A decidedly odd couple with ulterior motives convince Dr. Alan Grant to go to Isla Sorna (the second InGen dinosaur lab.), resulting in an unexpected landing...and unexpected new inhabitants on the island.
Pretty cool...but not worth to buy the whole trilogy set for
I was very excited when I found only one copy on ebay and fortunately I won it. Which since I am a big Jurassic park fan I couldn't wait. I noticed the small 3.9 rating on IMDb and thought, "why would people give it such a bad rating?" I didn't care and still got it. I was very Excited to see the Jurassic Park features and they were very interesting with some real in depth stuff. But the bad part is that they are very short. The original featurette on the making of the film was only about 5 mins long. It left me wanting more. Now the Lost world features were pretty cool and had a pretty good length to them and I was quite satisfied with them(except for some of the pointless stuff they had on there e.g. scenes shown without the cgi dinosaurs, an unnecessary addition). Now to the Jurassic Park 3 features. I will just plain out say they are pretty boring, just a few featurettes on the cgi and what not. That's all I have to say about the JP3 section. Also, on the back of the DVD case it claims that there are deleted scenes, which there weren't, which left me disappointed. Anyway, it might not be worth the money but I'm glad I have it. If you are getting the Jurassic park trilogy boxset you will still be glad you have it.
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