The coolest part of this film to me was definitely its scale. I am quite sad that I missed seeing this in theaters because it would have definitely been even more fun on the big screen. The landscape is so similar to the original Jurassic Park and yet even more crisp. We constantly see dinosaurs roaming around, which is the main attraction of the franchise. We even get to fly through the theme park multiple times, seeing point of view shots from helicopters and other modes of transportation. An applause is definitely due here to the cinematographer and everyone who worked on the flawless special effects for this film.
Of course, this film must have been hard to make after all of the other films in the franchise. I have only seen the original Jurassic Park and I love it. Jurassic World seems to be a bit more experimental and almost feels like a spoof of the original. Full of cheesy dialogue, the film flows with a lot of comedy and odd conversations. The traditional gender roles used make the film super campy but in the best way possible. Not to mention, I don't think I have seen a film with so much product placement. Here are just a few of the companies I recall seeing: Starbucks, Brookstone, Pandora, Coca-cola. Clearly, Trevorrow was trying to create a blockbuster that would be fun for the whole family and nostalgic for fans of the franchise. And boy did he succeed!
The Bottom Line: This film is campy and creative for audiences to reminisce on the roots of the franchise.