I don't go to theaters very much anymore, unless it's an exceptional movie. The crowds are nasty and the germs and bacteria they carry are worse. Will it be on another alternative like https://play.google.com/store/movies
I was in my late teens when the first one came out in 93 The movie theater was so packed I had to sit on the floor! Never forget the scenes with the t-rex so awesome!! I had to take a cab home which was expensive I had missed the last bus.
[quote][cite]2bnaked said[/cite]I don't go to theaters very much anymore, unless it's an exceptional movie. The crowds are nasty and the germs and bacteria they carry are worse. Will it be on another alternative like https://play.google.com/store/movies[/quote
Poor 2bnaked..thats part of the fun of the seeing this movie..when the dinasaur yells the people talking finally shut the f... up and hopefully get eaten!..you have to leave your cocoon for this movie
Nothing can compete with the original, but my b/f bought tickets for tomorrow. Not sure if it's at a reasonable hour, or at midnight, but we'll be there. IMAX even.
The original score was timeless and is being partially used in Jurassic World. The graphics--though impressive then--are leaps and bounds better. And because the studio knows they'll get their money back, they hired excellent writers.
I think, for what it's trying to be, it'll be fantastic. I wouldn't except avant garde art or academy award nominations. Just go for a fun summer dinosaur flick.
I hope they have the brontosauruses featured, they're my favorite. Nice, gently herbivores who live in herds. That's how I'd want to live if I were a dinosaur.
"Jurassic World," the fourth film in the series, became the highest global opener of all time with a staggering $511.8 million in its first days in theaters. It also devoured a number of domestic box office records with a $204.6 million take, the Rentrak media-measurement company estimated on Sunday.
In addition to setting a record for 2015, "Jurassic World" is now the second-highest domestic opening of all time, right behind "Marvel's The Avengers" which took in $207.4 million in 2012. By the time Monday actual roll in, there is a chance the film could dethrone "Avengers."