A Thorough & Comprehensive Review of “Jurassic Park 3D”

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It is Jurassic Park, but in 3D.

Samuel “Hold Onto Your Butts” Jackson’s arm comes straight at your face. (As do the velociraptors.)

Here’s a CliffsNotes version of the film performed in Legos:

 

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