Excerpt: Michael Crichton, probabilmente deliziato da come Nolan e la Joy hanno lavorato sul suo Westworld, si starà rivoltando nella tomba, per questo ennesimo travisamento del mondo e dei temi di Jurassic Park.
Excerpt: Not as infuriating and insulting as the first Jurassic World, but it still doesn’t fully take advantage of some interesting ideas. It’s just a long, boring, but occasionally pretty looking mess.
Excerpt: The more I reflect on Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – J.A. Bayona’s rambunctious mashup of Cretaceous panic humor and gothic houses on dino-haunted hills – the more I respect a film that doesn’t care a lick about conformity and safety nets.
Excerpt: From Spanish-born filmmaker J.A. Bayona, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a serviceable and amusing-enough sequel, delivering an unexpectedly bland story that’s tolerably fun. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return for another disastrous adventure through science run amok, littered with lovely screensaver images that ultimately fall flat.
Excerpt: “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” is the wackiest in the series, but as a full-throttle ride, it still provides the brand of rip-roaring, danger-filled thrills that the “Jurassic” series—and summer moviegoing in general—is all about.
Excerpt: That course correction makes Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom the most intriguing and fresh entry into the saga since the beginning. It feels like the middle of a trilogy, but it achieves its goal of creating uncertainty for what’s to come.