REVIEW: It’s more like ‘Jurassic World’ Fallen Franchise

Coming from someone who loved “Jursasic World,” I have to say, this was a real disappointment.

This entry, bringing the series to a total of five films, begins a few years after the incident that destroyed the “Jurassic World” theme park and left the island as a jungle, home only to dinosaurs. The island’s fate comes back into focus, though, as early in the first act, the audience learns that the long dormant volcano on the island is now active, and when it erupts, it will cause the “re-extinction” of the dinosaurs.

With that in mind, a man in charge of a billion-dollar estate named Eli Mills (Rafe Spall) hires raptor handler Owen (Chris Pratt) and the manager of “Jurassic World” Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) to lead a rescue expedition. Upon arriving, though, the protagonists uncover that the mission is more than just providing aid to a species.

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When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth: Ranking the ‘Jurassic’ Movies

Updated after the most recent “Jurassic” movie.

The fifth film in the “Jurassic” series is now come out and while the franchise doesn’t include as many entries as some of the others out there, with some having released more than 10, it’s still made some major impacts in the industry.

For example, “Jurassic Park” is still regarded as one of the best blockbusters of all time and “Jurassic World” smashed the box office.

With that in mind, I figured I could take a look back at the “Jurassic” films and rank them, even if the list will be fairly predictable.

Just a note, the list will be from worst to best.

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