Jurassic World

Synopsis: 22 years after the original Jurassic Park failed, the new park (also known as Jurassic World) is open for business. After years of studying genetics the scientists on the park genetically engineer a new breed of dinosaur. When everything goes horribly wrong, will our heroes make it off the island?
Director(s): Colin Trevorrow
Production: Universal Pictures
  14 wins & 57 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
124 min

Boys, let's do this!


Honey, what are you doing?

What is this?

Here. Let's go.

Come on, honey.

Your flight's in two hours.

Dane County Airport is 36 minutes away,

60 with traffic.

How many minutes to get your

little butt in the van?

How many of those?

- Feed the monster under your bed?

- Yes.

Call me every day,

and text me pics,

so I don't forget what you look like.

I'm only gonna be gone a week.


You're not going off

to war here. Please.

Come on.

I will see you later.

I love you.


Bye, okay?


Are you in, buddy?

I know it hurts, sweetheart.

Are you gonna be okay?

Everything right on there?

I'm so jealous.

You're gonna have so much fun.

I love you.

I love you, too.

Okay, great.

All right, um,

let's give these to your brother, okay?

You hold these, please.

Can you hold these? Zach.

Honey, I need you to

take care of these.


- Hey.

- All right.

Listen to your mother.

Take care of your brother.

Answer your phone.

I'm serious.

It's the green button.

When you see my name,

push it, okay?

And remember,

something chases you, run.

Come on.

All right. You're funny.

Okay, let's go. Come on.

Bye, guys.


I miss you already.


So much for our

last family breakfast.

Why do you have to

say things like that?

Did you call your sister?

Straight to voicemail.

It'll be fine.

She handles 20,000 people a day, right?

She can handle two more.

How big is the island?


But how many pounds?

That doesn't make sense.

When they first opened,

they had eight species.

Now they have 14 herbivores

and six carnivores.

That's 50 tons of food a week.

Welcome to Isla Nublar,

home of Jurassic World.

We hope you have a safe and

enjoyable stay with us.

Where's Aunt Claire?


Those of you in the front of the train

should be able to

see our main gates.

Please obey all park rules.

Proper attire, including shoes and shirts,

must be worn at all times.

Your aunt arranged to greet you at 1:00.

Can he slow down?


Come on!

Your aunt's got you VIP access,

so you can get in all the

rides without waiting in line.

Let's go.

Dude, she said we had to wait.

I don't wanna wait anymore.

Hal Osterly, vice president.

Jim Drucker, bad hair.

Erica Brand, deserves better.

Hal, Jim, Erica.

Hal, Jim, Erica.

And I am Claire.

Three minutes late.

Welcome to Jurassic World.

While year over year,

revenue continues to climb,

operating costs

are higher than ever.

Our shareholders have been patient,

but let's be honest,

no one is impressed

by a dinosaur anymore.

Twenty years ago, de-extinction

was right up there with magic.

These days, kids

look at a Stegosaurus

like an elephant

from the city zoo.

That doesn't mean asset

development is falling behind.

Our DNA excavators discover

new species every year.

But consumers want them bigger,

louder, more teeth.

The good news?

Our advances in gene splicing have

opened up a whole new frontier.

We've learned more from

genetics in the past decade

than a century of

digging up bones.


when you say you want to

sponsor an attraction,

what do you have in mind?

We want to be thrilled.

Don't we all?

The Indominus rex.

Our first genetically

modified hybrid.

How did you get two different

kinds of dinosaurs to, you know...

Indominus wasn't bred.

She was designed.

She will be 50 feet

long when fully grown.

Bigger than the T. rex.

Every time we've unveiled a new asset,

attendance has spiked.

Global news coverage,

celebrity visitors.

Eyes of the world.

When will she be ready?

She already is.

Come on!


Come on.

Dude, chill.


to the Innovation Center,

where technology

meets prehistory.

The Triceratops can go

horn-to-tooth with the apex predators.

Literally meaning

"three-horned face" in Greek,

Triceratops is

half as tall as T. rex

...as one-hundred

trillion tons of TNT.

...turn its head back

to look over its shoulder

to better aim the swing

of its dangerous tail.

Cytosine, guanine,

adenine, and thymine.

The same four things in

everything that ever lived.

Hey, don't wander off,

all right?

Mom's not paying

me for babysitting.

Gray, is that you?

Aunt Claire!

Okay, yeah. No, I'm gonna have to go.

My nephews are here.


My gosh, you're so sweet.

Whoa, Zach.

Last time I saw you,

you were like...

That must've been what?

- Three, four years ago?

- Seven.

Seven years,

but, you know, close.

So, I see you already

got your wristbands.

And this is for food.

And Zara here is going to

take great care of you

until I'm done

working tonight, okay?

You're not coming with us?

I really wish that I could,

but tomorrow I can take you

into the control room,

show you behind the

scenes and all of that.

That's gonna be cool, right?

Okay, so I will see

you tonight at 6:00.

No, don't forget you have the...

Right, of course.

I will see you tonight at 8:00.

What time do you go to sleep?

Or do you go to sleep at different times?

Okay, so, have fun,

and take very good

care of them, okay?

Yeah. No, I'm here.

It's those two juvenile

Triceratops. They're going at it again.

Should I tranq them, or are you

coming over to

take care of this?

Go ahead and tranq them.

They're running.

What's the live count?


- Any incidents?

- Yes.

Six kids in the Lost and Found,

28 down with heatstroke...

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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