ByMatthew Chapman, writer at
Male. Australian. Nerd. Twitter: shuey1984
Matthew Chapman

Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar now features a fully functioning dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as originally envisioned by John Hammond. After 10 years of operation and visitor rates declining, in order to fulfill a corporate mandate, a new attraction is created to re-spark visitors' interest, which backfires horribly.

Why the f*ck are people still going to these parks!

Also, it’s always the bloody scientists, rich people and just plain idiots that are the reasons these disasters happen!

If these scientists are going to play around with genetics, why not make all these dinosaurs herbivores to eliminate the risk?

In these types of movies, I'm always on the side of the animals/creatures and could care less about the stupid humans, especially with most of them thinking animals aren’t smart and can’t learn anything, and it’s exactly like this in Jurassic World.

Although I didn’t expect much with the story, we’ve seen this before, it was still enjoyable to watch but still was predictable in the other story lines aside form the dinosaurs escaping; for example the side stories of some of the main characters.

The movie did have an awesome cast including of course, Chris Pratt, who I’m glad that they didn’t try to overuse given his popularity since Guardians of The Galaxy. Massive kudos to Bryce Dallas Howard for all the running she did in those heels.

I’m actually quite surprised at the amount of references to the first Jurassic Park; I expected at least one but there were quite a few and not ones that were thrown in your face either.

I’ll be interested to see the story for, the inevitable, sequel because who is going to go to another park?

An enjoyable, entertaining movie that I will see again in the cinemas and will definitely be an addition to my bluray collection.


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