A bit of a Roarrrsome return
This was some very clever writing; combining Jurassic Park and Jurassic World cast in the latest franchise epic, without anyone needing to fight for the spotlight allowed the real stars (the dinosaurs) to fight it out big time!
With the return of our original Dino experts there’s a real feel of closure to the series. We discover where our Jurassic park experts have been, how the park changed their lives and obviously Sharing in their adrenalin as they come face to face with bigger more fearsome genetic deviants than that first glimpse all those years ago.
Dominion has been gifted with some more modern themes, leading by example on the acceptance, adaption, tolerance, and a heavy dose of warning on the destructive capabilities of humans that are also true of the real world sans dinosaurs.
Jurassic Park Dominion is safe for the easily scared and jumpy viewers; it relies heavily on a strong story line with as always crisp elements of humour and as all the Jurassic films have done, humanising dinosaur characteristics leaves them attached to a special place in our hearts. (Though pretty sure I still wouldn’t approach a t-Rex should I ever cross paths with one)
Kept me entertained, easy watching, if you are a dinosaur fan you’ll love it, if not, it’s still worth a watch.