Jurassic World took what seemed like a lifetime to be released, and the final product is every bit as satisfying as others in the series.
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Jurassic World returns to Isla Nublar, now there is a fully functioning theme park with all the dinosaurs that fans have come to know and love.
The story follows two young brothers who go to the island to visit their Aunty who is the operations manager at the park.
Due to the need for a new attraction, park scientists have created a new dinosaur called Indominus Rex.
The Indominus Rex is a deadly new beast that merges two of the franchises most beloved monsters, the Tyrannosaurus Rex and the Velociraptor, combining to make the movies villain dinosaur large in size and hungry for killing, but also incredibly intelligent, capable of tricking in hunting patterns.
The general plot of Jurassic World is fairly predictable, the Indominus Rex breaks free and goes on a killing spree around the island.
Without giving too much away, the visuals in Jurassic World are as epic as expected, but what stood out to me was the relationship between the raptors and one of the chief main characters.
Owen is a Velociraptor expert and trainer, and the story of Jurassic World portrays a close bond between Owen and the raptors, a heart warming change from what the series offered in the first three films.
While the raptors do turn evil at one point in the film, the general way they are portrayed is nice.
Overall, Jurassic Park is every bit the experience fans of the franchise wanted it to be.