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LOS ANGELES: There's good news.This movie is pretty ridiculous and Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly's script is not very clever. "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" will not stand up to rigorous scrutiny, yet it's kind of an enjoyable, preposterous and thrilling ride that ticks through nostalgia beats like a shopping list.It's odd how, in this era of industrial franchise filmmaking, a three-year gap between films actually feels like a long time. After a very solid, and scary, beginning, with pouring rain and genuine suspense as some scientists venture back into the defunct Jurassic World to retrieve a dinosaur bone, a helpful newscaster orients the audience with exposition."Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" gets away with its unoriginality for the most part, but this franchise's desperation is starting to show.
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