Jurassic World Dominion

critic Reviews

, 29% Rotten Tomatometer Score
  • Jurassic World Dominion might be a bit of an improvement over its immediate predecessors in some respects, but this franchise has lumbered a long way down from its classic start.
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    Stephen RomeiThe Australian
    Goldblum aside, it's hard not to feel that the warm-blooded actors are phoning it in a bit.
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    Todd GilchristAV Club
    Dominion answers the question "What if dinosaurs became so commonplace they were no longer exciting?" by making even the most unique dinosaur encounters so routine and uninspiring that even the people involved cannot muster enthusiasm to be frightened.
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    Adam Mullins-KhatibChicago Reader
    While there’s never really a sense of true danger for our heroes, we get just enough of the range of CGI dinosaurs and their weird traits to keep the film entertaining.
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    Wenlei MaNews.com.au
    Jurassic World Dominion is an aggressively fine and mostly enjoyable romp that does some things well and others things less so. It’s the epitome of just OK.
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    Mark KermodeObserver (UK)
    Ho hum.
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    Steven D. GreydanusCatholic World Report
    For a while it seems ‘Dominion’ wants to be the franchise’s ‘Mission: Impossible.’ Instead, it’s the anti–‘Top Gun: Maverick’.
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    Sarah VincentSarah G Vincent Views
    “Jurassic World: Dominion” does a good job of finding a reason to introduce the “Jurassic World” regulars to the “Jurassic Park” regulars. The biggest surprise is that Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) is finally memorable in this installment.
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    Lee ZumpeTampa Bay Newspapers
    After a slow and choppy start, the action picks up to a brisk pace and is unrelenting straight through to the final — somewhat sappy — montage.
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    Christian EulinbergInSession Film
    I have always admired the sense of urgency and danger this franchise was able to bring to the table. Unfortunately this uninspired sequel has overstayed its welcome due to its overdrawn runtime.
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    Rick BentleyKGET-TV (Bakersfield, CA)
    This latest offering in the franchise is a painful failure. Gone is all of the magic of the original movie having been replaced by a convoluted story, tired characters and a technology that now seems archaic.
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