Attributes: Movie Reviews

Director: Colin Trevorrow
Cast: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D'Onofrio, Ty Simpkins, Nick Robinson, Omar Sy, B. D. Wong, and Irrfan Khan.
Leaner! Meaner! And maybe a bit too smart! The Dinosaurs have indeed roared back to life! So much so, that I can blatantly state that before Jurassic World, no movie has come even remotely close to the 1993 classic, making for a crazy summer attraction that actually works!
As a Jurassic Executive in the movie rightly says, "Nobody's impressed by a dinosaur anymore, consumers want them Bigger. Louder. With more teeth". The movie is simply about deliverance on that very statement, unveiling their new attraction; A man made beast - Indominus Rex. Don't get into the "Whys", "Whats", "Idiots"; For, that is bound to take the charm off this chaos of a movie.
Jurassic Park, was always ahead of its time with glorious graphics and visualisations; With cutting edge graphics of the modern day JURASSIC WORLD, certainly exceeds the former in terms of smoother effects and gadgets, making it worth your money.
Onto the essentials of the movie; You can't expect the basics to be changed cause they haven't. You are about to follow two kids, Gray (Ty Simpkins) and his teenage brother, Zach (Nick Robinson), on a roller-coaster of a journey (literally at times), with trainer Owen (Chris Pratt) to watch them, while their aunt Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) "watches" over them, while the Rex creates havoc all about.
Chris Pratt, takes a break from his Charming Self that he could easily play from his time in "Parks & Recreation" to his latest, "Guardians of the Galaxy", to play a gruff role which seems wasted. One of the surprise packages come in the form of Jake Johnson, who plays Lowery, a heroic 'tech expert'. There is your usual Government Official who has sinister plans of his own in Hoskins, rightfully played by Vincent D'Onofrio.
Loads of scenes in the movie are replicas with slight tweaks here & there, maybe they are a tribute to the classic or maybe the story writer was not creative enough; Nevertheless, all of it is laid out with great skill & energy, making JURASSIC WORLD a worthy attraction this weekend, that is bound to entertain, if not scare - for which I give it 3 Shors on 5. Cheers.
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