Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

6.12 h 8 min2018X-RayHDRUHDPG-13
HD. With a volcano threatening to destroy Isla Nublar, two former Jurassic World employees race to save the surviving dinosaurs.
J.A. Bayona
Chris PrattBryce Dallas HowardRafe Spall
AdventureScience FictionAction
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Toby JonesTed LevineB.D. WongJeff Goldblum
Frank MarshallPatrick CrowleyBelén Atienza
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EbonyReviewed in the United States on October 4, 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
You're grimey .
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I'm going to be really honest, I don't remember the end of the movie because I was too busy mourning the sad, lonely whaling Brachiosaurus at the end of the dock, begging to not be left. I don't speak dinosaur but I'm pretty damn sure that's what was being said. My heart broke in that moment, so much I couldn't even be happy for the ones that do make it. Worst part is, I don't even know if any made it or any good came because I was so butt hurt over that poor big fella. Could have been a great movie,if only you'd SAVED THE BRACHIOSAURUS. But on an almost positive note, you made me google if dinosaurs can swim, and had to read a bunch so at least I learned some things.
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Just added waterReviewed in the United States on September 18, 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
Painfully bad to watch. Clearly just milking a classic for another round of profits
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Rancid bad. Worthless story with forced highly predictable drama. Painful to watch. Sorry I own this!
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DoozerbabeReviewed in the United States on September 30, 2018
2.0 out of 5 stars
Promising first 20 minutes then ...
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Looked good first 20 minutes when it promised a dinosaur rescue and introduced an interesting moral question re: humankind's responsibility for survival of man-made species. But the movie then died with the dinosaur on the dock when the island blows up and the remaining two hours are dreck, mixing predictable and tiresome cliche, one-dimensional villans and plotholes as big as a TRex. (e.g., Dinosaur can tear through iron but can't penetrate a wood dumbwaiter door.) Jeff Goldblum returns to the franchise briefly to bookend the movie with truly incomprehensible speeches.
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Robert AbelReviewed in the United States on September 18, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great film !
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Once again, Dinos steal the show in the latest of the new Jurassic World story. This time greed and an emerging danger combine to tell a dramatic tale of a race against time as the former park faces destruction from the volcano. The actors were perfectly cast, and their interaction carried the picture to an interesting conclusion ( perhaps setting the stage for the final film, due I believe 2021) and which promises to be just as good as its prievous films. Get the bluray and watch the final extra by Barbasol its great! but only on the bluray. Get your copy today!
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Kindle CustomerReviewed in the United States on October 10, 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
The WORST of all, in ways large and small
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It was inevitable after the reboot we'd get yey another round of sequels, and just as inevitable they'd just get worse and worse. The same hackneyed plot. Same CGI extravaganza. Same villains plotting plots, good guys rescuing damsels and the inevitable screaming child; and God how she screamed, endlessly. The whole thing is a cringe fest. The ending is telegraphed a mile away and completely inane, complete with a plot hole you could shove a Brontosaurus thru, which they actually do. SPOILER ALERT. Yes the little girl/clone lets the cloned dinosaurs go, onto the N American continent, cause clony's gotta stick together. See a dinosaur is every bit deserving of life as a human, get it?? Er no. No we don't don't let apex predators loose on humanity cause a little girl "loves them". Fortunately it won't matter. Remember that plot hole?? Well escape into the night they might, and the trucks carrying the ones sold might be cruising down the highway BUT, every single one still has a tracking chip with a range of around thirty miles. Which means it's gonna take the US military about 24 hours to find and kill every last one. Period. Full Stop. So Jeffy Goldblum can save his preachy voice over about a "New" Juassic World. Cause in no time flat those cute lil dinos are gonna be as dead as this franchise. Thank God.
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NicoleReviewed in the United States on November 19, 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
It's like they forgot science and logic exists.
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I love Jurassic Park. Love it. It has held up incredibly well, because of incredible characters and credible science. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom just takes a cr@p all over Michael Crichton's work and Steven Spielberg's adaption. Every character could have died and I would have cheered.

Here are some of the finer parts of stupidity (Spoilers ahead):

Dinosaurs actively fleeing a volcano, but deciding to stop and have a bite and fight each other.

The fact that they even pretend people and dinos could outrun a pyroclastic flow. It can't be done people. See Pompeii.

Training a dinosaur to attack by pointing a gun with a lazer sight at the subject to be attacked. It's a gun. Just use the gun.

The unfathomably low price that they auction the dinosaurs for. The Jurassic Park ride at Universal Studios cost something like $110 million to make. One ride. They get excited to sell a real life dino for $10 million. No. Way. Dude.

A dinosaur that can track using its sense of smell from outside a building in the rain. In the rain. No. Just Stop.

The same dino that just spent 90% of its time crashing through walls, windows etc, suddenly deciding to gingerly open a door.

Every interaction between Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.
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D TallyReviewed in the United States on September 18, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
If you are a fan of the previous movies and the novel, Jurassic Park, by Dr. Michael Crichton, you will like this movie
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If you are a fan of the previous movies and the novel, Jurassic Park, by Dr. Michael Crichton, you will like this movie. It's a little fluffy but it has the original novel's humor, shear terror, wonder, avarice and villains. It's the continuing saga of the ramifications of decisions and reactions by humans and our attempts at redemption. Which, I think is a common theme in most of Dr. Crichton's writing... he's no longer with us but he has given us a lot to think about: Andromeda Strain, Westworld, Jurassic Park, E.R., and many others; some published posthumously. I'll keep watching these if someone wants to make them.
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SDAmazonReviewed in the United States on September 9, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Really liked it
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At first I was thinking, no not another Jurassic Park. I gave it a chance and was very pleasantly surprised. If you are a Jurassic park, Sci Fi, action movie fan you will like this. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard work will together. Fun movie night selection
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