Jurassic World Dominion - Extended Version

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The colossal adventure of Jurassic World Dominion gets even bigger in the Extended Version, which adds more dinosaurs, more action and exclusive new scenes to the film.
Colin Trevorrow
Chris PrattBryce Dallas HowardLaura Dern
SuspenseScience FictionAdventureAction
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Jeff GoldblumSam NeillDeWanda WiseMamoudou AthieBD WongOmar Sy
Steven SpielbergFrank MarshallPatrick Crowley
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4.7 out of 5 stars

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dksdgmReviewed in the United States on March 2, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
There's just something about dinosaurs eating people after I've had a frustrating day that just makes me fell better!!!
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Fun flik with good production values. There's just something about dinosaurs eating people after I've had a frustrating day that just makes me feel better! Watched it with someone who argued it was "too predictable" but this far into the franchise I don't think any of us are watching it cause we're expecting big plot twists. We want to see some realistic looking dinosaurs eating people!!! And that's what we get here!!! Plus some added really nice eye candy in the form of the male lead. Very nice. Hot guy, dinosaurs eating people, guy is smart and sexy, dinosaurs are eating people, guy is brave and courageous, dinosaurs are eating people... yup, great movie!!!
165 people found this helpful
Joel DaltonReviewed in the United States on July 13, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great movie with lots of homages to the original.
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I really liked this movie. None of them will ever be as good as the first one, though. Still, this was a solid movie that pays a lot of homage to the original. There are lots of easter eggs for fans of the original movie. There is plenty of action and it does a good job of entertaining old fans and bringing new fans up to speed on the dangers of creating a dinosaur theme park.

I really didn't know how I felt about the new direction of the plot at first, but I'm made my peace with it. Basically, it centers around the old idea that humans will exploit something that should be wondrous and special for personal and financial gain. Also, the old adage about when anything new is created the first thing some people ask is how can it be used for war.

After watching the second movie in the new arc, I've come to like it a little better. Also, since I heard what they're planning for the series. They're opening the world and trying to get away from just retelling the same story with new characters. While I loved the original and want to see more of it, and I'm sure many of you do too, I also understand that we'd eventually get tired of it and we'd be comparing it to the originals and they wouldn't hold up.

What I am really worried about is them leaving the island. My least favorite part of the entire franchise is in the second movie where they take a few dinos to LA. I loved the first part on the island where they're in the wild, but not when they're in the city. It just turned into godzilla at that point. So I hope they handle that aspect better, going forward. I see a few possibilities that i'd love to see explored.

This is a good movie, though, that I think new and old fans alike can enjoy.
27 people found this helpful
Karen J. Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
Great movie except for the "star".
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This movie would have received a five-star review from me had it not been for whoever made the horrible decision to put Bryce Howard into it. She is ridiculous because she cannot act to save her life! She should have been the first to go, given the greed-driven mentality and cold personality towards her family.To work in a DINOSAUR park and to be constantly on the move, whether it be in a helicopter or what, it is "jumping the shark" to think that I viewers are supposed to believe that this woman wears a dress and HEELS all day. Let's not forget that she outran a T-Rex in heels! Completely laughable. And throughout the entire day and night of running through rough ground, her heels never gave out. It takes away form the movie so much. Would have been a better movie without her. Her hair and makeup are always perfect and she is as white as a ghost. It's as if she belongs in a completely different genre of movie, like an office setting in a metropolitan area, not a jungle island! Unfortunately, the insanity of this decision overshadowed most of the other characters for me, such as Owen Grady. No man who's personality is such, would EVER be attracted to an idiot like Claire.Another "jumping the shark". scenario. No sequel could ever be as good as the original, ALTHOUGH, the same type of mistake was made in the first movie by putting Laura Dern in it, another "actress" who made it because of her father. When she said "Run!" to Sam Neill, I literally cringed. Sometimes miscasting ruins a movie for me. I appreciate the CGI and the stories so I still enjoy the movies but the women in them are just awful. why does every director feel compelled to insert a woman into every story? One of my favorite movies was "Top Gun", yet I thought that the woman added nothing to it. To me, the movie was about "brotherhood" and male camaraderie. Adding a "love interest" did nothing for it, in my opinion. Think about it for a moment. Remove Kelly McGillis and the movie is just as good. I thought she actually "lessened" the impact of the camaraderie theme.
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TXMagsReviewed in the United States on October 6, 2022
1.0 out of 5 stars
Shoulda called it Jurassic World 3
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Wife saw this was for rent on amazon and said she really wanted to rent it. I said "OK wife, lets do it!" So we did. But it sucked.

First off, I didn't know until the end of the movie that this was Jurassic World 3. I've only seen Jurassic World 1, I didn't know there was a second. I thought this was the sequel to the original Jurassic World movie. So I was pretty confused that all of a sudden there are dinosaurs running around cities and Andy Dwyer is lassoing them in the mountains and sticking his hand in their face trying to get it bit off. Not much backstory to get me caught up either. So, first gripe - it sucks as a stand alone film. Don't bother watching if you haven't seen the others.

Next, is the obvious messaging being jammed down your throat. Climate change, big corporations are bad, yada yada yada. Look, I get that the world has problems. But I watch movies so that, just for an hour or two, I don't have to think about the rivers drying up or a wildfire engulfing my house (unless it's one of those kinds of movies). Just show me a Dilophosaurus killing Newman. I don't need a lecture about how man cannot control nature without dire consequences (except to stop climate change, of course). And seriously, the big corporation is so evil it's actually called Biosyn (emphasis on the "SIN"). C'mon, we're not idiots.

Last for gripes, it just sucks. The plot is thin as an onion peel and the characters are weak. The plot mainly consist of boring dialogue and walking around then...BIG PROBLEM! Slow moving dino is now watching someone or breathing on them or something. Dino gives chase, oh no! They barely escape, but they always escape. Rinse and repeat for two and a half hours.

For positives: The acting mostly good, Goldblum is Goldblum. CGI/special effects were mostly good. Some of the animatronics look like toys and some of the CGI has that uncanny "just looks off" look - about what you'd expect from a movie this expensive. That's it.
4 people found this helpful
Kimberly JoyReviewed in the United States on September 19, 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
Not as good as other J.Park/World films, but not bad
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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.

Longer review:
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.
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Deborah Ann GarciaReviewed in the United States on June 19, 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Better than I remembered.
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I used to think this was a trashy movie. Now this seems like a masterpiece compared to it's sequels. It's still not the original, but all the references are there. They also did a decent job with the Indominus Rex: It's so cool that the movie starts with it's hatching, and that you have to catch the context clues to figure it out. The CGI was actually the best out of all 6 movies IMO. This was the only Jurassic World movie to properly show dinosaurs on a massive scale.

It's the same story as all the other movies, but I actually think it was handled well. They managed to give it a similar feel as the original, while adhering the plot to be more action/adventure oriented. There is actually some character development, which feels like a breath of fresh air in 2022.

The dialogue was pretty witty at times, and they did a good job of giving Jurassic World lots of lore in the background. The cinematography was super good. Overall I actually recommend this movie. Maybe my standards have really dropped lol, but I really do think this movie deserves a spot in the Jurassic Park franchise.
2 people found this helpful
California CustomerReviewed in the United States on October 1, 2022
1.0 out of 5 stars
Tired & Derivative - Time to Put This Franchise Out to Pasture
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Sadly, a tired and derivative flick that feels like 3~4 movies stitched together by a marketing department committee.

Everything, from characters to plot, feels contrived and thrown together . . . .

Michael Crichton's original book (and the first series of Jurassic Park movies) balanced "what if" speculation with science in an entertaining but still somewhat plausible manner. There was a solid narrative arc & character development. And they managed to sneak in interesting points about ecology, ethics & scientific responsibility, and law of unintended consequences.

Jurassic World Dominion only pays lip service to the elements that made the original movies entertaining *and* meaningful: All the characters are re-heated leftovers from the original movies. There's no character development. The plot consists of a series of special effects action scenes thrown together & triggered at what feels like pre-set intervals.

It's like taking your mom's chicken soup, and replacing it with a canned version loaded with artificial flaforing without any of the nutrition . . . .
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JJCEOReviewed in the United States on August 7, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
A good film with very good special effects!
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We watch films for entertainment and I found this movie to be entertaining and fun. The dinosaur special effects were simply amazing. I liked the storyline and despite some of the silliness in the film I enjoyed watching it.

I liked the fact that the movie came with a BluRay disc, a DVD disc and a digital copy. I love to use the digital copy and I stream it to a high resolution digital projector into a 12 foot diagonal picture. Backed up with a 7 channel stereo system the movie seems like you are watching it at the theatre.

The BluRay picture and the audio track were just excellent. I liked that the film was constant action and people were fighting to survive. Like most movie series you don’t get the wow factor like you did in the first film. This is still a very good film and I rated it at 4 stars. Had it been the first film, with the expected first impression wow factor, it would probably have been a 5 star rating.

It is a good film and worth owning to have in your video library.
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