5 Things About Jurassic World : Fallen Kingdom That Make Absolutely No Sense ??
It’s pretty tough to explain away these issues with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
Just like Mr. DNA says in the first movie, Jurassic Park is “in our blood.” We’re now on our fifth installment in the franchise and the cloned dino-terrors don’t seem to be slowing down. In fact, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom goes to great lengths to set up a sequel that just might be the dinosaur version of the Planet of the Apes that we didn’t even know we needed. But until a third Jurassic World film comes to theaters, let’s mull over all the prehistoric monsters and insane chase scenes that we’ve encountered in the latest film. Unfortunately, this movie doesn’t get by without us noticing some glaring plot holes and stunning lapses of logic. Of all the problems one might find in this sequel, here are 5 things about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom that fail to make any sense whatsoever.
So join ScreenRant as we return to Isla Nublar with some familiar faces and a ton of new characters. We’ll examine the fossils of the Indominus Rex under the microscope to get a better understanding of why it’s bones didn’t seem to decay. We’ll put on our lab coats and play amateur volcanologists to see whether the volcano on Isla Nublar acted realistically. We’ll look at the film’s latest villain, the Indoraptor, and try to wrap our heads around just how it’s special skill set as a killer dino works within the world we think we know. And we’ll meet the human child who’s connected to the history of the cloned dinos more than she knows.