The dinosaurs are here, are you ready for them? Jurassic world is making us love the dinosaurs or be scary or them. The new movie is out, what do you think about that, Do you love it or hate it? Scream us with your review and let us know what do you think.
I remember how wonderful were the first two movies, lets check what the people think around the world about it.
Reviews Jurassic World
“Not bad but not great ether – just another Jurassic show instead of going to see real animals in zoo. Real thing is not exciting any more – now must be bigger and more dangerous or extraordinary or unbelievable. Like me all this superheroes movies. Just here dinosaurs are “superheroes” to see. Some silly things there but just as show it is part of this – Update after second watch – there is so much of silliness in this movie and actions what just show bad writing and poor scene constructing making me lowering the rate to 3 from 4 stars. Maybe 3.5 ”
“Great movie, if a bit slow in the beginning.
In many ways it feels like a detective crime thriller with a slow building story than an all out action flick. I think that makes it better than previous iterations. It’s actually very clever in many places and appeals on an intellectual level. Really the most negative thing I can really say is that taking 10 minutes of talking out near the start would make it a 5 star film just by speeding it up a little bit. But you could argue that it’s the foundation for everything that comes later.
There are also many scenes thrown in for almost no other reason than it looks cool. This is ok. Let yourself get carried away. The on screen depiction and feel of what it must have been like for the dinosaurs to walk the Earth is worth the admission.
The story makes sense. The bad guys are believable. The good guys are believable. The token minorities, I mean supporting cast, are not too distracting. The preachy bits about saving the animals didn’t make me want to stab my eyes out. The Canto Bight scene was only a minute, not twenty. Trevorrow has done good work on this and for science students is a nice ethics reminder that just because we can do something doesn’t mean we should. Yup, good movie.”
” This movie is fantastic. The more you suspend yourselves from the hate that everyone else is pulling from their asses because they didn’t like the trailers, There’s a better chance that you’ll have a good time in the theater, and some critics are doing that, and I applaud them for it. What I’m doing now, is a good representation of what you should be doing. Avoid any types of reviews, unless they’re yours, because it is their opinions, not yours. I’m totally looking forward to this movie, and my general consensus for this movie is 10/10, as much as I’ve seen.”
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“Since I despised the last movie, a piece of garbage more resembling a Roadrunner cartoon than anything one could even remotely imagine happening, you can safely assume I have NOT been waiting for this one with bated breath. What an insult to Jurassic Park (all others really sucked in comparison, IMHO), which was exciting, funny, well-acted and original, thanks in no small part to the brilliant mind of writer Dr. Michael Crichton. I will not, will NOT make the same mistake as with the last movie, Jurassic Whatever It Was, and plunk down hard-earned money to see lazy, sloppy movie-making.”
It’s been three years since theme park and luxury resort Jurassic World was destroyed by dinosaurs out of containment. Isla Nublar now sits abandoned by humans while the surviving dinosaurs fend for themselves in the jungles. When the island’s dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event. Owen is driven to find Blue, his lead raptor who’s still missing in the wild, and Claire has grown a respect for these creatures she now makes her mission. Arriving on the unstable island as lava begins raining down, their expedition uncovers a conspiracy that could return our entire planet to a perilous order not seen since prehistoric times.