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Watch Jurassic World full movie online free – I just wanted to says that this movie was amazing and I am shocked at how much action there was to this movie. I stayed up until 1:16 am and I should be sleeping, but this is going to keep me up at night just thinking about all of this really. What I really liked about this, is that it creates a lot of suspense, and personally I think that those are the best kind of movies that make you want to keep watching or reading and find out what happens in the end. The most amazing that this movie did, was that it totally changed my point of view on sci-fi and how it can really move you especially when it’s something that you have an interest in. I definitely recommend it to people who are into dinosaurs, action, and adventure. I can’t lie about how much this movie really scared the living hell out of me, but that only means that it was that amazing and really captivated my attention into not missing a single part. This was incredible!

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Jurassic World review by Dragonsouls – Great first half, but script fell apart

What a shame. This movie could have been so much better! I was completely enthralled during the first 45 min or so, and it was as if I was visiting the Park myself. The cinematography was beautiful, the attractions were innovative and the park was filled with so many extras, that it felt like a real place. There was a lot of interesting man vs. nature debate in the script as well as tidbits on the danger of technological progress. I applauded the writers at first. There were even some pretty decent character arcs but unfortunately, they never fully developed.

When the action started to pick up, things went sour really fast. If this film had maintained its serious tone, I may have scored it in the 8’s or even 9’s. But sadly, the director chose to include bits of cheesy comedic lines in moments of urgency, completely ruining the thrill. I cared nothing for the characters, because, it seemed as if the characters took the threats they came across a bit too lightly for my tastes, so much so, that it completely nullified Bryce Dallas Howard’s excellent performance.

But hey, at least the action was better than expected and so was the CGI. I was skeptical at the fact that there were so few robotics used in this film, but it didn’t matter. The CGI was that realistic. I still can’t say it saved this film. I yawned a lot in the end, despite the pretty cool plot twist. This film should have been a horror film like the first 2 installments, but it chose to be a movie aimed at teens. What else is new these days with blockbuster films right?

Jurassic World review by lgao-892-416008 – Appreciate it for what it is

Jurassic world differs from all other installments of the jurassic park franchise, it feels more like a family movie compared to a thriller. In this movie, there are more comic relief moments, more content regarding family, and we also know for a fact that none of the major characters won’t die. A lot of people say that this movie is predictable, that there is just one big monster and it’s powerful, it does a lot of damage and then it gets defeated. But I feel that this generalization of the plot is kinda bs, because every detail of this movie is very enjoyable. You got the cool new dino, you got great chase scenes, you got dino fights, you got a sense of an apocalyptic event, you got good music, and you also got T-rex. I feel like people are judging this movie too much, comparing it to jurassic park and lost world. But we should realize that this is something different, and it is enjoyable, that’s all that matters.

Jurassic World review by Freewebstennis – Don’t miss it. Highly recommended!

Well some critics over here are really harsh on the film. It seems like being harsh is so cool for them. But I don’t like them. Seriously, this movie is awesome. They say the dinosaurs don’t have such connections with humans and so on….as if they were in Jurassic period. The truth is why can’t?! also the movie is based on dinosaurs created by small changes in original DNA gaps filled with present day animals. So they could exhibit such connection with human being. Anyways some people are always dumb and you can never make them understand. So overall I say don’t believe in those negative reports. Also the movie was wonderful with cool scenes. It’s not like Godzilla where I had to see the monsters for just 20min in whole movie. The Jurassic World gave me more satisfaction. I never got too tired to wait for the monster to appear unlike the Godzilla where I saw it clearly at the end LOL! I don’t like to compare but if people think Godzilla was good then this movie far better than it! Climax is super awesome!

Jurassic World review by Nikos Dieselakoc – Great Movie

It really has the passion from the previous movies and it can be even better in the next sequels. If you’re a fan you will love it. If this is your fist movie in the series then you will be confused and amazed in the same time. The CGI in the movie is beautiful, it gives life to dinosaurs…I don’t say that animatronics aren’t good, I just response to the haters of CGI. Im just a little disappointed from the species part, I mean that I was waiting to see the dinosaurs that are rendered to site. It was a good chance to expand the park. Anyway, I respect and support the hybrid idea, it is good to bring new stuff in these movies like the aquatic dinos.

Jurassic World review by Olivercation – It’s time to go back to the island

Colin Trevorrow helms the newest installment of the prehistoric thrillride started with Jurassic Park in 1993 as we are introduced to a theme park fully functioning on Isla Nublar with reanimated dinosaurs, corporate sponsorship and golf courses. After the comparative disappointment of the previous sequels there may be some trepidation with Jurassic World, but the formula presented is more than effective and really propels the canon rather than pushing it towards extinction.

Jurassic World has been open for a decade, the initial failure of Jurassic Park has been forgotten as a wealthy investor Simon Mansari takes over the vision of John Hammond and now has dozens of dinosaurs living in harmony with petting zoos, Sea World style aquatic displays and a very special aviary. But in the face of audience apathy, a new hybrid dinosaur is in development while we see some military interest also threatening to derail the happy harmony of the island theme park. There for the ride are some young brothers on holidays. The overworked operations manager of the island facing declining numbers and balancing ethics with excitement. And finally Owen Grady, a trainer at the park living close with the dinosaurs and concerned about the direction management is looking to take. We already know what’s going to go down but ill let that unfold on the screen for you in a very satisfying way.

Trevorrow with Spielberg’s notes and assistance has created the film that most Jurassic Park fans always envisioned, the successful realization of the theme park that was intended in the original. The detail is incredible. From a Margaritaville and Samsung sponsorship (and product placement) to the laconic employees and administrative back alleys, the creative team have obviously spent a lot of time in theme parks and put to film a world i had to remind myself did not actually exist a few times. Further than that we get shot recreations from the first film, but this time teeming with tourists and then later in the movie some scaring imagery. Jurassic World is a visual smorgasboard and a film worth watching on the largest screen possible.

The characterization of the leads in Chris Pratt’s Owen and Bryce Dallas Howard’s Claire are spot on, we are given enough chemistry to keep the plot rolling, their gender balance is constantly at play (with the talk surrounding Mad Max it is likely to be a talking point) as Pratt and Howard take turns supporting each other and while Pratt is held as a compassionate warrior, there is no doubt Howard can do what is required. The only gender stereotype upheld is the oft used trope of a successful business woman in her mid 30’s being pressured into a traditional family role by overbearing family or societal concerns. I noticed nobody suggested Pratt needed to settle down, but i digress to a minor cinematic familiarity at this point. The supporting cast is competent, Vincent D’Onofrio is a two dimensional villain, his motives clear from his appearance alone. Jake Johnson and Lauren Lapkus as tech heads play off each other well and BD Wong, Judy Greer and others round out the numbers as needed. The child stars of the film Ty Simpkins and Nick Robinson are just passable in their co lead performances. For the first two acts of the film, their wooden acting is a distraction and it is only in the third act where their interplay comes to the fore and are enjoyable. Obviously the youth is used to add tension and a wide eyed wonder to the world, but at some point kids in peril need to be able to act for me to not want them eaten at the first sight of danger.

The dinosaurs are the stars of the show here as always. With the expanded theme park we are given glimpses of a wide variety of beast as well as the returning favorites in the Tyrannosaurus Rex, Velociraptor and more. We are shown baby domesticated Apatosaurus being ridden in a petting zoo, a gargantuan Plesiosaur jumping for sharks like a dolphin at Seaworld and more which would lead us to believe domestication after a decade is the goal. Obviously this isn’t the case and even Owen’s attempted to coerce the Velociraptor are seen as him still at their mercy despite their bond. The Carnivores are again the villainous focus of the piece, the brutal hybrid Indominus Rex the most savage dinosaur in the franchise yet, cunning and modified to suit its surroundings. The fate of the island is largely uncertain as the movie goes on and this is due to the Indominus Rex’s seeming invincibility and cunning. As more dinosaurs are introduced they run the risk of emasculating the image of some for the benefit of others, but a nice balance was played here as each dinosaurs defining skill was broadcast. It is interesting to see if potential future franchise films will be able to top this offering or will have to offer vastly new creations and settings.

Jurassic World is an amazingly fun film, I was captivated for the entirely and it was able to provide fear, anticipation, laughs and jaw dropping imagery throughout. I wish Jurassic World was a real thing, as I would enjoy interacting with some Herbivores, but alas, we see the perils of caging such large beasts. Trying to recreate the park wasn’t a great idea for the poor tourists who ventured there but making a movie and continuing this monster movie defining franchise was a very good idea indeed. If Godzilla left you underwhelmed and films like Sharknado are just too lowbrow, this is the perfect mid ground of story and visual spectacle that will have you churning through popcorn. A true blockbuster.

Jurassic World review by Dan Stephens – Pure unadulterated awesomeness!

I have to admit, this movie blew me away! I am a die hard fan of the original and love the other two as well, but I feel this movie stepped up the franchise in every way! I had high expectations and Mr. Trevorrow more than delivered! Finally a great sequel to the original movie that made me love movies in the first place!

The biggest thing I loved was the thing I feared for the most. The Indominus rex was terrifying! I worried it would be written too intelligently or practically invincible, but it was a terrifying Frankenstein Dino hybrid that truly amazes and scares. It had my heart pounding at certain scenes and that does not happen to me…ever! I can finally say I left a movie with a euphoric feeling!

Jurassic World review by Nick Holland – Highly Overrated, but Still a Very Fun Dinosaur Flick

Jurassic World is directed by Colin Trevorrow and is the long awaited sequel to the Jurassic Park trilogy, especially after the bomb that was Jurassic Park III (2001). This movie takes place once the dinosaur theme park known as Jurassic World has been open and successful for some time now. However, people seem to be getting bored of dinosaurs recently (we’ll talk about that later), so the park manager, a young woman named Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard), orders the genetic assembly of the most scary dinosaur ever seen, the Indominus Rex. Once this beast breaks loose upon the island, Claire, a raptor trainer named Owen Brady (Chris Pratt), and Claire’s two nephews (Ty Simpkins, Nick Robinson) must try to defeat the dinosaur, while also trying to survive.

This film is highly overrated. Coming out of the theater on June 12, the release day, I heard people saying it was ten times better than the first Jurassic Park (1993). Really? Better than one of the best movies ever made? I don’t think so. However, that doesn’t mean it’s bad. This film is actually a very fun movie to watch. I enjoy it a bit more, in fact, each time I watch it. But it’s not perfect.

The best thing this film has to offer is the mix of special effects and dinosaur action. Every time a dinosaur got into a fight, whether it be with people or another dinosaur, look amazing. None of the special effects look fake at all. All shots of the Indominus Rex look very real, and never look even near bad. This even occurs towards the beginning, before any chaos is even happening . The action with dinosaurs is very abundant as well, and is directed very nicely. All action shots are very clean, and usually wide when CGI was in use.

The worst thing this film has to offer is the subplots. One in particular is a certain character trying to militarize Owen Brady’s raptors. Yes, there is a character wanting to make soldiers out of dinosaurs. This subplot is completely unnecessary and should’ve been wiped clean from the script. If this subplot didn’t exist, the film would be much better. Another pretty useless subplot is background with the children. Not that the children are bad characters, but the back story with their parents and their home life could’ve been easily taken out of the film, and Jurassic World would’ve been better off.

Chris Pratt. This man has truly proved himself as an amazing actor, after Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), and especially now after Jurassic World. There’s been a lot of talk of Pratt portraying Indiana Jones in Indiana Jones 5, but I’m truly confident in him being this ever-so-loved character if that’s the decision that is made. After the trailer hit, there’s been a lot of talk about Bryce Dallas Howard, and whether or not she would do good in this movie. Well, she did. She was one of the highlights, equipped with a major character arc, and good on screen charisma. Ty Simpkins and Nick Robinson also did rather well, despite their characters not being all that interesting.

This leads me into my next and final point, the characterization, especially of Zach and Gray, the two kids. Zach is the older brother of Gray, and actually has a pretty good arc within their relationship later on, but it takes a while for this to fully kick in, and that is a little frustrating. Their background, like mentioned before, is a useless subplot, and could’ve been removed altogether. However, both actors did pretty good, despite my expectations.

Overall, Jurassic World was not perfect, and pretty overrated. However, it was very fun, thanks to Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard’s performances, great visual effects, and very cool action.

Jurassic World review by emily-79945 – “Hold onto your butts” Jurassic Park is back

The hideous roar of a Tyrannosaurus rex and is stand over its prey is back.The dreams of a fully functioning dinosaur park finally come true in 2015’s Jurassic World or does it? 20 years ago when the idea was first tried out, things didn’t go so well. Alright, more like a total meltdown disaster. But, InGen corporation has figured out how to smooth out the bumps of the earlier park. John would have defiantly been proud of what it has become or would he? Did we learn to keep these dangerous animal in or do we once again get to hear the roaring screeches of these magnificent animals as we run for our lives in the opposite direction.

Not only has InGen cloned and made extinct creatures, they have been able to fully incorporate this place into an incredible petting zoo with 5 star hotel and for the ladies shopping area’s. The park is running so smoothly that they decided to up their game. The investors wanted something bigger,faster and scarier to add to the attractions and bring more people to the park. So the lab whipped up a genetically super beast made up of a T.Rex and a bunch of other top-secret animals that are being kept on the down low. They call it Indominus Rex. A new enormous attraction .Which gives the park administrator, Claire a lot more work on her plate. Who is frantically putting things together to get ready to show to the public. A hectic job yes, but she knows what she’s doing and knows the business very well.

She is a no nonsense kind of person, that’s why when she has to work with Owen, and ex navy seal. Who was brought in to care for the raptors and learn how to control them. Owen was difficult to convince about the Indominus Rex, he had questions about safety, and how smart it was to genetically cross species to create a monster we know nothing about. Claire thinking he was just a silly boy who knew nothing about the business aspects of making the Indominus Rex. But, then disaster hit, again. As the Indominus starts doing things no one could have predicted it could do. Claire does have a little bit more to worry about however.

Her nephews Zach and Gray were sent to the resort over Christmas break while their mother and father work through some marital problems at home. They are more of a problem for Claire because she had not connected with her family in a while she only had one thing on her mind, becoming the best business women she could be.Even though with the dinosaur on the loose, this becomes a good thing for the boys as the band together and bond like never have. Both Claire and Own risk their lives and save each other numerous of time while look for these lost nephews and try to capture the Indominus Rex.

There is no sexual content inappropriate for children, the violence however is a little bit of a different story. There are a few moments of animals getting torn apart, things that is dripping with blood or it spattered on the wall and a few flesh ripping scenes from the dinosaurs. A lot of raptor attacks where a raptor does rip off a human’s arms. Raptors attack and rip soldiers apart in a forest. Pterodactyls swooping in on large groups of people using their large scary talons to throw people around like a rag doll. A woman is grabbed and pulled back and forth back and forth by two dinosaurs flying in the air then reach up and grabbed then swallowed whole. Many gun scenes with bullets blazing. And the worst of all Owen punches Hoskins in the face. Okay, that not true.

Not too much crude or profane language. Only a few drug and alcohol content where we see a guy picking up two margaritas at the resort, and only one joke about the craziness of a diet that does not include tequila but, nothing your child will pick up on.

We see that a park for dinosaurs is just not a great idea it didn’t work 20 years ago why would it work now? Those investors have got to stop investing in these things. You enjoy the great acting put on by the entire cast you will feel a few cheesy parts, but what movie doesn’t have little cheese? You’ll witness a scary, thrilling, exhilarating ride through these giant reptilian CGI that captures the dinosaur in a very lifelike way. You’ll not be disappointed. You will be on the edge of your seat grasping at the hand of the person next to you, even if you don’t know them.

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