Jurassic World (2015) Review

Jurassic WorldNearly 22 years to the day of the release of Jurassic Park, a third sequel has hit movie screens. Jurassic World, almost as much a reboot as it is a sequel, begins with Isla Nublar – the site of the previous three films – having finally been turned into a fully operational and successful dinosaur-filled theme park.

Everything has been running smoothly for the last 10 years but attendance has plateaued. In order to spur renewed interest in the park, now named Jurassic World, inGen management has decided to begin creating new species of dinosaurs through DNA manipulation. Based on focus group research, which seems to indicate that the public prefers large, carnivorous dinosaurs, the company creates Indominus Rex, a 50 foot long predator that dwarves the first film’s big dinosaur, Tyrannosaurus Rex. The company, however, does not reveal the source of the new dinosaur’s genetic material. As one might expect from a Jurassic Park sequel, this does not bode well for the park’s guests.

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