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The Masked Man Reviews the Jurrasic Park Trilogy
The Masked Man Reviews the Jurrasic Park Trilogy
The Lone Ranger
Published by The Lone Ranger
01-07-2007
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Some Thoughts on the Jurassic Park
Trilogy


As you will no-doubt guess, Iíve always liked dinosaurs. I think theyíre utterly fascinating. When the original Jurassic Park came out, somebody asked me if Iíd have gone to the island if it existed, even knowing there would be a serious risk of injury or death. Letís see now: chance of a grisly death vs. certainty of seeing real live dinosaurs ó what are we waiting for? Letís go!

So I really enjoyed the Jurassic Park movies, especially the first one. Frankly, Iíd have been delighted if each movie had been nothing more than 2 hours or so of photorealistic dinosaurs running around and interacting with each other.

The movies were really impressive ó thatís for sure. They did a lot of things really well, though inevitably, some things were done a little less well. Before we can discuss how well the movies did or did not work, I thought it might be a good idea to talk about the moviesí stars ó dinosaurs. What do we know about them, and what guesses can we make about how they lived?

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