Title Of The Film: Jurassic World
Year It Came Out: 2015
Genre: Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy
The Director(s): Colin Trevorrow
Lead Actors: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D’Onofrio, Judy Greer, Omar Sy, Jake M. Johnson, Nick Robinson, Lauren Lapkus, Katie McGrath, Ty Simpkins, B.D.Wong, Irrfan Khan, Brian Tee, Andy Buckley, Kelly Washington
I know this has been out for some time now but for those of you who haven’t seen it and have been thinking do I, don’t I? I have made this review for you. If you were like me and have been waiting years and years for this, I had to see it and I was pretty excited to watch this.
For those who don’t know, this is the fourth in the series of Jurassic films. Jurassic World is a luxury resort, that provides a habitat for genetically engineered dinosaurs. This becomes a bit of a problem though when they create the indominus rex. The indominus rex ends up escaping, which sets of a chain reaction that causes other dinosaurs to run riot. Now its up to the Jurassic world team to save two young brothers and the rest of the tourists, from a prehistoric assault. Little did they know how big of a challenge they were facing.
This is a good film, I thought it was going to be better but it was still good. The effects were brilliant and made it a whole lot better visually, compared to the other three. The actors did a good job too, and when I watched Guardians Of The Galaxy I said that we’d be seeing more of him and that’s exactly what we’re doing now. He was definitely the star of the film when it came to acting.
What I didn’t like was the amount of advertising that was involved. Brand after brand after brand, I spotted at least six different advertisements. Also there was a few bits where I thought were quite similar to the first film in the series so that was a bit disappointing too. However there’s been a lot of improvement since the last films, I just it didn’t need that much in your face advertising and some bits were repetitive from the first film.
My Film Rating: 8/10