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(Variety)   Spielberg to revive Jurassic Park on June 13, 2014. Life finds a way   (variety.com) divider line 80
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2013-01-11 07:13:40 PM
The "Jurassic Park" trilogy has grossed more than $1.9 dollars worldwide with "Jurassic Park 3" grossing $363 million worldwide. Universal is already planning to re-release "Jurassic Park" in 3D on April 5, 2013.

Wow....1.9 dollars...I thought it did better than that!
 
2013-01-11 08:56:00 PM
$1.9????? That's a lot of dollars!!!
 
2013-01-11 09:38:42 PM
God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man destroys God. Man creates dinosaurs.
 
2013-01-11 09:48:36 PM
$1.9 potatoes worldwide
 
2013-01-11 10:01:54 PM
Good. Those 1990's CGI effects look positively prehistoric.
 
2013-01-11 10:09:16 PM

Dinobot: God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man destroys God. Man creates dinosaurs.

Japanese create Dinobot?
 
2013-01-11 10:12:01 PM

Dinobot: God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man destroys God. Man creates dinosaurs.


Man dies in a tragic blimp accident.
 
2013-01-11 10:14:34 PM
What more needs to be said in this storyline? Leaving aside them jumbling up the events from book to movie. Leaving aside the ridiculous "I'm an acrobat, watch me kick raptor ass". Are they just gonna beat this dead horse for more dollars? I'm not sure why I'm asking.
 
2013-01-11 10:18:32 PM
Did you guys see that article mentioned $1.9 as the movie gross? Wow, I had no idea that the first two movies $362,999,998.1 over budgeted. What a shame
 
2013-01-11 10:23:17 PM
FTFA: but Spielberg sparked interest at the 2011 Comic Con while tupthumping "The Adventures of Tintin"
The writers for Variety need a punch in the nuts.
 
2013-01-11 10:29:11 PM
i21.photobucket.com
 
2013-01-11 10:34:15 PM

GoodyearPimp: What more needs to be said in this storyline? Leaving aside them jumbling up the events from book to movie. Leaving aside the ridiculous "I'm an acrobat, watch me kick raptor ass". Are they just gonna beat this dead horse for more dollars? I'm not sure why I'm asking.


Maybe in this film, guns will actually *WORK*, and people will be able to use them competently.

Or perhaps someone will take their pocket knife and fashion a long, pointy stick to keep them somewhat at bay.
 
2013-01-11 10:34:26 PM
I want the gun-toting, crime fighting dinosaurs from the earlier script...
 
2013-01-11 10:34:31 PM
When no one was looking, Variety wrote of a profit of 1.9 dollars. A profit of 1.9 dollars
That is less then a tenth of the true profit. And that is just stupid.
 
2013-01-11 10:38:45 PM

Circusdog320: The "Jurassic Park" trilogy has grossed more than $1.9 dollars worldwide with "Jurassic Park 3" grossing $363 million worldwide. Universal is already planning to re-release "Jurassic Park" in 3D on April 5, 2013.

Wow....1.9 dollars...I thought it did better than that!


Talk about a gross understatement.
 
2013-01-11 10:40:23 PM

Already Disturbed: I want the gun-toting, crime fighting dinosaurs from the earlier script...


yeah but, you get the trouble of Whoopi Goldberg being a sidekick

cdn.fd.uproxx.com
 
2013-01-11 10:42:25 PM
The raptors stow away on a ship to the mainland where they lay low and take on the name Mr. Pilkington.
 
2013-01-11 10:46:51 PM
/CSB on

I was the Security Manager for Jurassic Park 1 & 2.

/CSB off
 
2013-01-11 10:48:20 PM
Another movie about people fighting giant cgi monsters. Oh well that's certainly not played out.

Oh, and don't forget the whinym annoying as fark kids.

kimwim: $1.9????? That's a lot of dollars!!!


Goddamn studio accounting!
 
2013-01-11 10:52:34 PM
the vials of dino dna that Nedry put in the shaving cream can are unearthed by a future race who mistaken it as a key to their own mysteries and unknowingly unleash the savage beasts on a world that still can't just napalm the whole damn place to the ground

the end
 
2013-01-11 11:03:46 PM

misanthropicsob: Circusdog320: The "Jurassic Park" trilogy has grossed more than $1.9 dollars worldwide with "Jurassic Park 3" grossing $363 million worldwide. Universal is already planning to re-release "Jurassic Park" in 3D on April 5, 2013.

Wow....1.9 dollars...I thought it did better than that!

Talk about a gross understatement.


Nice.
 
2013-01-11 11:06:46 PM

Confabulat: FTFA: but Spielberg sparked interest at the 2011 Comic Con while tupthumping "The Adventures of Tintin"
The writers for Variety need a punch in the nuts.


They'll just get up again.
 
2013-01-11 11:32:30 PM
Huge Jurassic Park fan here...

With that out of the way, I have to say, why? What's the point? No need for this.
 
2013-01-11 11:40:31 PM

invictus2: When no one was looking, Variety wrote of a profit of 1.9 dollars. A profit of 1.9 dollars
That is less then a tenth of the true profit. And that is just stupid.


Nice
 
2013-01-11 11:42:35 PM
Maybe they'll explain how the T-Rex was able to eat the bridge crew of the freighter without escaping from the cargo hold first.
 
2013-01-11 11:47:24 PM
Just mix it in with  Robopocalypse. T-Rex vs Giant Robot. Maybe add in a large turtle. Sounds original.
 
2013-01-11 11:48:44 PM

The Man Who Laughs: Maybe they'll explain how the T-Rex was able to eat the bridge crew of the freighter without escaping from the cargo hold first.


i don't know how i know this, but i believe it was supposedly a pack of raptors that stowed away on the ship, and then upon making it to mainland, were going to take over in the sequel.... But they never shot the sequence.
 
2013-01-11 11:55:13 PM

T.rex: The Man Who Laughs: Maybe they'll explain how the T-Rex was able to eat the bridge crew of the freighter without escaping from the cargo hold first.

i don't know how i know this, but i believe it was supposedly a pack of raptors that stowed away on the ship, and then upon making it to mainland, were going to take over in the sequel.... But they never shot the sequence.


Well, I suppose if I'm going to believe anybody about this, it would be you.
 
2013-01-11 11:55:36 PM

drake113: Good. Those 1990's CGI effects look positively prehistoric.


Eh, saw the trailer for Jurrasic Park: 3D in IMAX. I have to say that it holds up very well considering it was done 20 years ago. Will be going to see this for the hell of it.
 
2013-01-11 11:57:59 PM
The "Jurassic Park" trilogy has grossed more than $1.9 dollars worldwide

Let it go, Spielberg, just write it off.
 
2013-01-12 12:01:40 AM

drake113: Good. Those 1990's CGI effects look positively prehistoric.


I disagree...partially. Some of the effects are incredible and compare well with anything done today. Other stuff. The stampede and the first dinos seen when they arrive at the island not so much. IIRC all of the software was custom written for JP. Many movies that came after used the equivalent of OTS software and the effects were not nearly as good.
 
2013-01-12 12:08:28 AM
Spielberg needs the money. He has more kids than octomom and Angelina Jolie combined.
 
2013-01-12 12:12:28 AM
I read the the book, didn't the geezer buy a plot the first time?
 
2013-01-12 12:22:40 AM

Saber: Dinobot: God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man destroys God. Man creates dinosaurs.

Man dies in a tragic blimp accident.


Goodyear?
 
2013-01-12 12:23:15 AM
I saw JP 2.

Defnitely passing on this one, unless it gets the best reviews in the world
 
2013-01-12 12:25:58 AM

Solid Muldoon: Saber: Dinobot: God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man destroys God. Man creates dinosaurs.

Man dies in a tragic blimp accident.

Goodyear?


The worst
 
2013-01-12 12:27:40 AM

ThatBillmanGuy: Huge Jurassic Park fan here...

With that out of the way, I have to say, why? What's the point? No need for this.


Well, as an equally huge Jurassic Park fan, if they've got some new actors, a solid story, enough SFX to make us entertained but not nauseated, just grab John Williams and throw him in the recording studio for a couple weeks, and we've got a solid motion picture, baby!

If you think otherwise, just feel free to use this:

farm9.staticflickr.com
 
2013-01-12 12:37:00 AM

The Man Who Laughs: T.rex: The Man Who Laughs: Maybe they'll explain how the T-Rex was able to eat the bridge crew of the freighter without escaping from the cargo hold first.

i don't know how i know this, but i believe it was supposedly a pack of raptors that stowed away on the ship, and then upon making it to mainland, were going to take over in the sequel.... But they never shot the sequence.

Well, I suppose if I'm going to believe anybody about this, it would be you.


Epic win.
 
2013-01-12 12:47:09 AM

paulleah: The raptors stow away on a ship to the mainland where they lay low and take on the name Mr. Pilkington.


I would watch this.
 
2013-01-12 12:58:36 AM

drake113: Good. Those 1990's CGI effects look positively prehistoric.


Sure, but over two-thirds of the time you're looking at on-set animatronics. A few minutes of CGI are spared for the shots that could be done no other way. Fast forward to something like Revenge of the Sith and it's made from almost the opposite mindset, a CGI world with physicality only when necessary.
 
2013-01-12 01:10:18 AM
I'm convinced that for a Jurassic Park movie to be good it requires both Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neil

not sure why, but there it is.
 
2013-01-12 01:12:31 AM
Factoid: Jurassic Park was the movie where I realized that a book can actually be more terrifying than a movie.

/ still love the Jurassic Park ride at Universal Studios: Orlando. Cheesy fun.
 
2013-01-12 01:15:29 AM

ThisIsntMe: I read the the book, didn't the geezer buy a plot the first time?


Yep. In the book, Hammond is killed and presumably eaten by the compys.
 
2013-01-12 01:19:19 AM
I blame Michael Cricton for how lousy the second movie was. The first book was pretty terrific and had a great setup for a sequel, and then that idiot wrote a sequel to THE MOVIE, not his own novel. That would be like George R.R. Martin finishing up the last books of Song of Ice and Fire to fit the TV show. And not only did that suck, but it was a terrible concept as well. The theme park/dinosaur thing was cool; throwing the cast into just a standard jungle island was boring as hell.

I liked #3 ok, it didn't have any of those annoying scenes of sweeping John Williams score while we all ooo and aahh over the veggiesauruses or whatever. And it was short.
 
2013-01-12 01:32:27 AM

The Man Who Laughs: Maybe they'll explain how the T-Rex was able to eat the bridge crew of the freighter without escaping from the cargo hold first.


+2000
 
2013-01-12 01:40:30 AM
faroutshirts.com
 
2013-01-12 02:11:35 AM
I'm ok with watching good cgi Dinosaurs for a few hours. Discovery needs to do another Walking With Dinosaurs series again.
 
2013-01-12 02:25:30 AM
This could work. Terrorists cleverly build a secret training camp in the middle of the dinosaurs' island. Navy SEALS are sent in. The SEALS and terrorists are forced to band together to fight the dinosaurs. In the end, the survivors realize that we're all the same and peace is made. As the leaders of the SEALS and terrorists shake hands in the foreground, in the background we see a Triceratops and T Rex(who were about to fight) suddenly stand still, look each other in the eyes in understanding, then run off together into the sunset.
 
2013-01-12 02:29:14 AM

misanthropicsob: Circusdog320: The "Jurassic Park" trilogy has grossed more than $1.9 dollars worldwide with "Jurassic Park 3" grossing $363 million worldwide. Universal is already planning to re-release "Jurassic Park" in 3D on April 5, 2013.

Wow....1.9 dollars...I thought it did better than that!

Talk about a gross understatement.


$144 still isn't that much
 
2013-01-12 02:52:44 AM

Beerguy: /CSB on

I was the Security Manager for Jurassic Park 1 & 2.

/CSB off


Well you did a farking terrible job, clearly. I surprised they kept you on after all the people died the first time around.
 
2013-01-12 03:45:04 AM

Dinobot: God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man destroys God. Man creates dinosaurs.


Dinosaur eats man. Women take over the world.
 
2013-01-12 03:47:47 AM

Beerguy: /CSB on

I was the Security Manager for Jurassic Park 1 & 2.

/CSB off


I thought it was that Muldoon guy
 
2013-01-12 04:11:53 AM

Vash's Apprentice: Dinosaur eats man. Women take over the world Woman inherits the earth.

FTFY
//neurotic
 
2013-01-12 04:12:14 AM

Confabulat: FTFA: but Spielberg sparked interest at the 2011 Comic Con while tupthumping "The Adventures of Tintin"
The writers for Variety need a punch in the nuts.


You're not their intended audience. Complaining about this is like reading a medical journal and complaining that they use industry slang. Variety has been using their own slang since before you were born. Get over it.

/now if you want to complain about the ineptitude of the writer and editor for this article, what with the misspelling of their own slang and leaving out the "billion" after the $1.9...
 
2013-01-12 04:17:31 AM
25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-01-12 04:29:04 AM
I was hoping they were just going to redo the first one in 3d. fark. I guess that probably isn't feasible anyway.
 
2013-01-12 04:32:51 AM
Maybe I should be ashamed but I will watch the shiat out of a new Jurassic Park movie. I love those goddamned animatronic dinosaurs.
 
2013-01-12 04:38:44 AM

asimplescribe: I was hoping they were just going to redo the first one in 3d. fark. I guess that probably isn't feasible anyway.


http://www.movieinsider.com/m8432/jurassic-park/
 
2013-01-12 05:56:22 AM

Fun fact: Jurassic Park is more or less responsible for George Lucas's infatuation with CGI and all things digital:

Spielberg hired Stan Winston to create the animatronic dinosaurs, Phil Tippett to create go motion dinosaurs for long shots, Michael Lantieri to supervise the on-set effects, and Dennis Muren to do the digital compositing. Winston's department created fully detailed models of the dinosaurs before molding latex skins, which were fitted over complex robotics. Tippett created stop-motion animatics of major scenes, but, despite go motion's attempts at motion blurs, Spielberg still found the end results unsatisfactory in terms of working in a live-action feature film. Animators Mark Dippe and Steve Williams went ahead in creating a computer-generated walk cycle for the T. rex skeleton and were approved to do more. When Spielberg and Tippett saw an animatic of the T. rex chasing a herd of Gallimimus, Spielberg said, "You're out of a job," to which Tippett replied, "Don't you mean extinct?" Spielberg later wrote both the animatic and his dialogue between him and Tippett into the script, as a conversation between Malcolm and Grant. As George Lucas watched the demonstration alongside of them, his eyes began to tear up. "It was like one of those moments in history, like the invention of the light bulb or the first telephone call," he said. "A major gap had been crossed, and things were never going to be the same." (Link)
 
2013-01-12 06:04:40 AM

B.L.Z. Bub: Fun fact: Jurassic Park is more or less responsible for George Lucas's infatuation with CGI and all things digital:Spielberg hired Stan Winston to create the animatronic dinosaurs, Phil Tippett to create go motion dinosaurs for long shots, Michael Lantieri to supervise the on-set effects, and Dennis Muren to do the digital compositing. Winston's department created fully detailed models of the dinosaurs before molding latex skins, which were fitted over complex robotics. Tippett created stop-motion animatics of major scenes, but, despite go motion's attempts at motion blurs, Spielberg still found the end results unsatisfactory in terms of working in a live-action feature film. Animators Mark Dippe and Steve Williams went ahead in creating a computer-generated walk cycle for the T. rex skeleton and were approved to do more. When Spielberg and Tippett saw an animatic of the T. rex chasing a herd of Gallimimus, Spielberg said, "You're out of a job," to which Tippett replied, "Don't you mean extinct?" Spielberg later wrote both the animatic and his dialogue between him and Tippett into the script, as a conversation between Malcolm and Grant. As George Lucas watched the demonstration alongside of them, his eyes began to tear up. "It was like one of those moments in history, like the invention of the light bulb or the first telephone call," he said. "A major gap had been crossed, and things were never going to be the same." (Link)


I heard somewhere long ago that George Lucas also sat up and paid attention when Babylon 5 got an award for the TV space battle in 'Signs & Portents', when the space station had to fend off human raiders.
 
2013-01-12 06:30:09 AM

Confabulat: I blame Michael Cricton for how lousy the second movie was. The first book was pretty terrific and had a great setup for a sequel, and then that idiot wrote a sequel to THE MOVIE, not his own novel. That would be like George R.R. Martin finishing up the last books of Song of Ice and Fire to fit the TV show. And not only did that suck, but it was a terrible concept as well. The theme park/dinosaur thing was cool; throwing the cast into just a standard jungle island was boring as hell.

I liked #3 ok, it didn't have any of those annoying scenes of sweeping John Williams score while we all ooo and aahh over the veggiesauruses or whatever. And it was short.


Uh, yeah. Oooo.. Aaaah. that's how it all starts. Then later there's running. And screaming.
 
2013-01-12 06:56:22 AM
Ok but make the movie I really wanted as a kid

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/I'd buy that for $1.9 dollars
 
2013-01-12 07:20:56 AM
I hope Spielberg/Crichton will update the velociraptor to its actual chicken-like state.
upload.wikimedia.org

Their behavior would be similar to the damn bastard cassowarys.
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-01-12 07:52:39 AM
Spielberg will be next Lucas soon.
 
2013-01-12 08:56:38 AM

Alphax: I heard somewhere long ago that George Lucas also sat up and paid attention when Babylon 5 got an award for the TV space battle in 'Signs & Portents', when the space station had to fend off human raiders.


I hadn't heard that, but I sat up and paid attention when I saw 'Signs & Portents'. During a time where new space shots on TV (Star Trek TNG) number (maybe) less than 10 per episode, suddenly we have this running space dogfight and point defense guns tearing shiat up for 5 minutes, and there was no recycled shots... it was beautiful.

And I thought the flashback battle in 'And the Sky Full of Stars' was hot shiat.
 
2013-01-12 09:08:00 AM

Aboleth: Alphax: I heard somewhere long ago that George Lucas also sat up and paid attention when Babylon 5 got an award for the TV space battle in 'Signs & Portents', when the space station had to fend off human raiders.

I hadn't heard that, but I sat up and paid attention when I saw 'Signs & Portents'. During a time where new space shots on TV (Star Trek TNG) number (maybe) less than 10 per episode, suddenly we have this running space dogfight and point defense guns tearing shiat up for 5 minutes, and there was no recycled shots... it was beautiful.

And I thought the flashback battle in 'And the Sky Full of Stars' was hot shiat.


Indeed. Starfuries tearing up these fixed wing craft that weren't as maneuverable in zero-G, in multiple squadron strength.
 
2013-01-12 09:13:16 AM

B.L.Z. Bub: Fun fact: Jurassic Park is more or less responsible for George Lucas's infatuation with CGI and all things digital:Spielberg hired Stan Winston to create the animatronic dinosaurs, Phil Tippett to create go motion dinosaurs for long shots, Michael Lantieri to supervise the on-set effects, and Dennis Muren to do the digital compositing. Winston's department created fully detailed models of the dinosaurs before molding latex skins, which were fitted over complex robotics. Tippett created stop-motion animatics of major scenes, but, despite go motion's attempts at motion blurs, Spielberg still found the end results unsatisfactory in terms of working in a live-action feature film. Animators Mark Dippe and Steve Williams went ahead in creating a computer-generated walk cycle for the T. rex skeleton and were approved to do more. When Spielberg and Tippett saw an animatic of the T. rex chasing a herd of Gallimimus, Spielberg said, "You're out of a job," to which Tippett replied, "Don't you mean extinct?" Spielberg later wrote both the animatic and his dialogue between him and Tippett into the script, as a conversation between Malcolm and Grant. As George Lucas watched the demonstration alongside of them, his eyes began to tear up. "It was like one of those moments in history, like the invention of the light bulb or the first telephone call," he said. "A major gap had been crossed, and things were never going to be the same." (Link)


That right there is why JP still looks impressively good today, 20 years later, when most special effects (the development of which should ostensibly improve with time) looks like crap after only a few years. Stan Winston, Phil Tippett, and Dennis Muren. True masters of their craft. RIP Winston, you were a badass.
 
2013-01-12 10:01:10 AM

ThatBillmanGuy: Huge Jurassic Park fan here...

With that out of the way, I have to say, why? What's the point? No need for this.


The point is money.
 
2013-01-12 10:14:57 AM
If Chricton updates anything I hope he adds zombies. I'd bet he would have some informative ideas and new life to breathe into that trope.
 
2013-01-12 10:55:13 AM
$1.9 profit? Wow, I know it's a Jew trick to use creative accounting to minimise reported profits and screw various people out of their fair share but that's ridiculous.
 
2013-01-12 11:28:05 AM

Spartapuss: If Chricton updates anything I hope he adds zombies. I'd bet he would have some informative ideas and new life to breathe into that trope.


It's the only thing he'd really be qualified to talk about today.
 
2013-01-12 11:30:15 AM
Perhaps he'll revive Terra Nova for the big screen while he's at it.
 
2013-01-12 12:12:41 PM

mjbok: Spartapuss: If Chricton updates anything I hope he adds zombies. I'd bet he would have some informative ideas and new life to breathe into that trope.

He's dead, so that's probably the only thing he can talk about.
 
2013-01-12 12:41:24 PM

Coder: Vash's Apprentice: Dinosaur eats man. Women take over the world Woman inherits the earth.
FTFY
//neurotic


Fair enough. It's been a while since I last watched it, so I had the feeling it wasn't quite right .
 
2013-01-12 01:41:55 PM

T.rex: The Man Who Laughs: Maybe they'll explain how the T-Rex was able to eat the bridge crew of the freighter without escaping from the cargo hold first.

i don't know how i know this, but i believe it was supposedly a pack of raptors that stowed away on the ship, and then upon making it to mainland, were going to take over in the sequel.... But they never shot the sequence.


That's exactly what it was.

The third Jurassic Park movie should have been all about dinosaurs on the mainland. Instead, they took a giant step back and basically remade the first movie only with less interesting characters. (And characters you wanted to get eaten but sadly survived.)
 
2013-01-12 08:22:20 PM

Sandusky Knows Best: mjbok: Spartapuss: If Chricton updates anything I hope he adds zombies. I'd bet he would have some informative ideas and new life to breathe into that trope.
He's dead, so that's probably the only thing he can talk about.


That's kind of what my post was saying, though it didn't appear in your quote of me.
 
2013-01-12 08:29:51 PM

soporific: T.rex: The Man Who Laughs: Maybe they'll explain how the T-Rex was able to eat the bridge crew of the freighter without escaping from the cargo hold first.

i don't know how i know this, but i believe it was supposedly a pack of raptors that stowed away on the ship, and then upon making it to mainland, were going to take over in the sequel.... But they never shot the sequence.

That's exactly what it was.

The third Jurassic Park movie should have been all about dinosaurs on the mainland. Instead, they took a giant step back and basically remade the first movie only with less interesting characters. (And characters you wanted to get eaten but sadly survived.)


They didn't remake the first movie. They used parts of the book that were left out of the first movie and there were still huge chunks they didn't use. Things weren't resolved in a day in the book. They were stuck on that island for a week.

dittybopper: GoodyearPimp: What more needs to be said in this storyline? Leaving aside them jumbling up the events from book to movie. Leaving aside the ridiculous "I'm an acrobat, watch me kick raptor ass". Are they just gonna beat this dead horse for more dollars? I'm not sure why I'm asking.

Maybe in this film, guns will actually *WORK*, and people will be able to use them competently.

Or perhaps someone will take their pocket knife and fashion a long, pointy stick to keep them somewhat at bay.


I don't just want the guns to work, I want to see a T-Rex get shot with a rocket launcher fired from a jeep. Of all the things to cut out from the book how could they leave out something that awesome? In the book the staff was actually prepared for anything up to a full scale war and had an entire arsenal. Something has gone wrong when a video game on the SNES is closer to the book than the movie is. Sigh. Now I have to go play JP again.
 
2013-01-13 11:17:48 PM

The Man Who Laughs: Maybe they'll explain how the T-Rex was able to eat the bridge crew of the freighter without escaping from the cargo hold first.


They all went in to the cargo hold to see a dinosaur. I know I would.
 
2013-01-14 11:35:34 AM
The CG in JP has gotten progressively worse with each new movie. I still think the best CG sequence in movie history was the t-rex scene from JP1. Anamatronics and CG mixed seamlessly in a dark rainy environment. They knew what they had to do to make it look good and they did it. I can only imagine the animators from 1992 thinking to themselves "just imagine how real CG will look in 20 years!".

/JP1 artists can never be overpraised
 
2013-01-14 05:05:20 PM

Elemental79: The CG in JP has gotten progressively worse with each new movie. I still think the best CG sequence in movie history was the t-rex scene from JP1. Anamatronics and CG mixed seamlessly in a dark rainy environment. They knew what they had to do to make it look good and they did it. I can only imagine the animators from 1992 thinking to themselves "just imagine how real CG will look in 20 years!".

/JP1 artists can never be overpraised


Right you are, Sir.
 
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