There are films that come at the right time combining an amazing script, the right amount of action, groundbreaking special effects, with a perfectly accompanying soundtrack and a cast that rises to the occasion. But obviously all these qualities do not have them Jurassic World: Dominion. Since it is just one more story, which aims to fill the rooms and quickly forget it. Because the only thing that provokes is that you ask yourself the following questions: What do we do with the saga? Will they make more deliveries or will they let her die? Only the box office results will answer this, but everything suggests that it will be a long time before we see dinosaurs in the movies again and perhaps it is for the best.
All this is something that personally hurts me, since I could see as a child Jurassic Park in the cinema in 1993 and left you with the feeling that you were facing a historic moment that would change the industry forever. While this new movie, it won’t even be the best of 2022.
In addition, they had promised that it would be the great culmination of the new trilogy and the saga in general. But it does not bring anything new and offers scenes that we have already seen over and over again in different formats. In fact, the “Malta” moment that doesn’t contribute much to the plot. It simply serves so that there are impossible chases taken from the saga fast and furious with dinosaurs.
The events of Jurassic World: Dominion about 4 years after the fallen kingdom. Dinosaurs are loose in nature and reproduce at high speed, causing clashes with humans. Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) is a kind of cowboy, while Claire DearingBryce Dallas Howard is an activist who fights against the exploitation of prehistoric animals and together they take care of Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon) as if she were his own daughter. They keep her safe as there is an evil company called BioSyn who is looking for her On the other hand and now comes the novelty of the saga and that does not work very well, is that this company creates prehistoric lobsters (insect) the size of a cat that devastate the world’s crops.
Why would anyone want to do that? Well, the quickest answer is that the crops themselves BioSyn they don’t touch them. What would eventually become the world’s leading producers of staple foods, leaving a large number of starving along the way. This knows it well Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) looking for his great friend Alan Grant (Sam Neil) to help you. Fortunately, Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) works inside BioSyn and it can make things easier for them when it comes to getting evidence.
So, we already have all the characters and the world situation presented, now all that remains is for the events to unfold. BioSyn find and kidnap Maisie Already Beta the breeding of Blue the velociraptor that we have seen since the first installment of Jurassic World. That’s why Owen Y claire they travel halfway around the world to find them, along the way they meet the pilot Kayla Watts (DeWanda Wise) that she will help them because she is a smuggler and she realizes that she has to do the right thing. The script will manage to get everyone together and try to escape the chaos caused together.The Velociraptors in Jurassic World: Dominion
Why doesn’t the movie work as it should?
If you want to go to the movies to see dinosaurs made to perfection, moments of fast-paced action, tension scenes, the occasional scare and a cast with enough charisma, Jurassic World: Dominion it will like you. If, on the other hand, you want a cinematographic experience that impacts you and that offers something different from the cinema they make today, this story will disappoint you. In addition, they have solved all the key moments by copying the previous films. Many might think that it is a tribute, but it gives the feeling that they are simple resources and that they have not thought too much about the script. A very clear example is the fate of the villain, Lewis DodgsonCampbell Scott, which was super predictable and blatantly copies Jurassic Park. Even the final battle between dinosaurs leaves you indifferent, probably because it just goes to show that they know how to recreate dinosaurs very well with CGI.
Colin Trevorrow has tried to put himself in the shoes of steven spielberg with references to Indiana Jones included, but obviously it doesn’t. Since he has not lived up to the saga this time, something he did achieve with the first installment of the 2015 trilogy, which brought freshness and novelties to the franchise. While the actors are the ones who save the film from absolute disaster because they do a good job and that the script does not help them at all.
Definitely, Jurassic World: Dominion It will not go down in cinema history and it does not even manage to convey the environmental message it intends. But worst of all is that the end leaves you almost as at the beginning of the movie. So this is probably the same feeling that those of us who watched J had. Jurassic Park III (Jurassic Park III) of 2001 in the cinema. But now it’s your turn… What do you think of the film? Leave me your comment in the opinion section.
One last curiosity is that a few months ago they shared the 5-minute prologue online, where we could see the dinosaurs millions of years ago. Then there was a time jump to the present day, where a tyrannosaurus rex terrified people at a drive-in. But she’s been cut from the final cut, so here’s the missing scene below:
Jurassic World: Dominion does not live up to the legacy of Jurassic Park
Title: Jurassic World: Dominion
Publication date: 2022-06-09
Synopsis: Dinosaurs are loose by nature and that causes many conflicts with humans. Also, an evil company is about to create a global disaster and the protagonists must avoid it.
Director(s): Colin Trevorrow
Cast: Chris Pratt (Owen Grady) Bryce Dallas Howard (Claire Dearing) Laura Dern (Ellie Sattler) Sam Neill (Alan Grant) Jeff Goldblum (Ian Malcolm) DeWanda Wise (Kayla Watts) Mamoudou Athie (Ramsay Cole) Isabella Sermon (Maisie Lockwood) Campbell Scott (Lewis Dodgson) BD Wong (Dr. Henry Wu) Omar Sy (Barry Sembène) Justice Smith (Franklin Webb)