Jurassic World

Jurassic World

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Directed by : Colin Trevorrow

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Set 22 years after the horrific events of the original "Jurassic Park", Steven Spielberg brings the long-awaited sci-fi terror adventure - Jurassic World!


“Don't compare it to the original and you'll have a blast in this dinosaur dominated world! ”

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Chris Pratt

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A monster worth the kill!

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If I were to write about 10 reasons why you must watch Jurassic World this weekend, I could go on and on. But if I were asked even one reason why you should not, honestly I can't think of one.

Jurassic World was made to remind us that we are such a tiny part of this world. (Just modifying a dialogue from the film.) But well, it stands true to every word. After all, whether we admit it or not, man creates his own monsters.

The film is not just reminiscent of all the dinosaur theories that you've heard of as a child, but also a nostalgic trip for a whole generation that was first wowed by this dinosaur film franchise.

Filmmaking is a tough, creative and a highly engaging job with hundreds of people trying to get their act right to give you the best of their performance. All the intention and creation of Jurassic World reflects this idea all the way through.

The plot begins with Zac (Nik Robinson) and Gray (Ty Simpkins) heading to the Isla Nublar, a Costa Rican island to spend time with their Aunt Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) who works for the dinosaur theme park- Jurassic World. Claire and Dr. Masrani (Irrfan Khan) are waiting to launch the new attraction at the park- a wilder, scarier, intelligent hybrid dinosaur 'Indominus rex' to attract newer audiences. As Claire says, "Dinosaurs don't attract people anymore." So well, they are all set to create 'the real shit'.

And... they succeed. Indominus Rex is highly intelligent. Grown in a solitary captivated environment it loses out on social grooming which makes him unsafe as an attraction. To test his preparedness, Claire gets Owen (Chris Pratt) on board, who well, knows how to train his raptors (dinosaurs). By the time Owen gets a look of this new hybrid, it has gotten dangerous enough to hamper the rest of the park. On the other hand, Hoskins (Vincent D'Onofrio) wants to take advantage of the situation and showcase the raptors as the ultimate war machine.

Indominus gets out of the containment and rampages the park. What follows next is a mad mad ride of dinosaurs rushing around, some for life some to take life. Jurassic Park needs to be protected from this monster that they created and the mission is on Owen while everyone else is busy protecting themselves and nursing their fears. It's Dinosaurs-vs-Dinosaurs.

Mind you, this one's not just a Dinosaur attraction, it is a Dinosaur Adventure trip for most.

Starting with the film, the story is quite predictable by the standards of Hollywood disasters films. In fact, it's on the similar lines as the previous installments of the film. The speed slows down in portions too. But the making will leave you stunned nonetheless.

Watching the film, especially in IMAX 3D will leave you edged to your sit (I told you, it's going to be crazy).

This one's a film that will keep your eyes fixated on the screen, making it difficult to get your mind off it. Not the best one, but indeed a technological gigantic represantion of Michael Crichton's creation.

Watch it twice, not once. 'Cuz this one's not just a film, it's an experience.

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