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Jurassic Park: Prime Survival was the first fan made Jurassic Park film featuring convincing dinosaurs. The film was directed by Jack De La Mare. Since it is fan-made, this film is not considered canon.
Title Change Edit
In the early production, the title was Jurassic Park: Prime Survival. Since Universal didn't allow that, the title was reduced to Prime Survival.
Three friends head for a vacation to a deserted island in the Pacific with the uncle of one of the friends, Crash. At first it seems like paradise, but little do they know, the island was once used for the habitation of dinosaur breeds by an all too familiar company. The uncle calls the island Isla Muerta, later it is revealed that this island was code named Site C.
Crash is killed by Velociraptors, leaving the three youngsters on their own. As they discover more about the island and the secrets it holds, the more danger they find themselves in. Their efforts of escape take them on a complete thrill ride.
In the end, the three are retrieved by a helicopter and flown to safety.
- Elliott Crossan - Elliot
- Charlie Patch - Adam
- Liam Inder - James
- Chris Bentley - Crash
Dinosaurs on screen Edit
Reviews for the film were mixed. 180 people gave the film a "thumbs up" while 100 gave it a "thumbs down." This gave the film a 65% rating. Negative reviews constantly clashed with the positive ones. The perspective from the majority of the film's positive viewers was "the acting was decent, and the dinosaurs looked cool," which many negative people heavily-criticized the film for its acting and special effects. Notably, none of the people appearing in the movie were experienced actors nor professional CGI editors.
The CG dinosaurs on screen are, through the opinion of the majority, very decent. They are not nearly as realistic as in the Jurassic Park films. However, they manage to look more realistic in other dinosaur movies like Aztec Rex, 100 Million BC or The Land That Time Forgot.
It is clear that the cast lacked the acting skills to make the film look convincing. The video description says "please respect that we were young when we made this film and it was our first real movie project. It was a scattered production, however I like to think of Prime Survival as a massive learning curve which it has indeed been."
BrachioIngen was a part of the reason for delays in the fanfilm production. Originally, Prime Survival was scheduled to be released in 2007. After failing to keep in contact for months with the rest of the production crew all the while continuing to insist that he had a "script in the works", BrachioIngen was then removed from the writing process by Jack and instead placed on sound mixing. He then delayed there as well. After months of delays, where Jack De La Mare also missed his opportunity to release his fanfilm at a comic con, BrachioIngen finally produced the sound and music for the fanfilm, albeit it was very rushed and not of the best quality.
Some things in the film are different from the movies.
- The compys have purple stirpes.
- The velociraptors look as big as the dilophosaurs.
- The brachiosaurs look smaller.
- The male velociraptors are based off the raptors in Jurassic Park III but don't have the feathers on the head.
Some things in the film are based off the novel.
- The carnotaurus that appears look like they have Chameleon like skin.
- At 20:01, you can see some strangers walking along a distant trail.
- At 18:39, Elliot steps away from the camera, to reveal a park bench in the background.
- The image shown on the computer screen at 31:39 is clearly the main page of the JP Toys website.
- From the start the characters don't have any idea whatsoever about the fact that there were dinosaurs brought back from extinction, but somehow act out as if they knew about it all along due to one of them mentioning how Nick Van Owen attempted to take photographs of the animals back in 1997.