Jurassic World 3D … the island has developed and looks very 21st century with a futuristic train system & glass ball shaped rides, streets and avenues like the Disneyland (which was a very cool design by the way) and more dinosaurs (some a hybrid between 2 species).
The Plot, a newly developed, aggressive & intelligent, predator dinosaur gets out of it’s cage (well hardly a cage) and goes on a killing spree, killing both humans and other dinos. The poor dinos look like mice in front of this monstrous creature, who is named Indominus Rex, and our bad ass hero, who trains, talks and is friends with these extinct creatures, tracks the monster and brings him down … well not technically, but still!
Chris Pratt as the ex-Navy, dinosaur loving, monster hunting kick-ass hero along with Bryce Dallas Howard (you might know her from Spider Man 3) form an awkward (both physically and chemically) army of 2 to fight the formidable Indominus Rex (I crack up every time I say the name). Joined by to 2 young boys who are more courageous than the combined complete population of the Jurassic Island. A proud moment for us Indians is Irrfan Khan who owns the Jurassic World, works on principals than profits and has a meaty role with hardly any reference to his accent or his roots.
The kids loved it and my young one did not take of her 3D glasses for a second. She was hardly scared of the monster and cheered every time it ate someone up. The scene to watch out for is when the croc-styled dino leaps out of the water to feed on a shark. Even after more than 20 years, since the first Jurassic movie, I am still enamoured by these large species and find it exciting to go watch them on the big screen.
My suggestion is go and have fun, enjoy the larger than life sets, watch it in 3D and gorge on a lot of pop-corn. The original park is showcased in some parts, so I even promise nostalgia.