Rent Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)

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Synopsis:
It's been three years since theme parkland luxury resort, Jurassic World was destroyed by dinosaurs out of containment. Isla Nublar now sits abandoned by humans while the surviving dinosaurs fend for themselves in the jungles. When the island's dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event.
Actors:
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Directors:
Producers:
Belén Atienza, Patrick Crowley, Frank Marshall
Writers:
Derek Connolly, Colin Trevorrow, Michael Crichton
Aka:
Jurassic Park 5
Studio:
Universal Pictures
Genres:
Action & Adventure, Top 100 Films, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
BBFC:
Release Date:
05/11/2018
Run Time:
123 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1
Colour:
Colour
Languages:
English, English Audio Description
Subtitles:
Arabic, English Hard of Hearing
Bonus:
  • On Set with Chris & Bryce
  • Birth of the Indoraptor
  • Death by Dino
  • Monster in a Mansion
  • Rooftop Showdown
  • Malcolm's Return
  • and more!
BBFC:
Release Date:
05/11/2018
Run Time:
129 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1
Colour:
Colour
Languages:
English, English Audio Description
Subtitles:
Arabic, English Hard of Hearing
Bonus:
  • On Set with Chris & Bryce
  • Birth of the Indoraptor
  • Death by Dino
  • Monster in a Mansion
  • Rooftop Showdown
  • Malcolm's Return
  • and more!
BBFC:
Release Date:
05/11/2018
Run Time:
129 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1
Colour:
Colour
Languages:
English, English Audio Description
Subtitles:
Arabic, English Hard of Hearing
Bonus:
  • On Set with Chris & Bryce
  • Birth of the Indoraptor
  • Death by Dino
  • Monster in a Mansion
  • Rooftop Showdown
  • Malcolm's Return
  • and more!
BBFC:
Release Date:
05/11/2018
Run Time:
129 minutes
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1
Colour:
Colour
Languages:
English, English Audio Description, French
Subtitles:
Danish, Dutch, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, French, Norwegian, Romanian, Swedish

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Reviews (8) of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Great Special, Effects Poor Story Line - Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review by DK

Not very original but the CGI does bring these monsters to life in more detail than Ive seen before so worth a watch.

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Excellent - esp the beginning and first half - Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review by PV

4.5 stars for this - a brilliant opening sequence and top rate first half, let down later in the movie. Plus a lot of pc stuff I dislike.

The second half gets a bit gothic and 'Nosferatu' actually, which some reviewers put down to the Spanish director BUT he didn't write the script.

Toby Jones is great but the stars are the dinosaurs, as ever!

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Wimpy watered down version of the sequal of a sequel! - Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom review by CS

Whilst this film opens with a bang and the first half is good, it's now become a bit of a cliche, rehashing old overly familiar themes and right from the start, was extremely predictable! I sat there and kept thinking, I know what's going to happen next and sure as eggs are eggs, it did, so for me the storyline was nothing new and the predictability really took the fun out of it all. What I thought was the actual theme of the film, really all takes place within the first half an hour, then we are taken to a completely different location altogether and here it just gets really silly! Throw in a handful of Russian and East Asian Crime Lords, the tired old theme of greed and mix with a little bit of genetics and what you get comes off as a real mish mash of a storyline. And please lets stop being so PC all of the time as it really is getting in the way of making a good film. It's almost de-rigor now that you have to have a Black, East Asian, Action Woman and so on even when they are completely irrelevant to the storyline, however this switches the roles around and gives us a really pathetically wimpy teenage black boy, a hard on full action could be lesbian girl and a half hearted clone of a daughter, all of which are a blatant attempt at being PC and really just ends up damaging the characters and the ability of the actors to bring any gravitas to the situation. I thought the last 15 minutes just descended into silliness and complete unbelievability. What would be the logical choice, you allow animals which had already gone extinct to die off once again, or to release them to roam wild in your local domestic neighbourhood, mad carnivorous killers like a T.Rex or Raptor, you guess which option they choose, because of course we've got to have yet another sequel of the sequal haven't we!

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Critic review

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (aka Jurassic Park 5) review by Mark McPherson - Cinema Paradiso

I adored Jurassic World for how brilliantly it wove those familiar dinosaur thrills when I was a kid, bringing a nostalgic wave of Jurassic Park giddiness. I’m now frustrated with Fallen Kingdom for similar reasons, returning to the same old flaws with a disappointing sensation of old wounds reopened. Despite a handful of entertaining set pieces, this sequel ultimately succumbs to the failures of all rushed properties, slinging too much on the screen without much sticking for being a big and brainless blockbuster.

The problem stems from too many cans of worms being popped off in the wake of the massacre at the Jurassic World island. The government is so inept about how to handle the disaster that they merely shrug their shoulders and nod when presented with the option of letting nature run its course as a volcano threatens the park. That solution won’t stand for a dinosaur liberation group, now headed by former park organizer Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard). She wants to save the dinosaurs and she’s not the only one. Doctor Owen (Chris Pratt) still has a thing for the raptor Blue, even more than the forced romance between him and Claire, that he’s willing to risk searching a dangerous island to find his old scaly friend. And there’s the evil industrialist Mr. Mills (Rafe Spall) that wants to make a mint off the dinos, so much so that he wants to sell them off to investors. The mercenary along for the ride, played by Ted Levine, is mostly just interested in dino teeth in between shooting at them.

If the film had just been about the return to the dinosaur-infested island, akin to braving a post-apocalyptic world on the verge of another apocalypse, it would have been fun. And for the half-hour we spend on the island, it is fun. Chris Pratt narrowly avoids being engulfed by encroaching lava and Bryce Dallas Howard finds herself trapped in a lava-flooding room with an angry dinosaur roaring at her. But all this happens so fast we’re hardly left a moment to mourn the tearful sight of a giant herbivore being consumed by flame.

It’s when the film diverts location to a mansion built for housing dinosaurs that film turns nutty, both in visuals and with too many plots. Mr. Mills has reformatted the basement of Dr. Hammond’s former associate into a compound for prehistoric creatures to be auctioned. And while the idea of dinosaurs rampaging about a large interior on a stormy night is brilliant staging for a more rugged horror movie style, it’s hampered by too much else happening. There’s a new hybrid dinosaur on the block, and he’s only slightly more intelligent than the previous one. There’s a bitter questioning for Claire about deciding what to do with all these creatures when all is said and done. And there’s even a cloned human arc thrown in at the last minute on the off chance that there wasn’t enough going on in this story.

And so I’m left with a Jurassic World sequel that is equally as frustrating as the sequel to Jurassic Park. It loses more simple magic to its adventure, concocts too many arcs that mostly go nowhere, and loses sight of the grand message about man not messing with nature. The story strikes itself with amnesia, trying to restage the romance of Pratt/Howard without any development and contort a more enticing premise for the inevitable sequel. Thus Jurassic Park will once again run that money train into the ground where studio execs will rush to the next blockbuster of the franchise, spending so much time asking if they could they’ll never stop to consider that they should.

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