With Jurassic World sequeling up our cineplexes this weekend, we decided to cover a sequel ourselves! How did Michael Crichton’s follow up novel that inspired Steven Spielberg’s follow up movie deal with the changes the first film made to the first book? Time to ask What’s the Difference?
UPDATE: We’ve re-uploaded this video because we mistakenly animated Arby, a character from the novel, as Caucasian instead of African American. As soon as we realized what we’d done, we re-animated the sections he appears in to correct our mistake. We’re very sorry it happened and will do better moving forward, And thank you to the viewers who pointed it out.
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Excited for Jurassic World? Of course you are! Jurassic Park was a #1 box office smash, and the book by Michael Crichton was a #1 New York Times Best Seller. We’ll take a look at the book and the movie side-by-side, and tell you: “What’s the Difference?” Subscribe: http://goo.gl/9AGRm
The road from page to screen wasn’t seamless. While the filmmakers weren’t pursued by velociraptors, a lot of elements of the story did get changed. From plot details and character changes, to a whole lot of dinosaurs getting ignored (or name-changed!), we’ll take you through every difference between the book and the movie. All sorts of fun facts you can share with your friends in line for Jurassic World!
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Welcome to What’s The Difference, where CineFix takes you step-by-step and page-by-page through all the differences between your favorite movies & shows and their source material. Adaptations are a tricky game, something always gets changed, added, or omitted in the process. Come back every other Wednesday for more What’s the Difference!
Is Jurassic Park Ethical? Explore the ethics of DNA cloning in Jurassic Park and Jurassic World! Deep dive into the repercussions of genetic manipulation and comment your thoughts and sentiment if you agree or disagree with our breakdown. And tell us why!
In Jurassic Park and Jurassic World, the purpose of dinosaur creation is material wealth and gain. Would it be acceptable if we treated them with compassion instead? Dinosaur welfare is technically animal welfare after all. The introduction of new dinosaur species into our delicate ecosystem could have drastic impacts both ecologically and societally.
While it isn’t possible to replicate the cloning process used in Jurassic Park, Jurassic World or Fallen Kindom, just yet, the ethics of DNA cloning are still important to consider. Just replace “dinosaur” with “wooly mammoth” and we’d have a likely scenario.
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Impossible Triangle https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:547580
Mirror Cylinder Illusions https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1657791
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Curved Hole Illusion https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1729011
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Vica illusion (Questionable) https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5700
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Victorian Goblet https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1541337
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