Based on Michael Crichton’s novel of the same name, Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park was the catalyst for the entire phenomenon. The 1993 original of the film, which continues to be regarded as one of the best films of the 1990s, captivated audiences everywhere. A significant portion of our memories of the amazing, enormous, and ravaging dinosaurs, or dinosaurs as they are more often known, come from the Jurassic Park movies. You might want to brush up on your Jurassic knowledge by rewatching the series in order when Jurassic World Dominion, the sixth and allegedly final instalment, arrived in theatres on Friday, June 10.
1. Jurassic Park (1993)
Director- Steven Spielberg
John Hammond is a brilliant billionaire businessman and founder of the bio-engineering firm InGen. He invites three specialists to see the wonders of the first-ever dinosaur preserve. In the hopes that they will assuage the investors’ concerns. When the palaeontologist, Dr. Alan Grant, the palaeobotanist, Dr. Ellie Sattler, and the cynical mathematician, Dr. Ian Malcolm, meet face to face with vicious primaeval reptiles on the loose after a devastating malfunction. The visitors’ wide-eyed excitement will soon turn into utter dread. The Tyrannosaurus Rex, the species’ top predator, is currently looking for new prey.
2. The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
Director- Steven Spielberg
Four years after the complete devastation in Jurassic Park (1993), the now-humbled businessman John Hammond wants to examine the development of InGen’s dino-engineering Site B’s free-roaming prehistoric living remnants. Unaware that Peter Hammond, Hammond’s nephew, is determined to collect a wide variety of primaeval species for his San Diego prehistoric zoo. However, Dr. Ian Malcolm reluctantly joins the expedition in the reptile-infested area. Along with his palaeontologist girlfriend Sarah Harding, the documentarian Nick Van Owen, and the tech expert Eddie Carr.
3. Jurassic Park III (2001)
Director- Joe Johnston
Dr. Grant is content with his existence 8 years after the In-Gen catastrophe and is living far from living dinosaurs. He accepts the offer from wealthy businessman Paul Kirby despite his unfortunate severe lack of research funding: Dr. Grant can support his ongoing research for a very long period. With a low flight over the remote island of Isla Sorna, which served as InGen’s second research site. Dr. Grant was unaware that all Kirby and his wife need is a dinosaur specialist to assist them in locating their son Eric, age 14. He fell on the island while paragliding. The Velociraptors have developed into a communicating species and are now smarter than primates. Hence, it is something he did suspect but never wanted to see.
4. Jurassic World (2015)
Director- Colin Trevorrow
InGen’s renovated dinosaur park, Jurassic World, has finally succeeded in becoming a really lovely location under new management. In the great hopes of realising the late John Hammond’s ambitious ideal of a fully operational, and most all, safe, prehistoric theme park in Jurassic Park movie (1993). The park’s newest money-making attraction is the massive, terrifying, and genetically altered dinosaur, Indominus Rex. However, when the uncontrollable beast escapes, it’s up to the skilled Velociraptor wrangler, Owen, to put an end to the terrible horror. Now, Owen and the two nephews of Claire, the operations manager of the park. They are stranded in a dangerous environment that is all too familiar and ruled by violent predators.
5. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)
Director- J.A Bayona
Owen Grady and Claire Dearing return to the now-destroyed Jurassic World theme park under the backdrop of an impending and utterly destructive volcanic activity with the goal of saving the remaining rampaging dinosaurs that now wander free on Isla Nublar’s immense landscapes. Everything will soon go wrong, though, as imposing genetically enhanced hybrids and a cunning plot pose a threat to not only prematurely stop an otherwise admirable rescue attempt but also to negatively impact the last prehistoric species.
6. Battle At Big Rock (Short Film, 2019)
Director- Colin Treverrow
The film centres on a modest family camping at Big Rock, a fictional national park 32 kilometres. The location where dinosaurs from the Fallen Kingdom were released wild. In the short film Battle at Big Rock, which takes place one year after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the first significant conflict between humans and dinosaurs is depicted.