|Not from the movie|
So if you haven't seen Jurassic Park? Now's the time. If you've seen it already, time to watch it again.
Jurassic park were groundbreaking cenematic and special effect flims that were created by Steven Spielberg. This sort of stuff was ment to be on Blu-ray watched in high definition with HD audio and surround sound theaters.
Studio: Universal/Amblin Entertainment
Release Years: 1993, 1997, 2001
Length: 2 hrs 7 mins (Jurassic Park), 2 hrs 9 mins (The Lost World: Jurassic Park), 1 hr 33 mins (Jurassic Park III)
Genre: Science Fiction/Horror/Adventure/Dinosaur Dining Etiquette
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
BD Resolution and Codec: 1080p, VC-1 (@ an average 30mbps)
Audio: English DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (@ an average 5.7 mbps, up to 7.3 mbps), French DTS 5.1, Spanish DTS 5.1
Subtitles: English SDH, Spanish, French
Before anything else, I’ll first clarify some information about the picture and sound of this Blu-ray release. So I’m going to state for the record that, per Universal Studios Home Entertainment, new high definition transfers and sound mixes were done in 2011, and that Steven Spielberg and Amblin Entertainment were involved at every step of the process, as one would reasonably expect.
Jurassic Park Ultimate Trilogy is an easy Blu-ray set to recommend, on the strength of the new high definition picture transfers and sound mixes, on the generous collection of extras, and on the quality of the first film. Yes, the second two films aren’t up to the same level of quality, but I have to admit that each has some interesting visuals and solid technical work. I’m not as much a fan of the third film, but I acknowledge there are many people for whom it’s actually more fun and interesting than the second one. Beyond my opinions of the films themselves, the work done here for the Blu-ray set has been superlative. This is an attractive and handsome package, and I have no reservations about recommending it for purchase, particularly at this price point for three movies and a multitude of special features. Fans of Steven Spielberg and this franchise will likely not have waited. More casual viewers are in for a great time.
|Also, not from the movie|