POLL RESULTS: What’s the Best Scene in Jurassic Park?
POLL RESULTS: What’s the best scene in Jurassic Park?
Less than a week after asking our readers about their favorite scene in the iconic Steven Spielberg sci-fi adventure Jurassic Park, ComingSoon.net’s poll was filled with 1,500 votes and the results have crowned the one clear winner. Check out the results below!
What’s the best scene in Jurassic Park?
- Brachiosaurus siting/”Welcome to Jurassic Park” (27%, 399 votes)
- T-Rex saves the day/”When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth” (19%, 276 votes)
- Tim & Lex hide from Raptors in the kitchen (17%, 245 votes)
- Sadler and Muldoon rescue Malcom from the T-Rex/Jeep chase (10%, 142 votes)
- Muldoon killed by Raptors/ “Clever girl.” (5%, 71 votes)
Jurassic Park is a film filled with iconic moments, but one of the most stirring and exciting that still fills audiences with wonder and induces goosebumps is the moment when Sam Neill’s Dr. Alan Grant sees the first live dinosaur of the film in the form of the Brachiosaurus, followed by John Hammond’s infamous “Welcome to Jurassic Park.” Check out the rest of the results below!
Grant rescues Tim from the Jeep in the tree (4%, 60 votes)
Lunch conversation/”…they never stopped to think if they should.” (3%, 40 votes)
InGen helicopter ride to Isla Nublar/Ian Malcolm intro (2%, 31 votes)
“When the Pirates of the Caribbean breaks down the pirates don’t eat the tourists.” (2%, 25 votes)
Sick Triceratops/”That is one big pile of sh*t.” (1%, 20 votes)
Grant & kids run from flock of Gallimimus/T-Rex sighting (1%, 17 votes)
Nedry gets the Barbasol can from Dodgson (1%, 15 votes)
Ray Arnold resets the system/”Hold onto your butts.” (1%, 15 votes)
Raptor Kills Gatekeeper (1%, 14 votes)
Grant & kids climb the fence/Sadler finds Arnold’s arm (1%, 13 votes)
Tim and Lex intro on the tour/”What do they got in there, King Kong?” (1%, 13 votes)
Helicopter ride to safety (1%, 11 votes)
Grant, Tim & Lex in the tree with Brachiosaurs (1%, 10 votes)
Hammond tells Sadler the story of the flea circus over ice cream (1%, 10 votes)
Nedry steals the embryos (1%, 9 votes)
Grant & Co. hide in Control Room/Lex hacks into computer system (1%, 8 votes)
Dr. Henry Wu shows them a Raptor’s egg hatching/”Life finds a way.” (0%, 7 votes)
Robert Muldoon feeds a cow to the Raptor paddock (0%, 5 votes)
Alan Grant/Ellie Sattler intro at excavation site (0%, 4 votes)
Mr. DNA cartoon explains cloning (0%, 4 votes)
Donald Gennaro visits the amber dig site (0%, 2 votes)
John Hammond makes Alan and Ellie an offer (0%, 2 votes)
Grant finds the dinosaur eggs (0%, 2 votes)
Based on the 1990 Michael Crichton novel and directed by Steven Spielberg, Jurassic Park followed chaos theorist Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), paleontologist Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill) and paleobotanist Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) as they are invited to Isla Nublar by businessman John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) to help certify the safety of his theme park filled with de-extinct dinosaurs. But after an act of industrial sabotage, the dinosaurs break free and Dr. Grant must keep Hammond’s grandchildren safe while Hammond, Dr. Sattler and Malcolm must find a way to restore the park and escape.
The film was a smashing success upon release, grossing over $914 million at the box office to become the highest-grossing film of the time and garnering largely positive reviews from critics, most notably for Spielberg’s direction, John Williams’ score and its special effects, garnering three Oscars for Best Visual Effects, Best Sound Editing and Best Sound Mixing. Its success spawned two direct sequels with Goldblum leading the first and Neill leading the second, followed by the Jurassic World sequel trilogy that began in 2015 after a 14-year hiatus. The third and final installment in the Jurassic World series, Dominion, is currently slated to hit theaters on June 11, 2021 and will see the returns of Goldblum, Neill and Dern alongside trilogy leads Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.
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