Haiku Review – Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Written by Derek Connolly and Colin Trevorrow
Directed by J.A. Bayona


On the brink of an extinction level event, Owen and Claire attempt a rescue mission to save the dinosaurs on Isla Nublar.


Trailer Shows Too Much;
Absolutely Skippable;
Theater or Bust.


Watch in Theater Immediately
Pickup at Redbox/Rent Digitally
Stream on Netflix/Watch on Cable
**Don’t Waste Your Time**


If you’re at all interested in the spectacle of dinosaurs on the big screen, go see this movie. If you have MoviePass, go see this movie. If you’re at all on the fence about it…there are better things to do. The thing that bugged me most about this movie is that I knew it was only going to be the spectacle that I was looking forward to, but figured the load wasn’t blown in the lone trailer I saw. But, yes, it was! There were many amazing shots spoiled in the trailer, on my television at home, that would have blown my mind seeing them for the first time on the big screen. This movie was not awful, I did enjoy myself a decent amount… this movie simply felt hollow. There were moments of the film that felt very “throwback” which I enjoyed, but they were few and far between. Anyone interested doesn’t need a review to tell them to see this movie in the theater, so for the rest of you…seriously, don’t waste your time.

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