From intern to park operations manager of Jurassic World. The Evolution of Claire by Tess Sharpe focuses on Claire Dearing, not as we know her, but as she was when she first came to Jurassic World as one of the Bright Minds interns before the park was open to the public.Declassify >
Spoiler Free Review
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is evolving the world of Jurassic Park (No Spoilers)
While this movie is definitely set up to be the middle part of the Jurassic World Trilogy, it has elements of homage to the larger Jurassic Park series and feels more like a culmination of everything that came before it.Declassify >
Jurassic World An Spoiler Filled Examination of the Record-Setting Blockbuster: The Good, Bad, & Ugly
(Spoiler Alert: You Have Been Warned)
I fell in love with Jurassic Park when it was first released. In fact, it was one of the first movies I remember seeing opening weekend as a kid. My parents took a ten-year old me to watch it at a drive-in!
So it was with great anticipation that I mused over the trailer last December, after having exposed my love for the first Jurassic Park film earlier last summer.Declassify >
Musings from the Jurassic World trailer, is it a reboot or a continuation and other questions…
It starts with “On June 12… The Park… Is Open,” but the fanboy in me has already moved on to other things.
What I am about to do, is state my fascination with the new Jurassic World, while at the same time asking the questions I hope the movie answers. Why? Because I fell in love with the first Jurassic Park over 20 years ago when I saw it opening weekend.Declassify >
Two decades later, the Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park still Rule the Screen
It’s a movie that changed film making, ushering in a new era of computers and as the film tagline said, “an adventure 65 million years in the making.” Jurassic Park was released on June 11, 1993 to rave reviews by critics and the public alike. This PG-13 movie captured the hearts and minds of everyone, their children and their inner childs.
The beginning narration to the “Making of” special was done by James Earl Jones, and he stated, “With Jurassic Park, Steven Spielberg recalled from extinction the greatest creatures our planet has ever known. Reborn before our eyes were living, breathing dinosaurs.” I couldn’t have written it any better myself.Declassify >