Director Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park masterpiece is one of the most successful films in worldwide box office history and remains a compelling and spectacular experience. This thrilling adventure features Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Richard Attenborough. Featuring incredible special effects and action-packed drama, Jurassic Park takes you to a remote island where an amazing theme park with living dinosaurs is about to turn deadly, as five people must battle to survive among the prehistoric predators. (from: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/Jurassic_Park?id=4UATyl5_T2k&hl=en_US)
Jurassic Park (1993) - Welcome to Jurassic Park Scene (1/10)
Ellie: Alan, this species of veriforman has been extinct since the Cretaceous period. I mean this thing--
Ellie: Look at that...
Grant: It's... it's a dinosaur!
Malcolm: You did it. You crazy son-of-a-bitch, you did it.
Grant: We could tear up the book on cold-bloodedness. It doesn't apply. They're totally wrong. This is a warm-blooded creature.
Ellie: This thing doesn't live in a swamp.
Alan: This thing's got a... twenty-five? Twenty-seven-foot neck?
Hammond: Brachiosaur? Thirty.
Grant: Thirty feet.
Gennaro: We're gonna make a fortune with this place.
Grant: How fast are they?
Hammond: Well, we've clocked the T-Rex at 32 miles an hour.
Ellie: T-- T-Rex?
Ellie: You said you've got a T-Rex?
Grant: Say again?
Hammond: Oh, we have a T-Rex!
Ellie: Put your, put your head between your knees and breathe.
Hammond: Dr. Grant. My dear Dr. Sattler. Welcome to Jurassic Park.
Grant: They're moving in herds, they do move in herds. (to Hammond) How did you do this?
Hammond: I'll show you.
Jurassic Park (1993) - Chaos Theory Scene (2/10)
Malcolm: Eventually you do plan on having dinosaurs on your dinosaur tour, right? Hello? H-Hello? Yes?
Hammond: I really hate that man.
Malcolm: The Tyrannosaur doesn't obey any set patterns or park schedules. The essence of chaos.
Ellie: I'm still not clear on chaos.
Malcolm: It simply deals with unpredictability in complex systems. The shorthand is the Butterfly Effect. A butterfly can flap its wings in Peking, and in Central Park, you get rain instead of sunshine.
Malcolm: Did I go too fast? I did a fly-by.
Ellie: I missed it.
Malcolm: Here. Give me your glass of water. We'll perform an experiment.
Malcolm: The car should be still, but that's okay. It's just an example. Put your hand flat like a hieroglyphic. A drop of water falls on your hand. Which way will the drop roll off? Which finger?
Ellie: Thumb, I'd say.
Malcolm: Ah ha. Okay, freeze your hand. Don't move. I'll do the same thing, start with the same place again. Which way now?
Ellie: Let's say back the same way.
Malcolm: It changed. Why? Because tiny variations... The orientation of the hairs on your hand...
Ellie: Alan, look at this.
Malcolm: ...The amount of blood distending your vessels... Imperfections in the skin...
Ellie: "Imperfections in the skin"?
Malcolm: Oh, just microscopic... Microscopic... That never repeat and vastly effect that outcome. That's... what?
Malcolm: There! Look at this. See? I'm right again. Nobody could predict that Dr. Grant would jump out of a moving vehicle.
Malcolm: And there's another example. See, here I am now by myself, um, uh, talking to myself. That's Chaos Theory.
Jurassic Park (1993) - The Sick Triceratops Scene (3/10)
Grant: She was always my favorite when I was a kid, and now I see she's the most beautiful thing I ever saw.
Ellie: It's okay. Microvesicles. That's interesting. Thanks. What are her symptoms?
Harding: Imbalance, disorientation, labored breathing. It seems to happen every six weeks or so.
Ellie: Six weeks...These are dilated. Take a look. It's okay.
Harding: They are? I'll be damned.
Ellie: That's pharmacological. From local plant life. Is this West Indian Lilac?
Harding: Yes. We know they're toxic, but the animals don't eat them.
Ellie: Are you sure?
Harding: Pretty sure.
Ellie: There's only one way to be positive. I'll have to see the dinosaur's droppings.
Malcolm: Dino... droppings? Droppings?
Muldoon: Yeah, I got that. The storm center hasn't dissipated or changed course. We'll have to cut the tour short. We'll pick up tomorrow where we left off.
Hammond: Are you sure we have to?
Arnold: It's not worth taking the chance, John.
Muldoon: Sustained winds at 45 knots.
Hammond: Tell them when they get back to the cars.
Arnold: Ladies and gentlemen, last shuttle to the dock leaves in approximately five minutes. Drop what you're doing and leave now.
Malcolm: That is one big pile of shit.
Ellie: You're right. There's no trace of lilac berries. That's so odd, though. All right, she's suffering from Melia toxicity... every six weeks...
Malcolm: She's tenacious.
Grant: You have no idea.
Malcolm: You will remember to wash your hands before you eat anything?
Jurassic Park (1993) - Tyrannosaurus Rex Scene (4/10)
Tim: Hurry! Turn it off!
Lex: I'm sorry!
Tim: You're the one who turned it--
Malcolm: Hey! Hey! Hey!
Grant: Ian, FREEZE!
Malcolm: Get the kids!
Grant: Get rid of the flare!
Malcolm: Get the kids!
Grant: Get rid of the flare!
Gennaro: Hail Mary, full of grace, the lord be--
Gennaro: No! No! AAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!!
Lex: Dr. Grant!
Tim: I'm stuck! The seat's got my feet!
Grant: I'll get you next. You're all right. You're okay. Tim! Tim!
Grant: Don't move! It can't see us if we don't move.
Grant: Lex! You're choking me!
Jurassic Park (1993) - Nedry's Plan Goes Awry Scene (5/10)
Nedry: There's something here...tight...that thing there and...pull down this thing to there
Nedry: My glasses!...I can afford more glasses
Nedry: Oh, jeez
Nedry: I got time. I got time! You can do this Dennis you can do this.
Nedry: (Nervous) Oh that's nice. Gotta go.
Nedry: Nice boy...NICE BOY
Nedry: Hey here's a stick. See the stick? STICK STUPID!
Nedry: No wonder you're extinct...I will run you over when I get back down
Jurassic Park (1993) - They're Flocking This Way Scene (6/10)
Tim & Lex: I'm tired, and I'm hungry. When I get back I'm gonna have peanuts and...etc.
Grant: The visitor's center should be just about a mile beyond that rise. If we keep - -
Grant: What is that? Can you tell me what they are?
Tim: Here - - they're flocking this way.
Grant: Oh, shit.
Lex: I wanna go - -now!
Grant: Watch how it eats!
Grant: Bet you'll never look at birds the same way again!
Lex: Let's go!
Grant: Okay. Keep low. Follow me.
Tim: Look at all it's blood!
Jurassic Park (1993) - Back in Business Scene (7/10)
Grant: Good Here we go. Over the top
Take your time, tim
That's good. Come on
Find your footing
Find your footing
HAMMOND: Now, Ellie, you can't just throw the main switch by hand, you have to pump up the primer handle to give you
a charge. It's a large, flat, gray
Ellie: All right
Here I go. okay?
One, two, Three, four
Hammond: Right (good)! Now, under the words "contact position" there's a round green button that says "push to close!" Push it!
Hammond: Now Ellie, the red buttons turn on the individual park systems. Switch them on.
Grant: Tim - - you're gonna have to jump.
Tim: You crazy?
I'm not gonna jump.
Grant: let go!
Lex: Do what Dr. Grant says
Grant: One, two , three
I'm coming up.
I'm coming up to get you.
Lex: I7ve gotta get Tim
Tim: Okay I'm gonna count to theree.
Lex: Timmy! Timmy!
Grant: He's not breathing
Ellie: Mr.Hammond, I think
we're back in business!
Oh, my God
Jurassic Park (1993) - Clever Girl Scene (8/10)
Muldoon: Clever girl.
Jurassic Park (1993) - Raptors in the Kitchen Scene (9/10)
Lex: Timmy, what is it?
Tim: It'S a velociraptor
Lex: Follow me
Jurassic Park (1993) - T-Rex vs. the Raptors Scene (10/10)
Grant: Mr. Hammond, After careful consideration, I've decided not to endorse your Park.
Hammond: so have I.