I haven't seen a thread on here about Jurassic World. I thought I would bring it up since a new trailer came out semi-recently. Trailer 1 (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Trailer 1 (open) Trailer 1 (close) Trailer 2 (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Trailer 2 (open) Trailer 2 (close) Video of my opinion. (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Video of my opinion. (open) Video of my opinion. (close) If you can't or don't want to watch the video, my opinion is this. First, it feels uncomfortably close to Jurassic park 3. My first real point is, admittedly, a nitpick. They have claimed that the Indomitus Rex is the first 'genetically modified' Dinosaur. All the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park are genetically modified, they were all crossed with frogs. To get to my real complaints, In the most recent trailer there's a comment that the dinosaurs are communicating with each other. In Jurassic Park and The Lost World, it's obvious that the dinosaurs communicate, but at an animalistic level. In Jurassic Park 3 they tried to give the deinonychus Human level communication, and it didn't work, and they seem to be doing the same thing here. The problem with this comes down to the basic conflict that fueled Jurassic Park and made it world. A quick refresher for those who don't know, there are three basic types of conflict, man vs. other, man vs. self, and man vs. nature. Jurassic Park falls squarely into the third category. The dinosaurs in Jurassic Park worked because they were a representation of nature, but could have easily been replaced with other animals and still worked. In the trailer for Jurassic World they seem to give the Indomitus Rex Human level intelligence, creating a man vs. other 'creature feature'. That's my main thoughts on it, what are yours?