Fun, thrilling, and entertaining reboot is much more violent than original film.
Steven Spielberg's massive 1993 blockbuster Jurassic Park, the original film of this franchise, was considerably less scary compared to 2015's Jurassic World. The film takes place is an fully operational dinosaur theme park (with many innocent civilians of all ages), where a genetically modified hybrid dinosaur escapes containment and begins to wreak havoc on the island, causing an all out dinosaur assault to ensue. Lots of people (mostly armed soldiers, but a couple civilians too) get killed and eaten by the vicious dinos. A civilian woman is picked up by a Pterosaur and eventually gets eaten by a Mosasaur (after a drawn out scene), two kids are threatened by dinosaurs, an antagonist is ripped to shreds by a Velociraptor (off screen, but with a splash of blood), the vicious Indominus Rex kills and eats many soldiers in scary fashion, a pack of raptors stalk and kill a team of soldiers, an innocent worker is eaten by the Indominus, and more. There is much more blood than the original, and some really tense scenes. Some swearing can be expected (s--t, d-mn, etc.), but nothing more. Young children will not be able to handle the film, but it is still very fun popcorn action flick.