The Raptors they made up for Jurassic Park are nearly identical to the Utahraptor. The fun part is that the Utahraptor was first discovered AFTER the fictional ones in the film were used.
The misconception that the Raptors in Jurassic Park comes from a now changed classification. In the Jurassic Park books, the Raptors were the species Deinonychus, which at the time were classified as a kind of Velociraptor, as most of the raptors were classified as such even if they weren't of the Velociraptor species.
So when the films came around, they used the terminology from the books, even though it wasn't accurate at the time, and the kind of Raptor they ended up using turned up AFTER they used it.
So, like, maybe Steven Spielberg invented a new kind of Dinosaur, and God liked it so much he added it back 65 million years ago? Yeah, I'm going to go with that, because it makes ALL the sense. Yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup.