Jurassic World Dominion (2022) Review- A full stop is preferable than a multiverse

    Jurassic World Dominion is the third and final instalment in the Jurassic World franchise. It’s also supposed to wrap up the storyline that began with Jurassic Park (1993). Colin Trevorrow is the director.

    With Sam Neil and Laura Dern returning to the franchise after a two-decade absence, the film contains numerous callbacks to the 1993 original. As a result, this film will undoubtedly evoke numerous nostalgic feelings in you, which is understandable given that farewells are all about nostalgia. There is no doubt that the film will be a gigantic spectacle, but the question is whether it can measure up to the high expectations that the Jurassic franchise has built up over the years.

    Jurassic World Dominion has its moments of brilliance, but it’s mostly a squandered opportunity. The fun is there, the action is there, but the characters are the weakest link. There are numerous fan moments, particularly those parts in which Sam Niel, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum appear together, but their classic roles are transformed into college-aged teenagers for comic effect. The film’s music isn’t up to par for the final instalment of the Jurassic trilogy. We are disappointed that the famous Jurassic Park theme music has been ignored. This film boasts one of the worst scripted final acts in the Jurassic franchise.

    Jurassic World Dominion sets out to be just a fun film and it succeeds. Still, it is an underwhelming finale to the franchise. But, in our view, a full stop is preferable than a multiverse.

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