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Jurassic Park III, reviewed by Jason Gallaher


After seeing this movie, I was very disappointed -- by its reviews! Practically every review for Jurassic Park III that I've seen has been negative. But everything that has been said about it is wrong.


It's been said that we've already seen this movie in both Jurassic Park and The Lost World. That's totally wrong. In the first movie of the trilogy, it was about a new park being opened and a couple of paleontologists were going to check it out. The second was about seeing how the animals coped by themselves. And now, the third movie is about a boy lost on the bloodthirsty dinosaur-inhabited island of Isla Sorna, and how his parents set out to find and save him. Hello?! Those are all three different plots.


The acting is great, too. And yes, I do agree that every scary moment is predictable, but that just builds up the adrenaline to follow what will happen. This is a great, action-packed film, with adventure at every corner. I was disappointed that this movie was a bit shorter than the other two, but Jurassic Park III is nonetheless a great movie. Thumbs up all the way!

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