Do you remember Poltergeist 2 when the old man convinced everyone to follow him into a cave and then closed the cave off in order to have a mass suicide? That was Jurassic World Dominion in a nut shell.
This was their final installment of their story of Jurassic Park, this was their send off, their goodbye. Imagine if you will, your best friend was about to move and never see you again, but instead of a long hug goodbye and tears they smudged a pile of shit in your face excitedly.
Jurassic World Dominion was a messy unnecessary film. The merging of the two groups of heroes of both Jurassic trilogies were meaningless and boring. What we got in this heaping pile of Dinosaur shit was weird storylines, Dinosaur chases, and more T-Rex tag team-ups.
The dinosaurs were just side pieces in this relationship as we follow the main characters down a weird rabbit hole of a storyline about Clones and prehistoric locusts that were decimating the planet. I honestly wouldn't have been surprised if aliens invaded and the humans used dinosaurs as weapons half way through this movie.
This movie is the Waterworld of Dinosaur movies, I paid twenty dollars for someone to shit in my hands basically. The only quality this movie had was the time I spent watching it with my two little ones, other than that I should of smashed my head on the counter for two hours.
I had hope for this film, I really did, but in the end they can't replicate Jurassic Park or Jurassic World, both which I loved. I guess I'll just stick to Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous which has a better story and better development than the last two films, and even takes points from each movie to extend upon. Camp cretaceous is more entertaining and fun than the last two films Universal has shit out.
Jurassic World Dominion gets a cool calm 50 out of 100. Don't forget to bring toilet paper to wipe the shit off your face after watching this horrible movie.
The last trilogy ever for these dinosaurs started with a Giant bang and ended with it falling flat on its face right in the middle of a minefield. The only thing I'll miss from this trilogy is Blue.