Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Trailer Fails To Impress



The trailer for the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is finally out and it’s a fallen kingdom indeed. Set after the events of Jurassic World, Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) are back. Unlike the prequel, the latest installment offers something that we haven’t yet seen in any of the Jurassic Park parts.

Most Jurassic Park movies have been survival movies. The protagonist find themselves lost in an island flooded with Dinosaurs with minimal escape routes. This movie however brings in a different concept. This time its not about leaving the island alone but exiting it with the dinosaurs.

It seems like the island chosen by the original Jurassic World owner failed to take into consideration the volcano that was there. The volcano is now active, and the dinosaurs are at the threat of extinction once again. Our heroes go back to the Island to save these dinosaurs.

The trailer shows us the Jurassic World island which is in a mess. The dinosaurs have bred, and their population has grown in large numbers. Owen and Claire have a massive task at their disposal to evacuate all of these species elsewhere. Moreover, while the herbivores can be taken care of, the carnivores would be the brunt of the problem. Handling a T-Rex won’t be an easy task.

We believe that Owen will utilize his dino-interaction skills in this movie. In the last film Owen was shown as a specialist in managing the velociraptor. In this installment he might be able to broaden his skill set and be able to communicate with the dinosaurs.

From the looks of it, the story seems quite weak. Saving dinosaurs looks like quite a monumental task and we aren’t really able to grasp with the idea of how everything can be so easily relied on two individuals. Moreover, even if the beasts are transported, how would they ensure that the other human or wildlife population is safe.

For those of you who missed the trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom you can watch it down below and come to your own conclusions