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Just when you'd think that scientists would realize dinosaurs and humans don't mix, along comes The Lost World: Jurassic Park to prove you wrong. In this sequel, John Hammond Richard Attenborough summons chaos theorist and onetime colleague Ian Malcolm Jeff Goldblum to his home with some startling information -- while nearly everything at his Jurassic Park had been destroyed, engineers were also operating a second site, where other dinosaurs, resurrected through DNA cloning technology, had been kept in hiding. ...
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Just when you'd think that scientists would realize dinosaurs and humans don't mix, along comes The Lost World: Jurassic Park to prove you wrong. In this sequel, John Hammond Richard Attenborough summons chaos theorist and onetime colleague Ian Malcolm Jeff Goldblum to his home with some startling information -- while nearly everything at his Jurassic Park had been destroyed, engineers were also operating a second site, where other dinosaurs, resurrected through DNA cloning technology, had been kept in hiding. Hammond has learned the dinosaurs on the second island are alive and well and even breeding; Hammond wants Malcolm to observe and document the reptiles before Hammond's financiers can get to them. Malcolm declares he had enough of the dinosaurs the first time out, but decides to make the trip when he finds out that his girlfriend, paleontologist Sarah Harding Julianne Moore, is already there. However, Ian and Sarah aren't the only visitors expected on the island; a camera crew led by ecological activist Nick Van Owen Vince Vaughn is on the way, as is Roland Tembo Pete Postlethwaite, a world-class wild game hunter who is supposed to round up the dinosaurs and who hopes to bag a prehistoric trophy for himself in the process. This sequel to Jurassic Park boasted even more impressive special effects than the first film, though the acting and screenplay aren't always at the same level.
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Special Features

Jurassic Park: "The Making of Jurassic Park; early pre-production meetings; storyboards, production photographs, design sketches, and conceptual paintings; Phil Tippett animatic - "Raptors in the Kitchen"; dinosaur encyclopedia; production notes; cast and filmmakers biographies.
The Lost World: Deleted scenes; "The Making of The Lost World"; storyboards, production photographs, design sketches, and conceptual paintings; dinosaur encyclopedia; production notes; cast and filmmakers biographies.
Jurassic Park III: "The Making of Jurassic Park III"; feature commentary with special effects team; "The New Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park III"; tour of Stan Winston studio; witness different stages in a step-by-step look at the computer graphics during a visit to Industrial Light & Magic; "Dinosaur Turntables," -- a three-dimensional look at the 12 dinsaurs created for the film; behind-the-scenes; "Montana: Finding New Dinosaurs" -- a visit to paleontologist Jack Horner's donosaur dig.
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Tony Nigro
With roaringly realistic digital dinosaurs courtesy of Industrial Light and Magic, summer blockbuster master Steven Spielberg tops even himself with Jurassic Park; not since Jaws have audiences loved terror so much. Michael Crichton's script, adapted from his own novel, follows the team of two doctors Sam Neill and Laura Dern and a mathematician Jeff Goldblum on a tour through the experimental dinosaur theme park of eccentric Dr. John Hammond Sir Richard Attenborough. The tour, needless to say, goes horribly wrong, as the wondrous cloned dinosaurs run amok and turn what should have been a delightful field trip into a battle for survival. Despite the movie's impressive human talent pool, the real stars are the frighteningly lifelike digital dinos. Whether naughty or nice, they are the film's most memorable characters. Considering that Jurassic Park is one of the most technically impressive releases in the history of film, it is only appropriate that the DVD release and its follow-ups The Lost World and Jurassic Park III would leave equally enormous footprints. Fans will love the laundry list of high-class DVD extras: "The Making of Jurassic Park" documentary, rare behind-the-scenes footage of preproduction meetings, animatics by Oscar-winning special effects creator Phil Tippett, production photographs, a dinosaur encyclopedia, storyboards, production notes, cast and filmmaker bios, and theatrical trailers for all three movies.
Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Prehistory's progeny run amok again in Jurassic Park 3, the latest exciting installment in this popular series based on the bestselling Michael Crichton novel. Original leading man Sam Neill, who sat out Part 2 Jurassic Park: The Lost World, returns as the intrepid paleontologist whose knowledge of Jurassic Park and its raptor residents proves invaluable to a married couple William H. Macy and Téa Leoni searching the island in a desperate bid to find their missing son, apparently stranded there following a parasailing mishap. Laura Dern, the first film's leading lady, also reprises her role and figures prominently in this episode's suspenseful climax. Director Joe Johnston Jumanji, an old hand at effects-laden adventure movies, establishes his characters in a leisurely fashion -- but once the island is reached, the action begins with a bang, after which the pace picks up and never slackens. As in the previous two films, animatronic creatures and computer-generated effects are employed in tandem to create the illusion that the prehistoric creatures are as real as the actors themselves. A rousing romp in the best Saturday-matinee tradition, Jurassic Park 3 supplies a surfeit of thrills and chills. Johnston explains many filmmaking secrets in his commentary for the DVD edition, which also includes a "making of" documentary, a montage of behind-the-scenes footage, photo and storyboard galleries, and alternate theatrical trailers.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/29/2005
  • UPC: 025192829826
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  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 5:49:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Steven Spielberg Producer
Joe Johnston Director
Michael Crichton Source Author
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Jurassic Park
1. Monster in a Box [5:20]
2. The Diggers [1:09]
3. Hammond's Invitation [3:45]
4. The Chaotician [2:28]
5. Welcome to Jurassic Park! [2:33]
6. Mr. DNA [3:34]
7. Lunch Time [:41]
9. Start the Tour! [1:28]
8. The Target Audience [4:13]
10. Shutdown! [6:13]
11. The Tyrannosaurus Rex [:10]
12. Nedry & the Nice Dinosaur [6:18]
13. Racing With the Rex [:08]
14. Galloping Gallimimus [2:19]
15. The Perimeter Fence [4:33]
16. Predator in the Powerhouse [7:07]
17. Chaos in the Kitchen [3:20]
18. Hanging Out to Die [3:40]
19. The Dream Left Behind [2:34]
20. End Titles [4:29]
Disc #2 -- The Lost World: Jurassic Park
1. Isla Sorna (Main Titles) [:46]
2. The Dinosaur Guy [3:26]
3. Our Last Chance [3:59]
4. The Doctor's Daughter [:25]
5. The Lost World [6:25]
6. Peter's Little Camping Trip [1:09]
7. The Backup Plan [3:33]
8. The Baby Rex [1:55]
9. Mommy's Very Angry [5:19]
10. Eddie Meets the Folks [6:20]
11. Death & Dieter Stark [:28]
12. The T-Rex Intrudes [6:55]
13. Lurkers in the Long Grass [1:01]
14. The Welcoming Committee [5:49]
15. The Death Ship [:19]
16. Taking the Kid [5:42]
17. Rampage [6:50]
18. The Crucial Shot [4:15]
19. Life Will Find a Way [2:09]
20. End Titles [6:02]
Disc #3 -- Jurassic Park III
1. Parasail Into Peril [4:11]
2. The Dinosaur Man [8:32]
3. The Kirbys' Offer [4:42]
4. Unhappy Landings [2:29]
5. The Spinosaurus [6:30]
6. Duel of the Dinosaurs [:38]
7. The Lost Boy [:10]
8. He's Alive... [:19]
9. The Nest [5:01]
10. Raptors [3:35]
11. Grant's Rescuer [3:58]
12. Family Reunion [4:20]
13. The Best Intentions [8:34]
14. The Birdcage [3:41]
15. Billy's Gamble [2:07]
16. A Call for Help [4:04]
17. A Father's Courage [3:04]
18. Call of the Raptor [:05]
19. Going Home [5:34]
20. End Titles [3:08]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Jurassic Park
   Chapter List
   Bonus Materials
      The Making of Jurassic Park
      Early Pre-Production Meetings
      Location Scouting
      Phil Tippett Animatics: Raptors in the Kitchen
      Storyboards
         T-Rex Attack
         Jeep Chase
         Raptors in the Kitchen
         Omitted Baby Trike Scene
         The Original Ending
      Foley Artists
      Production Archives: Photographs, Design Sketches and Conceptual Paintings
      Theatrical Trailers Including Jurassic Park III
         Jurassic Park
         The Lost World: Jurassic Park
         Jurassic Park III
      Dinosaur Encyclopedia
         Triassic Period
         Jurassic Period
         Dilophosaur
         Velociraptor
         Gallimimus
         Triceratops
         Tyrannosaurus Rex
         Brachiosaurus
      Production Notes
      Cast and Filmmakers
         Sam Neill as Dr. Alan Grant
         Laura Dern as Ellie Sattler
         Jeff Goldblum as Ian Malcolm
         Richard Attenborough as John Hammond
         Bob Peck as Robert Muldoon
         Martin Ferrero as Donald Gennaro
         B. D. Wong as Dr. Wu
         Samuel L. Jackson as Ray Arnold
         Wayne Knight as Dennis Nedry
         Joseph Mazzello as Tim Murphy
         Ariana Richards as Lex Murphy
         Produced by Kathleen Kennedy
         Produced by Gerald R. Molen
         Directed by Steven Spielberg
      DVD-ROM Features
      DVD Newsletter
   Languages
      English
      Français
      English Captions for the Hearing Impaired
      Español Subtitles
      No Subtitles
   Play
Disc #2 -- The Lost World: Jurassic Park
   Chapter List
   Bonus Materials
      The Making of The Lost World
      Deleted Scenes
      Illustrations and Conceptual Drawings
      Storyboards
         Stego Attack
         The Round Up
         Eddie's Death
         Death in the Waterfall
         Malcolm vs. Raptor
         Sarah Harding vs. the Raptors
         Getting the T-Rex Off the Island
         The Cargo Ship Sequence
         The T-Rex Visits San Diego
         The Revenge of the T-Rex
         Omitted Air Attack
         The Original Ending
      Models
      The World of Jurassic Park
      The Magic of ILM
      Theatrical Trailers Including Jurassic Park III
         Jurassic Park
         The Lost World: Jurassic Park
         Jurassic Park III
      Dinosaur Encyclopedia
         Triassic Period
         Jurassic Period
         Dilophosaur
         Velociraptor
         Gallimimus
         Triceratops
         Tyrannosaurus Rex
         Brachiosaurus
      Production Notes
      Production Photographs
      Cast and Filmmakers
         Jeff Goldblum as Ian Malcolm
         Julianne Moore as Sarah Harding
         Pete Postlethwaite as Roland Tembo
         Arliss Howard as Peter Ludlow
         Richard Attenborough as John Hammond
         Executive Producer Kathleen Kennedy
         Produced by Gerald R. Molen
         Produced by Colin Wilson
         Directed by Steven Spielberg
      Posters and Toys
      DVD-ROM Features
      DVD Newsletter
   Languages
      English
      Français
      English Captions for the Hearing Impaired
      Español Subtitles
      No Subtitles
   Play
Disc #3 -- Jurassic Park III
   Scenes
   Bonus Materials
      The Making of Jurassic Park III
      Feature Commentary With Special Effects Team
      The New Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park III
      Tour of Stan Winston Studio
      A Visit to ILM
         Concepts
            Intro
            The Spinosaurus
            The Pteranodons
            The Raptors
         The Process
            Intro
            Models
               Interview
               View Models
            T-Rex vs. Spinosaurus
               Interview
               Production Plate
               Final Shot
            Pteranodon Air Attack
               Interview
               Animatic
               Final Shot
            Raptors: Returning the Eggs
               Interview
               Production Plate
               Final Shot
         Muscle Simulation
            Intro
            Demonstration
         Compositing
            Definition
            Demonstration
      Dinosaur Turntables
         Corythosaurus
         Parasaurolophus
         Brachiosaurus
         Velociraptor (Male)
         Ankylosaurus
         Stegosaurus
         Triceratops
         Tyrannosaurus
         Pteranodon (Baby & Adult)
         Compsognathus
         'Billy Brennan'
         Spinosaurus
      Behind-the-Scenes
         Spinosaurus Attacks the Plane
         Raptors Attack Udesky
         The Lake
      Storyboards to Final Feature Comparison
         The Lab
         The Aviary
         The Boat Attack
      Jurassic Park III Archives
         Production Photographs
         Poster Gallery
      Theatrical Trailers
         Jurassic Park
         The Lost World: Jurassic Park
         Jurassic Park III
      Montanta: Finding New Dinosaurs
      Production Notes
      Cast and Filmmakers
         Sam Neill as Dr. Alan Grant
         William H. Macy as Paul Kirby
         Téa Leoni as Amanda Kirby
         Alessandro Nivola as Billy Brennan
         Trevor Morgan as Eric Kirby
         Michael Jeter as Udesky
         John Diehl as Cooper
         Bruce A. Young as Nash
         Laura Dern as Ellie Sadler
         Executive Producer Steven Spielberg
         Produced by Kathleen Kennedy
         Produced by Larry Franco
         Directed by Joe Johnston
      DVD-ROM Features
      Recommendations
      DVD Newsletter
      Jurassic Park III Special Offers
         Universal Studios Theme Parks
         Music Soundtrack
         ScanCommand: Jurassic Park III Preview Movie
      JP Institute
   Languages
      English Dolby Digital 5.1
      English DTS 5.1
      Français Dolby Digital 5.1
      Feature Commentary With Special Effects Team
      English Captions for the Hearing Impaired
      Español Subtitles
      No Subtitles
   Play
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    When science gets out of hand

    This is a great film that not only goes into the ethics of scientific progress, but also analyzes how the human spirit prevails in difficult situations so that most of the people in the park survive. This is a must-see for anyone who likes the sci-fi genre.

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  • Posted February 1, 2011

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    the books blow the movies outta the water!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    the books blow the movies outta the water!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Posted January 18, 2011

    Can not wait until it comes!

    Bought it because I have seen all three movies and they are just plain awesome.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    A true treasure of film making.

    These movies are timeless for their cutting edge visual effects and entertainment value. A must have for all video libraries!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Good movies!!!

    Excellent products and service, as always!!!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Never tirer of seeing these movies

    These movies have an interesting plot and are worth watching. Interesting for conversation in science and how far should humans go before we become a problem to ourselves and the world we live in.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Awesome

    Jurassic Park and the sequels that followed it are the result of great story telling and excellent imagination. These movies tell the story of the thin line between science and chaos in a way that has not been done since the novel Frankenstein.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best scifi thriller of all time

    I loved this pack. I bought it at target, and it is an amazing thrill ride. This series was great!!!!!!

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