What the 1993's classic film did to the parents, Jurassic World tries to bring the same effect in their kids too! Even if Jurassic World doesn't come close to recapturing the magic of the original hit which shattered box office records in 1993, the movie is going to be a blockbuster considering the Part II and III which were lacking the thrill.
The dinosaurs are back and this time, they are bigger, heavier
and scarier. After a long wait of 22 years, the gigantic dinosaurs
are back on the big screen and fans had a lot of expectations from
this adventure film. "No one's impressed with dinosaurs anymore," is what manager Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) tells in the
fourth installment of the film. So the attempt to bring back the
interest is not only desperate, but gripping too!
Jurassic World is all set to give jitters to their audiences
with the most ferocious and close-to-real characters.
More than 20 years after the Isla Nublar disaster in Costa Rican
isle, the former Jurassic Park re-opens as a multi-billion dollar
theme park which has genetically modified dino-hybrids to attract
tourists and increase business. The park is like a resort with a
luxurious Hilton Hotel (thanks to the branding). Spielberg after
the disaster Jurassic Park II and II waited for two decades to make
this expensive film which is much better than the last two from the
Greed makes Simon Masrani (Irrfan Khan) the Indian billionaire who
inherited Isla Nublar from the late John Hammond (Richard Attenborough), acquire
more genetically hybrid dinosaurs, who are dangerous too.
Former Hammond geneticist Dr. Henry Wu (BD Wong) develops a new
hybrid dinosaur breed known as the Indominus Rex (Verizon Wireless
Indominus Rex), made from T-Rex DNA. Unfortunately, the lab
experiment goes wrong, thus creating a giant dinosaur who turns the
antagonist in the film.
Everyone including two young brothers teen (Nick
Robinson) and his dino-obsessed younger brother (Ty Simpkins)
is happy at the theme park as they visit to see the specimens.
However, the newest breed, Indominus Rex has gone out of control
and escapes into the park, leaving the visitors terrified.
Enters former Navy-man Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and his specially
trained but highly unpredictable Velociraptors who try to do it
their way to get a control of the R-Rex. The ending of the film is
a little dragged and can make you irritated.
Acting: Bryce Dallas Howard has given her best
but the whole credit goes to Chris Pratt. The young actor has given
a mind blowing performance which has kept us gripped throughout the
movie. He was charismatic, had the ruggedness which was required
for this role and not to forget, not too loud to panic like we saw
in other films from the series.
Although the Steven Spielberg's new film has not been up to the higher rather too much higher expectations we had after waiting for decades, Jurassic World is dangerous and worth watching. New technology and a new set of gadgets used on the sets are one of the added attractions. This movie takes you deeper into the mystery and unfolds the unknown facts.