Directed by Colin Trevorrow
  • Chris Pratt
  • Bryce Dallas Howard
  • Irrfan Khan
  • Vincent D’Onofrio
  • Ty Simpkins
  • Nick Robinson
Screenplay by
  • Rick Jaffa
  • Amanda Silver
  • Colin Trevorrow
  • Derek Connolly
Genre Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi


UK Release Date 11th June 2015


A new theme park, built on the original site of Jurassic Park, creates a genetically modified hybrid dinosaur called the Indominus rex which then escapes. It sets off a chain reaction that causes the other dinosaurs to run amok.

Is The Plot Interesting?

The plot is very fun and entertaining, but doesn’t go past that. Although it tried to emotionally connect you to the movie by adding the family aspect to it, for the most part, it doesn’t really work and you don’t get emotionally invested in the story.


Is The Acting Good?

I found the acting in Jurassic World to be decent but not amazing. If I’m honest, I found the characters to be a bit one-dimensional but that might be just me. They just didn’t seem to take responsibility or learn from their mistakes, but again that might be just me.

Is The Directing Good?

Sure, the directing was alright. I mean, it wasn’t amazing or anything but Colin Trevorrow did what he needed to do in order to get this new trilogy out to a good start. And he did just that!


Is The Cinematography Good?

The whole movie seemed very modern which was one of the things I liked about it. It’s a well shot movie and looks really good. It’s very consistent as well, it never felt jarring or uncertain about what it wanted to say.

Is It Worth Watching?

I had a fun time with Jurassic World for sure, and it’s exactly what I’d hoped it would be. If you’re after a fun movie this is certainly it, but anything past that and you’re better off looking somewhere else.


[to Claire] You might have made them in a test tube, buy they don’t know that. These animals are thinking, “I gotta eat. I gotta hunt. I gotta…” You can relate to at least one of those things. Right?

– Chris Pratt as Owen