Chris Pratt: As Owen, he brings down the so-called dude factor & emanates a lean-&-mean genuineness.
Justice Smith: A tech-geek who’s frightened to stay in the ditto room like a T.Rex, he is strongly appealing.
Bryce Dallas Howard: Projects an obvious concern for the antique revived creatures of God.
Rafe Spall: As Mills, he plays the bad guy, planning to sell-off the dinosaurs so that they can be made to use as soldiers by the Russians, Slovenians & few madmen.
Story: After 3 years of the ‘Jurassic World’ events, Claire & Owen decide to lead a dangerous mission to save the surviving dinosaurs from dying out.
Direction: J.A. Bayona, the director uses some new standards to instil some terror moments. What is lacking is the affectionate connect with the story.
Jurassic World-The Fallen Kingdom (2018): The movie becomes lengthy while trying to construct the climactic fight with the Indoraptor & it’s done effectively, but it’s not anything new that wasn’t seen before by the audience & when the scene arrives, one will get to realize that these kinds of movies do not impart the message of “social responsibility” instead try to show that there are monsters wanting to engulf us.
Review by Shreya Ghosh