John Hammond: There is no doubt that our attractions will drive kids out of their minds.
Dr. Alan Grant: What are those?
Dr. Ellie Sattler: Small versions of adults, honey.
An interesting tidbit; in the book, Ian Malcolm actually dies in the end, even making reference to loading his dead body onto a plane to transport it home. He was then miraculously brought back for the sequel, saying early in the book "rumours of my death have been greatly exaggerated", to bring the books more in line with the movies. See more...
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Jurassic Park (1993) - 27 revealing errors
When Grant is trying to save the two grandchildren in the over-turned Jeep, the T-Rex returns and surprises them. Grant holds the girl and tells her not to move. The Rex then starts smelling around and blows Grant's hat off. Well if you watch closely, you can see that the air that blows Grant's hat off doesn't come from the T-Rex, it comes from something under the Rex.
When Alan and Lex are holding on to the cable, fearful of the Explorer that is about to come tumbling down at them, you'll notice that the car, if it had been filmed at the same time the actors where there, would have cut off Sam Neill's leg. Lex grabbed the wire in time but Sam doesn't move his leg enough.