Themes Of Jurassic Park

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Movies are the biggest time killers in the United States of America, where an average person watches about 20-30 movies a year. They are separated and categorized into many category, but one of the biggest category is science fiction. Science fiction is fiction based on imagined future scientific or technological advances and major social or environmental changes, frequently portraying space or time travel and life on other planets. One of the biggest and most famous science fiction movie is Jurassic Park, which is a science fiction-adventure-drama film directed by Steven Spielberg, based upon the novel of the same name, written by Michael Crichton. The story involves scientists visiting a safari amusement park of genetically engineered…show more content…
“we thought we had them under control, but we were wrong, and now they want revenge”. The greed of the scientists was too high that it blinded them and didn’t let them see what could result from such an experience. The Scientists wanted to bring back what god got rid of million years ago, and they wanted to beat god’s powers with their technology. They were successful at first which increased their ago, but then when the dinosaurs got out of control, the scientists realized that they had messed up trying to beat god. This reflects and supports the theme of the movie which is, the hubris of men using technology to try to play god will lead to their downfall, and indeed it did as we saw with the…show more content…
It is good to an extent, but there is a limit. For example, dinosaurs were extinct millions of years ago due to natural selection and “god” you can say, so I don’t think there should be any power on earth that should be able to bring them back, because if they were meant to be with us right now, they would still be here living right now. Technology and science are good to a certain limit, such as, making new inventions that will help our future and better out world, and not be used to do crazy impossible stuff that will only lead to chaos. So in my opinion the seek for knowledge is good to a certain extent, but once it goes over the limit, we are all screwed and we’ll be doomed. And also I think this movie was complete trash and I don’t recommend it for
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