JURASSIC WORLD: Everything that ‘Jurassic Park’ was, but with infinitely more CGI, IQ-challenged plotting, and caricature-level characters.
How do you make a classic film like Jurassic Park even better? Add alcohol, of course! I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve seen this film between the theater when I was a kid, VHS then DVD then Blu-ray, and most recently in the 3D re-release and it only gets better each
So we all know Hollywood can be a bit of a joke sometimes when the next biggest blockbuster hits the scene – just action packed without much thought going in to why or how this whole situation came to be. When technology was still new and the world wide web
How does one even begin to tackle a review of Jurassic Park? This is one of the films that made me fall in love with movies. The special effects were jaw-dropping when it hit theaters in 1993, Jurassic Park 3D is out in theaters on April 5. Is it worth the hefty ticket price?
Spring movies often get a bad wrap. Much like the fall movie season, these are typically considered cinematic leftovers. Spring films are seen as not good enough for Oscar contention, not blockbuster enough for the summer playground, and generally pretty skip-able. However, this year there are still plenty of quality
This week Video Vault gets moved by the heartwarming tale of 1998’s Simon Birch. Loosely based on John Irving‘s 1989 novel A Prayer for Owen Meany, the film stars Jurassic Park‘s Joseph Mazzello and first-and-only-time actor, Ian Michael Smith, as best friends growing up in a 1950’s small New England
Sci-fi films evoke intrigue like no other movie genre with members of the public. A sizeable chunk of film fans love nothing more than being whisked away to another galaxy or to another time in history. Add in a load of special effects and a cluster of much-loved characters and
Since the beginning of Kickstarter and IndieGoGo, there are so many attempted creative projects that it can be hard to decide which ones are worth your donation. For every success story, there are probably dozens, maybe hundreds of failed projects that never get off the ground. Or maybe should have never