“Jurassic World: Dominion” – Conclusion of the Jurassic Trilogy
“Jurassic World: Dominion” touted as the conclusion of the Jurassic World trilogy, the story carries on as the aftermath of the 2018 “Jurassic: Fallen Kingdom.” The circumstances take place four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar, in which humans have no choice but to co-exist with the dinosaurs. The plot woven by Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly apparently didn’t sit well with critics, as it only demonstrated how the Jurassic film franchise has already run its course.
The return of the three main characters of the 1993 original Jurassic Park, namely Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern), Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neil) and Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) did’t help make the plot less incredulous than it is. Still, the critics’ overall negative score is deemed as the lowest of all Jurassic films, audience ratings were high if this Universal movie is to be judged for its entertainment value.
The storytelling aspect was good enough, and the fight scenes were exceptional but not all are sterling. The background music was excellent especially in some of the more emotional scenes.
“Jurassic World: Dominion” Plot
As all Jurassic plots go, an unscrupulous company has taken interest in getting hold of the dinosaurs and learning about the cloning technology developed by Sir Benjamin Lockwood. This time a genomic research company called Biosyn, is using the dinosaurs in conducting research and experiments to come up with groundbreaking medical solutions and applications.
It so happens that former Jurassic World employees Owen Grady played by Chris Pratt and Claire Dearing played by Bryce Dallas Howard are working for an organization known as the Dinosaur Protection Group.
The two are also protecting Maisie Lockwood, the cloned granddaughter of Sir Benjamin Lockwood. To make the storyline more interesting, Blue, Owen’s trained velociraptor gave birth to an offspring. Since Biosyn came to learn about Maisie’s and Blue’s existence, the two were spirited away to some remote location in italy. What transpires and how the events transpire during the 2 and a half hours run time is for the audience to see.