Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Movie Review
Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Movie
The movie gives no idea about where the rescued dinos would be taken and what happens to the dinos escaped into high seas
Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom is the fifth installment of the Jurassic Park film series and the second part of the Jurassic World trilogy. But the story starts from the Jurassic World (2015) where the dinos at the luxury resort and theme park Isla Nublar destroythe park on letting loose.
The story starts with the destruction of the theme park
Isla Nublar is an abandoned park and it is dangerous to go there because it is now inhabited by dinosaurs including the damn T-Rex. And the government has no plans to save the park. On the contrary, it is decided to allow the dinos to fend for them until they meet the fate of their ancestors.
Suddenly, a dead volcano on the island comes to life. The government decides to let the dinos face the wrath of the volcano and go extinct. But Owen and Claire decide to jump into the island amid the roar of the volcano and save the dinos, who are facing extinction second time. Owen has a personal interest in saving dinos. He wants to save a lead raptor Blue but Claire develops a respect for these animals.
The rescue team arrives on the island only to discover a sinister plan to use a dormant volcano to kill the animals. But it is a bigger threat as it isn’t limited to the island. The rescue of the deadly animals starts.
Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom First Look & Poster
The poster has Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard staring at a danger probably the roaring volcano as it is a bigger threat than dinos. The poster wears a greenish look to give the feel of a nature park. The traditional logo of Jurassic movies is also there to connect the movie to the Jurassic film series.
Why watch the movie?
Fans of Jurassic movies are eagerly waiting for the release of this movie. It has a different theme that is to save dinos that are a danger for civilized world. But the movie gives the idea that dinosaurs can be tamed and caged for the generations to come and wonder to see these animals.
- Jeff Goldblum returned to the Jurassic World after 21 years. His last stint with Jurassic movies was The Lost World: Jurassic Park in 1997.
- Colin Trevorrow hinted that there are countless possibilities of making sequels of Jurassic Park where dinos would be used for non-entertainment purposes like war.
- The movie uses a quote from Jurassic Park (1993) as its tagline. It is “Let’s Find a Way”.
- It was decided that the movie would be first released in the UK before releasing in the USA.