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Jurassic Park

Summary: 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.Rediscover the breathtaking adventure you’ll want to experience again and again.

Year: 1993

Australian Cinema Release Date: 2nd September, 1993

Australian DVD Release Date: 2nd November, 2005

Country: USA

Director: Steven Spielberg

Screenwriter: Michael Crichton, David Koepp

Cast: Richard Attenborough (John Hammond), Laura Dern (Dr. Ellie Sattler), Martin Ferrero (Donald Gennaro), Jeff Goldblum (Dr. Ian Malcolm), Samuel L. Jackson (Ray Arnold), Wayne Knight (Dennis Nedry), Joseph Mazzelo (Tim Murphy), Gerald R. Molen (Gerry Harding), Sam Neill (Dr. Alan Grant), Bob Peck (Robert Muldoon), Ariana Richards (Lex Murphy), Miguel Sandoval (Juanito Rostagno), Cameron Thor (Lewis Dodgson), BD Wong (Henry Wu)

Runtime: 127 mins

Classification:PG

Dave Griffiths’s ‘Jurassic Park’ Review: To read Dave’s review of ‘Jurassic Park’ please check it out on the Helium Entertainment Channel.

Other Subculture Media Reviews of ‘Jurassic Park′: Nil

Rating: 4/5

IMDB Rating:Jurassic Park (1993) on IMDb

Zambezia

Summary: Kai (Jeremy Suarez), a high-spirited falcon on the cusp of adulthood is bored and lonely living in a remote outpost with only his strict father, Tendai (Samuel L.Jackson), for company. Forbidden from venturing beyond the Katungu Boundary, his suspicions that there must be more to life are confirmed when Gogo, a kooky Stork and her co-pilot, a cute weaver called Tini, crash into his world. From them, Kai learns that downriver is a bustling bird city with exciting opportunities for a talented flier such as himself. In an angry exchange with his father, Kai discovers that Tendai has known all along about Zambezia and has been there himself! Hurt and angry at his father’s betrayal, Kai leaves Katungu and journeys downriver.

Arriving at the famed bird city – a majestic Baobab perched on the edge of Victoria Falls – Kai s amazed by the throngs of birds from all over Africa who are busy preparing for the Spring Celebrations. He soon befriends a fast-talking Nightjar called Ezee who knows how to enjoy the perks of community life and guides him through the city. Kai is bowled over when he meets Zoe (Abigail Breslin), a beautiful and feisty Black-Shouldered Kite who is the adopted daughter of Sekhuru (Leonard Nimoy), Zambezia’s founder. Unfortunately for him, Kai doesn’t make a good first impression when he accidently ruins her Spring Celebration decorations. But he is thrilled when his skilful flying earns him a place on the Hurricanes, the elite defense patrol made up of the best fliers on Zambezia.

Meanwhile, unbeknownst to him and the rest of the Zambezians, Marabou Storks, tired of scavenging off the scraps of Zambezia have joined forces with Budzo, a vicious egg-eating Leguaan, and hatched a plan to take control of the island city. To make matters worse, Budzo captures Kai’s father and all of the weavers, including Tini. In order to save Zambezia and Tendai, Kai has to face his past and learn that no matter how fast and talented a flier he is, no bird is an island.

Year: 2012

Australian Cinema Release Date: 28th March, 2013

Australian DVD Release Date: TBA

Country: South Africa

Director: Wayne Thornley

Screenwriter: Andrew Cook, Raffaella Delle Donne, Andrew Silverston, Wayne Thornley

Cast: Abigail Breslin (Zoe (voice)), Corey Burton (Neville (voice)), Jim Cummings (Budzo/Marabous (voice)), Noureen DeWulf (Pavi (voice)), Tania Gunadi (Tini (voice)), Jeff Goldblum (Ajax (voice)), Richard E. Grant (Cecil (voice), Samuel L. Jackson (Tendai (voice)), Jenifer Lewis (Gogo (voice)), Jamal Mixon (Ezee (voice)), Leonard Nimoy (Sekhuru (voice)), Deep Roy (Mushana (voice)), David Shaughnessy (Morton (voice)), Jeremy Suarez (Kai (voice))

Runtime: 82 mins

Classification:G

Dave Griffiths’s ‘Zambezia’ Review: Please check Dave’s review of ‘Zambezia’ that is available on the Helium Entertainment Channel.

Other Subculture Media Reviews of ‘Zambezia′: Check Episode #26 of our The Good The Bad The Ugly Podcast for a more in-depth review of ‘Warm Bodies’.

Rating: 2.5/5

IMDB Rating: Zambezia (2012) on IMDb