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Steven Spielberg’s Funniest Moment in Indiana Jones Wasn’t Even Planned

Steven Spielberg has been working in Hollywood for 50+ years and is still going strong. Spielberg’s films have made a whopping $10.7 billion worldwide. From Jaws to Jurassic Park to Schindler’s List, and the more recent The Fablemans, Spielberg succeeds by making his audiences feel deeply. He can scare us with sharks and dinosaurs and […]

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Cool Stuff: All The Jurassic Park Games From Nintendo, Game Boy & Sega In One Roaring Collection

It’s wild to think that it’s been 30 years since the original “Jurassic Park” stormed onto the big screen. With deafening dinosaur roars, thrilling adventure, and special effects that still outshine modern blockbusters to this very day, director Steven Spielberg gave us a bona fide contemporary classic. Because “Jurassic Park” was all the rage, so […]

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Five Nights At Freddy’s Director Drew Inspiration From A DC Supervillain – And Steven Spielberg

Once upon a time, it’s not inconceivable Steven Spielberg might have directed “Five Nights at Freddy’s” or a film just like it. Recall that the young Spielberg loved terrorizing audiences. His first feature-length directorial effort, the made-for-tv 1971 thriller “Duel,” was such an exhilarating blast that it eventually got a theatrical release. Then came his […]

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We Need More Documentaries About Visual Effects Artists!

For just a moment, contemplate a big blockbuster you love without its visual effects. Imagine the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park just being non-existent or perhaps the various sights of Mad Max: Fury Road just not existing period. Those wonders are realized through a variety of means, but they all come back to the world of […]

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Cool Stuff: Spielberg: The First Ten Years Book Digs Into The Director’s Earliest Blockbusters

We may receive a commission on purchases made from links.No one can deny that Steven Spielberg is one of the most renowned and influential director’s in cinema history. From game-changing blockbusters like “Jaws” and “Jurassic Park” to devastating prestige Oscar-winning films like “Schindler’s List” and “Munich,” Spielberg is a master storyteller who has been turning […]

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Jurassic Park review – Steven Spielberg’s dinosaur-fest is still wondrous and exciting as ever

The classic movie’s unforgettable performances and CGI effects remain glorious 30 years after its original releaseThis has long since become a tired franchise, but’s a treat now to revisit Steven Spielberg’s original film for its 30th anniversary. It is a spectacular and thrilling movie about Jurassic Park, the hubristic tourist attraction offering real-life dinosaurs cloned […]

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Jurassic Park’s 30th Anniversary Box Office Take Proves People Still Love Spielberg’s Dinos

Despite the fact that “Jurassic Park” came out more than 30 years ago, Steven Spielberg’s modern classic has once again proved itself an enduring staple in popular culture. Even though it was late for the official anniversary, Universal Pictures re-released the 1993 blockbuster in theaters this past weekend, specifically in 3D, to commemorate the 30th […]

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‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople’ Gave Us an Unforgettable Sam Neill Performance

It’s difficult to think of Sam Neill and not immediately picture him in his paleontologist attire from Jurassic Park. The movie and the part are just so iconic that he and Dr. Alan Grant sort of blend together at this point. But there’s much more to Neill’s career and range than running from dinosaurs. One […]

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More gore please: don’t waste my time with blood-free monster movies | Anne Billson

Steven Spielberg mastered the art of carnage in Jaws and Jurassic Park, but pale imitators such as Meg 2 seem to have forgotten how to do itMonster movie fans were thrilled when Ben Wheatley was confirmed as director of Meg 2: The Trench. The director of Kill List unleashed on a film in which Jason […]

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