The Fallen Kingdom follows the story of the 2016 Jurassic World where the amusement park is destroyed and the creatures from the past are left there. Now there is an imminent threat on the Isla Nublar island due to an active volcano about to erupt. The world is divided about the rights of the animals to survival or to leave them to die.
Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) and Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) are teamed up to rescue the recreated giants, by a billionaire. But are the intentions really noble here? Are they able to rescue the animals?
- It is always a treat to watch the extinct creatures on the big screen. The animatronics and CGI created effects are perfectly blend to give a spectacle of a lifetime to the viewers. If you are a fan of the series you’ll certainly enjoy it.
- It’s is good to see both the actors Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard again who show great chemistry in the limited set of VFX heavy production.
- Despite its simplistic plot, Spanish director J. A. Bayona, who has The Orphanage – a horror film to his credit, is skillfully able to create some edge of the seat terror sequences.
- There are many instances where this film pays homage to the original Jurassic Park films, and if you had watched them you’ll surely be able to draw parallels.
- The special bond of Owen and Blue is the heart of the film.
- The plot is super thin and do not go in with expecting a lot of surprises in store.
- Jeff Goldblum is shown in the trailer as if he had a lot to do, but no his role is just too in significant.
Even though the film has its flaws but who cares about the story here, go and enjoy the exciting ride of sheer joy when you see the dinosaurs walk and fly.