In 1993, Steven Spielberg directed a little movie based on a little book written by Michael Crichton. This movie, Jurassic Park, took its $63 million budget and grossed well over $900 million worldwide. Following its release, it surpassed another Spielberg film-E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial-as the most successful film to date. In addition, it spawned several famous scenes and made the neurosis of Jeff Goldblum and Velociraptors popular for one unforgettable summer. On Monday night, you can catch it at The Troc in Philly for $3.

You know the routine by now. Get there before 7 for free beer and popcorn as you watch one of the early ‘90’s films where Sam Jackson dies. That’s not really a spoiler because he’s not a major character and even if you were born in ’93, you gotta know something about Jurassic Park. Right?

Jurassic Park (1993)
Monday, October 3
6:30 p.m. (doors)
The Trocadero
1003 Arch St., Philadelphia
Tickets $3