22 years after the original Jurassic Park failed. After years of studying genetics, the scientists on the park genetically engineer a new breed of dinosaurs. A new theme park is built on the original site of Jurassic Park, the new park (also known as Jurassic World) is open for business. Everything is going well until the park’s newest attraction–a genetically modified giant stealth killing machine–escapes containment and goes on a killing spree. – Universal Pictures
If you have not seen the Movie yet, this review would be the only thing left! Lets start with the obvious, Jeff Goldblum is not in this sequel after the 3rd addition to Jurassic Park I and Lost World were the most memorable of the Jurassic Franchise as is now but the Jurassic world brought back the excitement and little mundae child memories most have about the Jurassic stories. Its a big job to fill the shoes of the previous producer Steven Spilberg and actor Jeff Goldblum but Chris Pratt did his best.
While the set up is predictable as well as it’s outcome, the movie still provides a fun two hours of distraction. The problem however is that outside of Chris Pratt, whose playing an intelligent variation of his swagger character from ” Guardians” No one in this movie is very interesting or likable with the slight exception of Vincent D’Onofrio, who can read a phone book and make it interesting. The script is cringe worthy in a lot of places and while technology has come very far from the original, good storytelling is far and few between. “Jurassic World” still does manage to offer a lot of scary moments of sheer terror and does provide some comic relief, which is a huge step up from the last movie of the series(Jurassic Park 3). The CGI effect and cinematographic play were excellent and if there was one thing that took the review team by suprise, it was that.
All in all, it’s a decent ride that somewhat redeems the Jurassic Park series but they need shoot higher next time other than creating a decent follow up sequel to this addition.
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