No, it is just words; a written document to aid the actors which gives them their lines along with details of any audio/visual cues they might have to react to.t.d. wrote:You understand that a script is more than just words, right?
I actually really enjoyed Jake Johnsons role in the filmMaverick McKillshark wrote:Agreed.
I thought Chris Pratt was good in Jurassic World though. He was tough, funny, believable and his scenes with Bryce Dallas Howard throughout the movie were good to watch.
Other notables included the new park owner Irrfan Khan who again was an amusing character and the baddy played by Vincent D'Onofrio. It wasn't so keen on Jake Johnson and Lauren Lapkus, but meh, I didn't like Samuel L Jackson in the original either. BD Wong did a good job bringing continuity to the show.
I think if anyone goes into a Jurassic Park film expecting a cutting-edge script and superb acting performances then they're not in the right spirit and are inevitably going to be disappointed. The Jurassic Park series is as from high-brow cinema as you can possibly get and thus the script and performances therein are quite suitably hammed up.
I love a good action/adventure movie. I just found JW to be really poor.Sandies wrote:Jeez Id fornicate hate to go see movies here with those that didn't enjoy Jurassic world
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