A decidedly odd couple with ulterior motives convince Dr. Alan Grant to go to Isla Sorna (the second InGen dinosaur lab.), resulting in an unexpected landing… and unexpected new inhabitants on the island.
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Feels more like a late-night cable film rather than a Hollywood product, much less a Spielbergian film. If Jurassic World's effects relied too much on CGI to create-- as opposed to how it should be use: to enhance-- then its use in this third entry 14 years before-- and thus faker looking-- is hammy. Furthermore, the plot and action never rises out of cliches, making the soap-opera feel not do the story any favors.
A movie that brings nothing new or interesting to the table, and clearly shows what this series lacks without Spielberg or Crichton involved. Sam Neill is fine as Alan Grant, but all the new characters are bland and annoying, with the new dinosaurs being nothing sort of boring by this point with us not even getting the sense of awe the first two films brought
The great Sam Neill is back as Dr. Grant in an entertaining third movie but with not a single breath of new ideas and the rest of the characters are all dinosaur fodder. ILM's effects is what keeps us watching.