I’m not usually a big one for blockbuster movies but there’s something about the Jurassic Park films I have always loved. So, when the new Jurassic World TV spot released yesterday, yes, I have to say I watched it about 10 times.
Called Jurassic World, The Park is Open, the new TV spot shows jaw-dropping CGI and special effects (well, they did spend $150 million on making this movie), and primarily concentrates on carnage. Carnage by the new dinosaur, the D-Rex as well as a whole slew of pteranodons swooping down on and attacking theme park goers.
I have to say, though, in some respects I don’t have much sympathy for them. After all, didn’t they see what happened at Jurassic Park? Why do they think visiting Jurassic World is going to be any different?
And, as per usual, I’m sure the storyline will be lame and predictable but, let’s face it, story is never why anyone watches something like Jurassic World any.
Jurassic World releases on June 12th, 2015 in the US. And in 3D. And, yes, I’ll be at the head of the line for a ticket.
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