Jurassic Park

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  • Topic: Michael Crichton, Jurassic Park, Steven Spielberg
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  • Published : January 12, 2013
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In 1994, the blockbuster film Jurassic Park won three Oscars for best visual effects, best audio effects, and best sound. The film, directed by Steven Spielberg, won countless numbers of awards for his movie. Viewers all over the world loved his movie based off of the novel Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton. Viewers were wildly impressed by this amazing cinematic masterpiece after seeing it for the first time. Although Spielberg’s movie was an incredible success, it had managed to leave many key points from the novel out the almost had seemed vital to the story line. The novel was longer than the movie however, some of the ideas the Spielberg had left out had almost entirely made the story about a different subject altogether. The biggest of the changes was the characters and their outcomes, as well as Crichton’s philosophy. In Crichton’s novel, there were not only different characters, but there were also different outcomes of the characters. In the film, when all the main characters get to the island there is no character names Ed Regis. Ed was a minor character, but he was the first to be seen killed. Gennaro was the Hammond’s investor’s Lawyer. Gennaro was an important character throughout the novel because he was the character that had represented the idea that one has to take responsibility for your actions; however, in Spielberg’s film, both Ed and Gennaro were combined into one character and killed the same way that Ed Regis was killed. In both the film and the novel the character Allen Grant was a paleontologist. A key issue in the film compared to the novel was that Grant had liked kids in the novel but not in the film. In both the novel and the film it would have made more sense for Grant to like children because then he could better bond with those characters, and be able to form more of a relationship with them in order to care for them and protect their lives from harm. Spielberg must have changed this aspect to better show Grant’s character, and...
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