Jurassic World Dominion is the much-awaited sequel to Jurassic World The Fallen Kingdom, which ended with a devastating prediction of a future, where dinosaurs, the present animal kingdom, and human co-exists.
So, this movie takes off its run time after 4 years of the great escape(when Owen Grady and Claire Dearing bolt their way out of the disastrous fate of the Lockwood estate and takes with them Maisie Lockwood), where people have started living a life adjusted to the prehistoric animal surrounding, around their neighborhood.
So, does this invigorating plot point excites you? Should you give Jurassic World Dominion a try this weekend?
Jurassic World Dominion: The Cast
- Chris Pratt playing Owen Grady
- Bryce Dallas Howard playing Claire Dearing
- Laura Dern playing Dr. Ellie Sattler
- Jeff Goldblum playing Dr. Ian Malcolm
- Sam Neill playing Dr. Alan Grant
- DeWanda Wise playing Kayla Watts
- Mamoudou Athie playing Ramsay Cole
- Isabella Sermon playing Maisie Lockwood
- Campbell Scott playing Dr. Lewis Dodgson
- BD Wong playing Dr. Henry Wu
- Omar Sy playing Barry Sembène
- Justice Smith playing Franklin Webb
- Daniella Pineda playing Dr. Zia Rodriguez
Things You Might Like About Jurassic World Dominion
The movie introduces us, the OG characters, such as Dr. Stattler, and Dr. Ian Malcom along with Dr. Grant whom we enjoyed watching in the gold movie Jurassic Park as kids. The actors were typically themselves, very much detailed.
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard were again great, while Isabella Sermon was practically their teen who was very annoying, impulsive, and reluctant to consider any of her parent’s decisions. She was nice.
The addition to the team was DeWanda Wise, Mamoudou Athie, and Campbell Scott. They were very proficient and you would love them on the screen.
Colin Trevorrow is the one, who with his capable hands, very minutely directed the third installment of the franchise much like the previous projects. You would enjoy the evolvement of the narrative. In addition, the gradual unfolding of the parallel storyline, will help you understand better what’s happening in the plot. Although you might catch some holes, those are significantly ignorable.
His talented brain very skillfully added the much-needed angles that amplified the corners of the narrative, which you will enjoy for sure. It was very engaging, and not at all distracting. You will feel the thrill running around the nooks and cranny of the storyline which was absolutely captivating.
Now, we should be talking about the Malta chase. It was finely choreographed that was deeply engaging, and extremely thrilling while being numb thumbing as well.
John Schwartzman is the man who stood behind the lens while planning those absorbing shots, that capture both our hearts and mind. Again this man exhibited this talent in projecting the best of the narrative with the breathtaking spellbinding angles which will make you delve deep into the film.
It was terrific. Special mentions should be made in regards to some sequences such as the dino rescue mission of Claire, Owen’s venture with the Parasophalous, the Malta chase, and more as such. These enigmatic camera angles made us stay tight without even blinking.
It was very engaging. You will be thoroughly entertained while jumping through the various narrative drawn in the movie, it is not one, not two, but three different perspectives that were beautifully designed to deliver the audience some great movie time for sure.
Further, you get to watch a whole lot of Dinos(too many classifications in a sci-fi note) walking around which was astonishingly amazing. It was just like you wanted after the destructive predictive end of Jurassic World The Fallen Kingdom.
You will be thrilled while being very absorbed and wondering about the next move of the narrative. The story of this movie was styled to entertain the audience to the core, and it was a success.
We watched an adapted version of the human and animal kingdom where they have started co-existing in the circle of life alongside the dinos. Now talking about the prominent characters, certainly, they have grown more independently strong, brave and bad-ass to survive the chain of, survival of the fittest.
The old good characters have returned to add a sparkling effect to the narrative and they were typically themselves. However, the two, Kayla Watts and Ramsay Cole, added to the team of Jurassic World Dominion sure make a special space in the film. They were notably amazing.
So, tell us how much did you like Maisie Lockwood? She was the average teen who throws tantrums now and then even after knowing that she is in high demand by the outside world. This somehow makes the character appear annoyingly brat, but what can we say, we were once like her too.
So, the special tribute to the symbol of Jurassic Park was very iconic that was placed in a very subtle way into the narrative. Besides, the references from the first 1993 installment were nostalgic, frequently taking us back to the good old days.
Further, the dialogues of the show were something worth the mention as well, they were wittily presented throughout the plot making the audience laugh every now and then. Additionally, there were many intense lines, delivered in a very deep and moving manner.
Things You Might Not Like About Jurassic World Dominion
Well, there was definitely much matter in question that needs solid answers. However, those are very insignificant, and very easily ignorable. Jurassic World Dominion is a very enjoyable project that you would definitely love.
TOTT’s Take On Jurassic World Dominion
It is a fully entertaining show which amuses you with the interesting plot shots set perfectly and precisely. Again, you will find many faults throughout however those are very insignificant thus it won’t bother you at all.
TOTT gives the movie 4/5 Stars.
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