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Plot: Three years after the Jurassic World theme park was closed down, Owen and Claire return to Isla Nublar to save the dinosaurs when they learn that a once dormant volcano on the island is active and is threatening to extinguish all life there. Along the way, Owen sets out to find Blue, his lead… Runtime: 128 min Release Date: 22 Jun 2018
Jurassic Park Version of Frankenstein Film (by hilaryswank2011)
Just exactly three years after the most successful sequel to the Jurassic Park Part 1 1993 , Jurassic World 2015 , the crew and casts of J.A. Bayonne who is a Spanish director successfully made this Jurassic World 2 2018 . It is equally full of shocking cannibal scenes and dinosaurs. However, this Dinosaurs version of Frankenstein film slowed the pace a bit in contrary to the Jurassic World 1 2015 . It is mainly caused by the Lockwood estate where main drama staged in the entire film after the Act 1. Volcanic island in Costa Rica where the filmmaking never taken place drastically solved <more>
and changed the main stage of this franchise series. The Lockwood estate is equal with Frankenstein's house in any Frankenstein films in the past, and who is the Frankenstein? That must be our Chinese Dr. Henry Wu which is one of main characters in this franchise and only one character which appeared in the most of the films without the part2 and 3. In this Frankenstein version of Jurassic World, the Frankenstein's monster is not ordinary dinosaur but it is The Indoraptor which is a DNA mixture of Indominus Rex and Blue Raptor. US filmmakers love the most intelligence dinosaur, the Raptor in this franchise. Intelligentsias love intelligent animal is natural and reasonable. And it provides more dramatic alternatives and developments in this franchise. Frankenstein's monster is stupid. Again, this franchise talks about corporate ethics. Ambitious and immortal capitalists are eaten alive by their creations. You can see this on relationship between Lockwood and his right hand Eli Milles which murders his boss in this story and fires the housekeeper which has good faith in her work. Family ethics is not so well expressed in this film. Maisie Lockwood and Eli Milles are not an ideal family-like close relationship. Emotional expression on this family relationship is mainly done by Maisie and trapped dinosaurs due to both of them are genetically and artificially created. And Owen and Clair played the parent role. It still has some distance among them at the final moment of this film. However, it shows us the alternative of family relationship in this new era. Corporate, Family and Love ethics are well told in this new fairy tale in digital cinema era 1995- . I actually enjoyed this film and it is worth to buy a ticket for this. It is a true cinema which is eligible to spend time in theatres. It is effectively enough to see it in 2D. This is a feature of well made blockbuster.
Great movie, but not my favorite in the Jurassic Series (by JW_Fan_1)
I loved the beginning of this movie - but I'm not a fan of the horror kind of feeling the movie has as it progresses. I liked the original Jurassic World much better because it had action, didn't fail to add a little comedy to it, and it just had an awesome feeling overall, I can't explain how I felt when I watched that movie but it was just such a cool feeling that transports you to another world with dinosaurs. Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom was kind of different, the dark scenes in the house, more horror like violence than the first one, I just didn't like it. I am a HUGE <more>
fan of JW, my room literally has a ton of JW fan posters and figurines all over, I love it so much, but I don't like horror movies.Edit: After watching it a couple more times since it has come out on DVD, I've grown to like it much more. Still not a fan of a few of a really violent scene in the movie where a dino gets revenge on a bad character not going to go in depth on which scene so I don't include spoilers . I love the action, just not horror-type gruesome violence is all.
I watch movies to enjoy them, I loved it and did the same for me as the last 4 movies. A new chapter of Dino's! (by laskasmarine)
The imagination of events made it seem intriguing, almost every scene. I read the reviews and it's pathetic you cannot just envelope yourself into imagination while watching a new era of dinasaurs. It was fun, thrilling, parts were kinda sad but I cannot wait wait to see the next one. It's nice to watch something and feel like a kid again. Volcano scene was insane!
Good movie but.... (by jeffdreamweaver)
Basically it's just a remake of Jurassic Park 2: The Lost World. Same premise and plot. Main characters go back to island with a group of people who are allegedly trying to "save" them. Our heroes find out they are trying to sell them and use them as weapons. Dinosaurs transported back to mainland via ship, Dinos get free, havoc ensues, people die, heroes save the day.
I really liked it! (by jlhathaway47)
The perfect mix of action, suspense, touching moments, and morality. The perfect summer blockbuster! Howard and Pratt are great together! Much better than the last Jurassic World.
New direction. (by Hpotter08)
Honestly, if you think all these movies are just going to be Jurassic Park over and over. Just stop watching. I love the direction the Jurassic Park movies are going. This one was new and exciting. I wasn't sure what was going to happen. I really enjoyed it. People being critical of this movie just want to see new versions of the original Jurassic Park over and over and over. Go into this movie with an open mind and you will really enjoy it.
The Star Lord of the Jurassic Period (by BiiivAL)
In 2015, Colin Trevorow brought to life the dying interest of the viewer to the prehistoric inhabitants of the Earth. "The world of the Jurassic period" did not become a revelation, repeating in many ways the concept of the early films initiated by Steven Spielberg. However, the picture managed to break the cash register and prove its relevance even many years after the release of the third Park. Part of this is the merit of the writers, in part Trevorow himself, who brought his vision of history to the viewer.The sequel studio Universal entrusted the director Juan Antonio Bayon, <more>
familiar to the viewer on the recent "Monster's Voice". However, for the script, among others, Colin Trevorow still answers, which is probably why many of the motives from the First World here are developing.The events of the "Fallen Kingdom" such a subtitle have a sequel in the original occur three years after the catastrophic failure of the new Jurassic Park. The island of Nublar is abandoned, and the dinosaurs scattered throughout the territory. Everything changes the sudden awakening of the island volcano, which threatens to destroy the formed ecosystem. Claire Diring Bryce Dallas Howard , the heroine of the last part, is ready to do anything to save the dinosaurs from the dying island, so when there is a chance to take part in the rescue mission, Claire does not hesitate for a minute. And with it, Owen Grady Chris Pratt returns to the island, whose task is to find Blue Raptor, which is of great scientific value due to its cognitive characteristics."Jurassic World 2" does not try to be more than he really is. This is an exciting adventure with dinosaurs, which is firmly based on the foundation laid in his novels by Michael Crichton, and after him Steven Spielberg his screen version. The screenwriters once again beat the same stamps that we saw earlier, but they do it unobtrusively and with imagination. It would seem that the roaring tyrannosaurus we see every film, rescuing children from a predator - without it anywhere, a system that gets out of human control - this is what the entire franchise is all about. And yet the World of the Jurassic period raises rather curious ethical questions, which previously in the films were not particularly covered. In particular, the question of cloning and how far a person can go by mastering this technology.A separate mention is worthy of the storyline of Raptor Blue and Owen Grady. According to the previous film, we remember that Owen was training the raptors, and some of them showed amazing learning abilities. Blue was the most capable of them. And therefore the most tenacious. The sequel continues this line of uneasy relationships between man and predator, and, perhaps, this is the strongest side of the "Jurassic World". If earlier dinosaurs were only a spontaneous force that broke out of the control of a person, and caused little sympathy, now the franchise is trying to fall in love with the viewer into the dinosaurs through the Blue Raptor. And it's not bad at all. Blue, in fact, a full-fledged heroine of the franchise along with Claire and Owen, and the final picture hints that her role in history will be much more important than we thought before."The fallen kingdom" could become an exemplary sequel, if not for the frankly undeveloped scenario. The first part of the film, which takes place on the island, and the second - at Lockwood's estate - are so different in tone that it seems like they are two different films that someone glued into one. Instead of the beautiful landscapes of Nublar Island, we spend more and more time in the dark corridors of the park and the enclosed spaces of the estate, so that claustrophobia begins to develop not only in poor dinosaurs, but also in the viewer. The second weak point of the film is its antagonists. Unprincipled businessmen who are eager to cash in on dinosaurs are a terry stamp that works here in so far as, and the next toothy-fanged miracle of genetic engineering differs little from Indominus from the past film.And yet, despite the unevenness of the script, the World of the Jurassic Period 2 turned out to be spectacular, sometimes dramatic the lone dying brachiosaur on the beach is Hachiko divided by the sinking in the icy water of Jack and truly adventurous, in the best traditions of the genre. And this means that the reptiles of the Jurassic period will continue to dominate the cinemas and the minds of the viewer for a long time.
Wow....better than the first Jurassic world this is much darker (by robrooke-175-17924)
10/10 #jurassicworldfallenkingdom that's my film of the year so far. Wow can't fault it I've never been to a film that's so intense for he first 30-45mins. Edge of your seat stuff I'd say better than Jurassic world. All round great movie with laughs, thrills and tears. If you can #IMAX Is a must for this best film I've seen in an IMAX it's perfect for it. Go watch it sit back and enjoy this movie is what cinemas were made for
The park is gone... for now. (by joshbarton15)
Twenty-five years ago, Steven Spielberg created movie magic with Jurassic Park, a film that redefined the blockbuster, becoming a worldwide phenomenon in the process. Thanks to 2015's Jurassic World, a film that smashed all sorts of box-office records, the franchise is well and truly alive, and the reason why dinosaurs are back on the big screen in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.Owen Grady Chris Pratt and Claire Dearing Bryce Dallas Howard , both former employees at Jurassic World, agree to travel back to Isla Nublar and rescue a number of dinosaur species before the island's <more>
dormant volcano decides to erupt.The idea of evolving the franchise ensures that we don't just sit through the same film of people being trapped on an island with dinosaurs again. You could sense from Jurassic World and the idea of training Velociraptors to follow human command that they wanted to take this franchise in a bold new direction. Events that unfold in Fallen Kingdom certainly confirm this and, for the most part, it's executed rather well.This film has a plenty of cases of smart people doing dumb things but when has there never been a dumb decision made in one of these films? I mean, John Hammond's decision to actually bring dinosaurs back to life is pretty dumb but hey, if he didn't do that, we wouldn't have a franchise right? So, while some of these characters and their actions may be quite irritating, I advise you to just go with it and enjoy the ride. J. A. Bayona throws back to previous instalments with certain sequences but this is most definitely a film with his fingerprints all over it. He delivers plenty of thrilling action but he combines it impressively with elements of horror to ensure that kids may find dinosaurs scary again. The opening scene of the film should be enough to convince you because it genuinely had me excited at what else Bayona had in store for the rest of the film.The effects are expectedly magnificent for a film of this stature, coming to the fore rather brilliantly in a pulsating sequence that sees the volcano on Isla Nublar finally erupt. They really do make settling into this type of film rather easy. What didn't feel as settled was Michael Giacchino's score, which felt bizarrely intrusive at times, not like his work on the previous instalment.Coming to the performances, as they did with Jurassic World, Pratt and Howard serve the film well. Pratt just has that charisma to make just about any role he plays insanely likeable, which makes it clear to see how he's forging such a career for himself. New additions to the cast will neither make or break the film because most people are there just to see the dinosaurs, and in Blue the Velociraptor and the new dinosaur named the Indoraptor, children will have a new favourite action hero and nightmare respectively.I've come to the realisation that they will never be able to make a film that matches Jurassic Park in terms of quality in what remains of this franchise but I'm ok with that. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom entertained me from start to finish and that's what these films should aim for. From the last shot of the film, if they're going with this franchise where I think they could be going, I'll be damned if I'm not in the queue at the cinema.