Jurassic Park is, to me, a perfect film, one of a very small handful of films which can not be improved in any way. I’ve already talked at some length about my opinion of the film, so I’ll let that stand on its own and instead discuss the new 3D version here. We’re currently living the era of 3D re-releases, when 3D screens are commonplace, 3D is the chosen viewing experience of the worldwide masses, and conversion technology has become not only cost effective but immensely profitable. In fact, last weekend’s top release, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, was delayed almost a year so it could undergo conversion to 3D, a move that proved successful with $232 million in box office receipts so far.
Jurassic Park 3D is without a doubt the best 3D conversion I have seen. Continue reading