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Jurassic Park 3 (Blu-Ray+Digital Copy)

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  • Actors: Laura Dern, Tea Leoni, William H. Macy, Sam Neill, Alessandro Nivola
  • Directors: Joe Johnston
  • Format: PAL, Widescreen, Colour
  • Language: Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese
  • Subtitles: Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Icelandic, Korean, Norwegian, Swedish, Cantonese Chinese
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: Universal Pictures
  • Run Time: 93.00 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007UEJEO2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 269,245 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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impegnato a raccogliere fondi per finanziare le ricerche sulla sua teoria del grado di intelligenza dei velociraptor, il paleontologo alan grant viene convinto da un magnate e da sua moglie a intraprendere un tour aereo ad isla sorna con altre quattro persone. un tempo sede del vecchio parco d'intrattenimento 'jurassic park', creato da john hammond, l'isola si e' col tempo trasformata nel territorio ideale per la crescita e lo sviluppo degli animali preistorici. quando, a causa di un incidente, i sette viaggiatori rimangono bloccati sull'isola, grant scopre le vere losche ragioni che ispirano la coppia di benestanti.

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Format: DVD
I love dinosaurs, and I love all three Jurassic Park films. They all take a different look at the idea's involved with the Jurassic Park project. After "The Lost World" I wasn't sure where they could go, but they have managed to make this 3rd part fresh and new, while still exploring similar ground. The action begins at the beginning and continues until the end. You can spot visual details on the Island that are exactly how they were left in Part 2, which made it great for us die hard JP fans. The plot and outcome was a little predictable, but what else can you expect, it's a dinosaur movie. The acting was the same as any other Jurassic Park film: sometimes over the top, but I think you need that in a family adventure movie such as this. My reason for a 4 star rating was the new Spinosaur: it stole T Rex's thunder. The king of beasts was belittled. :( Also, he was a bit too pivotal for a dinosaur that not many have heard of. I expected something new... but it was Spinosaur again. However, I loved the new elements brought to the Raptors, exploring the evolution of the beasts and giving us something else to "talk" about. The pterosaurs were amazing, easily one of the best parts of the film. It is worth seeing for this alone. It is a must for fans of dinosaur movies, and for anyone looking for an exciting family adventure movie. The kids will love it. I'm just waiting for the DVD boxset of the trilogy. :)
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I purchased this Blu-ray after seeing this film on vhs years ago and I love the upgraded quality of both the sound and picture. This is one of my all time favourite films and this Blu-ray movie did it great justice delivering a much more immersive experience for the viewer.
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This film has outstanding special effects, excellent cinematography, a wonderful cast, and a thin script. While it is better than the second film in the Jurassic Park series, it comes nowhere near equaling the original Jurassic Park movie.
This film sees two of the original stars return, Sam Neill, as paleontologist Dr. Alan Grant, and Laura Dern, in a cameo reprising her original role. Add William Macy and Tea Leoni, as a divorced couple who kidnap Dr. Grant and take him to Isla Sorna, site of Jurassic Park II, on a search and rescue mission for their twelve year old son, who disappeared while parasailing over Isla Sorna with his mother's boyfriend eight weeks earlier.
After the initial, breathtaking, opening scene of the boy and his mother's friend parasailing, the movie starts going south almost immediately. Which is not to say that it is not enjoyable. It is, but not as enjoyable as it could have been, had it been filmed with an intelligent script.
The movie is only an hour and a half long. In the process of making it a succinct film, the actors race through the plot, leaving certain questions unanswered or certain issues unexplained, in the almost indecent haste to get the film over with.
The actions of some of the characters are often unbelievable. Clearly terrorized, the characters do not, however, hesitate to run off by themselves. They also do not hesitate to make as much noise as possible. Obviously, they do this in order to put themselves into a situation where they will be injured, chased, or eaten by a dinosaur.
As I said, little thought appears to have been given to formulating an intelligent script. Still, if the viewer is willing to suspend all rational thought, one should relatively enjoy this moderately entertaining film
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Format: DVD
Jurassic Park was a classic.
The lost world was a poor follow on.
It seems that Universal realised that trying to bring back the awe and wonder of the origional was impossible, so they did the next best thing, A big budget B-movie!
This film is very enjoyable and has everything it needs for a good monster movie. It has good characters (Sam Neil reprising his role as Alan Grant brilliantly) that have little in they way of cliche's that develop well through the film.
The dinosaurs are brilliant examples of what CGI can do and the overall atmosphere is very dingy which is what you need for good suspense.
The few downfalls are the lack of death scenes, I know it sounds morbid but this is a monster movie!
The other is the Velociraptors, every time they get more intelligent, its now getting silly. If there ever is a fourth film they will probably be diguising themselves as humans and using laptops!
Overall this film is very good and well directed. John Williams' origional score is well re-used with the new music and the story never lets up.
Enjoy with a big bowl of popcorn.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is my favourite, and in my view, the best, of the trilogy. Characterisation and script are excellent and the plot is more interesting and human-based than the previous films. The ending on the river has you on the edge of your seat.
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Ok, in all seriousness, what made the original two great? I think it was the nice balance between action, dinosaurs and plot. As you watched in JP1 and saw Malcolm's predictions disturbingly true, and you discovered exactly what was going on, you couldnt help but feel involved. The same can be said for the second installment. The other great thing was they way you learnt about the chracaters, what made them tick etc.
Do you get this in JP3? HELL NO! The first concern with the characters is the way they are so bland, there is nothing to latch on to, the second is the way they do incredibly stupid things. Like constantly shouting their heads off. WHenever a character dies, it's always onje you don't care about, and haven't had the time to get to know. Next problem is the stupidity of things. Why does a spino pursue a copuple of humans when he's just killed a rex? Why don't the raptors go all out on the egg nappers? Why the hell was that aviery never seen in The Lost World, and where was the Spino in the fore mentioned film? The Spino wasnt even on ingens list! Next in the beggining why the hell was the kid and his mum's friend scared of the boat crashing? It's not like it would have hurt them where they were! Then we have the whole prospect of Ellie knowing exactly where Alan was after hearing a few screams over a Satalite phone, it's amazing she even knew which island! And don't get me started on the awful ending! They could and should have done more! Generally, there was no plot, other than five people desperatly trying to get off an island. Woohoo! I haven't seen that before! Only buy this if you're a die hard fan!
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