‘Jurassic World’ a fun ride

Alaa Mahmood, Staff Writer

From genetically modified dinosaurs to the extraordinary CGI effects, “Jurassic World” truly defines science fiction.

When the Jurassic Park series came out, each movie had a huge impact on the audience. Viewers were able to see something new and different from the other movies made at that time.

Michael Chriton’s books left an impact on Steven Spielberg, giving him the vision to make Jurassic Park. Spielberg’s movies, in turn, left an impact on everyone who watched them.

“Jurassic World” will take you on an adventure that will keep you hooked to the screen. The movie was released on June 12 and broke the box office record set by “The Avengers.”

The mistake John Hammond made making extinct animals come back to life in the first movie, sounds half pint now after seeing this new genetically modified dinosaur, which is made to be highly intelligent.

While they were ferocious animals from the beginning, making them intelligent has made them invincible.

As the story starts with a mother sending her two sons to the new amusement park called Jurassic World. Little do they know how much of a thrill they will experience.

“Jurassic World” keeps you on the edge of your seat. You see a dinosaur, with as much intelligence as a human, essentially playing hide and seek.

Even after a huge gap between the “Jurassic Park” movies and “Jurassic World,” the story was well put together. It had some throwbacks from the previous movies, which kept that raw “Jurassic Park” feeling. There is one scene when they go back to the ruined visitor center from the first movie on Isla Nublar.

The CGI looked obvious in some parts, but made the movie very rip-roaring. The acting was well done and reflected previous characters from the “Jurassic Park” movies as well.

At the end, “life finds a way” and it’s better to leave wildlife to itself. “Jurassic World” leaves us wondering what will be next … maybe another sequel.