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Life Finds A Way: Celebrating the Jurassic Park Franchise #5: Owen Grady

For many fans one of the flaws in the third Jurassic Park film came in the form of most of its supporting human characters. In The Lost World, John Hammond at least bothered to assemble an actual team of experts … Continue reading

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Life Finds A Way: Celebrating the Jurassic Park Franchise #4: John Hammond

My latest blog post on Jurassic Park. This one is on John Hammond. I spared no expense. Continue reading

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Life Finds A Way: Celebrating the Jurassic Park Franchise #3: Dr. Ian Malcolm

One key character for any science fiction or horror cautionary tale is the voice of reason. The character who is not only an expert in his field, but is quick to point out to the others just how wrong they … Continue reading

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Life Finds A Way: Celebrating the Jurassic Park Franchise #2: Dr. Ellie Sattler

The monster movie has been a fixture of cinema since the Golden Age of film in the 1930’s. From King Kong scaling the top of the Empire State Building, to the monster of Frankenstein being chased by angry villagers, to … Continue reading

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Life Finds A Way: Celebrating the Jurassic Park Franchise #1: Dr. Alan Grant.

When we first meet Dr. Alan Grant in the film Jurassic Park, we have learned form a conversation between InGen’s Lawyer Donald Generro and another paleontologist working in an Amber mine that the company really wants him to come down … Continue reading

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Coming Soon To This Blog…

How does one possibly follow up a blog series looking at Steven Spielberg’s beloved classic E.T.? Why, with a trip to an island, of course. But not just any island. It’s sort of a biological preserve, filled with creatures that … Continue reading

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