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Jurassic Park III (Full Screeen Collector's Edition)
Jurassic Park III
Full Screeen Collector's Edition
Actors: Sam Neill, William H. Macy, Téa Leoni, Alessandro Nivola, Trevor Morgan
Director: Joe Johnston
Genres: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
PG-13     2001     1hr 32min

Renowned paleontologist Dr. Grant is tricked into a plane going over InGen's former breeding ground for prehistoric dinosaurs. When their plane crashes and a small group becomes stranded, they discover the island's native ...  more »

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Actors: Sam Neill, William H. Macy, Téa Leoni, Alessandro Nivola, Trevor Morgan
Director: Joe Johnston
Creators: Cheryl A. Tkach, David Womark, Kathleen Kennedy, Alexander Payne, Jim Taylor, Michael Crichton, Peter Buchman
Genres: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Universal Studios
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Closed-captioned,Live
DVD Release Date: 12/11/2001
Original Release Date: 07/18/2001
Theatrical Release Date: 07/18/2001
Release Year: 2001
Run Time: 1hr 32min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 8
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Collector's Edition
MPAA Rating: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Languages: English
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Member Movie Reviews

Reviewed on 9/20/2020...
Had some parts that I did not like but also have parts that I really liked. Sam Neil returns in this one. A must for Jurassic fans!

Movie Reviews

Summer action at its best...
John Short | Akron, Ohio | 07/22/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Jurassic Park was great. The Lost World was mediocre, but fun to watch. Jurassic Park III is a surprisingly enjoyable blend of its two predecessors. It combines everything that made the first film great with everything that made the second film ...entertaining. You get amazing atmosphere and subtle, eerie effects, while at the same time, being blown away by very blunt and in-your-face shock-horror. They mix to make for a very suspensful and scary summer thrill ride.I think the best thing about it is the variety it offers. Unlike The Lost World, whose action was practically identical to the original film, it offers new and exciting hazards for the cast to overcome. In the first two films, there were only two main threats, the Tyrannasaurus Rex and the Velociraptors. However, in JP3, the T-Rex is almost completely absent (he makes a pleasing cameo early in the movie), and a great twist is added to the Raptors. Also, two new dinosaurs are thrown into the characters' faces, the Spinosaurus (who even the T-Rex fears) and the Pteradon, a flying dinosaur.However, like all films, JP3 has its flaws. These flaws include an almost entirely unbelievable ending, which in my opinion, came too soon; the movie ended before things had a chance to wrap up. The ending was mediocre at best, unlike the first, and even the second film. ....Unfortunately, JP3's ending is no where near as memorable.It won't win the Oscar for best picture, but when you get down to it, good acting, great special effects, a decent script, and amazing action make this one of the best summer popcorn movies in years."
It's the sequel of a sequel, what did you expect?
Dr Gan T. Pau | Malaysia | 07/15/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Let's face it, 80% of us will go watch this movie if only because we want to recapture the thrill of the first (and still the best) Jurassic Park. Scenes of the the scientists Grant and Sattler meeting their first live dinosaur on Isla Nublar as well as the way T-Rex gobbled up the lawyer will always be remembered as the gems they are. Plus it had a great storyline to go with it (the book was better, tho). Which brings us to JP3, the third instalment of the JP series. Sam Neil is back as Dr. Alan Grant, so is Laura Dern (in a minor role), and of course T-Rex. Grant accompanies two 'extreme adventurers' played by Tea Leoni and William H. Macy into Isla Sorna otherwise known as Ingen Corp.'s Site B. Their plane crashes (of course) and they are left to their own devices on the island battling the dinos. Like most sequels, the plot is minimal. "Build them dinos and they will come." must have been their motto. It was as if they didn't have a screenplay to begin with and decided to let the CGI people figure out the plot as they went along creating the dinos. T-Rex, like Dern, only appears briefly as a new leaner and meaner dinosaur takes centrestage - the spinosaurus. Larger and smarter, it tracks down the dwindling party as they try to find their way out of the island. Oh, and satelite phone sales might skyrocket this year.The velociraptors also reprise their role as the intelligent almost human creatures. Only this time, they can erm... talk. Well in dino language at least. However, perhaps the best surprise of them all, are the pteradactyls. I was disappointed when the first JP didn't feature these great flying killling machines, but here they're given their fifteen minutes of fame as they soar through the valleys and cliffs pecking away at Grant and the others in what I feel is the best sequence of the entire 90 minutes of the film.I won't give any more of the (weak) storyline away except to say that it has all the usual (but essential) ingredients needed for a successful summer movie - lots of suspense, action, estranged characters get back together when faced with impending doom..... And no, there are no T-Rex chasing people in San Diego scenes. I really wasn't expecting much for this film and as a result I was pleasantly surprised. It had that a-thrill-a-minute kind of feel to it that rivalled the first JP. And it is after all a sequel to a sequel. As a result it lacked the element of surprise. But it quite makes up for it with the excellent CGI and cinematography. A word of caution: It's not really suitable for children as the blood and gore is rivals that of the first JP. So, parents beware. My main complain (as will be yours when you've seen it) is the abrupt and dissapointing ending. Loose ends weren't tied, dinos were still roaming around and worse, Tea Leoni was still alive. It felt as though the director or producer had enough of the film at the 90th minute mark and said, "OK, that's it. We'll end it here." But if you can forgive them for that final gaff (the Marines? What were they thinking??), then perhaps you'll like this show enough to go watch it again if only to see those Pteradactyls soar once more. It's a summer popcorn movie, what did you expect?"
Surprisingly good sequel is full of action and humor!
D. Litton | Wilmington, NC | 07/30/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

""Jurassic Park III" attempts to pull a new twist on the source material of the first film, taking us to a new place where new dinosaurs will soon be wreaking havoc on human kind. Does it work? Completely! Combining some very effective action sequences with some of the bets humor for a movie of this genre, "JP3" is a thrill machine that doesn't portray itself as anything more or less. One might sneer at the drawn-out franchise, but there's no denying how much fun this film can be on many levels. The movie brings back the original character of Alan Grant (Sam Neill), who is now a college professor of paleontology. He hopes that his new theory of raptor intelligence will inspire his students as well as earn some funds for his research, though his students seem more interested in his experiences at Jurassic Park so many years ago, experiences he would rather put behind him than rehash to the world. That is, until Paul and Amanda Kirby (William H. Macy, Tea Leoni) come calling, with the promise of those needed research funds in exchange for Grant coming along with them to the island of Isla Sorna, the second island where the action of "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" took place. Posing as tourists with a taste for adventure, their true intent is to locate their lost son, who they believe to be located on the island after a boating accident eight weeks earlier. Once Grant finds out their true intentions, he demands that the mission be aborted, but soon, their plane crashes on the island, leaving them stranded among the carnivorous creatures, who are quick to start scaring the hell out of their new prey. Along with some new and quite dangerous dinosaurs, the velociraptors prove Grant's theory of raptor intelligence correct, though I'm sure he was none too thrilled about being right when he finds himself surrounded by them. Like the first "Jurassic Park," "JP3" brings on its share of action sequences and suspenseful moments, which are a sheer delight for those who enjoy a good jolt. I was sitting up in my seat after the plane crash, as the never-before-seen spinosaurus tosses the wreckage around like a child's toy. A fight between the spinosaurus and a tyrannosaurus rex is charged with intensity, and the group's fight to stay alive is made all-the-more challenging by a high quotient of prehistoric predators. The film also explores what "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" merely conceived in words. The whole basis for that film was the creation of prehistoric life on the second island, and this movie takes us to the many sites of that creation, as well as showing us their attempts to contain that life in cages. One of those settings is a bird-cage, where pteranodons retrieve their prey for their young. The compound where our group finds temporary refuge recalls that of "Jurassic Park," where the story all began. Combined with the action is a heavy load of comic relief, lying within some very witty dialogue and situational humor, lightening the impact of scenes that would otherwise be too intense for younger audiences. Even so, this humor is a delight for all ages. At one point, Grant gives the group an ultimatum, to either search for their missing son or follow him, to which the pilot soon after replies, "We'll search for your son, in the direction he's going." Another situation finds them looking for a cell phone in a large pile of dino droppings, possibly one of the funniest scenes in a movie yet. The cast seems to be having fun with the film. Sam Neill is as good as new in his reprisal of the role of Alan Grant, the same wit and intelligence pouring from him with ease. William H. Macy makes for a lot of good laughs as the cumbersome Paul, And Tea Leoni plays a well-mannered damsel in distress as his wife. Grant's protégé, Billy, is played by Allesandro Nivola, and after this film, we can expect to be seeing more of him in the future. The summer season is a time when movie studios bombard audiences with films full of action and humor, with little care for plot or substance. Surprisingly enough, "Jurassic Park III" surpasses any negative expectations you may have (believe me, I had my own). Director Joe Johnston may be no Speilberg, but his latest film beats out some very stiff competition, from "The Mummy Returns" to "Pearl Harbor," to become the best summer movie of the year!"