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Jurassic World

Directed by Colin Trevorrow
United States, 2015
Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi


Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar now features a fully functioning dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as originally envisioned by John Hammond.

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Jurassic World Directed by Colin Trevorrow

Awards & Festivals

Screen Actors Guild Awards

2016 | Nominee: Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture

Seattle Film Critics Awards

2016 | Nominee: Best Visual Effects

Empire Awards

2016 | 2 nominations including: Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy

Women Film Critics Circle Awards

2015 | Winner: Worst Female Images in a Movie

[In Jurassic World,] dinosaurs are set loose in a theme park, and the visitors must fend for their lives against prehistoric beasts. The question on all our lips should be, How could they let this happen again? In that spirit, we should also ask, How could we let this movie happen again? More broadly, why do we, the audience of contemporary Hollywood, find ourselves confronted with the same movies being made over and over again, fending for our lives against these hungry, postmodern beasts?
July 01, 2015
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The movie is indefensible from any position other than “It’s only a movie!” vapidity. A cynical reunion-tour cash-in of a film ostensibly directed by a pliable, Sundance-sanctioned nonentity called Colin Trevorrow, Jurassic World exhibits invention only in the curiously elaborate dispatching of a relatively minor character, and timing only in appearing right on schedule, as the nostalgia cycle had completed its 20-odd-year loop.
June 19, 2015
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We want that elusive sweet spot where big-budget spectacle is employed in the service of characters who’ve charmed their way into our affections, and that sense of being pleasantly manipulated when an adrenaline rush gives way to something unexpectedly funny or poignant. For about an hour, Jurassic World fills that complex need, reclaiming the monster movie after last year’s ditchwater-dull Godzilla. There are moments of smart, giddy joy here, even if they don’t quite gel overall.
June 15, 2015
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