Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom Movie Review, Rating -3/5
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Bottom Line: Perfect followup to the 2015 flick, and provides some nice popcorn entertainment!
Jurassic World fallen Kingdom, is the sequel to the 2015 flick, Jurassic World, and is the second of the trilogy. Being the 5th installment in the most anticipated and celebrated Jurassic Park series initiated by Steven Spielberg, this movie, based on characters by Michael Crichton, has released amidst hype and expectations after the previous one had left the audience disappointed. Here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom review.
Jurassic world Fallen Kingdom begins 3 years after the events that happened in Jurassic World, and the movie begins with the situation of a volcano in Isla Nublar, which had been dormant earlier, and is now on the verge of destroying the remaining revived dinosaurs. Now, Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard), have to team up and save the dinosaurs from getting extinct.
As the animal behaviorist Owen, Chris Pratt as the Raptor Wrangler delivers his best as he attempts to protect the last living velociraptor, and Bryce Dallas Howard is the perfect foil to his performance. Jeff Goldblum's cameo is impressive. The rest of the cast including Toby Jones and Rafe Spall does not have much to do in the proceedings dominated by CG generated giants on screen, that threaten, scare, and give the perfect treat.
Background score by Michael Giacchino is scintillating and keeps the momentum maintained throughout, with the thrill factor during the deadly dinosaur chase sequences perfectly complemented. Cinematography by Oscar Faura is commendable as he has captured the eerie visuals perfectly blending the real actors with the CG generated dinosaurs. Bernat Vilaplana's tight editing makes sure Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom is a crisp entertainer at 2 hours and 8 minutes. JA Bayona takes over from exactly where the 2015 installment ended, and despite having a plot similar to The lost world, this man Vs wild entertainer is definitely an exciting entertainer.
Though initially, the movie begins on a leisurely pace, with the 3D modeled dinosaurs are devoid of the texture, once hugely appealing, but the movie gets going and turns gripping with the scene shifting to Lockwood estate. The film is owned by the threatening huge hybrid raptors, and with a tight screenplay with necessary thrills, and the perfect lead to the next installment of the Jurassic World series, Bayona has presented a tight and chilling entertainer, complemented well by the stunning score, and the screenplay perfectly justifying the buildup given to the premise and the whole new dinosaurs. All said. Jurassic world Fallen Kingdom is that perfect entertainer for the weekend.