I was literally dying to see Jurassic World. Unlike the other movies in the Jurassic franchise, this movie did not focus on a few people. It focused on hundreds. Although you will not see teens and children being eaten, there is a scene where many have been attacked and chewed on. Personally (remember this is a movie and I wouldn’t want it to happen in real life) I sort of wanted Ty Simpkins to get eaten and hear the bones crush and the blood squirting out as he screamed and was swallowed, slowly. Luckily for all of us that did not happen, I have to say however, they do have his scent. The fear he showed was so realistic, if he ever went back they would remember him, yummy.
Ingen must be the biggest conglomerate in the world, because again they will file bankruptcy, not so with the film’s creators! This movie was also different in another way… there was a love story going on at the same time, lucky Chris Pratt. Kissy kissy, sorta reminded me of an Indiana Jones love connection, however this one seemed more appropriate, not stopping in the middle of the movie where hell is breaking loose and have a kissing scene, thank goodness.
The photography was excellent and except for one scene with the giant fishy thing and a pterodactyl ? or other birdlike creature, and they are both eating a human, photography and CGI were over the top. Chris Pratt played a new role as an amateur Raptor Whisperer, learning how to train them to do what he wants. That didn’t end up too well either.
Now the star of the show was the D-Trex. It was bigger than a normal T-Rex, and had more abilities because the genetic labs put DNA from several species, making this D-Trex deadlier than anything you could imagine. I won’t tell you what they put in it for now because it would spoil it.
In a theme park with hundreds of pterodactyls loose, a D-Trex loose, and a bunch of half trained Raptors loose, you can expect more people dying than ever before. As before they never really gave closeups, they didn’t want it to be too bloody and get an R or X rating I suppose, but for most it was bloody enough (not as bloody as SAW and movies like it though).
Was it different than its predecessors? You bet it was, and a movie you will want to see over and over again.