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Thursday, 11 June 2015

Jurassic World Movie Review: Predictable but still entertains

Jurassic Park is a classic, thanks to Steven Spielberg and every 90s kids were amused when we saw the mammoth extinct animal (Dinosaurs) became immortal in front of our eyes and the stunning VFX gave goose-bumps to every audience of early 90s.

May be, today’s kids or youngsters would find the above description bit exaggeration because of the advanced CG works prevail but back then it was an out-of-the world experience.

Just like any other Jurrasic Park series here(Jurassic World) too , we see Dinosaurs with awe and our jaws are unintentionally wide open, especially when Indominus (Antagonist or the deadly dinosaur) ferociously waits for its prey and tear the human body apart—the edge of the seat moment was very much there but ‘something’ is missing.

What’s that ‘something’? Director Colin Trevorrow used the same Spielberg strategy to accelerate the tension and there is nothing unique from him so there comes the predictability but still this film is all about entertainment and the breathtaking Jurassic world experience which could be experienced for sure.
Zach and Gray

The two kids Gray (Ty Simpkins) and Zach (Nick Robinson) look cute on the screen and whenever they get into a trap, our heart goes to them. Needless to say Bryce Dallas Howard is hot and cute that you can’t take your eyes off, Chirs Patt is a bad-ass ass Gray said in a scene.

Overall, Jurassic Park is one time watchable for yesteryear kids and the present adults while it might still entertain the present kids, take them along with you so that they could see the world which you saw with priceless amusement.

Verdict- Predictable but still entertains, after all Jurassic World is an experience!


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