Argumentative Essay on Jurassic Park

This essay has a total of 579 words and 3 pages.

Jurassic Park

Summary
Jurassic Park

The Story takes place on an Island off the Coast of Costa Rica. Where very wealthy man,
John Hammond, has set up a genetically engineered Dinosaur preserve. Before he opens this
living attraction to the public(only the people who can afford it) He needs people, who he
thinks will be good judges of the Park. He brings them in and begins to awe them with the
sights of real dinosaurs. One of the visitors, Ian Malcolm, predicts that this is
impossible to accomplish. For he says there are flaws in the system, and according to his
chaos theory these animals cannot be predicted.

While they are in awe one of the computer programmers, Dennis Nedry, is secretly planning
to steal dinosaur embryos from the park and sell them to a company that is trying to stay
in business with Hammond. The only way Nedry can obtain these embryos id to shut down the
park power so he can sneak into the freezing chamber.

He does while the other visitors are touring the park, and everything goes wrong from
there. As he is racing to get to the dock, where a boat is waiting to take the embryos, He
realizes that he has gone the wrong way. He gets out of the car to try and figure out
where he is and he's attacked and killed by one of the dinosaurs.

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