I mean, if I could have the chance to bring dinosaurs back to life, I don't think I'd worry too much about if I should either.
One of the things that always made Michael Crichton books so good was their settings — no matter how ridiculous the plot might be, the settings really brought the stories to life.
When Stephen Spielberg basically got Crichton to write Jurassic Park so he could make a movie out of it, he carried that perfect setting right over onto the screen. So where did all the magic happen?
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