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.
Who was running the police line the night David Tate's wife and kid died? No one, by the looks of it. (I guess we had to make the trip to get the beads, but I really did not want to make that graphic of a trip.)