I watched the extended version of the film.
Short and sweet review: they tried to do too much in one movie, but the dinosaurs were cool.
A lot of the plot threads felt rushed, and some of what people didn't notice/didn't see was just plain implausible even for a fantasy movie about genetically engineered dinosaurs.
I enjoyed the human elements, and I enjoyed that a lot of old threads from previous movies were (finally) wrapped up, though the dialogue also wasn't as memorable/entertaining as previous films' writing had been, and, again, a bunch of it felt like it was shoved into the film as references/call-backs to the previous installments in the series. Certain poses from the actors, certain lines, expressions, entire scenes.
That said, I watched the movie because I wanted to see fancy dinosaurs doing dinosaur things, and they had many new fancy dinosaurs for me to enjoy watching. The movie had more human action than dinosaur action, but on the bright(?) side, because so much was getting crammed into it, the pacing never really had a chance to get a lull.
Would I watch it again? Eh. Sure. Would I pick it over others in the franchise? No.
Kid-wise, there wasn't much gratuitous bloody visible death happening on screen, so if you're worried about it being too scary/gory, I'd say this one is fairly low on that scale. However... There was so much "grown-ups being grown-ups with issues" going on that I don't think it would hold attention spans too well, unless the kid liked that stuff.