Fun, surprisingly effective monster movie is bloody and intense.
Jurassic World is the fourth entry in the Jurassic Park series. A series that started out so innovative and bold, but slowly lost its charm over the years and sequels. However Jurassic World returns to the series original roots. Some may argue this is just a monster movie and nothing else, and while there not entirely wrong, there not entirely right either. Jurassic World is a great movie, and I loved it. Its got great characters, some incredibly scary and intense scenes as well as a fair share a tugs on the heart strings. Its message boils down to leaving nature alone, and that man will never control it no matter what. Natural laws have no pitty, and its exemplified in every frame of the film with surprisingly gruesome kills and very very frightening scenes. But as intense as it can be at times, it can also have little moments of emotional heft. Its the tiny things in this film that pull at your heart strings and do it very effectively. While it is a good film, don't mistake it for something that could be considered appropriate for kids. It has a ton of scenes of bloody dinosaur attacks and intense scares. Dinosaurs not only kill people, but also fight and seriously hurt each other. The most gruesome scenes of the film come with the Dinosaur the Indominous Rex, its shown in several scenes, biting people in half by the torso, using its hands to throw and tear apart its prey. Blood is shown in several scenes splattering against the leaves of trees or glass windows, the most disturbing part of this is the realistic screams of the characters being eaten. Characters are stepped on, clawed, bloodied, bit in half, and more. Its far more violent and scary than Jurassic Park was, but its also an engaging and intriguing theme of leaving nature be. I seriously recommend it if yours a fan of the Jurassic Park movies, or monster movies in general you'll have a blast with it.