Jurassic World Dominion: Review

Bow Lester from Windemere School has spent the past week on work experience with us here at Brewery Arts. Bow wrote a review of Jurassic World Dominion, now showing in our cinemas. Check it out below.

Published 24 June 2022

Jurassic World Dominion is the finale of two decades worth of action. As dinosaurs now roam the earth, humans are under pressure as dinosaurs might now be the new apex predator. The cast reunites with worries that Biosyn, a Company which is praised for its work protecting dinosaurs has an evil plan to cause economic collapse while Owen Grady played by Chris Pratt, and Claire Dearing played by Bryce Dallas Howard, are worried that their recently adopted daughter is at risk of being kidnapped.

As fans line up to see the last movie of the franchise, there are large expectations for Jurassic World Dominion to be a hit. After watching the movie there are certainly some improvements over its predecessors. The CGI has definitely improved over the years and Jurassic World Dominion is a great example of making your audience feel immersed which makes it realistic for the fans watching.

Jurassic World Dominion brings you straight into the action and if you are looking for a film that brings fun – this is it. With two and a half hours pact full of adventure and danger, this is a great movie for not only super fans of Jurassic World, but for the family and children. While I was watching the film, there was a row of primary school students and you could hear their excitement as they whispered amongst their peers.

As it is the last movie from the large franchise it is nostalgic for fans who have been watching since the first movie came out in 1993. Jurassic World Dominion is aesthetically pleasing for its soundtrack, CGI and acting. For the final it is quite a satisfying ending for the franchise. Leaving audiences walking away happy as a result.

You can book tickets for Jurassic World Dominion here.

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