Great Movie, some audio issues
By Scooter 4 Travel
Very good movie. Rerally like the story line and the actors. did experince a little bit of audio issues were the sound changes going low then very high. seems to be an issue with the actual audio from the movie and not from the download from Apple.
JP is now JW
This is a great movie. All the JP/JW movies are amazing. The acting is great. The graphics are top notch. Everything looks real. Great detail to everything. The effects are really cool. This is a great start to and addition to the franchise. Great story too. Great movie.
Really enjoyed this movie.
By baby blue19
This is the best movie ever i saw Jurassic world fallen kingdom!🦖🦕🦖🦕
Never Should Have Been Made
I’m a big fan of Jurassic Park. This movie does NOT fit the bill for a Jurassic Park film. The old Jurassic Park movies were intense, believable (at least for the most part), and intelligent. Jurassic World? Not so much. It’s like Jurassic Park meets Marvel, and that’s not a good thing. Super-dinosaurs? Dinos being used for military purposes? A flood of corny jokes, Marvel style? What the hell?? None of this belongs in a Jurassic Park film! I honestly think that this movie should be slashed (excuse the pun) from the canon. I don’t hate this movie, but it just doesn’t belong in the Jurassic Park saga.
Just an unwanted ALTERNATE Jurassic Park
I got to tell you, JURASSIC WORLD is an another example of the overdue (and unnecessary) sequel Hollywood allegedly needs. It comes across as a flick that asks, emptily, "What if the events of JURASSIC PARK happened like this instead? Suppose the disaster at Isla Nublar never happened, and the park was endorsed and opened." You may even feel as though the timeline skewed into another tangent, creating an alternate Jurassic Park period. The only thing that was done right was that the disaster with the dinosaurs still happened regardless. Everything else was WRONG--reducing the survivalist raptors and Tyrannosaurus Rex to trained pets, the presence of two just-existing kids in the crosshairs of a divorce (don't start me up on Claire's (Bryce Dallas Howard) bawling sister), the mixing of diverse dinosaurs' DNA, the overuse of computer-generated images, the mediocre writing of the otherwise smart characters. The disaster is so imminent and obvious, you could say that the park runners and the tourists showed up only to get into prehistoric danger. [Like going to a Halloween attraction solely to get scared.] Claire and Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) either learned nothing from Dr. Alan Grant and Dr. Ian Malcolm, let alone from John Hammond, or they simply did not care. Furthermore, the director and writers did something Steven Spielberg and Michael Crichton were wise not to do: Reduce the dinosaurs to a means to a human end. And make them empty performance-enhancing monsters. Where is Stan Winston when visual effects needs him? Or any who take after him--not solely via computer? In all, JURASSIC WORLD is just an alternate version of its cinematic predecessor. And NOT A VERY GOOD AT THAT!
I love this movie!!! I recommend it.😃😃😃😃😃😃
Jurassic World Movie Review
By HBB Reviews
This Friday, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will hit theaters and will serve as the sequel to 2015’s Jurassic World. In celebration of Fallen Kingdom’s release, here is a review on the fifth most successful film of all time. Jurassic World is an impressive resurrection of the Steven Spielberg classic, but unfortunately can’t become anything more than a resurrection due to weak character dialogue, clichéd moments, and multiple suspensions of disbelief.
The biggest issue with Jurassic World is its screenplay. Ultimately, the four screenwriters, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Colin Trevorrow, and Derek Connolly, create characters that are clichéd and repetitive. Characters like Gary and Zach feel out of place in the film and make each moment where they fill the screen feel unnecessary and even boring. There is little to no characterization for any of the characters. These characters ultimately drag down this film and cause it to feel messy and uneven. It quickly becomes apparent that the best characters in the film, are the dinosaurs who have less characterization. The film makes hard attempts to develop its characters, primarily with Gary and Zach. However, it is clear that the screen writers do not know how to properly accomplish characterization as constantly, the usage of peril is meant to serve as characterization. In addition, the screenplay also features similar flaws to films such as Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The film does not innovate upon the plot given by previous films and instead retreads them with little differences. Fans of the original classic will note the extreme similarities between Trevorrow’s rendition and Jurassic Park. There are also multiple examples of suspensions of disbelief. Certain aspects and moments of the film make no sense and had audiences scratching their heads at previous moments even during wildly exciting action sequences. However, there is one redeeming quality for the screenplay…its pacing. The film is well-paced and generally never lets up. Each moment is at least somewhat entertaining and fulfilling even if it isn’t always necessary.
Even though the characters are weakly written with the screenplay, the cast somewhat tries to do the best with it. Chris Pratt delivers a charismatic and humorous performance even though his lines are repetitive. Jake Johnson as Lowery proves to serve as one of the best examples of comic relief, even though not of all his jokes landed and the comic relief felt forced and overused. But Pratt and Lowery are the only two actors who deliver notable performances. Actors Ty Simpkins, Nick Robinson, and Omar Sy deliver their lines stiffly and have little range with their emotions. Vincent D’Onofrio as the overdone Hoskins delivers his lines with some emotion and charisma, however any attempts to create a good performance are quickly overwritten by the poor screenplay. Bryce Dallas Howard finds herself in the same situation, a performance marred by weak lines.
Ultimately, the reason why Jurassic World, past weak writing and somewhat disappointing performances, succeeds is due to the strong direction that Trevorrow provides. Each action sequence felt thrilling and I even found myself on the edge of the seat during certain sequences. John Schwartzman makes the film thrilling to watch with his first person and overhead style of cinematography. He even removes the shaky cam cliché that litters so many recent blockbusters. Kevin Stitt, even though the editing causes abundances of plot holes, is able to keep the film exciting and entertaining through his mild cuts and limited uses of fast cuts.
As a whole, Jurassic World is an uneven experience that features strong direction and technical achievements but also features structural issues and mostly weak performances. Even so, it ultimately rallies as a success and proves to be one of the best films in the franchise.
Score: 6.1 out of 10