Jurassic Park III

Jurassic Park III

In need of funds for research, Dr. Alan Grant accepts a large sum of money to accompany Paul and Amanda Kirby on an aerial tour of the infamous Isla Sorna. It isn't long before all hell breaks loose and the stranded wayfarers must fight for survival as a host of new -- and even more deadly -- dinosaurs try to make snacks of them.

Eric Kirby, a 14-year-old boy becomes missing on an island after a paragliding trip with his friends. His parents, Paul and Amanda Kirby try to convince Dr. Alan Grant to help finding his son by offering him a lot of money for his research. Together they fly to the island Isla Sorna without aware of the fact that the island used to be the second InGen dinosaur lab. Dr. Grant has to face a new fight against the Velociraptors dinosaur that has developed into a smarter, faster and more terrifying kind of creature. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kitty C (au) wrote: Cute, funny, and had some great messages about God.

Allyson K (ag) wrote: Pretty bad acting, but a good story.

Mathieu F (au) wrote: When a documentary is able to show the beauty, the art behind a sport, it's already worth seeing it. But when through the sport we have a glimpse of the state of the American society, its culture, its way of life, its values, its dysfunctions, then, a "mere" documentary becomes an artistic master-work, on par with the greatest films of fiction. Really gripping and moving.

Tony F (it) wrote: I remember a friend recommending this to me, but he renamed it 'I (Heart) Girl Talk', I can see why. The film brings up interesting points about copyright laws of music and ownership, but i'm left confused and not sure what point this film is trying to make. Slowly it drifts away and starts talking about disney 'remixing' stories, and people being fined thousands of dollars for illegaly downoading songs? It is interesting and had good intentions, but could have been explained and executed better. And maybe less footage of Girl talk. Yes, he is awesome, but c'mon!

Alan C (mx) wrote: This movie was freaking the shyt! It was full of action and you getting hear Mariah swear! lol.. But yea kick ass movie!

Kevin R (it) wrote: This film is a 'Scala' classic....its beautifully shot in B/W. A weird story about a man searching for his lost love which ends him up at her last employers where he is used as a sex toy by its 2 sick, deviant female owners. Its darky humourous which makes the shocks less repulsive as you find yourself chuckling. Its still a warped beautifully filmed movie.

Adrian Z (de) wrote: 3.5/5 - Harrowing (animated) depiction of the final days of an old couple who survive an atomic bomb attack in the British countryside. Although it does not rise above cold war propaganda, the film does well to contrast old wartime values and expectations with modern realities, particularly thanks to the authentic dialogue brought to life by Ashcroft and Mill's superb vocal perfromances.

Juha R (gb) wrote: The final scene in Tati's last film is, arguably, one of the most poignant and moving in all cinema history. Kind of lame to say, but that's how the cookie crumbles...

Med W (au) wrote: This film is totally totally brilliant

Shaun B (us) wrote: Half-Man, Half-Monster! The Manster (aka, The Split) [1959] NR- They made a lot of Japanese sci-fi monster films with Americans in them back in the daze after the bombs. It has made for some unusual and classic choices while also bringing down shame upon both lands whenever a dud flaked out from sky-high. Here is somewhere in the middle...it's quite a bit of a dud especially during the first half hour or so (the opening sequence is nice and keeps things tense for a short time but it quickly falls off track) and the low-budget technical merits of the film along with some really bad editing tends to drag it down ever so slightly more into complete duddiness. But then comes the surprise twist. SPOLIER ALERT: I won't come directly out and say it, but any fan of Army of Darkness will instantly realize where Sam Raimi pays homage to this particular movie (hint: Good Ash vs. Bad Ash especially as Bad Ash is born). END SPOILER.It's not great, but it is fun and the cheap fx after the big twist are enough to bring good campy humor into the mix. It's not so-bad-that-it's-good (it is a bad movie overall) but it is interesting and worth at least one watch especially for fans of Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness and 1950s-60s sci-fi. (B&W)

Robert C (es) wrote: Ian McKellen is awesome as usual.

Timothy H (es) wrote: The comic that got me into Batman made into a flawless cartoon. I've always had a fond feeling toward this story and seeing it animated is lovely and fun.

Dinesh S (br) wrote: One of the better dark comedies I have seen

Ben S (au) wrote: this movie was a HUUUGE mistake. I can't believe I actually got through it.

Scott B (us) wrote: There was no better decade for American cinema than the 1970s.