Wow, I’ve never been so tense watching a film. The disaster was quick to occur and it lasted a really long time, I don’t think I took a breath properly until the very end. I couldn’t take my eyes of the screen, yet I was wanting to look away fearing for all the lives on screen. My heart was racing constantly. There were definitely some thrilling moments, throughout the whole of the film. What a great film!
So another incident at a park full of dinosaurs. 22 years after the first incident, and the creators of this park are determined not to make the same mistake. Introducing Zach (Nick Robinson – Ryder from ‘Melissa and Joey’) and Gray (Ty Simpkins) on their first trip to Jurassic World where their aunt works. The aunt, Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard), is very high up in the Jurassic World management, therefore is extremely busy and her life is all about facts, figures, profits and sees the dinosaurs are just numbers. Whereas, on the other hand, introducing the brilliant Chris Pratt as Owen, an ex-navy officer turned dinosaur trainer, who sees these wild animals as animals. He creates a mutual respect with the raptors but knows their limits and the dangers of them out of captivity. When the new dinosaur, the Indominus Rex, that has been generated in a lab, becomes genetically intelligent, she manages to escape. Into the jungle she goes, free to roam anywhere, finding killing a sport.
What makes this film so amazing, is a multitude of factors. For starters, the graphics were amazing. Everything that I was watching felt believable and you completely fall into this world of the dinosaurs. You fall into the jungle and become one of the spectators of Jurassic World, seeing these wild dinosaurs roam around. You become to know all the characters so well, understanding who they are and why they’re there. It really is brilliantly done. The most important thing a film is meant to do is make you forget you’re even watching a screen, and you definitely do that during this one. Then there’s the clever work of music and sound. The use of natural sounds of the jungle and the unknowing of where the dinosaur just adds to the suspense that bit more. ‘Jurassic World’ definitely creates a lot of suspense and thrilling moments.
I would definitely recommend this film. There is so much going on in the film that you’re that bit more absorbed into the film. You’re aware of every aspect and conscious of everything that could go wrong. The suspense, as I’ve already mentioned, is cleverly done and you become so gripped into the film. It really was excellent. Furthermore, there’s even the control room expert Lowery, who is played by the brilliant Jake Johnson, aka the best character of ‘New Girl’, Nick Miller, which if anyone knows me, knows how much I love this actor. All the other elements to the film join as one but never becomes confusing; more and more is revealed and it’s not just about a dinosaur that has got lose (even though that is the main part – obviously). Like I said, I would recommend, over and over again. It was recommended to me and I’m annoyed it has taken me this long to watch it in the first place! Seriously, fall into the jungle and become absorbed into the life of magnificent dinosaurs and of monstrous dangerous ones too.