Jurassic World

Photo: Mahariya News

The Jurassic World has sparked numerous arguments. 

On Monday, early screenings of Jurassic World Dominion have critics’ sentiments all over the place, forming two divisions of opinions. One credits the new film as their favorite among the Jurassic World trilogy, while the other thinks the movie is the worst. 

Dominion is set years following the happenings of 2018’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom at a time when dinosaurs are now attempting to live in a world with humans. 

With Colin Trevorrow as director, the movie sees the stars of both the Jurassic trilogies reprise their roles – Jurassic Park’s Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum; and Jurassic World’s Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. 

Early feedback like these are not often the most accurate for a prospective box-office hit, and the critical reactions will likely change after more people watch the movie. However, even at this point, there is much to digest. 

“#jurassicworlddominion is a big, roaring fun adventure,” said Variety editor Jazz Tangcay on Twitter. “The dinosaurs are bigger and better than ever. It’s non-stop Dinosaur action. And Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, and Sam Neill’s return hit the nostalgic spots. I just love them.” 

Erik Davis of Fandango complimented the film describing it as his “favorites film of the new Jurassic trilogy.” He added, “It’s stuffed w/thrilling dinosaur encounters & lots more Jeff Goldblum, but it’s also got a great balance of creepy & inventive scenarios w/ some choice nods to what came before.” 

On the other hand, io9’s Germain Lussier said Dominion “is bad. So bad. It’s too long, it’s wildly repetitive & the dinosaurs are window dressing for multiple uninteresting, unrelated stories.” 

Esther Zuckerman of Thrillist described it as “easily one of the stupidest movies I’ve ever seen.” Journalist Courtney Howard called it the “worst of the franchise.” Meanwhile, critic Tomris Laffly said it was “absolutely terrible.”


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.