After seeing the documentary Spielberg, based on the legendary Ohio director, it got me thinking about the huge array of work Steven Spielberg has directed. In one of my early posts I created a quizbased on films he’s been involved in away from the camera, but he’s certainly earned a more full-scale celebration. How many do you recognise?
Who doesn’t love dinosaurs? They’re huge, aggressive, have all kinds of varieties and once ruled the Earth. And being extinct, it’s not like you can see them at the local zoo. You can definitely say I’m a fan. I quoted the original film here, a review of the 2015 film here and a display of dinosaurs that helped promoted the movie here. I also photographed a dinosaur while playing golf here, not forgetting the teaser shot I put of Jurassic Kingdom here.
Jurassic World is everywhere. After sharing my Bad Animals quiz, I thought I should share these photos I took in Waterloo Station in London. Especially as I haven’t done a Gr8at in a while. How many of the Jurassic films have you seen? Do you have a favourite shot? Feel free to choose the playful one at the end.
John Hammond: All major theme parks have delays. When they opened Disneyland in 1956, nothing worked. Dr. Ian Malcolm: Yeah, but John, if The Pirates of the Caribbean breaks down, the pirates don’t eat the tourists!
Richard Attenborough and Jeff Goldblum in the action adventure film Jurassic Park (1993)