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The Big Waste of Space Presents The Flubs of Jurassic Park
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Welcome... To The Flubs of Jurassic Park!

Please, don't get me wrong. Jurassic Park is a fantastic film. One of my favorites. It's a great concept with a fun script, and the technical achievements displayed were revolutionary. But, come on, let's face it. There are more goofs and errors in this 127-minute span than one continuity editor should have in his entire career.

Some of you may think it sacrilege to pick apart this film. Some of you may think it deserving. I simply consider it one more way to appreciate a fine piece of movie-making. Whatever your stand, I bet you'll have a hell of a lot of fun fast-forwarding and pausing your way through your copy to find them for yourself.

And the list is now categorized! In the beginning, I simply listed the biggest or funniest mistakes. But as this site's traffic grew, I found it necessary to convert the list into the definitive catalog for JP errors. The categories are defined in the following flub legend:

Flub Legend
[Flub] Flub - This is just an all-out flub. It's either too ridiculous to be believed or is too funny to ignore. These are the meat of the list.

[Microflub] Microflub - A usually forgivable flub that's not so obvious. If you scrutinized any film the way I have this one, you'd probably find a lot of these. But, like I said, this is the definitive list, so I have to be thorough. Sometimes the distinction between a flub and an unflub can be a bit hazy, so I just make a judgement call.

[Unflub] Unflub - Not a flub, although it may at first appear to be a flub. There are several I have received repeatedly, and I felt I needed to address them in the list.

So without further ado, as they say, on to the list! Incidentally, if you are kind enough to link to The Flubs of Jurassic Park, please link to this page and not to the list, and please don't call it "Jurassic Park Flubs." That's really annoying.