Jurassic World Dominion

Dinosaurs are displaced across the globe after the destruction of Isla Nublar four years earlier. The fragile ecosystem and power structure of the past million years is thrown into disarray now that the first generation of apex predators have returned to reclaim dominion over their former kingdom. Sensing an opportunity to tighten their grip over civilization, Biosyn releases a swarm of locusts that begin to wreak havoc on the food chain. 

Collin Trevorrow’s latest entry into the Jurassic franchise hits theaters in the form of Jurassic World Dominion starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard featuring the return of Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Jeff Goldblum. Dominion is a tough pill to swallow, especially when compared to the previous installments. The soft reboot trilogy has sparked plenty of controversy since its debut in 2015. The issues that plagued the first movie in the trilogy have continually made themselves known throughout the first sequel and Dominion did little to address them. With few contributions to the overall lore of Jurassic whatever and one too many ridiculous pieces of plot, Jurassic World is borderline shlock and awe with a budget the size of a small nation’s GDP.

Dylan M.
Dylan M.

Dylan created Movies Not Films as a fun project to stay occupied during the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. He started with a simple movie diary on a spreadsheet and eventually transformed it into MoviesNotFilms.com with a robust catalog of reviews, suggestions, and ranking lists. Currently living with his now-fiancé and two dogs, Dylan has a full-time career but still makes time to watch all the latest movies and most of the new TV shows.

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