‘Jurassic World’: The Future, The Past, And The Alternatives

Jurassic World seems to be the most successful movie in the whole franchise – so far. However, right now some fans are trying to guess the plot of the sequel, the others have a nostalgic feeling towards the old movies and there are also those who seek creative alternatives.

According to the Inquisitr, the most probable plotline of the Jurassic World sequel has already been defined.

“Premiering more than a decade after the last installment, Jurassic World famously endured years of re-writes and development hell, a process that eventually saw the story refined to its current form, as the Inquisitr previously reported. A number of concepts were scrapped along the way. However, Jurassic World was at one point set to involve both Alan Grant and Ian Malcolm, who discovered another offshore island owned by InGen, while others were kept and developed. In the finished film, one of those ideas has seemingly set the stage for the future of the franchise.”

“Speaking with CinemaBlend, Trevorrow addressed the exit of Dr. Henry Wu from Jurassic World, and the logical continuation of the “dinosaurs as weapons” subplot of the film.”

However, not everyone is interested in the sequel. Some fans even think that the Jurassic World is not the best variation of the Jurassic Park. A.V. Club reports that there is a 2002 low budget remake of the original Steven Spielberg’s movie, which impressed lots of fans even more than the new movie everyone is crazy about now.

“Steven Hudson decided to share an impressively low budget remake of Steven Spielberg’s classic that he made in summer 2002 with the help of family. Hudson and co-creator David Grant have gone on to found Cinesaurus, a creative studio whose profile should blow up with the release of this film. The homemade version comes with less Spielberg and Jeff Goldblum, as well as a potentially fatal flaw, but there’s enough charm over the course of the 100 minute runtime to make up for it.”

Meanwhile, feminists don’t talk about 2002 alternative at all. They compare the Jurassic World and the Jurassic Park, and unfortunately for the new movie – it loses. According to Fusion, the Jurassic Park‘s main character seems to be much more tough than her follower in the Jurassic World.

“The way Claire ties the tails of her blouse and the purple tank top layered beneath it are probably meant to evoke Jurassic Park’s Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern). Unfortunately, outside of their waist-up style choices, these two women have little in common.”

“Unlike Claire, Sattler is one hell of a character. She’s brave, passionate, and brilliant, as intellectually and physically capable as anyone else in the movie (perhaps even more so than anyone else in the movie).”

All in all, the diverse reactions of the audience towards the Jurassic World prove once again that it’s impossible to satisfy everyone even with a very qualitative product.

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