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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Movie Review: A Memorable Joyride Of A Two Decade Journey

Published On: 06 June 2018 | Hollywood | By:

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Movie Review: A Memorable Joyride Of A Two Decade Journey

The first movie Jurassic Park was a vision of the great director Steven Spielberg which managed to grab a lot of people of different age groups to witness a life changing journey.

Most of us when we were kids, we were completely excited when we watched Jurassic Park on the TV. As most of us have been watching this with either with our friends or our family every weekend, it has come to our fact that this was the first movie to be dubbed in Hindi. 

As the years grew by, we never got bored from this cult classic which kept us entertained and hooked since we were infants. The franchise has evolved in such a way that it is much more than just a movie franchise.

Also Read: Jurassic Park Over The Years

The movie starts when the previous Jurassic World ended with a lot of debates regarding the save the dinos campaign which happens all over the world when the news of a volcanic eruption takes place in Isla Nublar. Claire (played by Bryce Dallas Howard) is now part of the activist team in California who is summoned by a billionaire Benjamin Lockwood (James Cromwell) who happens to be an old partner to John Hammond of the first Jurassic Park. Lockwood and his right hand man Eli Mills (played by Rafe Spall) assign a job for Claire retrieve the dinosaurs from the island and allot them in a different island. 

Claire takes help from her boyfriend Owen (played by Chris Pratt) who has a very good way of grabbing his raptor Blue's attention. Claire and Owen along with Claire's colleagues head to the damaged Jurassic World to find the remaining dinosaurs along with the military's help. Which unfortunately turns out to be a double cross as these dinosaurs rescued from the volcanic eruption is going to be sold at an auction to the richest billionaires. The movie turns out to be a race against time to stop the auction of these rare species and find Blue

The movie keeps me engaged and there were a few screams I had, but there were some flaws in between but this will be a very good watch for everyone. The movie doesn't degrade the franchise and makes sure that the fans need more of it. 


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