I have no idea what the reviewers had in mind when they went to watch Jurassic World Dominion earlier this summer.
The criticism this picture received—the sixth in a series of progressively ridiculous dinosaur action/adventure movies—was wholly out of proportion to the crimes it committed.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park’s segments are set in San Diego, as well as the rambling Jurassic Park III.
I personally did not anticipate Dominion to even come close to matching the brilliance of 1993’s Jurassic Park because none of the movies that came before it managed to do so (despite attempting to do so by bringing back the original cast).
I went into Jurassic World Dominion with just one need to be satisfied: I simply needed to see as much of Sam Neill as Alan Grant as is humanly possible.
By that standard, which is really the only one that matters in terms of this entertaining but frustrating franchise, Jurassic World Dominion is deemed to be brand-new.
This information is just what I need right now since I’m always up for more Alan Grant media in my life.
I adore this man, Lord. The burning! I’ve chosen to recommend Jurassic World Dominion: Extended Version on Peacock after giving it some thought.
Although “your mileage may vary” in reference to the unexpectedly negative critical reception to this movie, in my opinion Dominion is an exhilarating,
Although I highly recommend viewing the Jurassic World Dominion version that comes with decades of Sam Neill devotion, the longer version is fantastic.