Here, in the Jurassic Park movie, there has always been an undercurrent of ecological moralization.
The late Michael Crichton was like a skeptic of climate change, but his books and screenplays were full of unfortunate clashes between humans and beasts, exacerbated by human arrogance and interference.
The poor man sought a problem when billionaire businessman John Hammond decided to fill the island’s theme park with cloned dinosaurs. And, of course, it wasn’t long before T-Rexes and birds of prey rampaged to teach humanity how they wouldn’t interact with nature. With an impeccable taste, they usually bite their heads from the bad guys.
Undoubtedly, if people could really revive the dinosaurs by cloning DNA, they would definitely be stupid enough to do that, and the six movie series is one of the blunders and bloodbaths. It was a long catalog.
There is nothing worse with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2019), when the creep of a bad suit (Rafe Spall) decides that the Isla Nubral dinosaurs can be reused as weapons of war. During a failed auction, he was eaten and well enough for him, but now the creatures have fled to the wilderness of America, and humanity must learn how to live with them. Probably.
This is the premise of Jurassic World DominionChris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing, the third in a new generation of sequels starring Raptor’s whispers and former theme park managers, respectively, with coughing a series of dinosaur-related issues. It was relieved by the calamity.
Dinosaurs have colonized all continents, attacking boats, attacking dive bomber pedestrians, and generally annoying themselves. A dinosaur sanctuary was established in the Dolomites, Italy. An ecotechnology company called Biosyn aims to use science to enable dinosaurs and people to coexist. Meanwhile, a long-legged locust plague appeared in the southwestern United States, raising the possibility of famine.
Owen and Claire were trapped in a mountain log hut with Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Salmon), a cloned grandson of Benjamin Lockwood, a former partner of Jurassic pioneer John Lockwood. They raised her, but her Macy’s unique genetic code made her a hot property, and when she was kidnapped, Owen and Claire took her to the Dolomites, where the plot solidified. increase.
So, in the Biosyn sanctuary, depending on the combination of circumstances, Owen, Claire, Jurassic veteran, Erie Satler (Laura Dern), Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), Henry Wu (BD won) will be gathered. .. Below is one of the biggest hits of the Jurassic era, a lazy and ignorant rehash of the moment of spinal tingling that once made this franchise special.
The script is stylized, the editing is enthusiastic, and only Goldblum rises beyond the mundane tides, evoking wit and charm from the creepy air.
Although no prose stylist, Crickton is a great storyteller and was fortunate to work with a master film director at the top of his game in 1993.of Jurassic ParkSteven Spielberg has created a perfectly constructed action-adventure Jaws..
All subsequent Jurassic films have been compared to that template and inevitably suffer a disadvantage. That said, the first of these new sequels is Jurassic World (2015) is probably the strongest installment since Spielberg’s original, combining a functional plot with a pair of Pratt and Howard’s winning stars. Since then, it has been a stately downhill. Jurassic World: DominionThe franchise seems to have finally run out of steam.
Or do you have it? Jurassic World: Fallen KingdomThis wasn’t a big shake either, but it made $ 1.3 billion. And there are many reasons to think that this works as well.
And, after all, Jurassic World is a pop culture product like Star Wars and Batman. This means that the dreaded old T-Rex is coming back soon.
Rating: 2 stars
Leave no trace (15A, 160 minutes)
of Gulag archipelago And in other works, Alexander Solzhenitsyn dismantled the inner workings of a totalitarian state and the length of madness it had to go to to force and justify its own existence.
In a sense, Jan Matusinsky’s Leave no trace Performs a similar function. Based on true stories, it shows how fake the Polish judicial system was under communism. In 1981, two violent Warsaw students were stopped, interrogated and arrested by police. One of them, Grzegorz Przemyk, died at the age of 18 after being hit hard at the station.
His friend Jurek Popiel (Tomasz Zeitek) is the only witness and he wants to do the right thing, but the young man will face intolerable pressure to change his story and resign. .. Fake news is nothing new, and Donald Trump was able to learn one or two things from the party bureaucrats and gray officials in this story. They are surprisingly easy to lie and obfuscate.
And while this movie is probably a little too long, it’s a compelling conspiracy drama, a lesson from history, and melancholy relevance.
Rating: 4 stars
Swan song (15A, 104 minutes)
For almost 60 years, German character actor Udo Kier has spiced up the work of everyone, from Fassbender and Argent to Fontria and Van Zandt.
Todd Stephen’s Swan song, He is finally given the protagonist of his talent and grabs it with both hands.
Former cosmetologist Pat Pitzenberger suffers from misfortune at his retirement home in Ohio, ridicules the facility’s well-meaning fitness system, and smokes contraband whenever he has the opportunity.
Pat is bored and a tropical bird in a golden cage, but fate is about to intervene. If her wealthy ex-client (Linda Evangelista) died and Pat agreed to trim her hair for her awakening, she stipulated in her will to pay Pat a $ 25,000. ..
The news urges Pat to stage a breakout and launches a weird odyssey across Sandusky. Sandusky used to be a fixture, but now seems to forget him.
Swan song Not inspiring, but inspiring, Kier offers a quiet authority performance while avoiding the prosperity of the camp, which would certainly have made it cheaper.
Rating: 4 stars