‘Jurassic World Dominion’ director didn’t want to make a fantasy where ‘people get chomped’, which explains a lot – We Got This Covered June 11, 2022

I saw this today on We Got This Covered – ‘Jurassic World Dominion’ director didn’t want to make a fantasy where ‘people get chomped’, which explains a lot: https://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/jurassic-world-dominion-director-didnt-want-to-make-a-fantasy-where-people-get-chomped-which-explains-a-lot/. Longer article.

Scott Campbell Jun 11, 2022

Based on the wildly polarizing reactions, fans are getting a lot more enjoyment out of Jurassic World Dominion than critics, with the latter party continuing to blast the potentially final entry in the franchise.

The movie’s Rotten Tomatoes score has no dropped to an alarmingly low 31 percent, but the user rating holds firm at a robust 80 percent, so the disconnect is there for all to see. Dominion might boast plenty of fan service, nostalgia, Easter Eggs, and blockbuster spectacle, but the story often moves at a pace that could generously be described as glacial.

The majority of Sam Neill and Laura Dern’s arc finds them dealing with locusts instead of dinosaurs, while Jeff Goldblum snarks at corporate honchos for most of this screentime, at least until the third act. It can be very boring at times, but director Colin Trevorrow admitted to IndieWire that he didn’t want to make a balls-to-the-wall fantasy flick that had nothing to say.


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