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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review – Fails Expectations

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Let’s directly get to to the point before discussing the directors and producers, who made the film, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. When we meant it didn’t reach expectations, we meant that the film is as usually made with the basic plot, making the human go back to where dinosaurs were.


When you know, they are dangerous and can eat you, why do you still go there. In this movie, the reason for them to go back to the island was to protect them. This is the fifth installment of the Jurassic Park series and the stories took a big turn from escaping the dinosaurs to protecting them.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Story

The story of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom simple words is After a few years form the complete destruction of Jurassic World theme park, the volcano is about to explode which will kill all the dinosaurs and end the Jurassic era for the second time. Humans get divided into halves, one, who want those creatures to end their life there and the other half, who are willing to protect them. The government finally decides not to protect them. Bhoom!

But,  John Hammond’s former partner in developing the technology to clone dinosaurs, Sir Benjamin Lockwood (James Cromwell) initiates a group of people to transport the dinosaurs from the island to a safer place. As his daughter is dead, he appoints Eli Mills (Rafe Spall) as the head to the mission and entrusts all his fortune to him, Lockwood’s ambitious right-hand man. He calls Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), Jurassic World’s former operations manager to help them protect the species from becoming extinct. 


As always the hero plays a special part in films, in this film, Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) who is former Dinosaur trainer, has to help them, track the only one left, special species, which he trains in the earlier part of Jurassic Park.

In the mission to save the dinosaurs, they uncover a terrifying conspiracy that will leave the Dinosaurs in danger and also the whole world.

The pros and cons of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom are listed below.

What’s Good?

  • The movie is quite good with CGI and all visuals.
  • The Direction is up to the mark by J. A. Bayona, He has done some promising job.
  • Music is what kept the movie alive and made nail-biting scenes more thrilling. Thanks to Michael Giacchino.
  • The acting was Phenomenal, Christ Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard continued to have a humorous chemistry.

What’s Bad?

  • The fifth part was not required. Why do people keep visiting the dinosaurs which they know their life is in danger and somebody is going to die.
  • The end was not satisfying, it made the whole movie pointless. They protect the dinosaurs for what,  To leave whole humanity in danger!

Overall Rating


This is a good movie constituting all the needed elements for a Sci-Fi genre. If you’re following up with Jurassic Park series, you need to watch it. The only thing that ruined it to become best Jurassic Park movie is its less logic story and plot.

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