Jurassic World is summer blockbuster season’s first major release and it definitely doesn’t disappoint. Jaw–dropping visual effects, breathtaking action sequences and surprises at every turn make it a spectacle which cannot be missed.
Jurassic World takes us back into the thrice-deserted theme park in modern times, now fully functional and equipped with the latest technology; it has scores of visitors and everything runs perfectly. Yet in an attempt to maintain interest, park scientists create their own dinosaur, intelligent, strong and built to shock. Naturally it escapes and chaos ensues; rugged raptor trainer Owen (Chris Pratt) and pristine head of park operations Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) must work together to contain the hybrid dinosaur and save the guests trapped with it on the island.
Providing both comic relief and daring heroics is Pratt, who is perfectly cast in this all-American cowboy role, with his beloved raptors replacing horses. Dallas Howard is equally good as Claire, the woman pulled from her office into the wilderness still wearing her high heels. The fiery chemistry between them makes their romance a worthy one to root for throughout.
But of course the real stars of the film are the dinosaurs and the stunning visual effects. As before in the series, the dinosaurs are ingeniously created, and intensely believable. Their interaction with the characters is flawlessly done and leaves no hint of their post-production. The action scenes keep you on the edge of your seat, practically willing the actors towards safety.
For die-hard Jurassic Park fans there are cameos and plenty of references to enjoy but also enough thrills and surprises to please new audiences too. Jurassic World is Jurassic Park‘s best sequel to date, it is a masterfully made blockbuster that will keep both young and old viewers entertained and it is truly setting the standard for this summer’s selection.
Jurassic World is released nationwide on 11th June 2015.
Watch the trailer for Jurassic World here:.
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