Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review, The Dinosaurs Are Finally Free from Their Gardens


Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom is the sequel to the first film, Jurassic World. Returned by Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, the film is set 4 years after Prehistoric Park closed. A disaster struck the ancient creatures at that time, Owen and Claire had to return to Isla Nublar.

Produced by Universal Pictures and several other production houses, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom premieres on June 6 in Indonesian cinemas. Come on, watch the film at your nearest cinema and be the first to experience the excitement of this film.

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Review
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Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Graphics (95/100)

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom presents very stunning graphics. Of course, the ancient creatures and the park where the dinosaurs are in this film are pure CGI effects, but our eyes seem to see the real thing. Some scenes look very clean, the scene in Isla Nublar is the author’s favorite scene. Especially when a volcanic mountain explodes, throwing flint and lava. A dinosaur rescue team consisting of Claire, Owen, and Franklin running hand in hand with the dinos. And the T-Rex comes and roars like in the trailer.

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom (86/100) storyline

The storyline presented in the second Jurassic World film is indeed darker. When the rescue team left Isla Nublar on fire with the dinosaurs inside it was very emotional (maybe you could shed some tears). But from the start, the story is very simple and the climax also feels too mainstream. There is an antagonist causing a riot and the protagonists finish it. Even so, there are scenes that can make the audience tense and sometimes jumpscare.

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Characters (83/100)
In this film, writer Bryce D. Howard is a key character. It all started with her character, Claire and ended by her as well. Unlike his role in Jurassic World 1, here he looks more soulful with a load on his shoulders. No longer in high heels, he freely does the work of saving dinosaurs.

Then there’s Chris Pratt, Owen joins the team to save Blue, his last remaining Velociraptor. As an ‘animal controller’, Owen is very good at playing his role. In some scenes, he makes light jokes so that the audience can relax their adrenaline for a moment.

The antagonist in this film is Rafe Spall with the role of Eli Mills, he intends to sell recreated fighting-type dinosaurs with Dr. Henry Wu (BD Wong), besides Ken Wheatley (Ted Levine) is also very annoying.

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom (90/100) Music
The audio for this film is very powerful, the music is very supportive of every scene. When the scene is tense, the music that is played is very appropriate. Likewise, during emotional scenes, it makes the audience feel like they are Claire and Owen. Jurassic World 2 doesn’t sound like a soundtrack, but the original score for this film is great!