Jurassic World Dominion

    Jurassic World Dominion


    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 ona planet they now share with history's most fearsome creatures.

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    • Chris PrattOwen Grady
    • Bryce Dallas HowardClaire Dearing
    • Laura DernDr. Ellie Sattler
    • Sam NeillDr. Alan Grant
    • Jeff GoldblumDr. Ian Malcolm
    • DeWanda WiseKayla Watts
    • Mamoudou AthieRamsay Cole
    • Isabella SermonMaisie Lockwood
    • Campbell ScottLewis Dodgson
    • BD WongDr. Henry Wu


    • 70

      Screen Rant

      Jurassic World Dominion is a messy but fun end to the Jurassic Park sequel trilogy, bringing franchise themes, characters, and nostalgia full circle.
    • 69

      The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

      After almost two and a half hours, all of it glued together with plot-vomiting dialogue and characters that only vaguely resemble the ones Spielberg carefully built, Dominion becomes its very own Jurassic Park: Designed to thrill and enchant, it instead becomes a ride to survive.
    • 67


      If we have to wade through some silly, pandering nostalgia to get to this pleasingly vast dinosaur playground, so be it.
    • 60


      Of the three “Jurassic World” movies, “Dominion” is the least silly and most entertaining. But that’s not saying much. This “stop to ask if they should” cycle’s human characters were never especially interesting, and why should we trust Trevorrow to suddenly make them so?
    • 58


      It’s probably a bad sign that of all the players in this film, the dinosaurs are probably the ones one roots for the most. They didn’t ask to be revived for a confusing new era filled with cars and pollution and ridiculous celebrity lawsuits! They’re dinosaurs! They’re innocent in all this!"
    • 54


      Jurassic World: Dominion splices nostalgic eras and movie genres and just about any other DNA it can lay its hands on. The result is a primordial soup of a few entertaining scares, but it's sixty-five million years away from making any sense.
    • 50

      Arizona Republic

      There is a really cool idea at the heart of the film, which brings together the cast of the original “Jurassic Park” movies and the cast of the latest bunch from the “Jurassic World” ones for the first time. Although they’re kind of like guests staying in different parts of the same hotel who just happen to run into each other at dinner.
    • 50

      Movie Nation

      It just makes for a cluttered, derivative and somewhat soulless finale to a trilogy that millions embraced and some folks love.