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Gabor.

All the possible cliches in one movie
6 years 1 month ago
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popfactor

Lots of things wrong with this movie. It's full of cliches, poorly scripted, the characters are one-dimensional and unlikeable, and visually I found it to be really over-reliant on CGI. I'm sad because I wanted it to be good. :(
6 years ago
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buc86

What they needed was more time on the island, everything after that was dull.
6 years 1 month ago
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NevertrustGoogle

CLAIRE, CLAIRE, CLAIRE. So much yelling in this boring film hurt my ears
5 years 11 months ago
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Jedirobbo

In a word: Underwhelming
6 years ago
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manwithpetgull

Five movies into the franchise and we're back to the three-quarter mark of the second movie. It's just more of the same, and a chore to sit through. Something like 10% Resident Evil, 20% Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and 70% Free Willy.
6 years ago
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dhan_bo

Giant plot holes + sick ending
6 years 1 month ago
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chelano

So I though after Jurassic Park 3, this franchise was a fallen kingdom. But then Jurassic World came out and I was like, "oh yeah not bad". Now this one is getting close to making it all be a "Fallen Kingdom" again.
5 years 5 months ago
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H.Benjamin

I'm not gonna lie, I could've laughed when that sole brachiosaurus stood on the harbour.

It was so overdramatic that I'm not sure if that scene was satire or serious.
5 years 9 months ago
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pancake

In the name of all the clichés
5 years 10 months ago
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Senseo1990

more like Jurassic World: Fallen BOREDOM ?!?!!?!!
1 year 6 months ago
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DisneyStitch

It says an awful lot that spoiler After all, why not just cram as much plot into it as possible, right?

So much of this is rehashed from other Jurassic films in the series that it's a fairly embarrassing venture. Just when you think that maybe, just maybe certain characters aren't cookie cutter versions of villains from the other films it turns out they are, and right down to the exact same motivations too. Money, greed, and power... wash, rinse, repeat. spoiler One would think that the good guys would at least have some character development to even out the score but it's not there. Add a heavy helping of too much CGI and this was one painful outing. spoiler
10 months 1 week ago
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Siskoid

The second Jurassic World, Fallen Kingdom, injects a bit more humor in Chris Pratt's character - weirdly missing from the first installment - and Bryce Dallas Howard's is less useless and grating, but the writing is still dead stupid. It's already a cliché within the franchise that venal plutocrats will want to buy dinosaurs, but the movie just doesn't make its point that these might become the new atomic bomb. For one thing, even the boring super-predator hybrid is too easily defeated by the heroes, and for another, if you've got a sniper rifle trained on someone, which is what gives the raptor its target, why don't you just fire? Weapons merchants are as dazzled as the movie wants us to be by the dinosaurs. But then, this thing doesn't know jack about anything it puts in its plot, whether volcano physics, medicine or genetics. One of the things that a friend said to me recently is that J-World wants us to think of its dinos as real animals, then CG or not, proceeds to abuse and hurt them. There is a surprising poignancy to the dinosaurs being left on a sinking island, but otherwise, you might as well be kicking cats and dogs throughout. Sure, it means the villains are evil, but that's really all they are, slimes from their first shot with no surprise when they do their heel turn. The precocious little girl - because of course there is one - is obnoxious and, as it turns out, a barely sketched-in plot device. Her last line is on the order of Neil Patrick Harris' "They're afraid" in Starship Troopers, but not meant ironically - just the worst of many, many dialogue disasters.
2 years 1 month ago
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Earring72

Dissapointing sequel. Too much on the repeat with silly plotholes. Has its moments but marginal at best.
4 years 4 months ago
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sleepingdeep

While i did like the variety of dinosaurs in the movie, the movie was also the big problem. this movie was just terrible.
5 years 9 months ago

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