Wednesday, 7 September 2011

The Lost World: Jurassic Park Review (Updated)

The Lost World: Jurassic Park

Release Date: 26th May 1997 - Australia

Production Companies
Universal Pictures (presents)
Amblin Entertainment

Universal Pictures Australia

Genre: Adventure

Rating: PG

Runtime: 129 minutes

Budget: $73,000,000

Box Office Gross: $618,638,999

Plot Summary
After a small is attack
by a small group of
compsognathas, Ian
Malcolm discovers that
there is a second island full
of a variety of dinosaurs. Dr.
John Hammond decides to
send four adventure to
monitor the dinosaur's
lifestyle before INGEN
move forward in controlling
the island. Ian Malcolm
doesn't like the idea and
wants to contact the other
three members, but before
he can contact them, he
finds out that his girlfriend,
Sarah Harding is already on
the island. Now, what was
supposed to be a natural
viewing of the incredible
creatures in their habitats,
has turned into a rescue
mission with every-ones life
at danger.

Jeff Goldblum - Dr. Ian Malcolm
Julianne Moore - Dr. Sarah Harding
Pete Postlethwaite - Roland Tembo
Arliss Howard - Peter Ludlow
Richard Attenborough - John
Vince Vaughn - Nick Van Owen
Vanessa Lee Chester - Kelly
Curtis Malcolm
Peter Stormare - Dieter Stark
Richard Schiff - Eddie Carr
Thomas F. Duffy - Dr. Robert Burke
Thomas Rosales Jr. - Carter
Ariana Richards - Lex Murphy
Joseph Mazzello - Tim Murphy
Frank Welker - Vocal Dinosaur

Director - Steven Spielberg
Based on Novel "The Lost World" - Michael Crichton
Screenplay - David Koepp
Executive Producer - Kathleen Kennedy
Producers - Gerald R. Molen & Colin Wilson
Production Designer - Rick Carter
Consultant: Museum of the Rockies - Jack Horner
Creature Effects Supervisor - John Rosengrant
Live-Action Dinosaurs - Stan Winston
Director of Photography - Janusz Kaminski
Special Dinosaur Effects - Michael Lantieri
Full-Motion Dinosaurs - Dennis Muren
Dinosaur Motion Supervisor - Randy Dutra
Visual Effects Producer - Ned Gorman
Computer Graphic Designer - Alex Mann
Film Editor - Michael Kahn
Music - John Williams


1998 Academy Awards
Best Visual Effects - Dennis Muren, 
Michael Lantieri, Randy Dutra & 
Stan Winston (Nominated)

Not undeterred but only underrated, THE LOST WORLD: JURASSIC PARK was an incredible film, though not much better than the first instalment (click here). This is due to the fact that it has better CGI technology used and more dinosaurs. With more action, the story-line was able to further develop from the first movie, setting of the second in the first half is in the jungle terrain and the second half is in an urban city environment. The coolest parts of the movie relate to the T-Rex who stumbles upon a neighbourhood and guess what he's doing! 

THE LOST WORLD is a worthy sequel which over meets the standards of the original hit.

Star rating: (5/5) Best Movie Ever

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