Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

A new instalment to the Jurassic Park franchise, and a sequel to Jurassic World, you do not want to get yourself too much involved on those dinosaurs since “One Million Years B.C.”. Since the naked dawn of man, to how they fought against the dinosaurs and prehistoric mammals in the ice age, there have been historic destructions. For example, the island of Atlantis. From its early weaponry, slavery, and culture to their doomsday, everything that they did were driven to the bottom of the sea. And was never found again. Another example was Pompeii, close to Mt. Vesuvius in Italy. As you might’ve known that in your history books, the Italians during the time of the Roman Empire, have had a blast as Vesuvius likes it hot. What about Jurassic Park and Jurassic World? They did found dinosaur DNA from those prehistoric mosquitoes. However from a shutdown incident, and an abomination to letting the cloned dinosaurs to run loose, Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna, two islands, 300 miles off the cost of Costa Rica, have been a sanctuary to those dinosaurs until today. No one in that movie had spoken of what happened to Isla Sorna. For how “The Lost World: Jurassic World” and “Jurassic Park III” took place. Isla Nublar however, for where “Jurassic Park” and “Jurassic World” took place, was brought to destruction since Atlantis and Pompeii. Seismologists, had found this out near Costa Rica. A volcano was finally born on the Isla Nublar. With that volcano eruption, it’ll bring some of the dinosaurs to the bottom of the sea, and wipe out the ones on land mostly off the face of the Earth. Some people mostly want the dinosaurs to die, while dinosaur lovers like protestors were nuts about saving them. They weren’t suppose to be doing this. Otherwise, those dinosaurs will cause mayhem and destruction since Peter Jackson’s awkward version of “King Kong”. So they kidnapped the very last Velociraptor, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Parasaurolophus, Mosasaurus, and eight more dinosaur species on Isla Nublar’s doomsday. They were being like those guys in “Casualties of War”, until that island had became a volcanic wasteland with the park gone forever. Never again, we would see Isla Nublar and those two parks that they did. By the time the dinosaurs were brought to an estate in California, USA by cargo ship and its kidnappers, their worse idea that the humans did, was by auctioning the dinosaurs to investors from the countries of Earth. Using them for their bio-weapons divisions. Until they showed their horrifying organism. Another abomination that was clever, hideous, and gruesome that no one would ever buy in an auction. They in fact, got themselves eaten alive when their hideous organism escaped and teared the flesh from their bones. Some of the bad guys portrayed by celebrities in fact, that I do not like, like James Cromwell did get themselves eaten alive and were as dead as those two guys portrayed by Arliss Howard and Vincent D’Onofrio. You probably know for what those two did in that Vietnam War movie with R. Lee Ermy, Matthew Modine, Dorian Harewood, and Adam Baldwin. Thanks to Stanley Kubrick and Gustav Havord. Luckily for Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Daniella Pineda and Justice Smith, they stopped the whole operation. But became shocked when an orphaned granddaughter had let them loose since “King Kong” from that 2008 movie. So for a success, I give this 7/10 stars. Really good. However, with the dinosaurs that are running loose, since that anime TV show “Dinosaur King”, they’ll probably tear up Elliott Moose and his friends to pieces. And the next time a celebrity becomes a bad guy, who wants to be eaten alive like Matthew Modine from that stupid TV show “Stranger Things”, it’ll better be a Hollywood celebrity that I do not like on. As for me against Modine, the Duffer Brothers with those lousy kids, and I quote Vietnam War veteran and actor Dale Dye…. “I’D BE LOOKING FOR A LITTLE PAYBACK!!!!” 😑😑😑😑

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