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If there was one movie in the last 20 years that deserved a digital 3D upgrade, it had to be Steven Spielberg's 1993 masterpiece, Jurassic Park. The film, which was the first to integrate fully-functioning CGI characters (in this case, dinosaurs) into the filmmakers toolbox, gave Universal Pictures plenty to work with. The big question was would it work on a film celebrating its 20th anniversary?

By now, everyone who cares has seen, or at least knows the story of Jurassic Park. What made the film so unique back in 1993 was in its timing. The Internet was in its very infancy and science and technology were making huge leaps and bounds on a monthly basis. When Michael Crichton published the novel, his idea of cloning dinosaurs from the blood stored inside preserved prehistoric mosquitos was a ludicrous notion that soon became somewhat a reality with the cloning of Dolly the sheep. »

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