Jurassic World-Review

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 10:  Film star Nick Robinson with a fan at the Jurassic World Gates at New York Comic Con in celebration of the upcoming Blu-ray and DVD release at Jacob Javits Center on October 10, 2015 in New York City.  (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for Universal Pictures Home Entertainment)

Colin Trevor row have directed and Steven Spielberg have produced the long-awaited installment of ground breaking Jurassic Park series, Jurassic World. The epic action-adventure based on characters created by Michael Crichton.

The film is a scornful commentary on how corporate moneybags are running the game and showing scenes where kids are seen riding baby dinosaurs or when that most majestic of beasts, T Rex, is reduced to a performing monkeys. Movie is about a fully functioning 10 years old dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as initially projected by John Hammond. As visitor rates declining, in order to fulfill a corporate directives, a new sensation is being shown to be created. By quickly turns into a monster movie with an escaped super killer dinosaur that was created by merging of DNA of other prehistoric creatures for bringing spectators interest to maximum level, which flops totally.

Billionaire owner Sam (Irfan Khan) Irfan’s character is a true heir of John Hammond. He understands that in order to amuse people with some attractions, they need to have scientific creativity.¬†While the 3D beasts are undeniably impressive, their human counterparts remain resolutely two-dimensional thanks to a script that mistakes tone-deaf jump. Only Chris Pratt plays pretty much the only likable hero character in the entire film and pretty much the only character with some brains in his head.¬†Pratt gets over shadowed by the dinosaurs once the bloody carnage begins but it is being said that worse, the thumbnail-sketch characters like endangered kids, and parenthood unready adults remind us how much more fully formalized were their forerunners in the 1993 scripted plot.The whole movie is so bright and colorful, there is no drama or excitement with the rating of 7.2 at IMDB. No death scenes just blood on the wall, friendly raptors and T-Rex fight among humans, and the changing of loyalties at the flip of a switch by the raptors. Characters overall are generic, and there are numerous one line jokes, so many running to nowhere, which makes a viewer to lose his/her concentration.

Original predecessor’s excellence in their character development and story-line exceedingly underwhelms this edition.As per viewers, it is a long and gruesome movie that just makes you feel bad and boring.

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