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  • Jurassic Park Michael Crichton

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    Jurassic Park, by Michael Crichton is an incredible book, which describes genetic engineering and the creation of an extinct species. Michael Crichton uses marvelous detail throughout the book. As great as the book is, it is not that appropriate for children who are 15 and under because of the gore, description, violence, and obscenities through out the story. Jurassic Park is a great book. Michael Crichton uses such descriptive detail, that you could picture everything that is going on like you...
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  • Steven Spielberg Universal Studios

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    In today's society, there are many people that have made many contributions to the world. The person I feel who has a major impact on today's society is Steven Spielberg. I chose him because he is a famous Jewish American film director and because I am related to him. I am a Jewish, white male who was born and raised in America. My family's heritage originates from all over Europe. They moved to America during the early 1900 's. My great-grandparents were the first to come to America. They start...
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  • Jurassic Park By Michael Crichton

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    Jurassic Park, a novel by Michael Crichton is an intellectual mind thriller. This science fiction ride is full of tension and intellect. The story is about a man filled with greed and his experimental use of genetics to create extinct life forms namely, dinosaurs. The profound themes and exhilarating plot line give society a new outlook on life and technology. The plot of Jurassic Park is both complex and provocative. Early in the novel we are told about several "reptile" attacks in the country ...
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  • Michael Crichton Jurassic Park

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    Jurassic Park, by Michael Crichton is a thrilling, science fiction novel. It tells the story about the cloning of dinosaurs, which are to be controlled in a theme park, however one mans greed, drove the park into devastation and destruction. I consider the plot to be complex. The novel is based upon a theme park featuring dinosaurs, which are created from prehistoric DNA. The novel begins with bizarre attacks from bird like creatures. John Hammond a wealthy, elderly man establishes this park. Ho...
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  • Genetically Engineered Chaos Theory

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    Park 'Nature won't be stopped... or blamed for what happens' (Ian Malcolm, Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton). Jurassic Park mystifies its critique even as it makes it; or rather, to be more precise, it offers us contradictory messages about whom to blame for what goes wrong. Science finally takes the blame. Near the end of the book, while the humans are fighting off the velociraptors, Malcolm (the mathematician) delivers a long and didactic speech about how science is to blame for messing up th...
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  • Jurassic Park Special Effects

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  • Saving Private Ryan Steven Spielberg

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    It is hard to imagine a person who has not heard of Steven Spielberg. He is one of the most renown, if not the most renown, American filmmakers of the century. His films have captivated and helped develop imaginations of contemporary society and remain among the most successful films ever made. Spielberg was born in Cincinnati on December 18 th, 1946. His father was an electrical engineer, and his mother a concert pianist. Steven seemed to get the best elements from both of them. Spielberg had a...
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  • Jurassic Park Amusement Park

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    Dino Land The Scariest Place on Earth Thump... thump thump... The glass of water in the Jeep ripples with vibration. The sound is heard againthumpthumpthump... All of the sudden, a gigantic roar is heard, followed by the final thump of the huge dinosaur foot. Does this scene sound familiar? It should if you have seen the 1993 blockbuster hit movie, Jurassic Park. While almost everyone has seen the dinosaur adventure story on the big screen, it was not originally a screenplay. Jurassic Park began...
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  • Times Book Review Andromeda Strain

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    For almost three decades, Michael Crichton has written novels that appeal to his reader = s imagination and take a firm hold of their pocketbooks. Crichton = s writing stands out as much as his 6 = 9 @ frame. He has become one of the most widely read and bought science fiction authors of the past three decades. From his first novel The Andromeda Strain, which he published while in medical school, to his most recent Airframe, Crichton has captivated his readers and left them craving more. What ma...
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  • Ian Malcolm Jurassic Park

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    The premise of the novel is discovering the ability to recover and clone fossilized dinosaur DNA from the abdomen of fossilized gnats and mosquitoes preserved in amber (fossilized tree sap). There is a high degree of biotechnological applications as these procedure are explained. The novel has basically three underlying themes: 1. The latest theories on the behavior of dinosaurs and their biological relationship to modern day bird The theory of chaos and the problems with mans attempt to control...
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  • Ian Malcolm Costa Rica

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    Summary: Jurassic Park Jurassic Park is divided into seven sections, each with a quote from Ian Malcolm. He was a mathematician who specialized in the field called chaos theory, which based itself mainly on nonlinear equations. The first section follows the paths of several scenes, where in each one, there is evidence pointing to the appearance of dinosaurs. One of these scenes included in the very beginning, where a man was flown in to a doctor with mortal wounds surrounding his body. One of hi...
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  • Group Of Scientists Movie And The Book

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    Jurassic Park Richard Graczyk JURASSIC PARK Crichton, Michael Publisher: Ballantine Books City Where Published: New York Date of latest copy: 1990 Edition: First Ballantine Books Edition: December 1991. 399 Pages, Hardcover I. A Brief Summary of the Plot. A billionaire has created a technique to clone dinosaurs. From the left behind DNA that his crack team of scientists and experts extract he is able to grow the dinosaurs in labs and lock them up on an island behind electrified fences. He has cr...
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  • Costa Rican Ian Malcolm

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    Jurassic Park The novel, Jurassic Park, by Michael Crichton had many rich, and interesting characters. Crichton seemed to be able to make them come alive and jump out of the pages into three-dimensional people. One such character was John Hammond. This man had dreams of greatness. He had extravagant plans and the money to back those plans up. He had always been a child at heart and he was in love with dinosaurs. His company, The Hammond Foundation financed many different digs for paleontologists...
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  • Type Of Person Chaos Theory

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    Jurassic Park: the Lost World Characters There are many characters in this book. Only one of these characters is from the origional. He is Ian Malcom. There are many people, though who take the place of the previous books characters. There are Kelly and Arby instead of Timmy and his sister for example. There are many main and minor characters in this novel which are all very important to the story line. Ian Malcom is one of the main characters in the novel. The book starts with him giving a lect...
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  • Movie And The Book Jurassic Park

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    Jurassic Park: Comparision Between Book and Movie Michael Crichton, a master of suspense, has created a novel for your imagination. This book involves prehistoric animals and plants from the Jurassic era. Steven Spielberg took on this book, as a movie project to add to his collection of visually mastered Science-Fiction motion pictures. Both the movie and the book have captured the imagination of people around the world. In this paper, it will show the similarities and differences for the first ...
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    Jurassic Park: Comparison Between Book and Movie The story Jurassic Park, by Michael Crichton takes place on a small island near Costa Rica, its about a park full of dinosaurs created by Dr. Hammond. The dinosaurs are locked in large cages with electric fences. But as the mathematician Ian Malcolm predicted, nature cannot be controlled. They find this out when the security system goes out. They soon lost the electric fence and the dinosaurs started to escape. They try to restore the power and ar...
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  • Jurassic Park Chaos Theory

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    Jurassic Park is a book about the cloning of dinosaurs and they are used as the park entertainment on an island. In this park where dinosaurs are the attraction, not every thing will go as planed. Reading this book will teach someone how Michael Crichton feels about biological science and the cloning of extinct animals. There are things that caused the park to be unsuccessful. Dr. Malcom and Dennis Nedry where two of the parks problems, and the other was the nature of the animals. Dr. Malcom use...
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  • Pop Culture High Culture

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  • Times Book Review Andromeda Strain

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    For almost three decades, Michael Crichton has written novels that appeal to his reader = s imagination and take a firm hold of their pocketbooks. Crichton = s writing stands out as much as his 6 = 9 @ frame. He has become one of the most widely read and bought science fiction authors of the past three decades. From his first novel The Andromeda Strain, which he published while in medical school, to his most recent Airframe, Crichton has captivated his readers and left them craving more. What ma...
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  • Saving Private Ryan World War Ii

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    Rob Martinelle American Literature C Block Research Paper: Final Draft 18 May, 1999 Steven Spielberg: Revolutionary and Visionary Who would have thought that a brilliant career in filmmaking could have originated with a modest jar of Skippy Peanut Butter smeared on a neighbor? s window in a tiny Cincinnati suburb? One might not think that such an average boyhood prank could evolve a boy into a man who would become the most financially successful film director in history. Well, that is exactly wh...
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SPRING, 1993. Steven Spielberg has hired a hotel in Krakow, Poland so that he can keep his family around him throughout the emotionally draining Schindler's List shoot. Every day the director returns exhausted, troubled, empty. And yet, for two hours, three nights a week, Spielberg retires to his private room, where a satellite dish is receiving a scrambled signal from ILM in San Francisco.

It is here, within spitting distance of the concentration camp, that Spielberg completes post-production on a colourful adventure he wrapped less than four months ago among the very different flora and fauna of Kahuii, Hawaii. It is here that Steven Spielberg finishes Jurassic Park. No wonder 1993 has been called Spielberg's miracle year.

Obsessed with dinosaurs since childhood, Spielberg had been nursing Jurassic Park for some time (Spielberg found himself embroiled in a bidding war for Michael Crichton's novel despite the fact he had privately been promised the film rights before publication). However, in 1992, Spielberg had been intending to make Schindler's Ark his next project but having convinced MCA president Sid Sheinberg to gamble on a three hour, black and white holocaust movie, Spielberg was happy to abide by Sheinberg's solitary condition: he had to make Jurassic Park first.

To catch the end of the Polish winter, Spielberg was then forced to rush through the shooting schedule for Jurassic Park. Coming off the back of Hook — a movie that ran 40 days over its 76 day schedule — this may not have been a bad thing. Certainly Spielberg admitted to, "walking away from a lot of takes", but despite tropical storm Iniki's cameo, the movie came in on budget and ahead of schedule. And if some of the human performances bear the imprint of a hurried hand — the film is riddled with mumbled line readings — Spielberg's apparently greater sympathy with the dinosaurs inspired technical achievement on a scale that represented an entire visual revolution. In their early script meetings author Crichton was unsurprisingly anxious to know how Spielberg was planning to tackle the technical challenge of the dinosaurs. Spielberg however, wanted to talk about dinosaur character. Taking Alan Grant's line that dinosaurs' closest living relatives were birds, Spielberg based a lot of velociraptor movement on his study of the chicken and geese who occupied the back yard of his beach house. He also brought to bear lessons learned on his previous creature feature: not Jaws, but E.T.. Behavioural movement, breathing, pupil dilation: Spielberg wanted to capture the detail which suggests a living, thinking organism rather than a mere monster.

Eventually, all of this detail would end up on screen: the T-Rex eyes blinking in the flashlight, the velociraptor breath snorting against the kitchen door port-hole, the odd, nodding head movement of the poisonous dilophosaurus. However, during those early meetings whenever Crichton asked Spielberg how he was going to achieve this detail, the director simply shrugged.

"Prove it." Those were the two words Spielberg said to ILM's Dennis Muren, when Muren suggested that CGI could capture,

"full motion" dinosaurs in daylight. The story then goes that the first time stop-motion expert Phil Tippet was shown the test footage he mumbled, "I am extinct." (A line Spielberg eventually gave to Ian Malcolm in the movie.) The first shot of the grazing bracheosaur; the sweeping herd of gallimimuses; the reappearance of the heroic T-Rex for a climax that Spielberg reworked after ILM's success; these are shots that would not, could not have appeared without CGI. Spielberg would have thought of something sure enough, but the full-scale, straight ahead wonder that wowed the world would have been severely truncated.

And the world was wowed.

Reunited with Universal — the studio behind Jaws and E.T. — who were themselves coming off a poor run, John Hammond's struggle to build Jurassic Park had some pertinent echoes. "In a way," Spielberg said at the time, "Jurassic Park tells the story of any studio head having a bad year who needs a hit." Sheinberg need not have worried. Somewhere north of $120 million would have been respectable, but in a summer where JP's main competition was Arnie's mega-flop The Last Action Hero the movie took less than four months to beat the previous all-time record of $701 million setbyE.T.Soon enough the critics were not reviewing the film but the box office. No wonder Spielberg was heard to moan: "Part of me is afraid I will be remembered for the money my films have made, rather than the films themselves."

Of course, on the one hand, Spielberg could not complain. Jurassic Park was always a purpose built thrill ride, "a roller coaster" to quote the director. Lacking the heart to rank with his greatest achievements Jurassic Park instead represents the apotheosis of his crowd-pleasing craft. "I just opened the tool box," Spielberg said, "and took every tool I've ever used in my entire career."

Besides, Spielberg need not have worried. He was about to reveal Schindler's List

One giant leap for cinematic effects. An awesome film.

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