Jurassic World | Movie Review 13 Jun 2015   467


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Star Cast: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Irrfan Khan, Vincent D’Onofrio, Ty Simpkins, Nick Robinson, Omar Sy, BD Wong, Judy Greer
Direction: Colin Trevorrow
Genre: Action
Duration: 2 hours 4 minutes

Critics Review/Rating

Times Of India:

A little over two decades after what occurred at the old Jurassic Park, the action now takes place on an island off the coast of Costa Rica that is home to a massive and carefully monitored dinosaur theme park.
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Mid-Day:

23 years after Steven Spielberg blew open the man-interrupts-evolution debate with thrilling imagery of trembling water glasses and green Jell-O, mankind returns to the Central American island of Isla Nublar—smarter, greedier and stupider.
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Hindustan Times:

It seems like only yesterday when Steven Spielberg captured the imagination of audiences around the world with the first two installments of his blockbuster dino franchise.
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DNA:

Several years afterJurassic Park, Isla Nublar’s wildlife has grown in leaps and bounds, thriving with new spliced specimens of the largely prehistoric kind.
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NDTV Movies:

Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park hit the marquee in 1993. That was a classic. Ever since, cinema and the universe have come a long way. The sequels that followed were genetically modified versions of the same DNA that includes the Jurassic World.
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CNN IBN:

Early on in ‘Jurassic World’, while explaining the current challenges of the business to potential sponsors, Bryce Dallas Howard’s character, Claire, operations manager of the movie’s titular theme park says: “No one is impressed by a dinosaur any more.
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The Indian Express:

Twenty-two years ago, there was little around like Jurassic Park. The T. rex of movies thundered across the scene and off it, ensuring a generation of children long after it would swear by dino lore.
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Rediff:

Jurassic World is a perfectly passable blockbuster with a B-movie heart — but why on earth would you want to watch something so unremarkable when Mad Max: Fury Road is still in theatres and gets better on each viewing?’
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