The plot of the 1993 blockbuster has been used by North Tyneside Council as it urged people to stick to social distancing rules.
The American science fiction adventure tells the story of an entrepreneur who opens a wildlife park containing cloned dinosaurs, but it all goes wrong.
The council used the film to teach people about social distancing measures.
It comes after the Government relaxed rules designed to slow the spread of coronavirus.
From mid May, the rules were relaxed meaning people in England can sunbathe in their local parks, exercise as much as they want and drive to other destinations to do so.
"Cautionary tale – might be a true story, probably not," the council tweeted.
"In 1993 John Hammond (could have been Richard, can never remember) created a brand new theme park. It was going to be the theme park to end all other theme parks."
Recounting the rest of the story in a series of tweets, the council told how this resulted in pandemonium as the dinosaurs escaped.
It finished with "And just because you CAN do something, doesn’t mean you SHOULD."