The Dinosaurs Of The Mesozoic Era

1143 WordsDec 8, 20165 Pages
A traditional archeological dig, facilitated by new technological advancements uncovers raptor fossils by a team of researchers. This is how the movie Jurassic park begins. It shows almost a foreshadowing of the events to come as the doctor looking at the technology shows weariness to the usage of the machine to do the work they could have done by hand. Likewise, the Jurassic Park movie tells a story of an increased scientific presence in the scientific study of the dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era. Due to the ardent work of dinosaur researchers, dinosaurs are brought back to life for the purpose of education and entertainment. With this financier and developer of the program, Jeff Hammond brings together a team of scientists, a lawyer and two of his grandchildren on an adventure to experience the park first hand. However, due to a series of unfortunate events the parks loses functionality resulting in their team having to physical experience survival during the time of the dinosaur. While half of the team fights to stay alive the developer his group of survivors must find a way to rescue the visitors and get back in control of the park. I found the movie to be more entertaining than educational. It was more for the purposes of telling a story, which I believe was about the power that genetics has brought humans. The story seems to warn against going too far with the use of genetic information.This, in my opinion, is greatly exemplified by one of the last scenes in the movie.
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