Four years after Isla Nublar was destroyed, dinosaurs now live—and hunt—alongside humans all over the world. This fragile balance will reshape the future and determine, once and for all, whether human beings are to remain the apex predators on a planet they now share with history’s most fearsome creatures.
ActorsStarring: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill, DeWanda Wise, Mamoudou Athie, Isabella Sermon, Campbell Scott, BD Wong, Omar Sy, Justice Smith, Daniella Pineda, Scott Haze, Dichen Lachman, Caleb Hearon, Kristoffer Polaha, Freya Parker, Alexander Owen, Joel Elferink, Elva Trill, Lillia Langley, Glynis Davies, Dimitri Vegas, Adam Kiani, Enzo Squillino Jr., Bastian Antonio Fuentes, Bernardo Santos, Ross Donnelly, Manuela Mora, Teresa Cendon-Garcia, Metin Hassan, Cokey Falkow, Jasmine Chiu, Emilie Jumeaux, Eleanor Tata, Lynn Hunter, Cathleen Summers, Patrick Loungway, Michael Bendib, Ahir Shah
Owen and the crew are back in the final installment of Jurassic World. In this film, dinosaurs now live among all the rest of the world. However, BioSyn has been given the responsibility of providing a place to bring the dinosaurs to so they could be safe. However, BioSyn has also been making a dangerous species of locusts who will devour all plant life that is not provided by BioSyn, giving them complete control over the food supply for the entire world.
Ellie Sattler and Alan Grant reunite to help prove that BioSyn is behind the dangerous locusts, and together they meet with Dr. Ian Malcolm to put an end to this species. Meanwhile, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing try to protect Maisie Lockwood from being discovered by others who want her since she is a perfect clone of her mother, Charlotte Lockwood.
Will Alan and Ellie be able to prove BioSyn is behind this evil conspiracy, or is all human life in danger? And is Maisie Lockwood safe from others who are looking for her? The conclusion of Jurassic World will tell us exactly how it all pans out.
Alan Grant wants to help Ellie find the evidence she needs because he cares about her. They aren’t romantically involved in the beginning but he cares about his friend and does not anything to happen to her. We see him doing his best to protect her and being a good friend which is really good to see. In the end they begin to fall in love with each other in a respectable way.
Owen and Claire devote their lives to taking care of Maisie. Maisie does not realize what she is and therefore is very rebellious but throughout the film she learns that she is a clone of her mother and she realizes why she is so important and understands why Owen and Claire want to protect her. They do their best and even sacrifice their lives for her.
Kayla has no business in the whole conflict so when she first sees the conflict starting she just minds her own business but later on her conscience gets the better of her and she helps them resolve the conflict.
There is a lot of violent content in this film. Since this movie is about dinosaurs, we see a lot of dinosaurs fighting each other and causing havoc. We see one scene in which two huge dinosaurs attack each other and one gets stabbed by claws. We also see dinosaurs eat animals and humans. Sometimes they eat peoples heads off or limbs, and it is quite graphic. This is incredibly violent and deserves the PG-13 rating. We also see some animals get hit with a taser as well as some people. Guns are fired and explosions are seen.
Charlotte Lockwood and Blue, the Raptor, are said to be asexual, which means they are able to reproduce on their own. This is discussed in one scene saying that Charlotte had Maisie by herself and Blue had Beta by herself as well. Kayla says to Owen when they are looking for Claire that she likes redheads to. I’m not sure if this is meant to be a gay comment or if it just means she likes people with red hair, so do with this what you will. We also see some women wear shirts that show some cleavage. Maisie asks Alan and Ellie if they have any kids, and Alan quickly says no.
We hear a lot of evolution in this film and how animals have been here longer than us and that the earth has been around for 65 million years. This film clearly believes in evolution.
The language in this film has about 3 uses of the s words and we hear the Lord’s name misused a few times. We also hear “b-st-rd,” the d word, the h word, and one use of “c-ck.” The middle finger is used a few times.
This was a great conclusion to Jurassic World in my opinion. We see everyone gets a happy ending and the dinosaurs are able to live with humans side by side. It’s great to see friends care about each other and save the world.
Some of the sexual content seems to be a little hard to determine if its meant to be woke or not. I don’t know how I feel about Charlotte and Blue being asexual. I also don’t know how to interpret Kayla’s comment about redheads, but it’s up to the viewer to interpret it.
The violence content is something to really consider when watching this film as it is intense as well. It alone makes it deserve a PG-13 rating.
Will the team be able to prove BioSyn’s conspiracy? And will they be able to protect Maisie from them as well? And what will happen to the dinosaurs? Are they destined to to take over the world or will humans dominate? This film has a lot of twists and turns that will make it well worth your time to watch. I highly recommend this film to any Jurassic Park or dinosaur fan. Let us know your comments below!
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