Jurassic World: Dumpster Fire (Dominion is bad)

As a movie critic, I have seen my fair share of mediocre films, but Jurassic World: Dominion takes the cake for being one of the most underwhelming films of the year. The third installment of the Jurassic World trilogy and the sixth of the Jurassic Park franchise promised an epic conclusion to the saga but failed to deliver on every front. From the get-go, it was clear that this film was going to be a disaster.

Jurassic World: Dominion begins with a fascinating idea of dinosaurs invading the world as an invasive species. However, instead of taking this concept and running with it, the movie decides to go with a safer route by keeping the dinosaurs confined to a conveniently contained park. This is just the first of many disappointments in the film.

One of the most significant problems with Jurassic World: Dominion is its inability to live up to its own hype. The film was marketed as a grand finale to the Jurassic World trilogy, and fans were promised huge developments and a satisfying conclusion to the franchise. However, the film did little to clear the high bar set by its own marketing, leaving fans feeling unfulfilled and disappointed.

Jurassic World: Dominion tries to incorporate all the major players from the previous movies, whether it makes sense or not, and as a result, the plot becomes lifelessly convoluted to the point of gibberish. The legacy characters are reduced to mere blank sheets of paper, and the overall execution of the storyline is poorly structured and awkwardly paced. The movie feels unspeakably long, and by the time the end credits roll, you'll be wondering what the point of it all was.

In its attempt to orchestrate two bland, wholly disconnected plotlines, Jurassic World: Dominion fails to keep its audience engaged. What's more, the film awkwardly ignores the Stegosaurus in the room, leaving fans wondering why certain storylines were introduced in the first place.

To be fair, Jurassic World: Dominion may be better than the reviled Jurassic Park III, but that's not saying much. In fact, the movie may be the worst Jurassic Park movie to date, which is saying a lot considering the franchise's track record of disappointing stories. Overall, Jurassic World: Dominion is overwhelmingly mediocre and pointless. It's a weak conclusion to both new and old franchise fans, and it's a clear indication that the Jurassic Park franchise should have gone extinct a long time ago.

In conclusion, if you're a fan of the Jurassic Park franchise, I would recommend you skip this film altogether. Instead, go back and rewatch the original Jurassic Park, which still remains the best film in the franchise to date.

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