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Jurassic World (2015)

Jurassic World (2015)


Chris Pratt
Bryce Dallas Howard
Nick Robinson
Ty Simpkins

Directed by Colin Trevorrow

I must be honest I wasn’t blown away by this movie, in fact I didn’t think it is any way as cool as people say it is. The visual effects were great though, but if I want to be blown away by visual effect mastery and the evolution of it I will go watch the making of Matrix.

I have seen the first film lately, and I thank God this is a continuation not a reboot, because this would have been (in my view) a failed reboot.

Steven Spielberg stepped back from directing to be an executive producer in this movie, just like he did in the third. In this 2015 continuation Colin Trevorrow (whom I do not know much about) stood up to direct, and I bet he would be remembered for this, as the movie is breaking financial records in the box office.

Now, 22 years after the original Jurassic Park (1993) failed a new and improved park is created and open to the public.

The park draws 10s of thousands who enjoy the idea of seeing how life was when the dinosaurs reigned. The genetical scientists in the park went one step further and created a new monster called the Indominus Rex (a hybrid Dinosaur which is very intelligent and psychotic in nature).

The park owners planned to unveil this new hybrid to the public hoping it will be a main attraction. Things went horribly wrong when the dinosaur escapes and went on rampage killing humans and dinosaurs alike for sport.

The Indominus Rex is the villain in this movie.

The sound editing and the musical score of this movie is wonderful, the actors too were good enough to carry this movie through, although I didn’t quite enjoy Bryce Dallas Howard.

I think the noise of this film blinds many to the total inadequacy of the script to deliver a water tight presentation of people who after 3 movies depicting the horrible things that can happen in a park full of dinosaurs still always want to go back.
The movie is plagued with too much coincidence to be taken seriously:
-   It just so happens that out of the 10,000 kids in that park the one who gets involved with the Indominus Rex is related to one of the high-class people who run the park.

-     She then happens to be in a form of relationship with a bad ass Chuck Norris (Chris Pratt) wannabe guy.

Many other coincidences happen in this film but sharing them will be dropping spoilers.

The movie is ok for viewing, but it is not a great movie.


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