Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Continues the Series in a Fine Fashion


You would think after four failed attempts at successfully bringing back the dinosaurs, a fifth time would be out of the question, but here we are again and to be honest I’m just fine with that because Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a film worth watching.

Continuing where the last film left off, this one takes on a much more serious and political undertone, bringing into question, do dinosaurs have the same rights as animals? And if so, should they be saved from Isla Nublar, the location of the deserted Jurassic World, which is being destroyed by a volcano.

Ultimately, a small team of specialists go to the island to try to save one of each species including the raptor “Blue” trained by Owen Grady, Chris Pratt’s character.

It really does amaze me that the storyline of each film in this series is so similar, and yet each film somehow stands out all their own and this one is no different.

From the action to the drama, everything flows so well you will be on the edge of your seat from beginning to end. Drawing on past influences and present day issues, the multiple themes in the film mesh well together to create a complete story that fits like a puzzle piece in a timeless film series.

P.S. There is an after credit scene that, although may seem obvious after watching the film, is worth staying for.