Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a science fiction adventure movie scripted by Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly. The film is directed by Juan Antonio Bayona. It is produced by Frank Marshall, Patrick Crowley and Belen Atienza. The film has the star cast of Chris Pratt, BD Wong, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jeff Goldblum, Justice Smith, Rafe Spall, Daniella Pineda, Toby Jones, James Cromwell, Isabella Sermon, Ted Levine and Geraldine Chaplin. Michael Giacchino composed the music. Oscar Faura is the cinematographer. Bernat Vilaplana is the editor.
A volcano in the Isla Nublar Island is about to spit out the lava soon and would make the dinosaurs extinct. Claire is the animal rights activist. Owen is the trainer of the Velociraptor Blue. Owen and Claire are setting out a mission to save the left out dinosaurs in the Jurassic World. Meanwhile, there was a discussion if it is right to save those dinosaurs. What did Owen and Claire decide? Did they succeed in their mission? Did the Dinos attack them? Were they able to fight against nature? Watch the film in theaters!
As usual, Chriss Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard had played their part excellently well. Both of them emoted well and their expressions along with the BGM make the audiences slide to the seat edge. Jeff Goldblum was not utilized properly.
JA Bayona, the director, had made the adventure more exciting. Only the lead stars are used properly. The production values are excellent. Right from the first part, the Jurassic Park series excel in the CG works and thanks to the production team for spending more on the VFX effects to make the movie appeal realistic. Jeff Goldblum’s role should have been made more interesting.
What’s Not There?
Although the film has created a huge expectation and come with some positives, we could simply say that it failed to satisfy the audiences, who had been waiting for years. However, it is not a bad attempt. We could say that the previous episodes of the Jurassic Series are far better than the latest one. However, the film is definitely a one-time watch!
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