Is Jurassic Park 3 worth going to see?
Yes, of course it is! Unless you have something better to do. It's better than watching the TV anyway! There is a general "unprofessional" feel to the film, but as long as you don't expect too much, it's a lot of fun.
I haven't seen it, but my friend who happens to be a movie critic said it was horrible. He gave it 1 1/2 stars. He said it was totally predicatable and the action seens were not that well done. He said the ending was also very predictable. If you want to see a great movie that was a wash at the box office ticket wise, but still great see Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within. It may be at your local $1.75 (or whatever price you're second run theater is) theater by now, so it won't cost you much. The movie is thought provoking, exciting, with revolutionary animation and excellent acting. The story is well thought out (with a love story mixed in), and the ending is excellent. Definately one of the summers best movies. My critic friend gave it 3 1/2 stars (and he is very stingy about giving away stars LOL). There's a great site that lets you grade movies you've seen and by those gradings it tells you what movies you would most likely want to see that are in theaters and coming out on video or DVD (my friend I'm talking about has done some reviews on the site including one for Final Fantasy). I'll leave the link at the bottom.
swOHman a.k.a. Brian
"Don't Look Back"
The movie certainly lacks in plot compared to the original, but it was a fun action movie that doesn't require much thinking. It is a fun way to spend an evening. I would certainly recommend it if you feel like taking a break and relaxing. The critics also liked the movie too, you can read Roger Ebert's review at: http://www.suntimes.com/output/ebert1/cst-ftr-rog18f.html
If you are looking for a movie with a good plot, I would recommend "The Score" with Robert DeNiro.
I personally liked it. It was better than 2, but I'm not sure about the original. It was also pretty funny to the audience where I saw it-- I happen to live in "Enid, Oklahoma"