From Dirty Harry to Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park to The Matrix, and Alfred Hitchcock to Bill Murray, there are a myriad of different ways to stuff yourself with movies this holiday.
How could they do this? Again.
It seems that the film may not be completely scientifically accurate. Which is utterly shocking, honestly.
You get to choose, because life… finds… a WAY.
Thirst always finds a way.
Looking back at the albums that tested the anti-skip technology on our Walkmans.
Where are the dinosaur ghosts? Here are the answers.
Putting the “ass” in “JurASSic.”
The Jurassic Park actor has died. He had an amazing life.
Lord Richard Attenborough, whose film career stretched seven decades, has died, his son told the BBC on Sunday. He was best known for playing Professor John Hammond in Jurassic Park and directing Gandhi.
Use this information at your own risk.
Never-before-seen hand-painted posters by John Alvin.
Really, this is the best wedding photo.
That’s probably enough goat now.
The ’90s Were An Amazing Time.
Sure, you probably saw Forrest Gump and There’s Something About Mary, but what about What’s Eating Gilbert Grape and Kids?
“But when worlds collide, said George Pal to his bride, I’m gonna give you some terrible thrills, like a science fiction double feature.”
Plus the biggest party schools in every state in the U.S., 25 stores and what they should actually be named, and the never-ending wonders of extreme makeup techniques.
Featuring a little girl’s incredibly moving act of generosity, Jurassic Park with cats instead of dinosaurs, and a heartbreaking “second a day” video that imagines the impact of Syria’s war on London’s children.
Welcome to Purrrrasic Park.
We live in a truly incredible time.
I guess my boyfriend knows what to get me for Valentine’s Day now…
Warning: contains velociraptor.