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Jurassic park founder, Simon Masrani, recruits his trusted scientists Claire and Dr. Wu to help create an amazing dino-hybrid called the Indominus Rex. But, when it escapes, they look to rugged dinosaur trainer, Owen Grady, to save the day.Written by
First and foremost, you already know exactly what you are getting when you venture into a Lego project. And on that note, I will say that "LEGO Jurassic World: The Indominus Escape" didn't fail to deliver.
The animation was great, as it always is in LEGO productions. And the art style was good, again as it tends to be in the Lego productions. But while this is good, it is also sort of a hindrance, because LEGO might have settled and nested down in this formula, so there isn't really much Progress or advancement.
"LEGO Jurassic World: The Indominus Escape" is of course intended for a younger audience and for fans of the "LEGO Jurassic World: The Indominus Escape" franchise. And my 7-year old son enjoyed the movie quite a lot. I, however, didn't find it all that impressive; but then again, I have outgrown LEGO decades ago.
This is definitely something that will appeal to the younger audience, especially if they also enjoy the countless LEGO games that are available. It sure did spur on my son's interest in the Jurassic World LEGO toys afterwards.
Personally, I just don't get why they turn already existing movies and such into LEGO versions. But then again, that is of course just a personal matter of opinion.
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