News culture “So ridiculously bad it’s good” the latest film in this saga initiated by Steven Spielberg shakes Netflix in September, the domination begins
Published on 07/09/2023 at 10:35
On September 8 on the Netflix platform (tomorrow), you will be able to rediscover Jurassic World: The World After, an episode far from being appreciated.
While the first three films were already available on the Netflix SVOD platform, the very last episode of the Jurassic World saga by Colin Trevorrow is now arriving on September 8 in order to conclude the story revived in 2015. In Jurassic World: The World After, you can find Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard responsible for the arrival of dinosaurs in the daily life of humanity. The new characters in the saga will also be able to count on the help of the older ones thanks to the return of the legendary trio composed of Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum. If you missed this latest opus of the saga released on June 8, 2022 in the cinema, you will have the opportunity to catch up from September 8 on Netflix.
Four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar. Dinosaurs are now part of the daily life of all humanity. A fragile balance that will call into question the domination of the human species now that it must share its space with the most ferocious creatures history has ever known – Allociné.
However, know it, this episode is far from being among the favorites of fans of the saga, according to the reviews made about it.
“So Ridiculously Bad It’s Good”
On Allociné, the film received a spectator rating of 2.3/5. “Enormous potential still wasted, it smacks of being re-re-re-reheated. Specifications without soul. No intelligence, an industrial taste. Laziness in terms of the script. The director really takes the spectators for mentally retarded, it’s very annoying”, says Vader in the comments section, when Alice writes “Except for the visual effects, nothing is going well in this new opus. The trailer and the summary are really misleading, we expect to find out how the human species will manage cohabitation with the dinosaurs, we finally find ourselves with a scenario seen and reviewed, a rehash which, in the end, brings us back to the starting point.”
Jurassic World: The Next World was so horrible that – for me – he’s crossed that mysterious line into “so ridiculously bad it’s good” territory. Which they were definitely NOT trying to do. 2/10, I recommend it, mainly to make fun – Bleep Blop Blorp on Twitter.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the press score stands at just 28%, which agrees with the following consensus: “Jurassic World Dominion (original title) is perhaps a little better than its immediate predecessors in some respects, but this franchise lagged far behind its classic beginnings.”
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