A ‘Jurassic Park’ film should not be this boring.
‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,’ directed by J.A. Bayona, is the newest film in the iconic Jurassic Park franchise. This film follows Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Clare Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) once again as they try to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from Isla Nublar before a volcano erupts. Joining the franchise alongside Pratt and Howard is actress Daniella Pineda, who plays Dr. Zia Rodriguez, a paleo-veterinarian whose abilities have never been tested on live dinosaurs.
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a world you want to step into more than “Ready Player One” and for one night in LA I did.
Well, here is my first review of 2017, and unfortunately, we have to start in January—the dumping grounds for films that studios know are awful, will probably not make money, and will most likely be savaged by critics like me.
The inner children in whole generations rejoice over another look at “The BFG” taking many back to their childhoods as excitement builds for the new movie venture.
Spielberg tells the tale of an unsung American hero in good fashion in “Bridge of Spies.”