There is a thrill in the film, but it seems that there should be something different in this dinosaur world now.
Direction: J.A. Bayona
Writer: Coleen Trevoro, Derek Connolly
Cinematography: Oscar Fora
Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Rafe Spall, Justice Smith, Daniela Pineda, James Cromwell, Toby Jonas
In the year 1993, the science-fiction adventure film ‘Jurassic Park’ made the audience feel a different world of adventure. Since then, this series of ‘Jurassic’ has now reached ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’. It is a sequel to ‘Jurassic World’ (2015). There is thrill in the film, but somewhere it seems that there should be something different in this dinosaur world now.
3 years after the closure of the Jurassic World theme park, Claire (Bryce Dallas) meets Benjamin Lockwood and Ellie Mills. They call him to save the dinosaurs from the island standing on the verge of destruction. Then Claire, Owen (Chris Pratt) and their two companions go to Isla Nubler to save the dinosaur, a volcano active there. Here he learns that he has fallen victim to some conspiracy.
Crus Pratt has once again given a great performance in the character of Owen. Bryce Dallas also makes a strong presence again in Claire’s role. Justice Smith, playing the role of IT technician Franklin, tickles his childish antics. Daniela Pineda is perfect in the role of Dr. Jia. Rafe Spell as Villain is an average. The other supporting cast work well.
J.A. Bayona’s direction is fine. The screenplay is engaging, but there are some loop holes, which disturb the thrill. Computer generated imagery and visual effects are quite advanced, which are well used. This adds thrill and excitement to the action sequences of the rappers. The background score is a plus point in increasing the thrill. Cinematography is attractive.
The action sequence features terrifying dinosaurs, the devastation caused by volcanic eruptions and the underwater scene. In such a situation, ‘Jurassic World’ welcomes you to enjoy the action-adventure.