Touched by age and finally brave enough to sit through the taut kitchen scene without weeping (MIND THE LADLE!), I all but jumped at the chance to revisit Jurassic Park on the big screen. Re-touched, re-tooled and re-toothed, Steven Spielberg’s fourth greatest movie still stands a head and shoulders (and claws and tail) above its blockbusting competition.
Unfortunately there won’t be any aliens, or reincarnation or thetans
Tis the end of the working week and time for a wee drink. How about getting obliterated whilst watching a cuddly little film about sharply toothen scaly quadrupeds? Oh right you did that last week. Well you didn’t do it playing with our rules! Take a gander at the completely random Friday drinking game for the Spielberg classic Jurassic Park.
Not really what you’d expect from the undisputed King Of Surrealism – David Lynch’s next project won’t include a) a monstrous, spitting foetus child; b) a topsy-turvy road trip or c) Laura Dern, topless. No, instead, the great man will be making a film in India about Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the man responsible for the introduction of Transcendental Meditation to the US and Europe.