Jurassic World is the most unrealistic movie I have ever seen. I realize that part of the reason to make the movie is to allow one to experience a taste of something that does not actually exist. I can accept that with no problem. The Jurassic Park book tried to explain how they got the dinosaur clones using too much detail and showed that the author had no appreciation for the importance of the architecture of DNA in producing a viable organism. I forgave this and enjoyed the story.
The new movie has gone too far, though. I do not mind so much that it represents a return to the evil scientist and evil military complex in movies. With movies like Avatar, we kind of had good scientists and stupid, evil military. I say stupid because they had the ability to remotely control bodies from a long way away, so why couldn't they, I don't know, use a drone or something to kill their technology challenged enemies? Jurassic World rejects the notion that maybe scientists can do some good things, though and the military is really gratuitous since they could have had the story without them, but they wanted to inexplicably have someone want to use the dinosaurs as war-fighters. Got it. An idiotic insertion in the movie that I was totally willing to ignore and just move on to enjoying the action. Not that big of a problem.
Where the movie fails unforgivably, however, is when they are entering Jurassic World. There was something crucial missing. I mean, this was a place that has a water-dwelling dinosaur that performs a trick where it jumps out of the water for the entertainment of the masses. Are you really asking me to believe that such a thing could happen and there would be no PETA protesters outside the park? That was a step too far for me. Just too unbelievable.