If you are like most people in America then you probably jumped on the bandwagon and went to go see Jurassic World this month. If you didn’t, well I would definitely have to say that you were missing out. In fact, Jurassic World broke so many box office records that I can’t even keep up with them. [Check out the records on Box Office Mojo.]
Jurassic World is a movie about a dinosaur theme park that gets turned upside down when a new attraction, a genetically modified “dinosaur” , breaks out of containment.
Also, if you didn’t know, Jurassic World is actually the fourth installment of the Jurassic Park movies. Even though it is the fourth movie, I don’t believe that you have to watch any of the previous ones before you go see the new one. All you really need to know pertaining to the previous films is that the new theme park in Jurassic World is built on top of the original park, from Jurassic Park, that shut down 22 years ago due to some, let’s just say, complications. Even though you don’t really have to watch the other movies to understand what is going on in the new one, I would recommend watching Jurassic Park just because it is also a wonderful movie; It will even help you appreciate Jurassic World even more and vice versa. Appreciating Jurassic World isn’t hard though. The actors all did a wonderful job, especially the main characters including Chris Pratt, Nick Robinson, Ty Simpkins, and Bryce Dallas Howard. Actually, the film was so tastefully made that I don’t have much bad to say about it at all except Bryce Dallas Howard’s acting in ONE scene was a little over the top and that haircut they gave her might not have been the right choice… Honestly,this movie was just so good. Seriously… I’ve been trying to figure out if we just actually have dinosaurs hiding somewhere, because they were pretty impressive and believable in the film. Good work Jurassic World team. Lastly, the movie was also funny, and not inappropriately funny, but good tasteful humorous humor.
The film is rated PG-13, mostly for intense sequences of science-fiction violence and peril. Expected. And of course there is a little bit (honestly, not much) of profanity, but I mean if there were dinosaurs chasing you what would you say? You can also check the film out in 2D or RealD 3D, but I suggest viewing in 2D because the quality in RealD 3D just wasn’t as good as you would hope.
So if you haven’t seen Jurassic World yet, help it break some more records and get in a car, a taxi, a bus, or even walk [or run (like a dinosaur is chasing you)] to the nearest theater and experience pure cinema magic!