Something has survived… Join Nostalgic Nebula on July 25th at The Frida Cinema for a one night only screening of The Lost World: Jurassic Park! Ingen’s futuristic zoo of genetically altered dinosaurs has been decommissioned and John Hammond has sent you and a team of wildlife preservationists to the secret Isla Sorna to document the prehistoric animals, free from their enclosures, in order to ensure their continued survival.
Starting at 7:30 PM, enjoy a live string quartet tribute to John William’s score and then relive the 1997 classic on the big screen!
$15 Special Event: Frida Cinema passes and Member Discounts not valid. Advance tickets now available at box office, or online by clicking here!
“E.T.’s ugliness made him more plaintively lovable, but it also kept him slightly scary. The Lost World, unlike Jurassic Park, humanizes its monsters in a way that E.T. would understand.” — Stephen Holden, The New York Times
“Film buffs will get a kick out of the many in-jokes Spielberg and screenwriter David Koepp have tossed in (Koepp himself plays a Tyrannosaur victim), including homages to the original King Kong, among others.” — Marc Savlov, The Austin Chronicle
“The special effects are, of course, incredible. But from a Christian perspective, there is nothing of good repute here. Nothing motivated by a desire to please and honor the Creator. Nothing but actions motivated by selfishness and man-centered ideals. The film is nothing better than escapist entertainment, a work of total fiction.” — Dale Mason, Christian Spotlight on the Movies