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#MovieMonday - Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

The Park no longer exists, a now-pretty-much-active volcano threats Isla Nublar and all the dinosaurs left behind. Now it’s up to Claire and Owen to go back to the island and save at least some of them, including the loyal and lovely  683 more words


New behind-the-scenes images from Rachel Ward's Palm Beach

Entertainment One have revealed two behind-the-scenes images from Rachel Ward’s drama-comedy Palm Beach, currently shooting on Sydney’s northern beaches.

Palm Beach is a drama-comedy about a group of lifelong friends reuniting to celebrate a special birthday, with Palm Beach providing a stunning backdrop for the unfolding drama. 225 more words


Jurassic Park

In 1973, author/screenwriter Michael Crichton’s film ”Westworld” opened in cinemas about a theme park when guests enter the area, they participate in a variety of activities to be a hero or villain. 1,267 more words


Jurassic Park, Meet Your New Partner Theodore Rex - Doubled Edged Double Bill Episode 7

Dr. Thomas and Dr. Mariani are welcomed to Jurassic Park to study dinosaurs. But they’ll need a partner to help them out. Fortunately, Theodore Rex was killed in the line of duty, so returning guest  138 more words


Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018) Review

“Life finds a way.”

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a supremely dumb film. It’s the sort of film where people can outrun the pyroclastic flow of an erupting volcano and someone replies to complicated computer jargon with ‘English, please?’. 965 more words


Throwback Thursday: Jurassic Park

Isla Nublar

Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park got the Steven Spielberg treatment with 1993’s film of the same name.  The movie blazed new trails in practical and CGI effects.  718 more words

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Jurassic Park

Hold on to your butts!

Yesterday, June 11th, marked the 25th anniversary of the iconic and classic film Jurassic Park. This movie has captivated audiences and inspired two sequels, a recent series reboot, and countless park attractions and merchandise. 728 more words

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