Is pretty fucking intense. Everything looks very bright and feels real. I mean like you are standing there. The scope is pretty huge. One kid left crying during the T-Rex scene and I was probably not far behind. When the raptors look at you, its unnerving. This was my first 3D flick, so I could be going overboard, but man was it great.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
I took my kids (13 and 9) and kinda regret it now. I think my brain blocked out the fact that people are eaten and dismembered in this film.
That being said, I suggest seeing this in 3D Imax just for the sheer thrill ride aspect. It really enhances the action. It says a lot about Spielberg and the filmmakers how well this holds up after 20 years.
It hasn't been a week and I'm already thinking, "What would Roger Ebert have to say about this?" I suspect I'll be doing this a lot.
Damn. That's what I was going for. I'm also disappointed. Not just by the news but by the Robert California character so far. It just didn't click like I'd hoped; his character isn't even really the same character that interviewed for the job.