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I have seen it a month ago
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on my birthday
I thought it was a good/okay movie just not a great Jurassic Park movie
Mt father hated the movie, he said how could they have a reunion in a forest when the forest is so large
Oh and thank you for playing your part to prevent spoilers
I think it was great, but not awesome. I agree with my dad, and another few fake scenes that doesn't make sense, my favourite part of the movie is This is to prevent spoilers when Blue came back to see her long time owner before running back to the jungles, that scene was so heartwarming, especially when baby blue came back to her mother.
It isn't as nearly bad as people are making it out to be and it certainly doesn't deserve the insane hatred that it's been getting. However, I personally found the movie to be a bit of a mixed bag, there's things I really enjoyed about it, but at the same time there were a lot of problems and I would be lying if I said that I wasn't slightly disappointed by it.
I think that the movie suffered from having way too much happening at once and a lot of the subplots distracted from the main premise of "dinosaurs in our world", also as a conclusion to the series, I found it kind of underwhelming. There were a lot a great ideas and moments that I really liked, such as the Dimetrodon scene, the Parasaurolophus herding scene, the Malta black market scene, and the introduction of feathered dinosaurs. It was great to see the original cast return, and their reintroduction to the series was definitely a highlight of the film. Also, without spoiling anything, I thought that Dodgson's fate was done really well and served as a nice bit of karma for him. They tried to put as many new creatures in the movie as possible, which was fun to see, but unfortunately it resulted in a lot of them being too underused and I felt that they didn't have enough time to really make an impact. The Giganotosaurus was cool, although as the "big bad" of the movie, he felt really underwhelming and at times I couldn't help but think of how much cooler it would've been if they had brought back the Spinosaurus instead. I also thought that, while the final fight was entertaining, it felt like it was trying a bit too hard to recreate the fight from Jurassic World.
Overall, I would say that it's an entertaining movie, but at the same time, it's probably one of my least favorite entries in the series (currently not sure if I like it more or less than Fallen Kingdom). But like I said, it's not the "terrible, cinematic disaster/train wreck/dumpster fire/extinction-level event/one big pile of s***!" that a lot of reviews are trying to claim it to be.
Honestly its not a bad movie, I just think some other dinosaur movies are better than this.
There's some parts that I agree, There were a lot of dinosaurs, but the ending was heartwarming, just not what I really wanted.
Oh and Erliko, did you searned anything related about the bruhathkayosaurus?
I agree there was too much going on for a single movie to tackle however the movie may yet improve with the rumored EXTENDED CUT
I'm just disappointed that the jurassic world franchise has ended...:(
well i heard from a certain Jurassic Park lore master that if the movie proves successful we may get a new trilogy
It was better than Fallen Kingdom, but that's not a high bar by any stretch. Lots of wasted potential, jaw droppingly confusing coverage and poor Sam Neil had barely anything to do in this except bumble around, looking confused and jealous.
I don't know what's going on with Trevorrow, but the man is not cut out for blockbuster filmmaking. I really think he needs to stick with smaller, indie flicks.
well hopefully the extended cut gives us more Dr. Grant