Jurassic World

What the critics are saying about Jurassic World, starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and Irrfan Khan

Indian Express

‘Jurassic World’, the latest incarnation of the franchise, is lacking the deft sense of wonderment, wit and suspense that guided the original.

Along the scaly spine of the Tyrannosaurus Rex runs the evolution of Hollywood blockbustering.

Twenty-two years ago, Steven Spielberg’s ‘Jurassic Park’ set the standard for the kind of movie the industry has, ever since, bred like test-tube dinos. Their genes are genetically modified for the requisite computer-generated effects, merchandising tie-ins and theme park-style attractions.

While it’s easy to lament the kind of films born out of Spielberg’s box office record-setter, “Jurassic Park” was — and still is — a kind of pop perfection that has since been endlessly copied but rarely equaled.

Firstpost

It’s unsettling how Jurassic World doesn’t seem like insane science fiction, but like a place that could open up in the near future.

There’s a lot to marvel at in Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World — like Irrfan Khan’s strangely-accented English, the way Bryce Dallas Howard sprints through jungles in high heels without ever stumbling, and the countless cliches that litter the path to the film’s ginormous climax.

There is the alpha male who will unlock the emotional side of the uber successful, working woman. Asians are cool and unemotional. Indians are uncool and emotional. The bad guy wears black turtlenecks. There’s a cute kid with floppy hair and big eyes. And there are dinosaurs — some huge, some adorable, some insane.

Vox

Jurassic World is the fantastic summer film we deserve — a dazzling amalgam that’s part horror flick and part superhero movie.

There’s a lot to marvel at in Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World — like Irrfan Khan’s strangely-accented English, the way Bryce Dallas Howard sprints through jungles in high heels without ever stumbling, and the countless cliches that litter the path to the film’s ginormous climax.

There is the alpha male who will unlock the emotional side of the uber successful, working woman. Asians are cool and unemotional. Indians are uncool and emotional. The bad guy wears black turtlenecks. There’s a cute kid with floppy hair and big eyes. And there are dinosaurs — some huge, some adorable, some insane.

 

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