Flim Night is a cabaret event where a film is retold through poetry, short stories, music, video, puppets you name it. I may or may not have a chance to read this later on this evening but I have written my usual sculpted poem from a Roger Ebert review of the film.
Link to the original review here https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/jurassic-park-1993
JURASSIC PARK (1993) Rated PG-13 For Intense Science Fiction Terror 123 minutes
one condition: That he didn’t have to show the shark for the first hour. By slowly building apprehension the shark would be much more impressive when it finally arrived. He was right. I wish he had remembered that lesson delivers on its promise to show us dinosaurs. We see them early and often, they are a triumph of artistry, human characters are a ragtag bunch of half-realized, sketched-in personalities, who exist primarily to scream, utter dire warnings, and outwit the monsters. Basically a good soul, he realizes the error of tampering with nature. the first to be eaten by a dinosaur. It’s as if one of the Three Stooges wandered into the story. an absolutely standard outline consider what could have been. It inspired us to. You left shaken and a little transformed share big dreams. we’re supposed to be grateful. I have the uneasy feeling they’d be attacking Manhattan with death rays. I’m giving it three stars. You want great dinosaurs, you got great dinosaurs. It could have been so much more.