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Review | Jurassic World: Dominion


Jurassic World: Dominion, third film in the franchise Jurassic World, rescue Laura Dern in the role of Dr. Ellie Sattler and Sam Neill like the Dr. Alan Grant back to the screens. Closing the arc of the series Jurassic World, Domain promises an exciting story and moments for longtime fans of the series Jurassic Park.

the Jurassic World: Dominion | Distribution | Universal Pictures

Despite all the expectations created for this film, what it delivers is very different. Without great emotions and betting on the usual, Dominion doesn't get excited and stays in the same energy all the time. There are no high points and no major conflicts. The main conflict is resolved without major problems or twists. The performances follow the rhythm of the feature and have nothing impressive. The couple Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) deliver little chemistry, there's the feeling that they're together because they have no other reason and it's the right thing to do. The same goes for Ellie and Alan, while their presence is a great tribute to fans, their characters are faded away as if they have no real importance.

Other characters that arrive in this film, such as Ramsay Cole (Mamoudou Athie) does not have a clear motivation, although it is important for the development of the plot. Ian Malcom (Jeff Goldblum) is also not put to good use, despite helping Ellie, their role comes down to trying to save themselves as they flee.

Jurassic World: Dominion | Distribution | Universal Pictures

Dinosaurs are also in the background, with special effects that refer to the classic Jurassic Park in 1993, do not seem to have evolved since then. Especially in low light scenes, there was no such appreciation for detail. Although not widespread, there are some well-crafted dinosaurs, but not the majority. The fight between two of the biggest carnivorous dinosaurs promised to be an exciting and breathtaking sequel, but it's short and low on emotion.

Despite all the problems, it is a film that pleases fans of the franchise. With old conflict resolution and the characters having an appropriate ending, it contains several references to previous films, some very evident and others more subtle. The mention of the classic logo is very noticeable and impossible to miss.

Jurassic World: Dominion debut day June 02 in Brazilian cinemas, distributed by Universal Pictures.



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