#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Twenty-two years after the original Jurassic Park failed, the new park, also known as Jurassic World, is open for business. After years of studying genetics, the scientists on the park genetically engineer a new breed of dinosaur, the Indominus Rex. When everything goes horribly wrong, will our heroes make it off the island?
Plot: Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar now features a fully functioning dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as originally envisioned by John Hammond.
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Overall action packed movie… But there should be more puzzles in the climax… But I really love the movie…. Excellent…
**Jurassic World: A Jurassic Disappointment**
As a fan of the Jurassic Park franchise, especially the first movie, I am quite disappointed with Jurassic World. I was honestly super stoked for the long-awaited sequel to Jurassic Park, but in the end, the movie lacked the charm and mysticism from Jurassic Park. From poorly-developed characters (with the exception of Chris Pratt’s Owen Grady) to idiotic plot elements, Jurassic World’s only saving grace is the fact that it’s a sequel to Jurassic Park.
The dinosaurs honestly look awful and pale in comparison to the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park. The CGI is so obvious and doesn’t look realistic at all. Jurassic Park found the right balance of practical effects and computer-generated imagery, giving viewers the feeling that the dinosaurs feel so life-like. Jurassic World basically uses minimal practical effects in favor of CGI galore. It’s sad that a 1993 movie has better CGI than a movie made in 2015.
Claire and her nephews Gray and Zach, are cheap imitations of John Hammond and his grandchildren Tim and Lex. Claire is primarily motivated by greed and exploiting the dinosaurs. Hoskins just wants to use the dinosaurs as military weapons. Dr. Henry Wu is a bit more antagonistic, revealed to be secretly creating hybrids for Hoskins as military weapons. The only character that’s given some form of development is Owen Grady, played by Star-Lord a.k.a Chris Pratt. His motivations are for researching Velociraptor behavior and actually treats the dinosaurs like living creatures and not just exploited science experiments. Honestly the only redeeming factor throughout the entire movie.
The Indominus Rex tricks the personnel into thinking it’s escaped confinement by clawing away at the top of its enclosure. They somehow believe the dinosaur escaped, but wouldn’t security be alerted right away? The enclosure doesn’t come equipped with bells and whistles? To much surprise (not), the Indominus is actually inside the enclosure with them. This idiotic plot choice allows the Indominus to escape.
Zack and Grey revisiting the original site of Jurassic Park brought back so many nostalgic memories of Jurassic Park. One of the best moments of the entire movie, absolutely loved when they picked up the Jurassic Park banner and the goggles used by Tim. But what killed the moment was when they managed to get the original Jeep started. It’s been sitting for over 20 years, non-operational. But for plot convenience, they learned how to fix vehicles previously.
I thought the assault upon the park attendees by the pterosaurs was chilling, swooping up people in the process. Gave a sense of terror that you could actually feel. One of those people being Zara, Claire’s assistant. She is attacked by a pteranodon and then eventually eaten alive by the mosasaurus. Her death was just way too drawn out and totally undeserving. A death like this should have been reserved for the villain.
The final battle between the Indominus Rex and Owen’s pack of surviving Velociraptor brought me back to the battle between the T-Rex and raptors in Jurassic Park. Then Claire brings out the T-Rex, the very same one from Jurassic Park, and manages to outrun the T-Rex IN HEELS. I was rooting for the T-Rex to win, then the Mosasaurus swoops up and drags the Indominus into the lagoon.
Though this movie attempts to bring back the Jurassic Park charm, it ultimately fails to capture that same magic. Unlike The Force Awakens, another similar movie that calls back to its roots, Jurassic World managed to be much worse than its source material. You feel no true connection to the characters or dinosaurs, the excitement factor is gone, and the music is not memorable at all.
My Rating: 5.5/10.0
Very fun to watch 10/10 recommend to see.
Loved it. I thought the movie was entertaining and thrilling. Stuck to the original recipe that made the first Jurassic Park movie so good, though they spiced it up with new features. E.I the Raptor’s and the new park toys etc. Chris Pratt was amazing in this. Their choice of actor was perfect and it makes me very enthused to see any new movies he will be apart of. The children cast was also incredible. Vincent Denofrio, once again the creep but of course is excellent at it. His character was a little one dimensional though. All-in-all I enjoyed the jump scares and the tense atmosphere the movie held and the fun vibrant feel throughout the movie. Very fun to watch 10/10 recommend to see.
a fun B movie with A-movie credentials
I look at Jurassic World and I end up holding it up to other movies that are out now as well as the original Jurassic Park and its sequels. It’s hard not to, when we live in a film world that gives us Godzilla (some decent monster action, practically non-existent humans) and the new Planet of the Apes films (which has two of this movie’s co-writers, and has arguably greater CGI/mo-cap and writing). What Colin Trevorrow and producer Steven Spielberg do here – and make no mistake, this is very much a Spielberg production – is try to give the monster-movie-CGI-heavy blockbuster a jump-start with things that are familiar as well as new creatures, new peril, and a much bigger park. This time it’s open, folks, and this place must have a helluva insurance premium.
You know the set up and what’ll happen as soon as you see the trailer, or just read the following sentence: the scientists in Jurassic World have ‘designed’ a dinosaur hybrid (we don’t know everything that’s in it, which is part of the mystery), and because it’s been in captivity all its life, it’s extra-dangerous and unfamiliar with the world around it. So, yes, in short, dinosaur breaks out, wreaks havoc, other dinosaurs spring loose, and the velociraptors are used to try and track this other big ‘Indominus Rex’ down. Yeah, wait, what? Jurassic World certainly delivers on the peril, on some clever lines and witty banter – especially between Chris Pratt, as the Navy-Seal turned raptor hunter, and businessy-turned-sorta-bad-ass Bryce Dallas-Howard – and there are some legitimately funny turns of the story. One such one is when a villain gets the perfunctory monologue about his “real” plans cut-off by another dinosaur. And when the dinosaur action really kicks in, mostly in the last third, it has some umph to it and is directed slickly and with some tension.
What the movie may be missing for me is a full-on ‘wow’ factor of it. For kids this movie may be the bees knees. For an adult, as I now am, it wasn’t very scary (no no, no ‘six-foot turkey’ comments for now). By this I mean, even though the action is well-staged and it has that solid, Spielberg-sense of direction where you always know where everyone is, the surprises feel genuine, and if there’s any excess it feels like it’s all in the brazen fun of what the Jurassic series is, when the suspense happens it kind of comes quickly, like the Rex attacks. Part of this for me is that, as good as the CGI is here, I miss the practical dinosaurs of the Stan Winston age. Only once is there a dinosaur that is actually *there* on the screen, and it’s for a moment where it would’ve been silly to have an animated one otherwise.
This isn’t to take away from how cool they do look, on the whole. There was never a moment where I thought any of the fakeness took away from the action. If anything the velociraptors, at least in close-up, look better than they ever have (in computer form, I should say). But this is a gripe that I couldn’t shake, and still put it a notch below what the WETA folks did with the Apes movies – perhaps more on par with the work in Godzilla last year. As for the humans on screen, they all have charismatic and interesting actors, including Irrfan Khan as the new John Hammond (this time he can work a helicopter). Do they all get dimensions? Some more than others; the kids here basically have two molds, with maybe just a hint of bonding over the course of their escape-from-dinosaur peril. And one of the stranger things is to see BD Wong here, the only carry-over from ‘Park’, now as a corrupted scientist-engineer. It’s like if I were to see Walter Peck in the upcoming Ghostbusters reboot: like, OK, cool, uh, hey again…
Jurassic World does its job better than the previous two sequels – there’s no real annoyances with the characters, or involving gymnastics or whatever – and is worthy of a matinée, adults and kids included. The best it could’ve been though is hard to say.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 4 min (124 min)
Genre Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Director Colin Trevorrow
Writer Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Colin Trevorrow
Actors Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins
Country United States
Awards 15 wins & 58 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Datasat, Dolby Atmos, Dolby Surround 7.1, SDDS, Auro 11.1
Aspect Ratio 2.00 : 1
Camera Arriflex 235, Panavision Primo Lenses, Arriflex 435, Panavision Primo Lenses, Panavision 65 HR Camera, Panavision System 65 Lenses, Panavision Panaflex Millennium XL2, Panavision Primo Lenses, Panavision Panaflex Platinum, Panavision Primo Lenses, Red Epic Dragon, Fujinon Premier Cabrio Lenses (aerial shots)
Laboratory Company 3, Los Angeles (CA), USA (digital intermediate), FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA (processing and prints)
Film Length (7 reels)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 200T 5213, Vision3 500T 5219), 65 mm (Kodak Vision3 50D 5203, Vision3 200T 5213), Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2.4K) (master format), Panavision Super 70 (source format) (some scenes), Redcode RAW (6K) (source format) (aerial shots), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema (also 3-D version)