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Every week, we offer our readers an opportunity to win free prizes. This week, we’re giving away a Redbox eGift card to a lucky winner!

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the most recent movie in the dino franchise, has just hit Redboxes everywhere. Let’s talk about our favorite Jurassic flick!

Enter this week’s contest by answering the following question in the comments section.

What’s your favorite movie in the Jurassic Park/World series?


Will the 1993 original always hold a special place in your heart, or is one of the more recent movies the best one?

Again, answer this week’s question simply by entering your email above, and then hit up the comments section and tell us your choice.

You can also earn extra entries by sharing this giveaway via Facebook and Twitter! The giveaway ends on Sunday, and the randomly chosen winner will receive a free Redbox eGift card.

Good luck, Insiders!

96 Responses to “Freebie Friday “Jurassics” Edition: Win a Free Redbox Gift Card!”

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    Tonyzz [tonyzz]

    The Original … ( Jeff Goldblum’s Scientist )

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    labhunters2

    The Original one

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    thehealthconnect

    The first….one & only!!

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    Lori [visitor]

    The first one was the best.

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    pabbyt

    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a lovely bonbon – all the excellent dinosaurs PLUS Chris Pratt, Jeff Goldblum, James Cromwell to name a few from a cool cast – all MINUS the marry & reproduce propaganda of the original or the idiotic plots of most of the others (except for Jurassic World which also had great dinos but no Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum)

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    Ken [visitor]

    The original movie

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    Chris [visitor]

    The OG original.

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    Kevin [visitor]

    The first one of course!

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    tom [visitor]

    the first one

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    keri [visitor]

    First one is still the best

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    cjc [visitor]

    the first one

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    Becky Hixson [visitor]

    So far, I like the original Jurassic Park movie the best.

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    royalert

    Jurassic Park ( the origional)

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    royalert

    Jurassic Park ( the original)

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    Gunner [visitor]

    The original

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    lindaalert

    Jurassic World

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    Harry [visitor]

    First one

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    Fred [visitor]

    The original was the best!

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    steeleflyn

    The first one was the best.

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    kayshem [visitor]

    The original

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    tlgilmore

    The original

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    spiralgyro

    The Original

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    ken_23455

    I liked the second one, but missed seeing Jeff Goldbloom.

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    slobeavis

    I guess the first one because that’s the only one I’ve seen.

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    Al Stevens [visitor]

    Jurassic Park, hands down.

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    Tamara [visitor]

    The original! I stood in the rain to get tickets! None of the others compare!

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    tbeck

    The first one of course!

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    Delores Lewandowski [visitor]

    The first one. Very, very best.

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    E83462 [e83462]

    The first for me

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    Joe+G [visitor]

    The original…

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    Leah Allen [visitor]

    the first one

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    Goole [visitor]

    The first one, but Fallen Kingdom comes in a close second; mostly because it’s the first sequel to have a different plot.

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    Dennis [visitor]

    Not real sure

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    zabooty

    DINOSAURS—are AWESOME!!! That is why everybody loved the first Jurassic Park Movie. It broke down a cool theory behind Dino DNA and how scientists were able to take it from fossilized mosquitoes to engineer the species rebirth. WOW—cool idea Mr Crichton. Then let Mr. Spielberg take over and you’ve got yourself one of the most EPIC movies of the Decade! It did well at the box office so that means there had to be a sequel or two. Anybody who knows anything about the movies knows that sequels are a money-making gimmick for the studios. In this instance the gamble paid off to a tune of $984,538,999.00! Friends, that is nearly a billion dollars that the two Jurassic Park sequels pulled in. The craze then faded. The studio made their money and it was on to the next thriller for them. We as the fans weren’t done yet. It took 14 years of boredom for Mr. Trevorrow to work with some other wonderful talents to bring us Jurassic World. Again…WOW! The fourth installment in the franchise has brought in over $1,600,000,000.00 so far. Now Jurassic World II is available at your local video retailer — and its good. It has already brought in 1.3 billion for the studio. Okay, I’m almost done. The Franchise isn’t though. Jurassic World III is to be released on the same day as the first Jurassic Park was twenty-eight years later on June 11th 2021. Its budget is only 93 million now. That could and probably will change by the time production is done. So far the franchise has made over 4.5 billion. My favorite as with most others in this forum was the first Jurassic Park.

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    Dave [visitor]

    The first one. Finally put my imagination from reading the book to the big screen

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    Christina [visitor]

    Definitely the first!

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    Rande [visitor]

    The original movie

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    rkosully

    The original is my favorite. So much fun!

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    NancyInSC [visitor]

    The original movie

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    Eric Diamond [visitor]

    Jurassic Park