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Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom full movie watch now fully free online in Hd format. It was a cinematic summer blast and offers big expectations for the 3rd upcoming apocalyptic film in 2018. I am not sure What everyone is saying in regards to the film being bad. My family enjoyed it and would probably rank it 2nd behind Jurassic Park. The film had good Twist, amazing cgi, and fun actors. This is what summer films are all about. I had people clapping at the end of the movie. The third film may be potentially the most exciting film in the franchise. I love the Jurassic World franchise and I think fallen kingdom far exceeds Jurassic Park 2 and 3. The only warning is that the film is the darkest in the franchise please be aware for small children.

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It could have use a little more Goldblum, a little less super villain section, and a little more connected story, but this was a great addition to the franchise. I absolutely loved the movie and thought that this entry in the JP franchise is the second best. How Jurassic World has received a higher rating than this is beyond me. JA Bayona did a really great job and would have loved if he would have returned for the third and final installment of the Jurassic World series. I recommend anyone who loves the Jurassic Park franchise to definitely watch this despite the reviews of others and enjoy the movie for what it is.

The only thing that doesn’t work for this movie is the title. Instead of going for the very annoying faux Spielberg wannabe style movie that brought us the first Jurassic World(a very mediocre blockbuster that epitomized this trend), this film goes for its own style. The film-makers were tasked with making a modern blockbuster that could hold up to the action superhero spectacles of today, appeal to Jurassic nostalgia, and weave a few compelling moments and ideas in there so it wasn’t a complete thoughtless cash grab(really all movies are).

To that end, they completely succeeded. You’re watching a film with two titles; that was deemed more palatable than Jurassic Park 5, it’s not high art. Amidst the spectacle of dinosaurs chomping on, stomping on, punting, biting, and slashing at people, there are surprisingly emotional moments that work incredibly well. The big ideas actually manage to take the franchise in a different direction than the “we need to go back to an island of killer dinosaurs” formula that has plagued every Jurassic sequel.

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There are at least 4 scenes that heavily feature animatronic dinosaurs as a welcome nod to the original trilogy. Aside from that the CGI works. The contrived writing keeps the action going at a modern clip but you never feel lost in the…ahem…chaos. The camera is grounded and the dinosaurs have weight. In the most over the top sequence you barely care about the people and the film makers know that. We’re only here for the dinosaurs. The camera only briefly establishing the human’s location before cutting to the world of dinosaurs, red in tooth and claw. It isn’t just the action, it’s the entire movie. This is the first Jurassic film since the pre-eating people moments of the original where the human characters love the dinosaurs as much as the audience.
Ultimately if the phrase “Gothic haunted house movie with killer dinosaurs” doesn’t appeal to you, you may not have an inkling of inner child left. The film stands in line with the superhero blockbuster formula by adding a heavy dose of welcome comedy, but unlike its predecessor and caped peers we aren’t subject to dry and sexist one-liners for a laugh. Instead we get absurd slapstick routines that are delightfully strange and entertaining. I’m thinking of two, but no spoilers here.

I get it, I’m tired of sequels and reboots too guys but in a sea of nothing but sequels and reboots Fallen Kingdom is a standout flick. It’s got action, slapstick, heartbreak, and a few good jump scares. In my opinion it could only have been improved with by feathered dinosaurs(I’m a paleo geek) and a better title. It’s too weird to be loved by critics and too fun to be hated by audiences. We start off with possible the best opening of the series!! (well 2nd to the original) where it is intense, action packed and scary! Everything the last two missed! Possible because it was at night in the rain but it was awesome!!!!

The usual low point of these films since the first was the unnecessary need to have children involved! 3 and World was like please….just eat the lil bastards! This one the poor kid, who has an interesting and different back story is some one who is in the wrong place at the wrong time dragged into something she had no choice in and I actually cared about her.

Since I was a year old, my earliest memories have been tied to the Jurassic Park franchise. It has been a family tradition to watch these movies together (my parents barely watch English Films but when it comes to the JP movies, they eagerly watch). I’ve seen the first two films probably a million times, the third one once (lets not talk about that film), and the fourth film a bunch of times as well. But with another solid entry into the franchise, I look at what Fallen Kingdom has to offer, and what is in the future for this storied franchise.

For starters, being a JP fan, this review and analysis might come as a bit biased. I’m speaking from a nostalgic, and fandom perspective. Jurassic World brought forward an interesting new life to the franchise, bringing the ideas of a modern day theme park to life, with the highest of security and technology in place. Of course, the park ends up going into chaos thanks to the new super dinosaur (Indominus Rex) that they created to help spike revenue for the park. As that film closes, it was interesting to think about what the sequel might touch upon.

Fast forward to Fallen Kingdom, which brings us the premise of a world fully aware (and really confused) about what to do with the dinosaur dilemma. Isla Nublar’s volcano has become active again, and poses a threat to wipe out all the species on the island, thus, posing as a second extinction of the creatures. You have folks who want to save the dinosaurs (Bryce Dallas Howard’s Claire heads the Dinosaur Protection Group) and then there are the folks who just want to see the extinction come and finally wipe the dinosaurs off once and for all. Jeff Goldblum’s iconic Ian Malcolm comes in a short but extremely important cameo. His voice of reason is one from personal experiences, and is one that is extremely terrified of the prospect of saving those creatures. But his main fear is that they would be endangering the human race to a new level.

As a rescue operation is discreetly set up to save the dinosaurs and move them to a more secluded island, we have Claire having to reunite and recruit the services of Owen (Chris Pratt), to help find the last velociraptor on the island, his beloved Blue. On the island we end up understanding that the whole process of the rescue operation was just a farce, only having the dinosaurs being taken off the island so that they can be auctioned off in a shady black market auction. We see our heroes go to the mansion where the auction is happening and help thwart the plan to auction most of the dinosaurs. They end up witnessing the horrible and shocking new weaponized prototype hybrid for sale (Indoraptor). With some suspense and chases, we finally get to probably one of the most important moments of the franchise. We see that the characters have a choice in helping release the dinosaurs into the North American wilderness, or, allow them to pretty much die in the mansion, which is slowly being destroyed due to all the chaos that ensued. As one of the new character’s (Maisie) pushes the button to free the dinosaurs, we have now entered a new world where dinosaurs are now part of the food chain again, and where humans and dinosaurs must exist alongside each other. And this is why, the next film, and possibly final Jurassic Park film, will be really exciting.

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As for the film itself, Fallen Kingdom isn’t necessarily an amazing film, but definitely a solid entry in the series. The film goes on a tear in terms of pacing, going at the plot in a brisk pace. Cinematography is a huge plus in the film, as director JA Bayona does a fabulous job of delivering the dark and gloomy visuals that are necessary. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard do a good job in continuing their respective character arcs, and help show where things are going to go for the final film. The only negative that I could site is possibly the story itself. Though the overall story that Fallen Kingdom is trying to be tell is cool and very interesting, it sways a bit at certain portions of the film. But considering how Fallen Kingdom works in terms of the overall story arc for the trilogy, it’s understandable for the way the story is told in the film. Jurassic World had a basic and very easy progression from beginning to end, whereas with Fallen Kingdom, the progression veers a bit. I suspect that once the third film comes out, Fallen Kingdom will be looked at more positively, as it will be the sort of film which helps show what the puzzle is trying to look like before it’s completed.

As Fallen Kingdom ends, we truly enter a new world. A Jurassic World. Ian Malcolm’s warnings since Jurassic Park and The Lost World Jurassic Park have come into fruition. Humankind’s notion and desire to being creators and the fascination of being god has now come back to haunt them. The thrill of discovery has now made things change so drastically in their world, that the past is literally coming back to haunt them.

The ethics of what to do with the dinosaurs is a really interesting topic. Incase this were to happen in a real world setting, many people would want the animals gone and wiped out probably. But who are we to decide the fate of something living and breathing? We created the creatures, but once we create something, do we really have the right to cancel our creation? Yes, humans are at the top of the food chain, but we also have the biggest impact on whatever is happening in the global ecosystem. What if the other species in the world, somehow, someway, decide to wipe us out, would that be fair to us? In the series, humans created dinosaurs for entertainment and business purposes. But as the series has shown from time to time, they never truly considered the ramifications of their pursuit for personal enjoyment. During the dinner table scene in the original Jurassic Park, and during many points in The Lost World Jurassic Park, we see Ian Malcolm as a person determined to help bring some insight and thought towards the creation of the mighty beasts. He isn’t against the creatures per say, but, he is worried about how they will alter the balance of things.

Dinosaurs are amazing creatures to look at and to behold, but also, their mindsets and behaviours are different from the rest of the animals on earth. As we see at the end of Fallen Kingdom, the T-Rex roaring in the face of the lion, and the Mossasaur chasing down surfers, these are just signs that these creatures are unfamiliar with the current world settings. Like Malcolm says in this film, the dinosaurs are not compatible with humans. They pose more threats than possibly anything else in the world. His pleas go unheard in the initial meeting at the beginning of the film, and now that the animals are let loose and also sold to shady corporations and war businesses, he also talks about the whole idea of genetics now getting out of hand during the climatic senate meeting. Breakthroughs in science are amazing, but also hold so much problems for the future as well. Though his role probably only consists of 5 minutes of screen time, Malcolm truly narrates the whole idea and notion that this new Jurassic World trilogy is concerned with. Whether the characters in the film like it or not, they have changed the course of history and nature, and now it’s literally impossible for things to go back to normal. As he ends off the film (in trade mark Goldblum style), he gives a sad, but harsh “I told you so” line: “Welcome, to Jurassic World.”

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As someone who loved the first Jurassic World, this was a solid follow-up with some fantastic sequences throughout and whilst the acting is at times sub-par by certain actors (not dropping names) it is still a thrilling watch and the Indoraptor is indeed the best villain in Jurassic Park since the Original T-Rex and the Indominus Rex and the entire final sequence of this film really depicted how blood-curdlingly vicious it was. I’m also VERY glad that there are NO SJW moments in this film. None. It was a breath of fresh air being able to watch a film in 2018 with no political agenda, everyone in my packed cinema enjoyed it all the more for it and of course the characters were stronger for it too it. I’m interested in seeing how the next Jurassic World will wrap up this trilogy

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom is the WORTHIEST successor thus far to the Original Jurassic Park. The movie is EXCELLENT when it comes to Business perspective. Congratulations to JA Beyona! However the story even if it is very interesting, it’s 50/50 between the people who LOVED it and the people who HATED it. I belong to the first category but I respect a majority of people who hated it because they have sensible proofs to why they disliked the movie. The writters of the movie take a very CRITICAL move to lead the future of the franchise wich will influence the way people see the dinosaurs. I personaly have no problem with that because I knew and I’m pretty sure you also knew that the franchise had to take a different route to continiou the story because the old classic island theme, as well as the park theme is now same old same old, and that is a major reason why I loved this movie. In other words, a majority of dislikes is clearly each one’s opinion on whether or not they like the new route the story has take. I personaly like how the story is progressing to a new level and I can’t wait to see what follows in Jurassic World 3.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was a pretty good movie, I enjoyed the first movie back in 2015 and I love the 1993 original, the sequels aren’t really that great but they weren’t the worst things ever. Fallen Kingdom is a good sequel but I wouldn’t say it’s better than the first Jurassic World and of course the 1993 original as I had more enjoyment from those two films, the original film was and still is a classic film and the first Jurassic World film was incredible.

This movie has a good story, good characters, great cast members, CGI still looks pretty good (even though good CGI is standard nowadays), action scenes are cool, the music is great, and the jokes they had were funny.

What makes this movie not better than the first movie or the original is that there are too many cliches and had some predictable moments here and there, even the villain of the movie was too unlikable and again even cliched which isn’t a good thing.
Aside from those problems with the movie, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was still pretty good for what it did, I’d recommend this movie to fans of the Jurassic Park film series, Dinosaurs, Chris Pratt and just CGI films in general.

I give Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom a 7.5 out of 10 it is a pretty good sequel but isn’t better than the first Jurassic World and the the 1993 original, but I’d say give it at least one viewing.

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The film introduces new characters played by Justice Smith and Daniella Pineda, who tag along with are main characters. One of them can access and hack into anything, but he’s a afraid of pretty much everything – the drop of a penny can startle him, probably thinks it’s a T.Rex. Also his screaming can go right through you. The other takes care of Blue after being badly injured and that’s really it. Both of them didn’t do much for me. Half way through the movie you forgot about them, because they literally disappear from the film and later come back in the third act.

The visual effects, (for the most part) looked really good and never takes you out of the movie when interacting around non-digital setting/people. I noticed some animatronics dinosaurs, but can easily get overshadowed by the heavy CGI. When I said “for the most part”, there are some shots were it looked a bit noticeable. Other than that, the visual effects are the strongest element to the film.

Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard ain’t brilliant in terms of acting, but at least have great chemistry. If look at any interviews or press event, the two get along so well it easily shows on screen. The biggest change in terms of character is Bryce Dallas Howard, who’s not as idiotic like the first. While both characters aren’t great, as some questionable decisions are made, although slightly better compared to the first. Although their motivations for saving the dinosaurs only makes you agree with Ian Malcolm (Goldblum) even more.

The movie is, at the very least, self aware of itself. Evidently by Chris Pratt’s character before agreeing to go on a mission ironically states “What could go wrong” when things go wrong. Giving small winks to the audiences when the obvious is gonna happen. With the endless amount of stupid decisions on top of more stupid decisions to push the plot along – Which I guess if every character had a brain, this movie wouldn’t exist, then again it wouldn’t be a great loss.

Speaking of idiots, let’s talk about the villains. I’m not gonna beat around the bush when I say this, but these are some of the most cartoonist villains I’ve seen in awhile. It’s pathetic how tedious they are. You wanna know they evil plan and goal? Guess, just guess:

Yep it’s money – Easily one of the worst.

If you’re looking forward for Jeff Goldblum’s return to the series and what role he will have on the story, just from the promotional material alone; well I got some bad news for you. He’s only in two scenes and the total screen time is one minute. All of it is courtroom debates. His character adds nothing to the film, just recycles dialogue from the previous films. What a waste of Goldblum.

Overall rating: While coming off as negative towards the film, it’s not bad or painfully to watch. I mean, it’s stupid fun. The ideas are present in ‘Fallen Kingdom’ for what it’s trying to set up or be, just needs a sharper execution. For those wondering about the third movie, don’t worry…

Whatever you do, avoid the “Final Trailer” – it’s 3 minutes of 1.5 seconds out of almost EVERY scene in the movie, and I’m 90% sure that’s the reason for all these low reviews. Because THIS how you do a JP movie. Franchise f**** saved \o/ I’m sure it won’t suit all tastes, but if you were put off by JP 3 or Jurassic World – just take your childhood by the hand, and let yourself trust one… more…time. (altho, avoid those frikkin spoilerific trailers . It was said of Jurassic World 1 that “Jurassic Park was ahead of its time, Jurassic World is not.” Well, Fallen Kingdom gets up, dusts itself off, and becomes the movie JW1 should have been. Throw in some moments of truly spectacular cinematography (the greatest moments of which are spoiled in all their glory in the ‘Final Trailer’) and this one is a must-see.

Compared to the first ‘world’ entry, the highs are higher, and the lows are lower, but this movie is great! It does have it’s problems, but this entry tries to get close to the original Jurassic Park in a horror/suspense kind of way, and it makes you yearn to see that develop further in the next film that will come out.

For negatives, can we get directors and writers to stop putting political jabs in non political movies? Whether I agree/disagree/don’t care about real world political statements, it pulls me out of the film every single time. Stop. Just stop. Now that that sidebar is over, Fallen Kingdom had a couple moments where I genuinely groaned or rolled my eyes, and they could have been easily avoided or done a different way. This film also suffers from a ‘are there 5 different directors?’ syndrome, because each part of the film feels completely different. Going from crawl, to action, to indiana jones esque, to super villain movie, to suspense. It’s all over the place! That being said, most of those sections were enjoyable.
One specific problem area for me was part of it’s ending being almost identical to the previous film, just to keep another sequel in the works. They could have been a bit more creative with that.

The movie itself does a good job at either not being predictable, or tricking you into thinking something will happen and it doesn’t. There is only one time early on where that fails, and it might be because it was in a preview. (Can we stop putting entire movies in the previews now?).

One thing this movie does very well is making you feel for the dinosaurs. There are a few occasions in the movie where you actually feel something for them, and the director did a good job in evoking most of those moments. The film also does a decent job bringing back suspense to the Jurassic Park world, but it doesn’t quite reach the quality or feel of the very first film.

And truly the actions and motives of many individuals have caused for the ending of this film to happen. John Hammond and Benjamin Lockwood were so curious that they wanted to create a theme park so astounding that the whole world would enjoy. But they failed to realize that the amazing technology and breakthroughs in science that they done were just starting a ticking clock of doom for mankind. Fast forward to the present day timeline in the series, Fallen Kingdom is interesting in how it shows the harsh reality that science and discovery has to offer. It brings to the forefront the interesting nature that humans have in terms of certain topics. In the film we have the two sides wanting to decide the fate of the dinosaurs, when in actuality, who are we to decide a living breathing thing’s purpose on earth? People wanted to advance technology, but also they don’t want that technology to come and turn against them. In order for something to happen, there will always be a detriment to that progression. In this film’s world, Owen and Claire have no choice but to own up to their actions of having progressed the downfall of mankind (Owen helped show that humans could train dinosaurs, whereas Claire helped fast forward the genetic possibilities by helping give the okay towards creating the Indominus Rex). Though both character’s actions and purposes towards their actions might have been for good or for non-violent reasons, they undeniably helped start the butterfly effect of what their world has become.

Also, Fallen Kingdom really touches upon author Michael Crichton’s novels. It’s interesting that the ideas of that author’s work are really being hashed out now. His questions of whether we should pursue breakthroughs in technology are really relevant in today’s world. That is why even though on the surface Fallen Kingdom seems like just a monster film, but it does offer more questions than a majority of summer blockbuster films.

The next film (Jurassic World 3?) is pretty much going to look at how humans and dinosaurs, whether both sides like it or not, must coexist. Or, it might show that one side has to go extinct. It will truly be interesting to see how that plays out. Should an all out man made extinction happen? Should humans continue to play god and literally help alter the food chain yet again? Or will dinosaurs get the best of man, reclaim the earth to really make the title Jurassic World come to fruition? And how will it be possible to coexist with these ancient creatures if humans have trouble coexisting with current day animals?

These are the things that leaving me pretty excited for the next film. For sure, there are so much things to talk about after watching this film, which is why I like the JP films. Rather than just being brainless entertainment, there are many real world issues and thoughts that are portrayed and discussed. Yes, the films are not 100% perfect, but I’d watch these films because they do try and convey topics in an entertaining way.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom left me honestly surprised which is far more than what I expected going into this. As a Summer Popcorn Blockbuster, it does it’s job well and is definitely entertaining and I’m sure many casual movie-goers will get a kick out of this, especially the kids who are dinosaur lovers. However as the fifth sequel in this franchise it also serves as a step forwards into different territory. The park is gone after this film and where the ending has left this series is really refreshing after four films which more or less repeated the same formula. The moral questions of which species is the real monster, Humans or Dinosaurs is played upon as is the title, Fallen Kingdom. At the beginning of this film it’s depicted that it is the Dinosaurs kingdom that’s falling however by the end of it, it may very well be our kingdom that is about to fall.