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Initial release: May 29, 2015 (Paris)
Director: Colin Trevorrow
Running time: 2h 10m
Film series: Jurassic Park
Producers: Honest Marshall, Meat Crowley, Johnson Tul
Jurassic Globe doesn’t have an comparative of Samuel L Jackson’s chain-smoking worker Arnold from the first movie, or indeed anything like its all-but-subliminal referrals to J John Oppenheimer. But this is still a terrifically pleasant and interesting summer time spectacular: intelligent, crazy, absurd in just the right way, with some intelligent creative turns on the concept of how dinosaurs could be repositioned in a customer industry where they are almost very common, and how the army might take a terrifying attention in weaponising these terrifying monsters. There’s an almost Gaia-ist perception of how dinosaurs might fix their own downturn and in a (partial) nod to modern opinions, we get a heroine who can take out dinosaurs with a stun gun and also run very quick away from them in pumps. All these dinosaurs are women, which furthermore places Jurassic Globe in the obvious as far as the Bechdel analyze is involved.