There's no chemistry to be seen in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - Film critic

In the movie review, film enthusiast JP Sebastian shares his views about the new Jurassic World sequel movie -Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

Sebastian says that the movie revolves around how Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) is commissioned by a shady, private secret entity/organisation that plans to betray him in an attempt to auction the dinosaurs.

He adds that this would be the 5th sequel in the Jurassic series since it was first released in 1993.

Sebastian says that the movie is a filler for the grand finale because there’s no conviction or new dilemmas that are introduced.

The good guys are the ones that would naturally rescue the dinosaurs that were unnaturally created from the evolutionary timeline says Sebastian.

This movie (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom) turns more towards a horror bend.

JP Sebastian, film enthusiast

The previous movie was missing the horror element.

JP Sebastian, film enthusiast

Chemistry however… Non to speak of.

JP Sebastian, film enthusiast

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