Jurassic Park again rules the box office, which seems perfectly reasonable

Because we live in a perfectly normal world and everything is fine right now, the top spot at the box office this weekend went to 1993’s Jurassic Park. Over the Father’s Day weekend, it apparently played at 230 theaters—mostly drive-ins, as is completely ordinary—pulling in over half a million dollars. Its $517.6 million haul was reportedly just enough to give it a narrow lead over the $516.3 weekend of its obvious competition: 1975’s likewise dusty Steven Spielberg blockbuster, Jaws. Only makes sense.

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