Watch: Improv Everywhere Does 'Jurassic Park' & 'Back to the Future'

November 5, 2013
Source: Improv Everywhere

Improv Everywhere - Jurassic Park

Back in October, Improv Everywhere took to Philadelphia for their Movies in Real Life series and recreated the iconic running scene from Rocky. Now the improv troupe is back with two more installments, using two of the most popular blockbusters of all-time. The first is Back to the Future, where the group headed to a public plaza in Manhattan, featuring the annoying "Save the Clock Tower" woman interrupting a chat between Marty and Jennifer, until a bigger interruption comes in the form of Doc Brown in a DeLorean telling them that there's been an interruption in the space-time continuum, and you'll see what happens.

Here's Improv Everywhere's tribute to Back to the Future from their YouTube channel:

And here's another recent episode where they are looking for Jurassic Park:

As you can see in the second video, the group rounded up a Jeep with all the proper paint and decals to look like it came straight from Isla Nublar, complete with Ian Malcoln, Alan Grant and Ellie Sattler as passengers. They drive around New York City trying to find Jurassic Park, but no one seems to know where it's at. But then they finally stumble upon a real dinosaur, and John Hammond welcomes them. Fun stuff?

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DAVIDPD on Nov 5, 2013


So stupid. I'd rather watch Hank the Angry Dwarf jumping out of a suitcase.

txJM on Nov 5, 2013


well that wasnt funny at all

Christian Good on Nov 6, 2013

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