Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Director – JA Bayona
Cast – Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Rafe Spall, James Cromwell, Justice Smith, Jeff Goldblum
Rating – 3.5/5
Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Honest Movie Review Which Is Released Worldwide. Here is bollywood latest news with latest movie review. Taking up the mantle from the earlier three, the 2015 release did rather well at the box office re-establishing the JURASSIC brand. Now a couple of years on we see the second instalment in the new Jurassic trilogy gearing up for release with JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM. But will the fifth film in the series live up to the dinosaur expectations of fans that have been developed over years or will it like the creatures in the film fade into oblivion is the question of the hour.
On the whole, JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM might not be the best in the Jurassic series but it comes pretty close. With stellar direction, action scenes aplenty and a thrilling depiction, this one is certainly a must watch. At the Indian box office, with no Bollywood release, the film is likely to do well especially since it enjoys a wide release across four languages. The second installment of the planned trilogy, which in itself is a reboot of the original Jurassic Park franchise, fails on every level till you realise that the entire series died a long time ago and you are just chewing on dry jerky with no juice or nutrients left.
The film starts on the fictional island of Isla Nublar, off Central America’s Pacific coast and follows Owen Grady and Claire Dearing as they must rescue the remaining dinosaurs on the island before a volcanic eruption destroys it. The ‘key difference’ here was said to be the shift of the main villain from Dinosaurs to the greed of humans but hasn’t this always been the case? Somewhere deep down even the makers knew that the ‘scary nature of the beast” formula has run out of fuel so to reenergise the concept they turned to another, more advanced beast – ‘the science’.
The film pretends to be more than an adventure ride this time and again it’s just the dinosaur action that still rules. It’s astounding that even after 25 years of experiencing same thrills, moves and near-death moments, any close-up of the beast is enough to get the heart pumping, every time.