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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)


Chris Pratt
Bryce Dallas Howard
Rafe Spall
Justice Smith

Directed by J. A. Bayona

The new Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom movie reminds me much like every other Jurassic Park movie created after the first (Jurassic Park in 1993) directed by Steven Spielberg. Each of those movies were good, but not great like the first Jurassic Park.
In the first two additions (Jurassic Park 2 and 3) things were coasting and the movie was more like things the producers wished they could have included to the first Jurassic Park movie.

In this continuation series, my biggest issues are additional long conversations and build-ups to what we were all waiting for, the dinosaurs getting totally out of control. Instead of adding a new spin to the plot the last two movies have been same old tale, different cast.

In Fallen Kingdom – again, although when watching I was hoping it will not be – they “villains” are planning on making a new dinosaur by merging the DNA from the Indominus Rex from the Jurassic World (2015) with that of the last living Velociraptor.
Yes, the movie is dealing with the same further mutation of the mutated dinosaurs that all the movies have been about. There is nothing new to add, just a lengthy buildup like I said and some video clips of the past showing how raptors can be controlled.
The movie also decided to put you on the edge of what is to come by dropping clues and employing some no needed tactic to warn you of the danger ahead, this ended up being just too boring to be applauded.

So, the dead Indomius Rex DNA was harvested and by fooling Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) from the first movie our new idiot financier wants to weaponize these creatures with his new hybrid. Selling them to the highest bidder and taken care of anyone in his path towards this financial breakthrough he envisions.
The island where the dinosaurs were, was going to be overturn by a volcano and our cruel financier and all round bad guy fooled the beloved duo into helping him capture some of the dinosaurs with the lie of moving them to another island.

Before you can get to the part of the thrill and excitement you will must wait for over eighty minutes before the dinosaurs break loose.

The movie seems to be on a path towards a financial profit for Universal and I’m sure a third part is already being done. Universal went all in when it came to the marketing and production of this movie, pumping over $350 million way more than the first movie and if things go the way of the first movie it will be another big pay day.
Sadly though, the movie is just there and I hope the third part will have more to add to this already exhausting plotline.


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