Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Captivating Ride Review
The latest instalment of the Jurassic World series, Fallen Kingdom, takes the story to new frontiers and hints at even more daring scenarios in future.
Release date: June 07, 2018
Starring: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jeff Goldblum
Director: J.A. Bayona
Producers: Frank Marshall, Belen Atienza,
Music Director: Michael Giacchino
Cinematographer: Oscar Fauna
Editors: Bernat Vilapana
The film begins with a grand premise and introduces weighty ethical questions. The dinosaurs on the island of Nublar are in danger: an active volcano is on the verge of erupting and wiping out all living beings on the land, meaning that the giant reptiles risk going extinct. There is a national debate on whether humans should intervene and save them, or let nature take its course. Finally, it is decided that a visit to the island is necessary. Former theme park manager Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard), now an animal rights activist, is asked to join the mission. She insists that the group include Owen (Chris Pratt), whom she had a romance with previously, for his expertise in the field. The good intentions of the two, however, may not be shared by everyone on board, and it seems that the dinosaurs no longer pose the biggest threat.
Jurassic World-Fallen Kingdom is yet another action-packed outing from the world-renowned Jurassic World franchise. The film has a few ups and downs and the core plot offers nothing new. But the pacy narration, superb graphics, and emotional episodes make this film surely a worthy watch this weekend.