Jurassic Park (movie)

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Jurassic Park
Directed bySteven Spielberg
Produced byKathleen Kennedy
Gerald R. Molen
Written byScreenplay
David Koepp
Malia Scotch Marmo (uncredited)
Michael Crichton
Novel:
Michael Crichton
StarringSam Neill
Laura Dern
Jeff Goldblum
Richard Attenborough
Joseph Mazzello
Ariana Richards
Martin Ferrero
Bob Peck
Samuel L. Jackson
Wayne Knight
Music byJohn Williams
CinematographyDean Cundey
Edited byMichael Kahn
Distributed byUniversal Studios
Release date
June 11, 1993
Running time
127 minutes
CountryUSA
LanguageEnglish
Budget$95,000,000[1]
Box office$914,691,118

Jurassic Park is a 1993 American science fiction film directed by Steven Spielberg, based on the novel of the same name by Michael Crichton. It was released on June 11, 1993, and got positive reviews.

Plot

John Hammond, the owner of a scientific company, creates a theme park on an island that has dinosaurs which have been brought back to life by being cloned. He invites Dr. Alan Grant, a man who studies dinosaurs and doesn't work well with kids, and Dr. Ellie Sattler, a woman who studies ancient plants, to visit the park.

Along with a mathematician named Ian Malcolm and a lawyer named Donald Gennaro, they go to the park and see a few dinosaurs, like Brachiosaurus. John says that the dinosaurs were brought back because of the dinosaur DNA found in some mosquitoes. To fix any broken parts of the DNA, they added the DNA of frogs to the dinosaurs. The dinosaurs were all made to be female so that they would not breed.

Lex and Tim Murphy, who are Hammond's grandkids, join the group. The group goes on a tour of the park in some Ford Explorer cars. A tropical storm heads towards the park, and it starts raining. Ellie is separated from the group when she tries to help a sick Triceratops. Dennis Nedry, a worker at the park, betrays Hammond so he can get money from another company, and he turns off the park's safety systems. The cars that the group are in aren't able to move anymore.

Many dinosaurs, including a T. rex, break out of their pens. The T. rex eats Donald, hurts Ian, and pushes a car off a cliff. As Dennis tries to escape the park, he gets killed by a Dilophosaurus.

Ellie, along with Robert Muldoon, a park worker, look for survivors. They rescue Malcolm and escape the T. rex in a Jeep. John, along with the park's main engineer named Ray Arnold, decide to reboot the park's systems. During the rebooting, the dangerous Velociraptors escape and start to wander the park.

When Ray goes missing, Ellie goes to finish the rebooting process. She finds that Ray has been killed, and she runs away from one raptor. Two of the raptors show up, and they surprise and kill Robert. Meanwhile, Alan, Lex, and Tim, spend the night in a tall tree. They make friends with a Brachiosaurus.

The next day, Alan, Lex, and Tim discover dinosaur eggs. At first, they are confused, since the dinosaurs are all female, and eggs can't be laid unless there is a male dinosaur involved. Alan figures out that the frog DNA in the dinosaur DNA allows the dinosaurs to change their genders.

They come across a group of running Gallimimus, and they head towards an electric fence. When the park's power turns back on, Tim gets shocked by the fence and gets hurt. As Alan goes to look for Ellie, Lex and Tim are hunted by the raptors in a kitchen. They escape and meet up with Alan and Ellie. All four of them end up cornered by the raptors in the park's atrium, but the T. rex arrives and kills the raptors.

John, Alan, Ellie, Ian, Lex, and Tim, all survive, and leave the park in a helicopter. John is disappointed that the park was unsuccessful, but Ellie is happy that Alan has learned to get along with kids.

Production

The movie was based off a book by Michael Crichton. A few people wanted to be the director of the movie, like Tim Burton. Eventually, Steven Spielberg was chosen to direct.

Filming the movie started in 1992 on Kaua'i, an island in Hawaii. The filming was stopped for a day because Hurricane Iniki passed over the island. A few of the scenes in the movie that involve rain were actually filmed during the hurricane. Other scenes were filmed in California, on a stage at Warner Bros. Studios, and in other places in Hawaii.

At first, the dinosaurs were going to be made using stop-motion, but Spielberg didn't think it looked real enough. The dinosaurs in the movie were created using ways called animatronics and CGI. The dinosaurs were either robots, puppets, or made with computers.

After filming for the movie was over, Spielberg monitored the effects work while he was in the country of Poland, where he was filming another movie, Schindler's List.

The music that plays in the movie was composed by John Williams.

Release

Jurassic Park got positive reviews, as many critics and moviegoers enjoyed it. Many people praised the movie's special effects and music. The movie was nominated for three Academy Awards (Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing, and Best Visual Effects), and won all three.

At the time, Jurassic Park had made more money than any other movie. However, the movie Titanic ended up making even more money, breaking the record.

Country Premiere
23x15px United States 11 June 1993
23x15px Brazil 25 June 1993
23x15px Colombia 2 July 1993
23x15px Uruguay 2 July 1993
23x15px El Salvador 9 July 1993
23x15px Argentina 15 July 1993
23x15px United Kingdom 16 July 1993
23x15px Ireland 16 July 1993
23x15px South Korea 17 July 1993
23x15px Japan 24 July 1993
23x15px Hong Kong 29 July 1993
23x15px Philippines 11 August 1993
23x15px New Zealand 20 August 1993
23x15px Australia 2 September 1993
23x15px Germany 2 September 1993
23x15px Finland 3 September 1993
23x15px Norway 3 September 1993
23x15px Poland 3 September 1993
23x15px Sweden 3 September 1993
23x15px Bulgaria 17 September 1993
23x15px Denmark 17 September 1993
23x15px Italy 17 September 1993
23x15px Turkey 17 September 1993
23x15px Hungary 24 September 1993
23x15px Spain 30 September 1993
23x15px Greece 30 September 1993
23x15px Netherlands 30 September 1993
23x15px Portugal 1 October 1993
23x15px Czech Republic 14 October 1993
23x15px France 20 October 1993
23x15px Romania 11 March 1994
23x15px India 15 April 1994

Version 3-D

Country Premiere
23x15px United Arab Emirates 4 April 2013
23x15px Australia 4 April 2013
23x15px Bahrain 4 April 2013
23x15px Hong Kong 4 April 2013
23x15px Kuwait 4 April 2013
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23x15px Bulgaria 3 May 2013
23x15px Taiwan 3 May 2013
23x15px Finland 10 May 2013
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23x15px Norway 14 June 2013
23x15px Romania 14 June 2013
23x15px Greece 20 June 2013
23x15px Portugal 20 June 2013
23x15px South Korea 27 June 2013
23x15px Israel 18 July 2013
23x15px Turkey 9 August 2013
23x15px Peru 15 August 2013
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Sequels

Jurassic Park has four sequels: The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), Jurassic Park III (2001), Jurassic World (2015), and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018).

References

  1. McBride. Joseph 1997. Steven Spielberg. Faber and Faber, 416–9. Template:Catalog lookup linkScript error: No such module "check isxn".

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