T-Rex Break Out- Jurassic Park
Probably the classic scene from the 1993 blockbuster movie, Jurassic Park, is the T-Rex (Tyrannosaurus Rx) break out. Up until then, Alan Gran (Sam Neil), Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) and the Murphy kids had been happy sitting in their viewing jeeps waiting for help in the pouring rain. This is when the real action starts.
The cups of water rippling with the shock waves formed by the T-Rex approaching from a distance is a classic. "Maybe it's the power trying to come back on", whispers Martin Ferrero as the rain lashes down outside the jeep. 1 minute later, he's panicked, ran outside and locked himself in the washroom. "When you gotta go, you gotta go", says Goldblum.
Jurassic Park The Movie
Jurassic Park was directed by Steven Spielberg and is one of his most successful films, and was based on the 1990 novel by Michael Crichton, (screenplay by Crichton and David Koepp). The Jurassic Park Video Slot is themed on the movie. The plot centers on Isla Nublar, an tropical island off Costa Rica, where billionaire John Hammond played by Richard Attenborough has brought his dream to life: a safari park of cloned dinosaurs genetically grown from dinosaur DNA found in mosquitos trapped in amber.
Jurassic Park was shot in California and Hawaii in November 1992. The movie used cutting egde computer-generated graphics to bring the dinosaurs to life. This movie really reset the standard in the mid nineties when it was released and still looks good today.
Including a multi-million marketing spend, with licensing deals with 100 companies, Jurassic Park took in over $900 million worldwide on its original run, a number that beat even Spielberg's own 1982 film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.The film bagged more than 20 awards (with thress Academy Awards).
Jurassic Park has 2 sequels, The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park III, both of which were box office successes but received mixed critical responses. A 4th movie, Jurassic World, is due for release in June, 2015.
The rest of that classic scene. "Turn the light off! Turn the light off!". The morale of the story is don´t sit on the "Dunny" when there´s a T-Rex about!