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JonnyBoy
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Call me crazy, but why hasn't anyone included Jurassic World?  Not even op 10?  Really?

Pretty shocking, if you ask me.


Didn't see it!


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James McClung
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I honestly didn't care for Jurassic World. Not a bad flick, as I recall, but too campy for my taste and without many memorable dinosaur moments other than the final scene, which was admittedly great. More importantly, even writing this, I'm straining to remember specifics about the film, good or bad. Whatever the issues, I think it just didn't really make much of an impression on me in the end. I'll stick with the original.


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Dustin
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My kids liked Jurassic World because they didn't see the first one. I zoned out about 10 minutes in. I suppose it boils down to one's mentality.


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I thought JW was a reasonable reboot, decent enough action scenes and Chris Pratt is always watchable... but it just wasn't special imho and the script felt a bit patchwork  


Anthony Cawood - Award winning screenwriter
Available Short screenplays - http://www.anthonycawood.co.uk/short-scripts
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I thought Jurassic World was horrible Same old, same old.


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Now managed to catch up on Room, Creed, The Big Short and Mad Max: Fury Road. The latter finished about half an hour ago - think I'm still coming down from the adrenaline...!

Think I'm gonna have to revise my 'Best of' list once I've also seen a few more of last year's US releases, which are now appearing over here. One question: is Brooklyn worth seeing on a big screen, will I be missing out on the cinematic experience of it if I wait for it to appear on Sky/Netflix/similar?


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