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Old-fashioned thrills and tremendously likeable lead performances make this a worthy sequel to Steven Spielberg’s classic 1993 creature feature.
Two decades have passed since the disastrous first visit to John Hammond’s dino theme park and his dream has finally been realised. The rebranded Jurassic World is fully operational and Bryce Dallas Howard’s uptight operations manager has got plenty on her plate. Her kid nephews (Ty Simpkins, Nick Robinson) are flying in to visit and money-hungry shareholders need convincing that the newest attraction will keep the tourists ploughing through the turnstiles.
Yep, it turns out the fearsome T-rex just doesn’t cut it anymore. The public’s insatiable hunger for something bigger, badder and scarier has prompted the returning BD Wong to go hog wild in the lab. The result is terrifying GM nightmare the Indominus rex and – being a very clever girl – it’s not long before she makes a break for it. Thankfully Chris Pratt’s wisecracking raptor wrangler is on hand to keep the chaos in check. Sort of. It doesn’t deliver the smarts or suspense of Spielberg’s original, but those looking for big-budget blockbuster entertainment will definitely get their money’s worth.