‘These creatures were here before us, and if we’re not careful, they’re going to be here after. Life cannot be contained. Life breaks free. Life finds a way.’ /Ian Malcolm/
What is this movie about?
The island where the dinosaurs are permanently kept becomes endangered because a volcanic eruption is about to happen. A discussion about the dinos life evolves between the government and the scientists. Claire Dearing (played by Bryce Dallas Howard) wants to find her ex-boyfriend, Owen Grady (played by Chris Pratt), because he is the only one who can find Blue, the Velociraptor.
What kind of question does the movie raise?
Is it OK for people to interfere in genetics?
What should you do when your discovery proves to be dangerous?
Are you responsible for creations?
Who decides what happens to creatures?
Can we really teach dangerous animals not to hurt us?
Is really sorry the hardest word to say in a relationship?
What did I like about this movie?
First of all this Jurassic World movie brings all the standards you are used to such as mindblowing visionary, jokes, stereotypical but loveable characters and dinosaurs! I liked the fact that I wasn’t sure what is going to happen to them even at the very last seconds of that ominous scene. I also liked that it made me think about genetics, technology and what is wrong and right for us te do these days in general.