Story: A little over two decades after what occurred at the old Jurassic Park, the action now takes place on an island off the coast of Costa Rica that is home to a massive and carefully monitored dinosaur theme park. A group of brilliant scientists have created a hybrid dinosaur called Indominus Rex as the star attraction of the facility. Their new 'creation' so to speak, goes on a rampage and threatens the lives of everyone in Jurassic World.
Review: Jurassic World evokes the same sense of excitement and awe that we saw in the very first Jurassic Park movie and builds on it, giving the creatures we see on screen a palpable sense of realism, that's completely compelling. Two brothers, Gray (Simpkins) and Zach (Robinson) are left in the care of their aunt Claire (Howard) by their emotional mom (Greer) in Jurassic World for a day of fun in that prehistoric paradise.
The park owner, Simon Masrani (Khan, who nails it) has big ideas for the future of Jurassic World, thanks to the crowd-pulling power (they hope!) of the Indominus Rex, and he is supported in his plans by marketing whiz Claire. However, Owen (Pratt) who has raised four velociraptors, doesn't really like the way Claire treats the dinosaurs like numbers on a spreadsheet rather than living creatures. His approach is hands-on, rather than the others who monitor things from a safe distance. Claire and Owen's chemistry however, is apparent from the first frame that they share.
Owen, an ex Marine, also doesn't see eye to eye with Hoskins (D'Onofrio), an arrogant defence contractor who would rather train the dinosaurs with implanted gadgetry to be potential weapons of war, replacing human soldiers. Later on though, it is only Owen and Claire, with a little help from some friendly dinosaurs, who can save the day. Although the film is safely formulaic, it is executed with finesse. The effects are superb, the action is supersized and ultimately, if there is just one word that can describe this movie, that word would be 'awesome'.