A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Real dinosaur names are used and some dinosaur behavior is explained.
Teamwork makes the dream work. Be creative to solve problems. Face your fears.
Positive Role Models
The group works together under the leadership of Darius.
The group is made up of characters from different ethnicities, genders, and backgrounds. The main character and group leader, Darius, from whose perspective the story (and interactive choices) is told, is a Black teenage boy.
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Violence & Scariness
Characters are constantly running from dinosaurs who are trying to eat them. Scenes are perilous and suspenseful but are often moments where viewers get to choose which direction the story goes next.
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Based on the popular Jurassic Park film franchise.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Hidden Adventure is an interactive Netflix special where viewers get to choose how the plot moves forward. The choices are sprinkled throughout the 32-minute show, and often appear at times of intensity and suspense that are characteristic of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous and other titles in the Jurassic Park universe. Loyal fans are reunited with Darius, Brooklynn, and the rest of the crew as they work together to make it to safety. The focus of this special is on the interactive choices and survival, so the relationship aspects and teen drama of its predecessor are left out.
Is It Any Good?
An engaging, interactive viewing experience, this special is a suitable introduction to the Jurassic Park universe for big kids and tweens. Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous: Hidden Adventure is visually impressive as it entrusts its plot to viewers, stopping at points where the suspense is extreme to offer two to three choices. Not only are kids empowered by determining the direction of the storyline, but the diversity of the crew and the depth of the characters ensure that everyone can find a character to whom they can relate. The show will likely be loved by the die-hard Jurassic Park fans and enjoyed by those who aren't. The fun of choosing the adventure, the cool graphics, and dinosaurs on display -- because who doesn't like dinos? -- make this one for the whole family.
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