Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Movie Review

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Movie Review The following is a movie review “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” by Marc Primo Pulisci.



Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 2018 ? Science fiction film/Adventure ? 2h 10m Initial release: May 21, 2018 (Spain) Director: J. A. Bayona Box office: $1.171 billion Budget: $170–187 million Film
series: Jurassic Park

Submitted: July 31, 2018

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Marc Primo Pulisci
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
The following is a movie review “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom”
by Marc Primo Pulisci.
 
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
2018 ? Science fiction film/Adventure ? 2h 10m
Initial release: May 21, 2018 (Spain)
Director: J. A. Bayona
Box office: $1.171 billion
Budget: $170–187 million
Film series: Jurassic Park
 
 
 
The new Jurassic World is a mess of dino quirks and jokes, and of course, all the old plot points make an appearance. But, sadly, we don’t get much of Jeff Goldblum.
 
What we do get is dinos in cages, fed with goats, dinos being transported in lousy weather, hunters with guns (aka the bad guys), etc... and yawn. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom changes the plot a bit. After living happily and in peace on their island private island, the dinosaurs have been left alone, but now an erupting volcano (that not a single person bothered to check if it was active before creating a multibillion-dollar dino park in it) threatens to wipe them out. Pro-dinosaur ecologists campaign for the dinos, after we see the governments refusing to help in the matter Sir Benjamin Lockwood (James Cromwell), former partner of the park’s founder Hammond (once played of course by Richard Attenborough) is now planning to save the dinosaurs and keep them in a new island hopefully without a volcanoes or tourists in the mix. 
To make all this happen Sir Benjamin hires CEO, Eli Mills (Rafe Spall). For Mills to fulfill this mission, he contacts Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) and Owen Grady (Chris Pratt). It’s a good performance, but without the humor seen in Guardians of the Galaxy, you feel something is missing. Also, Maisie(Isabella Sermon), Sir Benjamin’s smart and shy granddaughter, turns out to be an essential element within the film. 
 
Owen and Claire seemed to have fallen out of touch in the beginning and being clashed together by the circumstances the expected romcom is aplenty. Of course, once the mission starts, we find out they were manipulated by the proverbial evil doers in greedy suits. They manage to escape Sir Benjamin’s crew which turned out to be evil mercenaries (big surprise) and infiltrate the evil doer's operation from the inside screwing up the plans with impeccable timing and wit.
There a few nuggets of joy to be found in a couple of scenes, but the dino theme park is a bit burned out and needs to expand.


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