Honestly, it’s nearly a matter of life or death whether true cinephiles add this disc to their home libraries.
Fox airs more on the side of serviceable with their Blu-ray transfer of John Sturges’s wise vision of cooperative wartime defiance, but heaps on a generous portion of extras.
Both the novel and the film pay lip service to chaos theory, but neither of them had the artistic sac to let that spiraling, recursive, jagged structure of the fractal dictate the flow of the plot or the division within it between good and bad.
Now a 20-year-old antique slapped with a superfluous 3D transfer, Jurassic Park still has the power to amaze.
Basil Dearden dismembered crippling social stigmas by highlighting their torment, humanity, and resolve for change.
A deluxe anniversary reissue is the best way to revisit an Oscar-winning '80s dinosaur.