Jurassic World: 10 Things That Completely Ruined Fallen Kingdom

Making characters running from a T-Rex in high heels look sensible.

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Chris Pratt Bryce Dallas Howard
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Three years after Jurassic World surprised everyone and made approximately 100 billion dollars worldwide, its sequel is finally making its way into theatres. While the original made bank at the box office though, Universal have seemingly been intent on taking steps to improve on its lukewarm critical reception, replacing Colin Trevorrow with J.A. Bayona and promising a darker, more horror-inspired ride this time around.

Unfortunately, while the latest movie has solved a lot of the issues fans had with the original, just as many more have popped up in their place. Which is a shame, because it's clear that Bayona in particular is trying his best - often elevating material that could have been unsalvageable - but even his talents aren't enough to stop the movie from completely falling down during its worst stretches.

The end result, then, is a bit of a mess; a sequel which shows flashes of brilliance but completely falls off the deep end into a land of sheer stupidity, and, worst of all, utter boredom. Actually, that doesn't sound too far away from the 2015 film either...

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