The Lost World: Jurassic ParkDirector: Steven Spielberg
The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Steven Spielberg's sequel to Jurassic Park comes to DVD in its original 1.85:1 aspect ratio. The earth-shaking steps of the big dinosaurs are captured in 5.1 Digital Surround Sound. There are English and French language tracks available, as well as Spanish subtitles. Additional features include a "making of" documentary;/i>/i>… See more details below
The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Steven Spielberg's sequel to Jurassic Park comes to DVD in its original 1.85:1 aspect ratio. The earth-shaking steps of the big dinosaurs are captured in 5.1 Digital Surround Sound. There are English and French language tracks available, as well as Spanish subtitles. Additional features include a "making of" documentary; deleted scenes; production photographs that include storyboards; biographical info on the cast and crew; trailers for this film, its prequel, and its sequel; and a dinosaur encyclopedia.
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- Original Release:
- Universal Studios
- Region Code:
- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Cast & Crew
|Jeff Goldblum||Dr. Ian Malcolm|
|Julianne Moore||Dr. Sarah Harding|
|Pete Postlethwaite||Roland Tembo|
|Richard Attenborough||John Hammond|
|Vince Vaughn||Nick Van Owen|
|Vanessa Lee Chester||Kelly Curtis|
|Thomas F. Duffy||Dr. Robert Burke|
|Arliss Howard||Peter Ludlow|
|Harvey Jason||Ajay Sidhu|
|Richard Schiff||Eddie Carr|
|Peter Stormare||Dieter Stark|
|Rick Carter||Production Designer|
|Robert Jackson||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Ronald Judkins||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Kathleen Kennedy||Executive Producer|
|Linda King||Set Decoration/Design|
|Pamela Klamer||Set Decoration/Design|
|Michael Lantieri||Special Effects|
|Sergio Mimica-Gezzan||Asst. Director|
|Gerald R. Molen||Producer|
|Sue Moore||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Dennis Muren||Special Effects|
|Jim Teegarden||Art Director|
|John Williams [composer]||Score Composer|
|Stan Winston||Special Effects|
|Michael Crichton||Source Author|
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]
Menu Group #1 with 21 chapter(s) covering 02:08:36
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I loved this movie. I really thought it was better than the first because in this movie the people actually bring the dinosaurs to the city which means, Dinosaurs+City=Trouble!If you liked the first one, you'll like this one.
this is a movie for the whole family to watch. It's really exciting and gets your adreniline flowing.
I thought this was a disgrace to the first one, i thought it was stupid, and pointless. don't waste ur time.
This was the best yet!! I would by the hundred dollar DVD and it would be worth every cent. Amazing plot, spectacular special effects, and different yet better characters and dinos. It is awesome!!
I enjoyed it. its got a lot of action in it.
There is the proverbial that the second is never as good as the original. This is the truth with the Lost World. Jeff Goldblum as leading man doesn't cut it but the special effects are some of the best of the 90's and the villains are more multi-dimensional than in the first, both human and reptilian alike. Hated the dentist. Liked the idealistic ending.
The Lost World is supposed to be based on a book. They took away several main characters ( Arby, Throne, Richard Levine, Dodgson, King, Baselton,) the only characters that they left were : Malcolm, Sarah, Eddie and Kellie. They added many characters that they made out of thin air! In the movie there is a part that they introduce dinosaurs into the city, wich again is not in the book.The book has more suspence.My suggestion is to read the book.
On the bright side, this movie is much better than the sequel. On the downside, it lacks the intelligence and the acting of the first. Some of the humor is a little dumb and less subtle than the first. Although the special effects are great, I'm pretty sure they shouldn't have added the T-rex stomping through New York. Kind of cheesy. Here's hoping for a decent sequel anytime soon. Preferably with a raw feeling to it.