“Jurassic World: A New Age” is the sixth movie in the Dino series. In just the first few minutes, you feel like you’re seeing more dinosaurs than the full original 1993 Jurassic Park.
In the new movie he meets Young generation hero from past episodes On the heroes of the first parts. Dinosaurs have now spread all over the world. A sinister biotech company wants to use the new age while manipulating dinosaur genes for plans for world domination. Anyone, faced with this synopsis, wondering whether Hollywood should offer the caning of lazy screenwriters is right. If you’re totally satisfied if your head gets blown off by two and a half hours’ worth of rumbling dinosaur action without having to worry about gaps in the drama, you might as well be right.
The charm of the first “Jurassic Park” will not be repeated anyway. Because admiring the magical arts of visual effects has long given way to witches for tired yawns.
More locations, more characters, and more show effects didn’t help Faust II.
When Steven Spielberg and his team prepared the film adaptation of Michael Crichton’s novel “Dino Park” in 1991, doll-makers had a say in Hollywood. Small and large models were the most trick and end technique. Problem: They never looked quite real. The personality of the doll cannot be hidden.
In technical terms, this phenomenon was called “motion blur”. If a person moves quickly in front of the camera, for example raising his arms, this movement is briefly blurred in the recording, blurred and therefore appears normal. However, the movements of the puppet monsters, some of which weigh a ton, which are broadcast through the image using stop motion technology, are always sharp in front of the camera and thus look unnatural and jerky.
That’s why Spielberg’s staff at Industrial Light & Magic first wanted to try to digitally create the models’ lack of motion blur on the computer. ILM inventor Steve “Spaz” Williams even designed an entire skeleton of a T-Rex on PC without the permission of his superiors and showed it to Spielberg and his people. Legend has it that people cried happily during the short performance. Spielberg says to this day he knew at that moment: This is the future.
Models can still be seen in close-up shots, but computer animation was used primarily for long shots. Which is why, to the amazement of viewers around the world, dinosaurs actually appeared in ways no one had dared to dream of before. “Jurassic Park” is considered one of the most amazing Hollywood films in history, because you can see the amazement and childlike joy of this miracle in the creators behind them and the actors in front of the camera. Steven Spielberg pushed the boundaries of cinema Like almost any director before or after him – but at the same time stamped the victory of pixel reformers over film artists. The consequences bathe viewers in almost all current Hollywood films.
Screenwriters are sloppy with their stories, and directors are less likely to find visual surprises because, if necessary, a lot of show value can be inserted into post-production. This method of action can also be seen in “Jurassic World: A New Age” by Colin Trevorrow. The movie is flawless in terms of craftsmanship, sound effects and visual effects are all there state of the art.
In a cinema with good technical equipment, you get a lot of shaking in your chairAnd the As befits a decent popcorn movie. But a week or even a day later, do you still remember any details that eat up your memory like those great, irreversible cinematic moments? number
More locations, more characters, and more rendering effects, these typical complements didn’t help Faust II. And since the whole Earth as a battlefield is now also on fire with this movie, there will likely be “Jurassic Wars” in space next time. Maybe the alien will stop.
Jurassic World: DominionUSA 2022 – Directed by: Colin Trevorrow. Writers: Emily Carmichael, Colin Trevorrow. Camera: John Schwartzman. Starring: Bryce Dallas Howard, Laura Dern, Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum. Global, 146 minutes. Theatrical release: June 9, 2022.
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