Top 10 Moments We Can't Wait to See in Jurassic Park 3D
04.05.13 by Kip
It's been 20 years since Jurassic Park wowed audiences on the big screen, and now it's back with an even bigger bite. Jurassic Park 3D is hitting theaters nationwide tonight, and we're excited to see how it fares with the latest in movie technology. Although the movie was not shot with 3D in mind, there are plenty of scenes that we believe will be awesome in 3D — who are we kidding? The whole movie will be amazing in 3D, but these are the moments that we're looking forward to the most.
1. Welcome to Jurassic Park
We all remember our first glimpse at the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park, as the camera pans across the land showing us the magical world where dinosaurs were real.
2. The flock of Gallimimus
They may have a majestic quality to them from a distance, but we're excited to see this stampede up close and 3D.
3. "I eat lawyers like you for breakfast" T-Rex
The title speaks for itself.
4. Must go faster
"Objects are closer than they appear" has never been scarier.
5. That's not a parking spot
Despite the fact that it doesn't make sense that the car ended up in the top of a tree when the T-rex had just walked out of a ground level enclosure, this scene is awesome, and features the amazing line, "We're back...in the car again".
6. "No wonder you're extinct. I'm gonna run you over when I come back down."
Famous last words.
7. If you were a kid when this movie came out, you know you walked around your house like this for days or even weeks after you saw this movie.
Tap tap tap.
8. Samuel L. Jackson is a badass, but Raptors don't care about that
We don't get to see him square off with the dinos, but his, uh, brief appearance in this scene is intense and crazy. (We admit that the real 3D action is what's happening with Timmy, Muldoon, and the raptors, but we had to shout it out to Sam Jackson. It's impossible to talk about a movie he's in and not talk about him!)
9 & 10. The ending to the movie
To this day we still jump when Lex falls through the roof and narrowly escapes being eaten by the Raptor, and then we all cheer like crazy when the T-Rex comes in to (ironically) save the day. It's one of the most epic movie endings ever.
Honorable Mention goes to the giant piles of dino poo.
It had to make the list somewhere.
And since we're already feeling nostalgic...