Movies are a great way of keeping you and your family entertained, but the choice of movie also determines how enjoyable and suitable it turns out to be. It’s important to go through movie highlights, especially if you are choosing the movie for your children must to be sure that it is something their ages and mind levels can hold. You don’t want to end up choosing a boring movie, but neither do you want to end up with a horrifying one. If you and your children loved Jurassic Park, then the Jurassic World will be just as enjoyable.
Jurassic World Movie details
Theatrical movie release date: June 12 2015
Directed by: Colin Trevorrow
The cast: Judy Greer, Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard
The studio: Universal Pictures
Genre: Science Fiction
Run Time: 124 minutes
MPAA overview: Intense science fiction sequence of peril and violence
MPAA rating: PG 13
To begin with, it is important, especially for parents to know that this movie is more terrifying and violent compared to Jurassic Park the original movie. This is considering that the titular theme park is filled with visitor making body count with the dino runs higher. It also has more scenes of suspense, peril and sustained terror as people, including children, get injured, trampled, torn to shreds and eaten by the dinos. The movie is most suitable for teens and mature teens with a liking for Acton and suspense.
The Jurassic World Movie Story
Jurassic world starts with a mom, Judy Greer, sending her sons Zach and Gray to visit Aunt Claire who is an executive at the park located off Costa Rica coast. The boys love the VIP treatment they get once they get to the park as their aunt deals with emergencies around the huge hybrid dino Indominus Rex which is the newest asset to the park. Masrani, the owner of Jurassic World requests Claire to find a security consultant to inspect the demo, but things get out of hand when the isolated beast ends up breaking loose and starts to wreak havoc killing people and dinosaurs on its path. Owen, the security consultant teams up with Clare to rescue the two boys and also to take Indominus down as fast as they can.
Jurassic World has enough humor and visual thrills that make it memorable even with the terrifying scenes that are well executed. Colin Trevorrow the director does a good job by not mimicking Steven Spielberg, who is behind the original and he manages to maintain the ability of making suspense more terrifying than the actual eating of the people. The blockbuster in not only thrilling, but also loud and filled with intense sequences that make viewers jump and cower. The hybrid dino is angry, mean and scary leaving an unbelievable death toll compared to the original movie. The two brothers are quite impressive playing their courageous, impulsive and frightening roles in the movie. The movie is fun and heart quickening at the same time making it worth watching.