The Angels. Almost 30 years after the premiere of “Jurassic Park” (Steven Spielberg), the mythical saga returns with the last installment of its second trilogy, “Jurassic World: Dominion”, in which Laura Dern and Sam Neill are back to save the world from the unprecedented ecological impact of releasing genetically modified dinosaurs.
The film is directed by Colin Trevorrow, as well as the sixth and final installment in the Jurassic Park franchise and the third film in the Jurassic World series, which began in 2015.
Jurassic World: Dominion, which is already capturing the attention of the general public with its arrival on the big screen, It is written by Emily Carmichael and Colin Trevorrow, and directed by Trevorrow himself. This film is the culmination of the Jurassic World universe, which began in 2015 and continued with less success the legacy and the high expectations that “Jurassic Park” had left behind.
It is a production in which the nostalgia of the first-time fans of the franchise back in 1993 merges with a dystopia that is sometimes difficult to assimilate.
Although, really the main attraction of the film is to see again on screen some of the actors who joined the cast of Jurassic Park in 1993. Specifically, the pair of paleontologists made up of Laura Dern (Ellie Satler in the film) and Sam Neill (Alan Grant), as well as Jeff Goldblum (Ian Malcom). All seasoned with, yes, avant-garde special effects that crystallize in a film in which the action and adventure do not stop during its 146-minute run.
In an interview given to Efe prior to the premiere, actress Bryce Dallas Howard (Claire Dearing) stated that Jurassic World: Dominion describes “a dangerous world that we had not seen before”. “What happens when technology falls into the wrong hands?” asked the Californian interpreter who since 2015 has been immersed in the “Jurassic World” universe, also participating in video games of this franchise.
And it is that, after unexpected twists and turns around the world, the protagonists of this film will end up immersed in endless dalliances with death from the headquarters of the company Biosyn, located in the mountainous massif of the Dolomites (Italy).
The headquarters from which this company dedicated to genetic engineering, and with a murky history also related to food safety, experiments with its own dinosaur sanctuary.
“In other installments we saw humans blowing up dinosaurs and many dinosaurs eating people, but now it’s different; we are in a context where we have to survive together against the effects of genetic technology”, detailed Dallas Howard.
The theme of coexistence, with more or less difficulty, between these creatures and humans is one of the main axes of a production showcasing dinosaurs in cities, towns, and rural settings around the world.
“It is no longer a theme park with dinosaurs but a world totally affected by them,” actor Chris Pratt (Owen Grady) explained to Efe.
In addition, Pratt added that this film resembles “a James Bond production” because you can go “from a desert in the mountains to being in Malta or other continents” in a matter of seconds. And he could not define it better because, just a few years after the dinosaurs escaped and spread throughout the world in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, there is even a black market that trades with them, which transports the viewer’s imagination to a sort of of global dystopia.
With plots that strike a chord with the most loyal fans of the saga, a good dose of special effects and delve into the consequences of genetic engineering, Jurassic World: Dominion tries to captivate viewers in its premiere so that they come this weekend to movie theaters.
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Jurassic World: Dominion (Universal Pictures) is expected to arrive on the Peacok digital platform on October 10, although it is yet to be defined if it will be available equally in all countries where this video-on-demand service is present.
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