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Jurassic Park Ultimate Trilogy [Blu-ray][Region Free]
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From Academy Award-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg, the Jurassic Park Ultimate Trilogy is one of the most successful film franchises in worldwide box-office history. On a remote tropical island, an amazing living theme park becomes a game of survival for humans foolhardy enough to set foot on it. Meticulously recreated dinosaurs spring to astonishing life as the film’s breathtaking special effects and thrilling action sequences keep audiences on the edge of their seats. Each chapter of the history-making saga delivers even more action and spectacular visual effects than its predecessor, as nature’s ultimate killing machines once again rule the earth. Almost 20 years after its inception, the Jurassic Park Trilogy remains an unmatched cinematic experience.
Jurassic Park: A multimillionaire (Richard Attenborough) unveils a new theme park where visitors can observe dinosaurs cloned using advanced DNA technology. But when an employee tampers with the security system, the dinosaurs escape, forcing the visitors to fight for their survival. Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum and Laura Dern star in this thrilling, action-packed blockbuster from acclaimed director Steven Spielberg and based on the novel by Michael Crichton.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park: Four years after Jurassic Park's genetically bred dinosaurs ran amok, multimillionaire John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) shocks chaos theorist Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) by revealing that Hammond has been breeding more beasties at a secret location. Malcolm, his paleontologist ladylove (Julianne Moore) and a wildlife videographer (Vince Vaughn) join an expedition to document the lethal lizards' natural behavior in this action-packed thriller.
Jurassic Park III: In need of funds for research, Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill) accepts a large sum of money to accompany Paul and Amanda Kirby (William H. Macy and Tea Leoni) on an aerial tour of the infamous Isla Sorna. It isn't long before all hell breaks loose and the stranded wayfarers must fight for survival as a host of new -- and even more deadly -- dinosaurs try to make snacks of them. Laura Dern, Michael Jeter, Alessandro Nivola and Trevor Morgan co-star.
Please note Korean subtitles are available on Jurassic Park and The Lost World but not Jurassic Park 3.
• New to Blu-ray - 'Return to Jurassic Park' – this six-part documentary features all-new interviews with the many of the cast members from all three films, the filmmakers and Steven Spielberg.
o Dawn of a New Era
o Making Pre-history
o The Next Step in Evolution
o Finding The Lost World
o Something Survived
o The Third Adventure
• The Making of Jurassic Park
• The Making of The Lost World: Jurassic Park
• The Making of Jurassic Park III
• Steven Spielberg Directs Jurassic Park
• Early Pre-Production Meetings
• The World of Jurassic Park
• The Magic of Industrial Light & Magic
• Location Scouting
• Phil Tippett Animatics: Raptors In The Kitchen
• The Jurassic Park Phenomenon: A Discussion with Author Michael Crichton
• Industrial Light & Magic and Jurassic Park: Before and After The Visual Effects
• Industrial Light & Magic and The Lost World: Jurassic Park Before & After
• The Industrial Light & Magic Press Reel
• A Visit to Industrial Light & Magic
• Hurricane in Kauai Featurette
• Dinosaur Turntables
• The Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park III
• Montana: Finding New Dinosaurs
• Animatics: T-Rex Attack
• The Special Effects of Jurassic Park III
• The Sounds of Jurassic Park III
• The Art of Jurassic Park III
• Tour of Stan Winston Studio
• Feature Commentary with Special Effects Team
• Production Archives: Storyboards, Models, Photographs, Design Sketches and Conceptual Drawings
• Deleted Scenes
• Theatrical Trailers
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I BOUGHT THIS SET A FEW DAYS AGO IN A WELL KNOWN, STRUGGLING, HIGH STREET MUSIC STORE. I'M PLEASED I DIDN'T PAY THE FULL PRICE OF JUST UNDER £40.00.
I BUY BLU RAY DISCS FOR THE PICTURE QUALITY MAINLY AS I HAVE YET TO ADD AN EXTRA SOUND SYSTEM TO MY SETUP.
I HAVE SO FAR ONLY WATCHED THE FIRST DISC AND IT HAS JUST ABOUT THE WORST BLU RAY PICTURE I HAVE EVER SEEN! SO VERY GRAINY IN A LOT OF PLACES. I DID NOT EXPECT THIS AT ALL AND WAS VERY DISAPPOINTED.
I FIND MY DVD VERSION A MUCH MORE ENJOYABLE ONE. I UNDERSTAND AFTER WATCHING A BLU RAY LIKE THIS WHY APARANTLY, THE BLU RAY FORMAT HAS NOT BEEN AS SUCCESSFUL AS EXPECTED.
OVERALL, A VERY DISAPPOINTING EXPERIENCE. I HOPE THE REMAINING TWO DISCS ARE BETTER.
AND JUST TO SAY - THE SET DOES INCLUDE DIGITAL COPIES.
* I HAVE SINCE WATCHED THE 2ND AND 3RD DISC WHICH WERE OF VERY GOOD PICTURE QUALITY.*
This shoddy pic plus the exagerated grain ruined the movies.
Even the case is not solid is kind of wobbly.
too bad boy.
In the first part, i could easily see so many parts out of focus...
Picture wise ? ....I remember having the Laserdisc version of Jurassic Park back in the day and that being completely flawless and razor sharp when it came to the visual side of things , but the Blu-ray is a little disappointing.
Really good picture quality up until you get to the Mr DNA scene , then it falls apart with a very noticeable amount of grain , but then the quality returns five minutes later only to grain up again in other scenes for a short time.
Not sure why these particular scenes should suffer so badly when the rest of the film is more than adequate ?
This is the first time I've encountered the "grain effect" on a Blu-ray and have heard lots of people complain about grain on other Blu-rays that I also own , but I've never seen or experienced it on them until now... Lets hope its the last !
Now, I feel I must point out that I refer to the "grain effect" as the quite nasty speckling that occurs on Blu-ray (particularly on older films) and not the films intentional grain that is often mistaken for what I'm talking about , but I just don't know what the correct terminology for this effect is called , so will just use the "grain effect " until someone can tell me what its actually is.
As for the Lost world , not overly impressed with the picture quality either and if someone had put this on and hadn't told me it was a Blu-ray , I don't think I would have noticed if I'm truly honest... Not saying its bad quality and its "slightly" better than the DVD's and certainly doesn't suffer from any grain that I could see , but it just isn't the impact I should have gotten and was expecting from these Blu-rays , and its far from the WOW factor that other, much older films on Blu-ray have given me.
As for Jurassic 3 , for me the best for picture quality being the newest film of the three , although 11 years old now , and again no grain to report but its still nothing to shout about , but all three films benefit with huge amounts of features on each and come with digital copies as well.
I read in other reviews some quite poor excuses as to why the quality is lacking on the Blu-rays , but I'm sorry , there really is NO excuse for the first two films to be of such mediocre quality (visually) on these Blu-Rays , when they were near perfect on so called old technology.
Is it worth £14 ? ... JUST! But its the 7.1 remastering what really sets it apart and is worth the price just for that , which again I'll say is fantastic if you have a decent audio setup and really can't fault it as this absolutely blew me away.
Anymore than £14 and I really couldn't recommend it.
I won't go into the review of each movie, as you will all have your favourites (the Second one for me) and your least. I will start with the sound quality, which played through my Sony STR 800 and Jamo speakers is utterly convincing, with depth and range far in excess of the DVD releases. The sound of rain echos round the room, almost making me reach for my raincoat, and the roar of the T Rex in the second movie loud with depth and solidity. I particularly liked the sound of breaking glass in the second movie.
The picture itself is not as good, with some grain in the first movie, but these artefacts are mostly gone by the second and third movies.
All in all, not bad, but not quite good enough for a full five stars I think.
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