Jurassic World Wednesday, 08 April 2020

Jurassic World

Additional Info

  • Rating:

    M: Violence.

  • The pitch:

    The park is open.

  • Starring:

    Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Irrfan Khan, Vincent D'Onofrio, Ty Simpkins, Nick Robinson, Omar Sy, Jake Johnson, BD Wong, Judy Greer, Lauren Lapkus, Brian Tee, Katie McGrath

  • Directed by:

    Colin Trevorrow

  • Running time:

    124 minutes

  • Rated:

    M (Australia), 12A (UK), PG-13 (USA)


    People/creatures are eaten, shot, attacked, pursued, grabbed, dragged, punched, thrown through the air/against objects, crushed, stomped, zapped, netted, paralysed (comic), kicked, decapitated (implied), lanced, swooped, knocked down, hit by a car, exploded, mauled. Helicopter crash, fireball, explosion. People fall/jump from high ledges. Creatures are fed animals (both live and dead). Objects knocked over, glass cracked/smashed. Mass panic, property destruction, burning trees/objects. Going off to war, Afghanistan, Tora Bora mentioned. Arguing, screaming, yelling, roaring. Blood/gore: Dead people/creatures, animal bones, side of butchered steer, chunk of flesh/object in flesh. Open wounds/gashes, bloody cuts/grazes/gashes/handprint. Blood on objects, teeth, legs, clothing, head. Blood in water, dripping blood, blood spatter/spray. Flatlining, bandages, wound-dressing. Eating sibling mentioned. Images of DNA sequencing, IV drips, patients on field hospital cots. Dino-slime.


    Kissing, flirting, ogling. Cleavage, skimpy clothing. Mild reference to sex.


    Cocktails, glasses of wine seen. Being stoned, Carfentinal, tequila mentioned.


    S-words, a-word, b*tch, butt. Religious exclamations.


    Dinosaurs, theme parks, brothers, aunty-nephew relationships, genetics, DNA, genetic modification, imprinting, corporate greed, man versus beast, hunting, instinct, tourism, bird strikes, animal tracking, humanity.


    Divorce, ghosts mentioned. Airport setting. Full moon (opening credits), waterfalls, plane, helicopters. Crow, birds, pig, goat, dinosaur land/sea/winged creatures, buzzing insects, shark (dead), rats, snake (dead), chameleon, salamander. "Monster under the bed" mentioned. Some foreign languages heard in background (no subtitles).


    Exciting, engaging, entertaining, effective, worthy, satisfying, tense, violent, heart-palpitating, thrilling, suspenseful, scary, horrific, funny, smart, self-aware, wild, silly. Credible world-building, intense/visceral/nail-biting set pieces, seamless CGI and animatronics, impressively crafted, sly meta-commetary, simple/effective characters, modest goals, believable setting, authentic consequences, wonderful score.


    Formulaic, predictable. Weak supporting characters, lame dialogue, some underdeveloped subplots, silly conclusion.

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