Colin Trevorrow (“The Book of Henry”), who co-wrote with Emily Carmichael (“Pacific Rim: Rebellion”) and Derek Connolly (“Kong: Skull Island”), returns to the director’s chair of “Jurassic Period”with”Jurassic World: Dominion”. This last Film in the series brings together for the first time two emblematic actors in an exciting adventure based on a Film that has a lot of Action but lacks several strands of DNA during the development of the plot.
The planet is learning to live with dinosaurs everywhere. As with everything exotic, this includes the black market that deals with it. The biggest payoffs in this unlawful trade are the predatory baby blue and a clone of Macy Lockwood (Isabella Sermon). The two are protected by Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Deering (Bryce Dallas Howard) in a secluded cabin in the woods. But the poachers find them and kidnap them, forcing Owen and Claire to search all over the world.
Meanwhile, a new genetically modified species of Grasshopper is harming agricultural crops and threatening the world’s food supply. This brings together Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) and Alan Grant (Sam Neal) to find out the cause of the crisis. These seemingly unrelated researches converge as they lead to the Biosyn Genetics Laboratory and the secret visionary Lewis Dodgson (Campbell Scott).
Trevorrow is good at managing the Action and the actors from start to finish. Where it fails is in the tasks of writing scripts through holes in the plot. The story is appropriate and combines both options organically, but the untraceable fragments produce questions with untraceable answers. It will not cause complete embarrassment, but during the credits it will eat away at the soul. Another problem is the Chaos in the plot of the first act.
There are too many parts to move, which happens in a fragmentary and sometimes cartoonish way, which affects the overall narrative due to a lack of development, and sometimes forced development just to give the character an arc. After all, viewers can expect an overabundance of dinosaurs to cause mistakes, but the reality is that too much time was hastily spent in the first half of the film to discover the background of the abundance of characters. In any matter, if the audience is looking for a funny Movie without looking too deeply, the Movie will be funny. There are a lot of subtle and explicit memories from previous films, and fans of “dinosaurs” will definitely be delighted with the ending.
In addition, the special effects are very impressive – they use a mixture of computer graphics and puppetry, reminding the viewer of the roots of this franchise. Thanks to technological advances, artists can show any dinosaur – and at the end of the film they really tell the whole city about it. There are a lot of flying dinosaurs, running, feasting and even swimming, perfectly combined with the scenery, actors and even modern animals, both large and small. The panoramic views of the dinosaurs in their habitat are rich in breathtaking aerial views taken above the ground and in full growth, awakening this child in any viewer who has always wanted to see it live.
Jurassic World: Dominion has flaws in the plot, but offers more than two hours of enjoyable fun. As a freelancer, members of the public may feel like they are running out of BONES. But as the last chapter of a multi-year series, it is a conclusion worthy of an entire era.