Jurassic World a fun adventure, if not dino-mite

Part rollercoaster dinosaur adventure, part claustrophobic haunted-house horror, Fallen Kingdom is an odd experiment

10th June, 2018
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom: more dinosaurs on screen than ever before

Tyrannosaurus rex, Velociraptor, Indominus rex: the Jurassic Park series has set a high bar when it comes to bringing prehistoric monsters to the big screen. And now, for the fifth film following 2015’s surprise smash-hit revival, comes the Indoraptor.

Long of tooth and claw, this black-and-yellow striped lizard isn’t a reconstituted dinosaur of the kind that wowed us back in 1993, but a newfangled strain. The fangling was done in a secret laboratory and...

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