Jurassic World 3D - Limited Edition Gift Set (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD)
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October 20, 2015
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Jurassic World Synopsis
Twenty-two years ago, John Hammond envisioned a theme park where guests could experience the thrill of witnessing actual dinosaurs. Today, Jurassic World welcomes tens of thousands of visitors, but something ferocious lurks behind the park’s attractions: a genetically modified dinosaur with savage capabilities. When chaos erupts across the island, Owen (Chris Pratt, Guardians of the Galaxy) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard, The Help) race to restore order as a day in the park becomes a struggle for survival.
|Indominus Rex||Mosasaurus||Pteranodon||Tyrannosaurus Rex||Velociraptor|
|Name Meaning||Fierce or Untamable King||Meuse River Lizard||Toothless Wing||Tyrant Lizard||Swift Thief|
|Habitat||Jurassic World||Seas of Europe and North America||North America, Europe||Western North America||Mongolia|
|Length||Currently 40 ft||60 ft||18 ft||40 ft||15 ft|
|Weight||TBD||50 tons||70 lbs||9 tons||300 lbs|
|Diet||Carnivore||Carnivore||Primarily fish||Flesh and bone||Carnivore|
|Age||--||Late Cretaceous, 70-66 million years ago||Late Cretaceous||Late Cretaceous, 68-66 million years ago||Cretaceous|
|Aggression Index||Very High||High||High||High||Very High|
|Bio||We set out to make Indominus the most fearsome dinosaur ever to be displayed at Jurassic World. The genetic engineers at our Hammond Creation Lab have more than delivered. At first glance, Indominus most closely resembles a T. rex. But its distinctive head ornamentation and ultra-tough bony osteoderms can be traced from Theropods known as Abelisaurs. Indominus' horns have been placed above eye orbit through genetic material hybridized from Carnotaurus, Majungasaurus, Rugops and Giganotosaurus. Fearsome indeed. Indominus' roar is estimated to reach 140-160db - the same as a 747 taking off and landing. And it can reach speeds of 30 mph...while confined to its enclosure.||Mosasaurus once ruled the Cretaceous seas. An immense seagoing lizard - and not an actual dinosaur - Mosasaurus can use its fearsome array of teeth to catch fish, birds, and other marine reptiles - even great white sharks. In fact, Mosasaurus has a second set of teeth in its upper palate that ensures any prey sliding down its throat will not be able to escape.||The Pteranodon is our Jurassic World's biggest pterosaur, or flying reptile. With a wider wingspan than any known bird, it's primarily a fish eater, though Pteranodon is very aggressive.||Among the largest carnivores to have ever stalked the planet, Tyrannosaurus was one fearsome dinosaur. Tyrannosaurus fossils have shown toothmarks that could have only been made by their own kind.||The Velociraptor is our park's most intelligent dinosaur. Always on the hunt, they are not yet trained for public display.|
Steven Spielberg returns to executive produce the long-awaited next installment of his groundbreaking Jurassic Park series, Jurassic World, an epic action-adventure.
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I really didn't know how I felt about the new direction of the plot at first, but I'm made my peace with it. Basically, it centers around the old idea that humans will exploit something that should be wondrous and special for personal and financial gain. Also, the old adage about when anything new is created the first thing some people ask is how can it be used for war.
After watching the second movie in the new arc, I've come to like it a little better. Also, since I heard what they're planning for the series. They're opening the world and trying to get away from just retelling the same story with new characters. While I loved the original and want to see more of it, and I'm sure many of you do too, I also understand that we'd eventually get tired of it and we'd be comparing it to the originals and they wouldn't hold up.
What I am really worried about is them leaving the island. My least favorite part of the entire franchise is in the second movie where they take a few dinos to LA. I loved the first part on the island where they're in the wild, but not when they're in the city. It just turned into godzilla at that point. So I hope they handle that aspect better, going forward. I see a few possibilities that i'd love to see explored.
This is a good movie, though, that I think new and old fans alike can enjoy.
I liked the fact that the movie came with a BluRay disc, a DVD disc and a digital copy. I love to use the digital copy and I stream it to a high resolution digital projector into a 12 foot diagonal picture. Backed up with a 7 channel stereo system the movie seems like you are watching it at the theatre.
The BluRay picture and the audio track were just excellent. I liked that the film was constant action and people were fighting to survive. Like most movie series you don’t get the wow factor like you did in the first film. This is still a very good film and I rated it at 4 stars. Had it been the first film, with the expected first impression wow factor, it would probably have been a 5 star rating.
It is a good film and worth owning to have in your video library.
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And it's great that we finally get to see the park how it was intended to be at last - fully functioning and crammed full of paying guests, many of whom will inevitably of course become dino-snacks for the prehistoric beasts (large and small) they have come to gawp at. The park has a great feel to it and as all the guests excitably explore it's many features and star attractions you can't help but get excited about the fact that at some point you know it's going to all go horribly wrong, which is when the real action will kick in.
There is a familiar face or two but the new cast who see us through the unfolding chaos are mostly great - Chris Pratt makes for a great dinosaur trainer/hero with his rough and ready charm and easy humour and there is fairly decent chemistry between him and his female counterpart, Bryce Dallas - the park manager, who together are trying to contain the chaos (and death count) whilst also trying to keep her two nephews safe, who have picked the worst week possible to come and see the island. The older of the two nephews perhaps wasn't quite ready for a film this big but given his age you can't really hold it against him too much.
The film might be fairly formulaic but there are some nice nods to the original film along with new and improved dinosaurs (and the addition of some Chris-Pratt-Trained friendly raptors helping to save the day was a nice touch) and the two hours flew by with plenty of action.
I love the different setting of this one, and I like the way it completes what was intended with the first 'Jurassic Park' - i.e. a theme park where these dinosaurs are displayed! The new actors also breathe some fresh air into the franchise, as do the new dinosaurs! I won't give any spoilers re:plot, but it's got the usual dose of peril and action as the other films. Just a really enjoyable, easy to watch movie, ideal to relax with a beer and some popcorn with - loved it!
If you are a fan of the earlier 'Jurassic Park' films, you will also enjoy 'Jurassic World'. In many ways, the older films are formulaic, and this is written and produced very much to that same, highly successful, formula:
Take a handsome, hunky alpha male, an attractive but not too ditzy female, and some cute kids of various sizes, add some superb locations, some totally inept authority figures and a large number of teeth. Shake and stir, season with a lot of fake blood, and serve hot and fast.
Jurassic World follows this formula to the letter. It has merely increased the size of the teeth, and the numbers of potential victims in jeopardy, with the new Theme Park already operating and in full swing, as the film opens. However, it produces a very entertaining result from this ‘dynos' by-the-numbers, adding a nice little twist by having Velociraptors, formerly one of the arch villains, now being called upon to be part of the solution. ‘Cute Velociraptors’ are probably beyond even Hollywood’s abilities for invention, but this will certainly have improved their profile!
All in all, this is a good, entertaining family film, certainly a good choice for a wet Sunday afternoon. Enjoy!
Jurassic Park was a movie where the attraction was about to open. Jurassic World, it is open.. and has been running for some years. Visitors are getting bored of your normal run of the mill dinosaurs (Erm yeah, as you would) so the owners set about making a new dinosaur. Good idea. What could possibly possibly go wrong? 🤪👍
Great movie for Jurassic Park and a Dinosaur fans!
Overall, a good saturday night film to watch at home and I would watch it again at some point.
The copy of Jurassic World is amazing though. Great quality, especially in 3D. I also like how it can be streamed easily onto pretty much any device (I've watched it a few times on my phone, without any problem).
TL;DR: It's worth it if you're a big JP fan wanting some memorabilia which will probably become rare in the far future, otherwise, it's not worth the steep price. I'd buy some standalone statues elsewhere and the JP trilogy box set.