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MOVIE REVIEW | ***JURASSIC WEEK*** Jurassic Park III (2001)

“I read both of your books. I liked the first one more. Before you were on the island. You liked dinosaurs back then.”

In this day and age of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, movie franchises are planned out years and half a dozen sequels in advance.  647 more words


Deep Impact (1998)

I haven’t seen Deep Impact since it hit home video back in the late nineties. I’ve always referred to it as “the other film” due to it’s being released shortly before Bruce Willis launched a crew of would be saviors into the atmosphere in Armageddon. 614 more words

Daily Take

Conversations with actors

One of my new favorite places online is the SAG Foundation‘s YouTube channel. Founded in 1985, the Screen Actors Guild Foundation, is meant to “enhance the lives of performers by investing in programs which help them in their professional endeavors and the communities in which they live.” Fortunately for us, not only do these events happen often — sometimes multiple events in a day — but the bulk of them are published here. 125 more words


Jurassic World brings the franchise roaring back

In the first half hour of Jurassic World, I thought I was going to have a déjà vu experience from the previous 2 dino-sequels – idiotic woman allows maternal instincts to supersede common sense and puts her entire group in harm’s way. 1,005 more words


Jurassic Park III

Genre: Sci-Fi, Thriller, Adventure

Cast: Sam Neill, William H. Macy, Tea Leoni

Director: Joe Johnston

Duration: 92 minutes

The thrid installment in the series opens with another extravagant trip going wrong. 662 more words

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Tales of the Forgotten Sequels: 'Jurassic Park 3'

In Tales of the Forgotten Sequels, we take a look at film follow-ups that have been lost to time, either by accident or on purpose. Did these Part 2s and Part 3s deserve the bargain bin, or were they victims of unfair expectations? 842 more words

Jurassic Park 3 Review

Jurassic Park 3

In advance of the release of Jurassic World, which I will be seeing this coming Sunday night, I thought it would be fun to review the previous three films in reverse order.  2,634 more words