When it comes to movie rebooting, some Hollywood domains manage to deliver a full power, while others not so much. The latest Jurassic movie, which also sealed the whole Jurassic World Saga; Dominion, falls short of providing a satisfactory finale for those who have invested in the Jurassic World trilogies. The film marked a little improvement over the perplexing Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, but still, it does not deliver the whole satisfaction.
Glitz by Beauty Insider gathered the overall reactions, below.
According to movie reviews online, the third instalment of Jurassic World earned only a 3.5 stars rating, if not lower. Reasons being, the focus on dinosaurs—which supposed to be the whole plot of the movies, are lacking. There weren’t enough dinosaur battles, CGI’s and storylines. Unfortunately, the dinosaurs are dragged into a scenario in which the main antagonists are genetically enhanced. The larvae that are devouring farms and threatening world starvation. It’s meh.
Despite the fact that Jurassic World: Dominion is the final chapter in the Jurassic World series, there are no repercussions in this film. It’s tough to empathise with the characters as they struggle to halt. If anything, we pity the main character—the dinosaurs.
When it comes to character development and casts in general, we’ll give them applause. But even the comeback of three OGs characters aren’t enough to bring this movie justice though. So as we all can agree, the problem was with the storylines, not the characters. For the known heroine of this film, as she battles the most dinos in the film, Bryce Dallas Howard does her best to enhance the horrific sequences. There are a couple situations in the movies which you feel engaged in. As for Chris Pratt, In terms of action, the hero has a very fantastic moment in Malta with a motorcycle and some dinosaurs, but he obviously takes a back seat in this film.
Last but not least, the characters that were long awaited—Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Jeff Goldblum, the original Jurassic Park three, make the best of what they’re given. The seamless chemistry between these three actors, who first appeared in Jurassic Park over 30 years ago, returns in Jurassic World: Dominion. Two of the people in this trio have some desire fulfilment, which is a delight to see in the middle of all the other mayhem.
The fault with the first two Jurassic World films was that they failed to move the story forward in a substantial manner. After the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Dominion may have reworked the tale and changed the trajectory to deliver this story to a satisfying and possibly startling finish. However, I think we all can agree that Jurassic World: Dominion blew its opportunity.