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  • AWDubay
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    I didnt see a thread ???

    But who saw this ? waht did you think ???

    I saw it and LOVED it…. I do have a soft spot for the JP franchise , but god i loved it ….

    Also to those who have seen it … Was i the only one ugly crying ?

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    I saw it this weekend. Didn’t love it. Actually my least fav of the series thus far. Beginning was great but as soon as they got to Lockwood’s creepy house of horrors (specifically Wu’s newest creation and how he was going to improve upon it and the whole thing about cloning of another kind) It fell flat. For me, I saw the writing on the wall then and there and the ending was exactly like I suspected it would be. My grade: C Also, no ugly cries from me: more like laughing at really inappropriate times….cuz at some point I became a person that roots for the dinos lol

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    AWDubay
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    I saw it this weekend. Didn’t love it. Actually my least fav of the series thus far. Beginning was great but as soon as they got to Lockwood’s creepy house of horrors (specifically Wu’s newest creation and how he was going to improve upon it and the whole thing about cloning of another kind) It fell flat. For me, I saw the writing on the wall then and there and the ending was exactly like I suspected it would be. My grade: C Also, no ugly cries from me: more like laughing at really inappropriate times….cuz at some point I became a person that roots for the dinos lol

    Damn …. I really did enjoy it .. I felt like the action was good, they didnt waste alot of time with the set up , the new characters with Claire were nice, the villans were a bit hollow. I wast surprised by anything , and enjoy a good dino eating . i think Chris and Dallas have great chemistry and work well together.

    Visually all the dinos look great, Yea the whole wu thing is a bit like meh ….

    when all the dinos started dying during the volcano was when i started crying and didnt stop until they reached Lockwood house.

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    David Michael C. Lopez
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    It will hopefully win an Oscar for Best Visual Effects.

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    That brachiosaurus scene…

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    AWDubay
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    That brachiosaurus scene…

    Gurl i was ugly sobbing … like fucking marley and me up in here

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    WildforFilm
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    Realllllly bland sequel. Nothing new or exciting and the film felt like it went on for 3 hours. Not to mentioned the cheesy dialogue and abundant amount of unrealistic human scenes (I can suspend disbelief for the dinosaurs), but really, you’re telling me the IT guy is throw into the air by an explosion, crushes his legs while landing, and is still able to get up and run perfectly fine??? It completely took me out of the moment.

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    That brachiosaurus scene…

    Gurl i was ugly sobbing … like fucking marley and me up in here

    I am the same. When I see animals dying Viola Davis snot crying has nothing on me. During that Marley & Me scene I was crying so hard I couldn’t catch my breath, snots were running down my face, it was really ugly to watch. And when they showed that brachiosaurus standing alone waiting for his death I lost it completely. The worst thing I was sobbing really loud. It was the last time I went to theater to see animal movie. No Dumbo for me.

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    AWDubay
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    That brachiosaurus scene…

    Gurl i was ugly sobbing … like fucking marley and me up in here

    I am the same. When I see animals dying Viola Davis snot crying has nothing on me. During that Marley & Me scene I was crying so hard I couldn’t catch my breath, snots were running down my face, it was really ugly to watch. And when they showed that brachiosaurus standing alone waiting for his death I lost it completely. The worst thing I was sobbing really loud. It was the last time I went to theater to see animal movie. No Dumbo for me.

    i was sobbing ….I cried untill they got to lockwoods place and not like cute crying … ranking sobs ….i mean i cried on Saturday while reading a brouchure for a senior adoption place for dogs

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    My two cents…

    I would say the thrill is gone but, let’s be honest, there hasn’t been a whole lot of movie magic in the Jurassic Park franchise since Sam Neill, Laura Dern and a dynamite supporting cast had a field day 25 years ago.

    The Lost World: Jurassic Park is perhaps the worst of all Steven Spielberg-directed pictures (at least 1941 is an ambitious failure), while I kinda-sorta get a kick out of Jurassic Park 3 and Jurassic World for low-brow thrills. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the latest entry in this increasingly ear-piercing franchise, operates at roughly the same middling level as those two latter films. If hardly a snooze, there’s not a hint of inspiration to be found.

    Less a family-friendly adventure than an unhinged monster movie, director J.A. Bayona veers the series into a more cataclysmic, violent direction and the results are only intermittently diverting.

    It’s been three years since the ferocious chaos over at the Jurassic World theme park, which has left abandoned the island of Isla Nublar. Stateside, Congress is debating whether the remaining dinosaurs on the island should be rescued from an imminent volcanic eruption. Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), the park’s former operations manager, has spearheaded a non-profit organization dedicated to saving reptiles and, when the government ultimately passes on such a mission, she is recruited by Benjamin Lockwood (James Cromwell), a former colleague of John Hammond’s (Richard Attenborough), to embark on an expedition to move the dinosaurs to a new island sanctuary.

    Concerned Blue, the last remaining Velociraptor, will be difficult to locate, Claire convinces Owen Grady (Chris Pratt), Blue’s former trainer, to join her and the crew on the mission. Upon arrival on Isla Nublar, things don’t go quite as expected for Claire and Owen, who are greeted by a by a savage crew of mercenaries with more monetary intentions in mind. They’ve been hired by Eli Mills (Rafe Spall), Lockwood’s malicious assistant, to sedate and capture the dinosaurs and bring them back to the states for auction.

    That volcano, no surprise, does erupt, but not before a handful of the reptiles have been captured and voyaged back to the U.S. Claire and Owen sneak their way back to the Lockwood estate, which, before long, becomes a house of horrors, as the latest genetically engineered dinosaur, the Indoraptor, escapes and has no hesitation to inflict carnage on everything and everyone in its path.

    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom offers no shortage of stimulating set pieces but even its best sequences feel familiar and devoid of real imagination. Where Howard is stronger here than the first time around, Pratt looks bored, this screenplay not providing him the same opportunity as the first to constantly charm and quip his way through the proceedings. The supporting cast is uniformly underused, the most egregious instance being the great Geraldine Chaplin, relegated to the most underwritten of roles.

    If not the abomination of The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom still mostly underwhelms and, more than ever, calls into question the sustainability of this flimsy franchise.

    B-

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    It will hopefully win an Oscar for Best Visual Effects.

    That’s never going to happen. Ready Player One probably already has it sewn up.

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    AWDubay
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    For me i get that the “magic” is not there … but i would rather watch this another Marvel movie … or god forbid another Zac Snyder DC movie …

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    I thought the movie was really bad. A lot stupid decisions made in this film by the characters who should have known based on the previous movies not to make that decision. The Script was poor and the film felt like it dragged on for three hours specifically for the long climax of the film. The twist was dumb and it didn’t give the audience time to digest the information which was bad on part of the script. The Franklin and Zia characters were so annoying and unnecessary, as they did nothing to serve the plot. However I thought the visual effects were good.

    4/10

    PS mad about the lack of Jeff Goldblum

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    BenitoDelicias
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    One of the worst films of the year. Trailers didn’t disappoint, they were as bad as the film. They did a good job portraying how lame it was gonna be.

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