Twenty two years after the incident at Jurassic Park, Colin Trevorrow’s movie takes us back to Isla Nublar which is now a fully functioning dinosaur theme park. The dino-attraction created by novelist Michael Crichton, which has been given an unparalleled gloss by director Steven Spielberg – has been rejuvenated and elevated for a fourth movie, after the trilogy. Read the Jurassic World movie review to see if you would want to watch this one….
While watching the movie, you will find lot that will seem familiar – Odd couple protagonists Sam Neill and Laura Dern before; now, Chris Pratt as former-Navy animal whisperer Owen Grady and Bryce Dallas Howard as no-nonsense corporate darling Claire Dearing and the children Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins, who force the adults to put aside their differences for the greater good.
The Jurassic World, according to CinemaBlend is managed by Claire, a successful careerist woman, and owned by flamboyant entrepreneur Masrani (Irrfan Khan), who has taken over InGen and has fulfilled John Hammond’s original vision for the island. The lab supremo Dr Henry Wu (BD Wong) created the terrifying Indominus Rex, who watched over by the sinister military consultant Hoskins (Vincent D’Onofrio) has increase the footfall of visitors in the park. The attractions in the park which include a petting zoo with baby triceratops! — capture the imagination showcased by Steven Spielberg during his tenure.
The most interesting thing which the movie hold — bringing dinosaurs back to life using DNA found in blood from mosquitoes that were themselves found in petrified amber, with this you can only hope for the best.
Unfortunately the company investors are in search for bigger and scarier things to wow visitors and bring in more money. But would these dinosaurs remain in their paddock or would make these people realize how intelligent and aggressive they are?
In the meanwhile dealing with Masrain and I-Rex Dearing neglects her nephews Gray and Zach who are visiting the park for the first time and when everything is out of control, Claire realizes her real concern in Jurassic World.
So the question lies – ‘Is Jurassic World better than Jurassic Park?’
The answer to question is: It’s better than The Lost World and Jurassic Park 3; nevertheless nothing could top the original.
If you are a fan of the earlier films, you will be pleased to see numerous throwbacks to the originals. And there are several other surprise references along the way. You might have to go back and watch the original Jurassic Park.
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