PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
A pragmatic paleontologist visiting an almost complete theme park is tasked with protecting a couple of kids after a power failure causes the park's cloned dinosaurs to run loose.
In the Jurassic Park movies, the dinosaurs are shown waving their tails quite a bit. In reality, these tails would be rigid and used to balance the animal. Therefore, if the tails on large creatures like the T. Rex flailed everywhere like the movie, the T. Rex would run a much larger risk of losing balance.
Worker in Raptor Pen:
Everybody, heads up! Heads up! Keep clear! Keep it clear! Okay, down! Andale, si! Vamonos. Keep it goin'! Come on! That's good, stay! Slow it down. No lo vayan a tirar! Cuidado! Traigala, traigala!
Muldoon: Okay, pushing team, move in there.
Worker in Raptor Pen: Move it! Cuidado, ...
(at around 1h 8 mins) When the T. rex starts to spin the overturned vehicle, the taillights and brush guards are intact, but after the spin they are damaged even though they shouldn't be yet.
The closing shot of the helicopter flying towards the horizon forms an initial backdrop for the end credits.
In 2013, the film was re-released in 3D. In this version, the newer Universal logo is used at the opening of the film.
$47,026,828 13 June 1993