‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ Review: Netflix’s Animated Dino Adventure Is a Rawr-ing Good Time

‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ Review: Netflix’s Animated Dino Adventure Is a Rawr-ing Good Time
The magic of the Jurassic Park franchise has always been its sense of awe. From Michael Chrichton's more science-minded approach with the novels' larger-than-life Frankenstein riff to Steven Spielberg's groundbreaking film adaptation, the sequels, and Colin Trevorrow’s updated reimagining with Jurassic World; it’s all about the highs and lows of awe. It’s wondering at the audacity of daring to play god. It’s Sam Neill and Laura Dern’s wide-eyed, slack-jawed expressions of joy the first time they see a Brachiosaurus towering over them. It’s the way you can'…
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