What made 1993’s “Jurassic Park” such a spectacle was the fact that no one had ever seen anything quite like it. “Jurassic Park” is largely credited with popularizing the move to computers for visual effects work. Nowadays, the practice of using CGI in films has become so widespread that it’s in just about every single Hollywood film whether you realize it or not. It’s not like it’s cheap or easy either. But it’s so commonplace these days that audiences have come to expect something bigger and better every time they see something. “Jurassic World” feels the need to up the ante, and boy is it dreadful.