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This movie generates so much debate as to determine Fallen Kingdom is either the worst or the best movie of the saga, that it was a natural choice as subject of my first review on IMDB.
The main challenge of Fallen Kingdom was to find a plausible reason for characters to get the stupid idea of returning to the island. Not only Bayona developed that in a smart way, but he achieved quite efficiently to move on from a déjà vu plot to bring his own view on how a Jurassic movie should be. And damn, I wish we never came back to Isla Sorna, Isla Nublar, or any other island from now on.
This movie proposes new characters and plot developments, brings new perspectives to the jurassic park saga in such a way that we leave the present movie with more questions than answers.
Juan Antonio Bayona's direction and photography is by far the most artistic of all Jurassic Movies and he has achieved to bring horror movies standards to a film with dinos, something I never expected to be so enjoyable.
Although the screenplay is too predictable and suffer inconsistencies and irregular rhythm, I have really enjoyed how Bayona is able to generate many tensions, something I though only Spielberg was able to create with dinosaurs. I am not easily impressed, I just remember how I was shivering and feeling stressful when I first watched iconic scenes such as the appearance of the T-Rex in the first movie, and the rescue of the baby T-Rex by its parents in the Lost World. Well, I got that feeling in Fallen Kingdom, not only once, but several times in one single movie.
Fallen Kingdom is really an excellent entertaining movie, as long as you watch it with an open mind.
Lots of watchers give bad review complaining that it's not Jurassic Park anymore, but what do they expect, really ? Just pick up a DVD so that you can keep watching a movie you enjoyed.
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