turns on the power just as Young Ferris Bueller is climbing the fence. Tim: I'm gonna count to three! (Ellie continues pressing buttons, getting closer to the Perimeter Fence button.) One...two... (Suddenly he gets zapped off the fence as the last button is pushed. A sound effect from Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland (the part where the March Hare smashes the White Rabbit's pocket watch) is heard as he falls into Grant's arms.) Grant: Tim! (He's now performing CPR on him while Lex is in tears.) No, Tim! NC (vo): (As Grant) Well, at least we know what we're having for dinner-- (suddenly Tim's coughing and awake) Oh, Timmy, yes, thank God, haha! NC (vo): Sattler, on the other hand, could be better. Ellie: Oh, Mr. Arnold. (All that's left of him is his arm on her shoulder, freaking her out.) NC (vo): (as Arnold) Why didn't nobody tell me it wasn't just a stroll down the road? NC (vo): She gets out okay, but Velociraptor Dundee (Muldoon) seems to have his own problems to deal with. Muldoon: Clever girl. NC: (As Muldoon, imitating holding a shotgun) Waiting for me to turn around to acknowledge your intelligence. Clever, gloating, egotistical girl--aaaaahhh! NC (vo): Yep, if you haven't noticed, these things are damn smart. Even when Grant leaves the kids alone in a building with no locked doors... NC: ...How stupid... NC (vo): They manage to open up the doors, corner them in the kitchen, and yet somehow never manage to get these twerps! Yeah, you go on and on about how smart they are and how they can even track die-hard hunters, yet two little kids with no way out give them the slip? I mean, couldn't they just be like...? Vanessa: Oh, Stephanie, can you be awesome and stand guard at the door while I sniff our dinner out? Stephanie: Of course, Vanessa! Vanessa: Thank you! Stephanie: No prob! (Suddenly the kids are screaming and a chomp is heard.) Hey, did you hear about Andrea's spontaneous change of sex? Vanessa: Yeah, that was weird! NC (vo): So like I said, the kids get away and meet up with Grant and Sattler, who get them to the control room to turn everything back on, including the door locks...which was kinda stupid hooking up everyday door locks to their computer. Should've thought that one through. Hammond: Spared no expense. Grant: Boot up the door locks! Ellie: You can't hold it by yourself! NC (vo): So while Bulgy Eyes tries to boot up all the power to the park, because they clearly went into great detail about what a computer expert she is... Lex: I'm a hacker. NC: See? NC (vo): ...It's up to Young Ferris Bueller to hand Sattler the gun. (Instead, Tim's smacking the chair Lex is in nervously) *ahem* Hand Sattler the gun. (Ellie can barely get a toehold on the strap of the gun) The chair doesn't need a massage as much as Sattler needs the gun. Ellie: I can't get it unless I move! NC (vo): (Spoken like it's through an intercom) Boy's assistance needed two steps fucking behind you. Boy's assistance needed two steps fucking behind you. (the computer system is now fully back online) (normal voice) Oh, well, they got the power back on and at least they have more ammo they can use for later. Ellie: It's gonna come through the glass! Hammond: GRAAAAANT! NC (vo): Or miss a whopping four times. What, are the raptors (clip of) Agents from The Matrix? How the hell can you miss four times hitting a dinosaur?!! NC (vo): They climb aboard that thing the Flintstones eat at the end credits when it seems like they're cornered. How the hell could they get out of this one? NC: Yeah!! Fuck, yeah! NC (vo): Goddamn it, I love you, T-Rex! You are the most awesome goddamn thing! Even though it makes no sense how they couldn't hear you even though your footsteps always make the ground shake, you just gave the most awesome ending this movie deserved! T-Rex: HERE'S A FREE POSTER, BITCHES! NC: All she needs is a mic drop. I swear, that's the only thing missing. She fucking owns everything that ever existed! She just needs a mic drop. NC (vo): And thus, they all seem to make it out okay. NC (vo): (As Hammond) Mammoths. Next time, definitely mammoths. NC (vo): (As Grant) Aww, my touching story arc is complete. (As Ellie) Let's split in the third film. (Grant) Okay. NC (vo): And the moral of the story, kids: When a white Scottish man offers you to see his park, you say no. NC: And that's Jurassic Park. It's got its flaws, even some major, major flaws, but I'm sorry. It's still fucking awesome. NC (vo): The effects for the most part still look great. The story's not too void of intelligent conversation. The characters, though maybe a little too simplistic at times, are still likable, and it still has the size and scope to not only enchant, but also scare. It's suspenseful and fun despite that there's some typical Spielberg moments, both good and bad. Not to mention just the straight up awesome factor. It knows what to give the audience and just how much suspension of disbelief we can lend to still enjoy it. As action packed adventures go, this is one that is still a lot of fun and very impressive. NC: And, of course, let's be honest here. It made the T-Rex a motherfucking star again. Drop that mic, bitch! NC: I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don't have to.
  • Jurassic Park (Parque Jurásico, en su traducción) es una película de ciencia ficción estadounidense, dirigida por Steven Spielberg, estrenada en 1993 y basada en la novela homónima de Michael Crichton. Se ha convertido en una de las más exitosas películas de todos los tiempos —es una de las películas con mayores ganancias de la historia— y en un hito respecto al uso de los efectos digitales para la filmación de películas. Obtuvo tres premios Óscar.
  • Jurassic Park is one of 7 themed 'islands' at Universal's Islands of Adventure. It is themed to the Jurassic Park movie series. It was used to house 3 scare-zones from 2002-2005 when Halloween Horror Nights was at the park.
  • Der Jurassic Park ist eine Touristenattraktion und ein Erlebnispark des Multimilliardärs John Hammond. Dieser lies ihn auf der Isla Nublar, einer Insel 120 Meilen westlich von Costa Rica, errichten, um dort lebendige Dinosaurier wie in einem Zoo auszustellen.
  • Jurassic Park refers to two novels by Michael Crichton which were made into a popular movie series. The books are heavily based on science and its perils—especially "playing god." Some of the science in it is technically possible, but most of it's plain and straight bad biology. There are several errors in the movies that paleontologists and dinosaur fans may find head-bangingly bad, as well as out-dated depictions of dinosaurs paired with errors in paleochronology. The films and books are pretty cool, though, so they're forgiven on account of being entertainment rather than a scientific documentary. The movies were adapted by Steven Spielberg, and mostly follow the books... except for a third movie, which was directed by Joe Johnston and was a sequel. A fourth movie, Jurassic World, was released on June 12, 2015; directed by Colin Trevorrow, it returned to the style of the first one, and went on to break numerous records during its opening weekend, including the biggest opening weekend in North America, and the highest-grossing opening worldwide.
  • thumb Jurassic Park es una franquicia literaria, cinematográfica y de videojuegos. Hasta la actualidad han sacado cuatro películas. Fue anunciado que en 2018 saldrá la quinta entrega cinematográfica.
  • "Jurassic Park" is the name of a chapter story novel type book of science fiction and techno-thriller fiction genres published by Alfred A. Knopf in November 1990 that originally began in its being made in the 1980s. After some complications, it eventually was published in November 1990 and it became an immediate success. It tells of an incident involving the business endeavors of two corporations type organizations called "The Hammond Foundation" and "International Genetic Technologies, Inc.", also known as "InGen" for short, both of which came along after being founded by a wealthy entrepreneur among business leaders of a man named John Alfred Hammond, with this incident having taken place on Friday, August 19, 1989 and being in part among that which was the result of an attempt to bring about a place where dinosaurs roam out of their being "brought into being and existence" upon being "re-created by genetic engineering"; as well as some incidents taking place in the middle of the start of the 1980s up until then. It is stated that reports from Costa Rica are being made that suggest that strange three-toed lizard-like reptilian creatures are attacking infants and people in general within Costa Rica's coastal towns, with these attacks being attributed by the local native citizens to creatures called "hupias" or "raptors" which result in these reports being ignored by the local authorities until a United States American medical doctor treats a young man that has been hysterically yelling out "los a raptor" - which is later revealed to be a genetically engineered "Velociraptor" individual creature - after that young man was injured in at a mysterious new resort of an unknown type due to it being made in absolute secrecy while being built on an island off of Costa Rica's western coasts. This incident itself is - mostly speaking - once again, ignored, until another incident takes place when a small young girl named Cathy Bowman is bitten and yet survives despite apparent venomous bite poison by the jaws of a creature revealed later on to be a genetically engineered individual creature referred to as a genetically engineered creature of the scientific classification name of "Procompsognathus Triassicus", of which the lower half that was bitten off by a howler monkey is found by a person named Dr. Marty Guitierrez who suggests that it is called a "Basilisk Lizard" until a paleontologist type scientist named Dr. Alan Grant examines the mysterious specimen to be indeed be a "Procompsognathid". Dr. Alan Grant himself has just been managing to have uncovered another skeleton type fossilized individual specimen of the individual creature species referred to as "Velociraptor" in the middle of a paleontological dig type scientific discovery and/or scientific endeavor and he is later on interrupted by a phone call from none other than his wealthy sponsor for this event, John Alfred Hammond himself. Hammond insistently asks that Dr. Alan Grant and his assistant Dr. Ellie Sattler the paleobotanist come by plain with him to Isla Nublar for a trip there to look at the resort being built for consultation purposes, bringing along with themselves Hammond's lawyer Donald Gennaro from the law firm Cowan, Swan and Ross, the Field of Chaos Theory Specializing Mathematician Dr. Ian Malcolm who has some good points about the problems going on but at the same time has a pomposity and arrogance and cocky attitude that is extremely odious, with Hammond's two grandchildren Timothy "Tim" and Alexis "Lex" Murphy who come along later on and upon arrival they receive greetings from Public Relations manager and tour guide Ed Regis, who is unenthusiastic about watching Hammond's grandchildren despite being asked to do so by the former who leaves him to do so. After arrival, Hammond's guests learn that the resort on Isla Nublar has been planned as a tourist attraction-game-preserve-zoo-theme-park-combination where genetically engineered dinosaurs roam, referred to as Jurassic Park. The tour planned by Hammond for his would-have-been-a-crowning achievement eventually turns deadly when after being hired by the murderous and sinister scientist the evil Dr. Lewis Dodgson - who is the research leader for InGen and Hammond Foundation and Hammond's-Rival Steingarten founded rival sciences company Biosyn - the InGen and Hammond Foundation and Hammond-Hired Resort Computer Programmer with talent at computer program hacking with a state of mind and emotions and beyond caused by feeling unappreciated named Dennis Nedry - hacks into the computer program system of the park itself in order to steal genetically engineered dinosaur embryos to sell to Dr. Lewis Dodgson and Biosyn so they can do genetic engineering dinosaur projects of their own - and causes the genetically engineered dinosaurs to break free from their electric fence composed enclosures - causing them to wreak havoc upon the human visitors, park and other company staff members and genetically engineered herbivorous dinosaurs, killing a few of all in the process. 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  • Jurassic Park is a theme park in the Mediterranean, off the coast of Italy, on the island that is best known as Sicily. The island and its industry is owned by Google, having bought the rights from Sarah Whatmore in 1985. The general idea is to create ancient animals, known as dinosaurs (or Cloneasauruses) using text extracts from The Da Vinci Code.
  • Jurassic Park è un film di ingegneria genetica diretto da Steven Spielberg e Mario Tozzi. Il film vanta anche due sequel, anche se vantare non è proprio la parola giusta: Jurassic Park 2: il T-Rex suona sempre due volte e Natale a Jurassic Park. È in progetto anche il quarto film della serie, Jurassic Park e l'invasione dei Dinosauri nazisti, che uscirà nelle sale cinematografiche nel 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 prossimamente. Il film ha inoltre vinto due premi Oscar, uno per gli effetti speciali e uno alla carriera. Il film rappresentò un punto di svolta nell'uso della computer grafica, grazie alla quale, per la prima volta nella storia del cinema, non vennero usati dinosauri veri sul set. Nonostante ciò, il film è stato accusato dalle associazioni animaliste di aver maltrattato vari animali durante le riprese.
  • Jurassic Park is the name of a rail shooter arcade game developed by Sega in 1994. Gameplay has much in common with the classic rail shooter Operation Wolf, as players fend off their vehicle from dinosaur attacks with automatic weaponry, though a joystick is used to play, rather than a light .
  • Jurassic Park is the first of four movies based on a dinosaur theme park of the same name. The movie is included on the Jurassic Park Ultimate Trilogy.
  • Jurassic Park is a 1993 American science fiction/ adventure film which incorporates some elements of horror as well. The film was directed by Steven Spielberg and is the first installment of the Jurassic Park franchise. It is based on the 1990 novel of the same name by Michael Crichton, with a screenplay written by Crichton and David Koepp. The film centers on the fictional Isla Nublar, an islet located off Costa Rica's Pacific Coast, where a billionaire philanthropist and a small team of genetic scientists have created a wildlife park of cloned dinosaurs. Before Crichton's book was published, four studios put in bids to acquire the film rights. Spielberg, with the backing of Universal Studios, acquired the rights for $1.5 million before publication in 1990, and Crichton was hired for an additional $500,000 to adapt the novel for the screen. David Koepp wrote the final draft, which left out much of the novel's exposition and violence and made numerous changes to the characters. Filming took place in California and Hawaii between August and November 1992, and post-production rolled until May 1993, being supervised by Spielberg in Poland as he filmed Schindler's List. The dinosaurs were created through groundbreaking computer-generated imagery by Industrial Light & Magic in conjunction with life-sized animatronic dinosaurs built by Stan Winston's team. To showcase the film's sound design, which included a mixture of various animal noises for the dinosaur roars, Spielberg invested in the creation of DTS, a company specializing in digital surround sound formats. Following an extensive $65 million marketing campaign, which included licensing deals with 100 companies, Jurassic Park grossed over $900 million worldwide in its original theatrical run. It surpassed Spielberg's 1982 film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial to become the highest-grossing film at the time (a distinction it would yield to Titanic four years later). The film was well received by critics, who praised it for its special effects and Spielberg's direction but criticized the writing. The film won more than 20 awards (including 3 Academy Awards), mostly for its visual effects. Following a 3D re-release in 2013 to celebrate its 20th anniversary, Jurassic Parks total gross eclipsed $1 billion, making it the 17th film to do so. It currently ranks as the 14th-highest-grossing film worldwide, the 16th-highest-grossing film in North America (unadjusted for inflation), and the highest-grossing film released by Universal and directed by Spielberg. Jurassic Park is considered by many to be one of the greatest works of science fiction ever, as well as a landmark in the vector of visual effects regarding its computer-generated imagery and animatronics. The film was followed by two sequels, The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park III, both of which became box office successes but received mixed critical responses. A third sequel entitled Jurassic World is slated for release in 2015.
  • 200px|thumb|Logo de Jurassic Park. Jurassic Park es una película de ciencia ficción estadounidense, dirigida por Steven Spielberg, estrenada en 1993 y basada en la novela homónima de Michael Crichton.
  • Jurassic Park could refer to a number of different games in the Jurassic Park franchise. The games are loosely based on the popular films of the same name. (Please note that Jurassic: The Hunted is not part of this franchise.) The following lists the games in the Jurassic Park series.
  • Jurassic Park (sometimes referred to as Team Steg after the naming pattern of their robots) were a team of roboteers from Southampton who entered Series 3-5 of Robot Wars as well as the first series of Robot Wars Extreme. They competed with three dinosaur-themed robots (Steg-O-Saw-Us, Steg 2 and 3 Stegs to Heaven) which attained a considerable amount of success throughout the team's appearances. Steg-O-Saw-Us reached the Grand Final of Series 3 despite originally being a reserve robot, while Steg 2 reached the Semi-Finals of Series 4 and 3 Stegs to Heaven reached the Heat Final in Series 5. The team had also intended to enter 3 Stegs to Heaven into Series 6 as Steg 3, but neither they or the robot appeared in that series for unknown reasons. The team's name comes from the film "Jurassic Park", a 1993 film about a wildlife park for cloned dinosaurs.
  • Jurassic Park is a techno-thriller novel written by Michael Crichton that was published in 1990. Often considered a cautionary tale on unconsidered biological tinkering in the same spirit as Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, it uses the mathematical concept of chaos theory and its philosophical implications to explain the collapse of an amusement park showcasing certain genetically recreated dinosaur species. It was adapted into a film in 1993. The book has one sequel, The Lost World, in 1995, which was also adapted into a film, in 1997.
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  • Peter Griffin mentions "that spittin' lizard from Jurassic Park" in "A Hero Sits Next Door". Peter and his wife Lois treat a hooker in "North by North Quahog" the same way the main characters in Jurassic Park treat a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Peter orders not to make sudden movements or else they'll be spotted. While faking a dinosaur eating Glenn Quagmire's body, Peter hums the film's theme in "I Take Thee Quagmire". The Superstore USA employee on the toilet in "Hell Comes to Quahog" seeing the destruction of the store is a reference to the novel. Peter uses Stewie's goat to bait Toby Keith, but Lois tells him that Toby Keith doesn't want to be fed, he wants to hunt in "Padre de Familia". The trek to Executive Bathroom Island in "Tales of a Third Grade Nothing", the accompaniment by John Hammond, as well as the island itself all parody the first installment. Peter's line in "German Guy" about "Life always finds a way" is a reference to a line Jeff Goldblum's character said in the film. Chris acts like the dilophosaurus from Jurassic Park when he spits on Lois in "Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream". Stewie's time machine admonishment for Brian in "Yug Ylimaf" parodies Dennis Nedry's in Jurassic Park. Jack's waving of sparklers and creating a distraction to escape the giant in "Grimm Job" is a parody of a scene in in which a tyrannosaurus is distracted with road flares. Peter notes that his vacation to the Bahamas in "Take My Wife" marks only the second time that he had ever watched every Jurassic Park film.
  • Before Crichton's novel was published, four studios put in bids for the film rights. With the backing of Universal Studios, Spielberg acquired the rights for $1.5 million before publication in 1990; Crichton was hired for an additional $500,000 to adapt the novel for the screen. Koepp wrote the final draft, which left out much of the novel's exposition and violence and made numerous changes to the characters. Filming took place in California and Hawaii between August and November 1992, and post-production rolled until May 1993, supervised by Spielberg in Poland as he filmed Schindler's List. The dinosaurs were created with groundbreaking computer-generated imagery by Industrial Light & Magic and with life-sized animatronic dinosaurs built by Stan Winston's team. To showcase the film's sound design, which included a mixture of various animal noises for the dinosaur roars, Spielberg invested in the creation of DTS, a company specializing in digital surround sound formats. Following an extensive $65 million marketing campaign, which included licensing deals with 100 companies, Jurassic Park grossed over $900 million worldwide in its original theatrical run, becoming the highest-grossing film ever at the time, a record held until the 1997 release of Titanic. It was well received by critics, who praised its special effects, John Williams' musical score, and Spielberg's direction. Following a 3D re-release in 2013 to celebrate its 20th anniversary, Jurassic Park became the 17th film to surpass $1 billion in ticket sales, and the film ranks among the 20 highest-grossing films ever. The film won more than 20 awards (including 3 Academy Awards), mostly for its technical achievements. Jurassic Park is considered a landmark in the development of computer-generated imagery and animatronic visual effects, and was followed by three commercially successful sequels, The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), Jurassic Park III (2001), and Jurassic World (2015). A fifth installment is scheduled for a 2018 release.
  • The film began its genesis before the novel was even published, and Crichton was hired to write a script that skimmed down its plot. Spielberg hired Stan Winston Studio' puppets and worked with Industrial Light and Magic to develop cutting edge CGI to portray the dinosaurs. The film stars Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern and Richard Attenborough. It reached near-universal acclaim. It was well received by critics, although they criticized the plotting and characterization. Since its release it has grossed $914,691,118, becoming the highest grossing film of all time, and is currently the eighth-highest grossing feature film. Most significantly, the film inspired a new breed of films that primarily used CGI for special effects. The film was followed by The Lost World: Jurassic Park on May 23, 1997, Jurassic Park III on July 18, 2001, neither of which were as financially successful or as critically acclaimed as the first, and Jurassic World on June 12, 2015, which was more financially successful, but not as critically acclaimed as the first. The film was re-released in the cinemas of U.K. on September 23, 2011 and in 3D on April 5, 2013.
  • Jurassic Park is a science fiction adventure novel written by Michael Chricton.
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