Jurassic Park-Then and Now #JP3D

    This past weekend, my sons and I had the pleasure of attending the screening of Jurassic Park 3D at the IMAX Theatre in Manhattan.  Most of us are familiar with this classic film about an island theme park full of living dinosaurs.  When the movie debuted originally in 1993, it was a big hit among audiences due to the fact that everyone was captivated by its special effects and the prospect of cloning dinosaurs from DNA retrieved from archeological digs.     For those of you who aren't familiar with the film, it centers around the ideas of a wealthy gentleman, named John Hammond, who has the vision to use modern science to clone dinosaur DNA.  In order to get the seal of approval to open his theme park, he invites some scientists along with his two grandchildren to visit the island where he plans to host his park.     Unfortunately, everything doesn't go according to plan and one of his employees ends up stealing some dinosaur embryos for financial gain and shuts down the … [Read more...]