The park is open - but it's not safe, as always " Life finds a way"
Jurassic World is a darker movie for a modern audience.
22 years after John Hammond's original idea, Jurassic World has been created, and it stands true to what Hammond stood for - interactive attractions to drive kids out of their minds. The new park is much more technologically advanced than the first one, has been up and running for at least a year or two and has all sorts of things to do, from a Petting Zoo to a Jungle River, and the Mosasaurus Feeding Show to the famous Jurassic World Gyrospheres ( shown in review photo, look for the hamster ball-like thing.) In the main team we have Gray and Zach Mitchell, two brothers who are visiting the park due to young Gray's dinosaur obsession ( although teenage Zach seems to enjoy some peeks at the girls in his age group), Owen Grady, an American Navy man played by Chris Pratt who has become the leader of the Raptors through a taming relationship, and Claire Dearing, one of the heads of the park who is also Gray and Zach's aunt. As usual, dinosaurs+man=trouble and the visitors to the park are in danger due to a new dinosaur bigger and deadlier than ever before - a genetically modified hybrid called the Indominus Rex ( do they NEVER learn?).
FAMILY FRIENDLY: 10 AND UP AT THE COMPLETE MINIMUM AGE
Send any young or sensitive children off to bed before viewing this film, as it has a higher death count than all before it put together. People are shown being devoured, crushed, ripped apart, trampled, and ever visitor is injured in some way ( be that physically or mentally). However, the main characters step up and show resourcefulness and courage as they all work to save others. Chris Pratt's character even works with the Raptors as their Alpha to fight the dinosaurs. A large white character is shown as a killing machine, her name is Indominus Rex, many good characters are killed, but more bad ones die. Themes throughout are bravery, action and the fact that nature cannot be controlled. Owen and Claire have some flirty moments and a kiss.
Dark movie, but only for under 10s. However, know your child and consider if they may be able to handle the scares and death.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Violence & scariness