A movie review by moviereviewsetc.com
View official site
The movie is set in the present day where the theme park of John Hammond is doing good business and is already in operation for several years. Visitors to the park can touch the dinosaurs like a kid would pet an animal in a petting zoo.
Like most businesses, the park is pressed to come up with new species of dinosaurs to attract more visitors and keep the profits rolling. The scientists at the park came up with a hybrid type and this is where the problem started. The hybrid dinosaur wreck havoc to the island park.
Jurassic World is your typical summer blockbuster movie; it is action packed with lots of jaw dropping special effects but thin on plot and story. The main characters are boring, 2 dimensional and there was no character development; the real stars are the dinosaurs and most probably this is what the producers intended to rake in the profits in selling merchandise.
Production design is magnificent with the dinosaurs looking so real and with the park island visually appealing. However the plot is almost non-existent and very formulaic and predictable with some scenes unrealistic; executive Claire Dealing running with high heels on. Jurassic World has some entertainment value with the production design and jaw dropping special effects but nothing else.
It stars Chris Pratt as Owen Grady, Bryce Dallas Howard as park executive Claire Dealing, Vincent D’Onofrio as bad guy Vic Hoskins and directed by Colin Trevorrow.
© Copyright 2015 moviereviewsetc