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Review: Jurassic World (2015) - Directed by Colin Trevorrow! (Review) (April 2017)

JW (2015) - The 4th "Jurassic Park" Installment!
Jurassic World (2015) takes place 22 years after the first Jurassic Park (1993) film. This time, Steven Spielberg would Executive Produce the 4th film in the long-running dinosaur franchise. The moto for this film is "RUN!" as new visitors visit the infamous "Park" envisioned by the late John Hammond. There is a sense of awe and wonder as the Dinosaurs bring to this new generation a Disney-esq experience like no other!

The film stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Howard is helping engineer cross-over Dinos as this film features a super dino called, Indominus Rex (cross between a T-Rex and Raptor) - which soon escapes and soon starts to kill off the wildlife and tourists!

Pratt is the hero of the film, who trains Velociraptors (one named "Blue") who must track down the super dinosaur and missing children heroes who are wrapped up in the danger!

Another stand out dinosaur is Mosasaurus - a water bound creature which feeds on Sharks in it's watery playpen. Without giving too much away, it feeds on more than just Sharks and sealife! It's Sea World gone wrong!!

The film takes the classic JP plot-line and turns it up a notch or two with bigger dinosaurs and CGI Special Effects and Action!

A sequel is also planned in: Jurassic World II in 2018.



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