Posted by Mark Bridge On November - 25 - 2014 0 Comment

We will never forget the spectacular Steven Spielberg film called Jurassic Park that made the early 90’s a dream come true.  With the use of CG and practical effects, we were able to see dinosaurs come to life in an extremely believable vision.  Some audiences (not me) and critics were less thrilled with its sequels, but the were successful films nonetheless.  No a new film in the franchise entitled Jurassic World will feature a fully open and functional Park filled with dinos and rides that the public can enjoy.  But all the niceties of course won’t last.  Scientists decided they’ll go with the bright idea of creating genetically engineered dinosaurs.  That will definitely end well.

The new trailer for the film has landed online two days earlier than it was scheduled for.  It features some cool visuals, however, I’m not buying the whole engineering dinosaurs bit.  Why would scientist want to do that?  They better find a plausible reason for that, or my enjoyment of this film will be limited.  It was a nice touch putting an eerie version of the theme music at the end.  Nothing says welcome to Jurassic Pa — er  — World better than that John Williams piece.

The film stars Chris Pratt (Owen), Bryce Dallas Howard (Claire), Vincent D’Onofrio (Morton), Ty Simpkins (Gray), Nick Robinson (Zach), BD Wong (Dr. Henry Wu), Irrfan Khan (Simon Masrani), with Brian Tee, Omar Sy, and Judy Greer.  Jurassic World is directed by Colin Trevorrow, and opens June 12, 2015.


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