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Watch Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom full movie online freeThis movie is so different, and it feels more fresh. Instead of ‘Reboot of park goes wrong and island is abandoned’, we get something new. There we’re some plot holes that left me wondering, but mostly just a really good movie and in my opinion better than the last one. The effects are awesome, music is decent and the dinosaurs did not leave me disappointed. So I do really recommend this movie and I really am anticipating for a future movie. And to be honest this movie did make me shed a tear, pretty weird for a movie like this.

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review by Josh Barton – The park is gone… for now.

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 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.

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.

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review by Krush_Burner – Life Finds A Way… Again

It’s been 25 years since first “Jurassic Park” has hit the screens, and it’s great to see another part of the Isla Nublar saga – surely, this film aims to please every fan of both the original trilogy and previous installment. In doing so, director J.A. Bayona and screenwriters Derek Connolly and Colin Treworrow covers wide range of contemporary social issues, and this is the most curious aspect of the film. It’s safe to speak now that “Fallen Kingdom” clearly attempts to be thought-provoking story, even it’s still a big, bright popcorn blockbuster with dinosaurs.

Be sure, dinosaurs are here: they’re big, they’re fast, they’re deadly! You’ll see a lot of action-packed sequences, and witness the fall of the prehistoric kingdom under volcanic ashes. But this film is probably the first in the series which clearly centers much more on humans interacting with other humans, and relatively rare using traditional “humans vs dinos” theme. It’s not a perfect choice to make, because due to lots of human affairs something feels missing in the story, and dinosaurs play lesser part in this than in any of previous movies.

What is also surprising is the social commentary. If “Jurassic World” was the film about greed for fun, “Fallen Kingdom” is the film about corporate greed. Its lust for money that drives bad guys here, and this point has a great illustration during the story. The film also has several references to environmental issues, such as preventing the extinction, and questions probability of a coexistence between man and dinosaurs. The main question, however, is about should people ever save what already extinct and was re-created? The answer is given, but not in straightforward way, this is a pleasant surprise in such kind of films.

I wouldn’t say this film is the most interesting part of the franchise in terms of entertainment, and it certainly has a lot of minor flaws, but it’s still an enjoyable ride into the world of Jurassic Park.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review by Figgy66-915-598470 – This franchise is good, even when it’s bad

7 June 2018 Film of Choice at The Plaza Dorchester Tonight – Deadpool 2. Irreverent from the outset, and the same huge bundle of gag filled scenes complete with the bad jokes, bad references and bad taste we come to expect from Ryan Reynolds and co. Unfortunately it didn’t rise to the promise of an excellent sequel and all the best bits were either in the trailers or the opening sequences. Don’t get me wrong, it is a film worth watching, just not the belly full of laughs I was expecting. The storyline was okay if a little mundane, the effects were pretty good though, especially the scenes in slow motion. I do kind of adore the character of Deadpool and the opening sequences up to and including the humorous opening credits which did make me giggle. Don’t know if it merits a third outing though.

10 June 2018 Film of Choice this morning at The Plaza Dorchester Jurrassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Like Gods, man interfered to bring back the dinosaurs and their arrogance gives them reason to believe they can manipulate the natural order to their own means. As in previous outings to Jurassic Park and in the words of Dr Malcolm….. ‘life finds a way’. This latest instalment of the hugely popular film series takes us back to Isla Nubla ostensibly to rescue the dinosaurs from a volcano, but hey that’s not really going to get bums on seats is it? Throw in some bad guys with an ulterior motive, a crazy scientific dude who is torn between the love and passion of his developmental work and the dirty dollar, mix it up with an elderly man and his granddaughter, some kick ass special effects and the relationship between Chris Pine and his velociraptor Blue and you have a pretty darn good film. Touching at times we see a different side to the dinosaurs and are introduced to yet another new hybrid which proves biggest is not always baddest. As we came to the final scenes of the film we are left with a line that could either end the franchise or leave it wide open for another instalment, I personally want more!

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review by chris_reed194 – A strong effort to create a film outside of the box

I’m a massive JP fan and I was worried about this film, I won’t lie. It delivered what I wanted it to. It kept things the same that I wanted to remain the same but it broke boundaries too. You can’t go into this film expecting dinosaurs in a non-functional Park like JP, TLW, JP3 and JW. It inevitably had to step away from the park at some point but it did it extremely well with explanation as to why certain things happened.

I thought the Indoraptor was going to be a terrible idea but it was surprisingly really cool. The film could have stood without it but it opened up avenues to do certain things in the beginning of the film. The little girls character could have been left out completely and I wasn’t that fussed by her, she didn’t leave me impacted but I’m not going to jump the gun, maybe her timeline is important to the next film? People are mentioning plot holes but it’s a trilogy, there’s massive hints that things will be explained in the third instalment, people are jumping on it just like Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

I loved the use of different species of dinosaurs, the locations of the film, the darkness to it and how you can compare greed and power to the current world we live in.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review by Srivi01 – Enjoyable flick!

The film is entertaining and all the characters act like they really care – maybe that is what makes all the difference. Even though the film has cliches and relies on deus ex machina sometimes, it does not bore the audience with overlong action sequences. It is funny at times and most of the characters are likeable. Jeff Goldblum is wasted though. The film does falter in the second half but they wrapped it up pretty quickly, so I did not feel tested.

Do not compare this to the original Jurassic Park – mainly because the novelty factor of dinosaurs wrecking havoc (or human greed wrecking havoc) is definitely gone and everyone knows about CGI. Surprisingly, I have no complaints with CGI in this film as it did not feel overused or unnecessarily thrown in. Cinematography and visual effects are also good. My personal opinion is that this film is far better when compared to the absolute garbage churned out of Hollywood nowadays that are all blockbusters with a million stars where no one gets to do anything. Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and most of the cast members, even the ones in smaller roles seem really committed and their sincerity and charm is what made all of us in our group like the film.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review by Arnold PeterSon – Fallen Kingdom

A million years ago, Dinosaurs faced extinction and nobody was there for them. Jurassic Park gave them a second chance. Three years after it’s shut down, a new team is recruited to rescue the remaining species in the Isla Nubler island. And this time these creatures find their savior in human greed.

The opening scene itself gave a lot of nostalgic vibes. Jurassic World 2 is contained with a lot from Jurassic Park trilogy. It’s impossible for a fan to miss those. There are many moments that extensively feel like throwbacks from Jurassic Park movies. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard again proved to be a fantastic cast. But for a sequel, you expect something larger. Fallen Kingdom’s huge canvas became narrow as the story carried on. This time you’re not getting a mega dino adventure but the movie is as thrilling as it’s precursors. Maybe because I grew up watching practical dinosaurs, I find some of the CGI shots very sluggish and weird. Making a creature with the use of computer is a mammoth task and they still haven’t found the proper formula. The effects of raptor are terrifically puppeteer-ed. The volcanic eruption is brilliantly choreographed. The narrative was very much drawn to the use of music. The climax portion has some intense rhythms to up the tension.

The thing is they can make ten other Jurassic movies about dinosaurs running unleashed and I’ll happily sit and watch all of them. I love Dinosaurs.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review by Johnsmithaffairs – Amazing addition!

I thought it was very good, balanced and intense, you have to be a fan to appreciate it. That being said, it is a chapter in a story, it is part of something bigger. The movie itself seems to be made for fans and those who have been so since part one, the little bits and pieces say it so. I loved the soundtrack, the imagery, the action, the science, it was all quite good. Could it have been better given the earnings of the previous chapter? possibly, yes. But I also think they have to store funding and invest for the next chapter, it is all an investment in Hollywood, as these things cost money. I loved alien covenant because I was a fan of Prometheus, and that was badly received, but I am pleased, the fans are pleased with these films being created for us. One can find fault with anything in life, but if one can appreciate the things that we have inside our lives, we turn to appreciate what we have. I think it was good, not perfect but good, at a certain point amazing, thrilling, but a masterpiece, no.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review by Ricemuscle – Ignore the negative. Best sequel by far

Do not expect Jurassic park. It’s a sequel. They will never give you a Jurassic park level movie again. This movie was an amazing sequel. I enjoyed Jurassic world but it was very ridiculous at times and very much geared for kids. This movie is much darker, much more graphic and pulls at your heart strings. There is one sub plot that is a disgrace to the franchise and I am pretending it never happened. That being said, this was the best the dinos have ever looked. They did what jp did mixing rain and darkness with cgi and animatronics. I hate too much cgi but the cgi was outstanding. Part of the plot I didn’t like as much but it wasn’t too bad. The actors and characters were much better than JW. the kid wasn’t obnoxious and I actually believed she was scared unlike the last movie. The pacing was great, the bad guys were very good at making you hate them. I only watched the first trailer and am very glad. There were so many moments I didn’t see coming that the trailers would have ruined. If you go in KNOWING this is a 2018 action blockbuster and not the original then you won’t be disappointed. Realistically for me jurassic park is a 10. It’s my favorite movie. Lost world is a 7.5 and would have been higher if the last 30 min wasn’t so terrible. Jurassic park 3 is a 5. It was awful. Jurassic world is a 7 and this is an 8. There’s a few things that could have been done better but I will def see this movie 5 times once it actually comes to theatres here. I watched it on fire stick. The people who say it’s bad are ridiculous. It’s a sequel. It’s not Jurassic park but it’s a fantastic sequel with a TON of throw backs to the original. People say tjey “copied” the original but it wasn’t that. They did scenes that were a tribute to the original. This was nothing like the others. Go see this movie. It’s the best sequel yet and sets up the 6th movie and makes you want more. Best opening scene of any of them as well.

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