- Actors: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Rafe Spall, Toby Jones
- Directors: J.A. Bayona
- Format: DVD, PAL
- Region: Region 4 (This version of the DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 2.39:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Universal
- DVD Release Date: 26 Sep 2018
- Run Time: 123 minutes
- Customer Reviews: 986 customer ratings
- ASIN: B077HP62T4
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Jurassic World - Fallen Kingdom (DVD)
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It's been three years since theme park and luxury resort Jurassic World was destroyed by dinosaurs out of containment. Isla Nublar now sits abandoned by humans while the surviving dinosaurs fend for themselves in the jungles. When the island's dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event. Owen is driven to find Blue, his lead raptor who's still missing in the wild, and Claire has grown a respect for these creatures she now makes her mission. Arriving on the unstable island as lava begins raining down, their expedition uncovers a conspiracy that could return our entire planet to a perilous order not seen since prehistoric times. With all of the wonder, adventure and thrills synonymous with one of the most popular and successful series in cinema history, this all-new motion-picture event sees the return of favorite characters and dinosaurs-along with new breeds more awe-inspiring and terrifying than ever before. Welcome to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.|J.A. Bayona directs this fifth instalment of the blockbuster dinosaur series. With the Jurassic World theme park now lying in ruin, the dinosaurs of Isla Nublar have been left to roam freely round the island for the last four years. However, with a massive volcanic eruption threatening their existence, former park operations manager Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) recruits ex-dinosaur trainer Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and heads back to the island in a bid to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from the impending disaster. With time running out, the pair soon find their plans complicated further when they uncover a conspiracy which could put the future of the world at risk.
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Jurassic World’s animal behavior expert is drawn back to the island to help save Blue and the other dinosaurs from both natural and manmade threats.
Changed by the tragic events that unfolded at Jurassic World, Claire has become the head of the Dinosaur Protection Group to ensure a peaceful existence between humans and dinosaurs.
Dr. Ian Malcolm
Mathematician, chaos theorist, and a survivor of the events at Isla Nublar, Dr. Malcolm continues to warn against the irresponsible wielding of genetic power and the irreversible damage it will do.
Dr. Henry Wu
One of the primary scientists responsible for the successful cloning of dinosaurs for Jurassic Park. After creating the genetic hybrid, Indominus rex, his pernicious ambition continues to drive his work as evidenced in his latest creation: the Indoraptor.
The last velociraptor on the island, Blue’s intelligence and empathy defy any genetic coding her makers could have imagined. Owen refuses to let Blue perish and will do whatever it takes to save her.
With unnaturally designed gifts like night vision and pitch-perfect echolocation, the first and only male hybrid to date is the deadliest creature ever masterminded… and the most perfect weapon man’s ever made.
Weighing 7 tons and coming in at almost 40 feet in length, the battlescarred Tyrannosaurus rex roams the island looking for any prey that hasn’t escaped or perished.
Despite her small size and seemingly cute face, Stiggy can wield her dome-shaped skull and brute strength to knock down anything that gets in her way.
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Bringing along characters from the previous instalment, there is an immediate sense of familiarity in the opening stages of the film. The story is told at breakneck pace with constant action and loads of excellent quality special effects, as you would expect.
Where I was disappointed (and this will not be a problem for many people) was the change in the main location - up to now the Jurassic Park films have for much of the time been located on an isolated island with lots of space for the dinosaurs to move and interact with people, with a lot of beautiful locations on display. However this time the action very quickly moves to enclosed areas on the mainland and I felt the movie suffered quite a lot from this change.
In regard to the 3D presentation, I have read bad reviews but was pleasantly surprised and felt that there was enough action going on both in front of and behind the screen to keep me happy. I have seen better but I have seen much worse than what is on display here. 4.5 stars.
The scenes between the velociraptor 'Blue' and Chris Pratt's character were just od emotional: despite knowing there are no baby dinosaurs. I loved it.
I was amazed to find that I enjoyed it just as much on DVD.
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It's three years since the events of that film. Owen and Claire haven't exactly lived happily ever after. But are reunited when the volcano on the island where the park was becomes active. And it's a race to save the dinosaurs.
But then they find there's more to the expedition than meets the eye...
Like the previous film, this does exactly what you would expect, with lots of dinosaur set pieces and humans in peril as a result. But it also does, to it's credit, try to do things a little differently. Which is why the plot does take the story to places the franchise has never been before. It is written as the middle of a trilogy, and like many of those that I've read in book form, it does move things along and set things up for a third and final one.
It is a thoroughly watchable and likeable blockbuster bit of escapism. Like the first film, it doesn't ever try or promise to be anything more than that. But whilst it is as watchable a bit of escapism as that was, it just doesn't quite have the freshness that that did. Thus it's a four rather than five star release.
Jeff Goldblum does reprise his role from the original Jurassic Park. For only a couple of minutes of screentime.
Do be aware that although the film does contain dinosaurs, some bits might be too scary for the very young, and they might be a bit too young to follow the plot as well. In which case, there's no point In letting them watch it, is there? Yes, lady who was behind me in the cinema, I am talking about you...
The disc has the following language and subtitle options:
Languages: English,. English audio description.
Subtitles: English. Arabic.
The disc begins with several trailers, which can be skipped via the next button on the dvd remote.
It contains the usual flyer with code for downloading a copy of the film from a website onto a digital device.
And dvd owners actually do quite well with this for once when it comes to extras:
There are ten different featurettes. None run more than five mins, and you can't select play all for them so have to watch them one at a time. They all look at different aspects of the production, and despite being short are all pretty good. It helps to have Chris Pratt at the front of most as he is an affable presenter.
Same goes for the other extra section, Chris Pratt's Jurassic Journals. These are twelve short films, all no longer than a minute, in which he interviews various production staff and in two of them, actors. All are short and fun watches, and you will learn a lot about various roles on a movie set from this. These can be watched individually, or via a play all option.
It’s all the fault of these greedy billionaire owners. But there is military involvement as well as the armed forces thought it a great idea to turn velociraptors into combat machines... yes this is beyond my comprehension. But then you wonder why those small velociraptors and not the T-rexes? On top of all this, clearly none of these people have taken notice of Murphy’s law because it’s begging for disaster. I could see from the first few minutes that dino excrement would hit the fan big time.
But it gets even more disturbing: two children are sent to this park to get some distraction while their parents are handling a divorce ... who would do that?!
I think I’m not spoiling too much by disclosing that there is some fiction in this movie. However there are much deeper and more subtle themes in here as well: it is about how mankind’s greed and ambition turns into disaster, as it always does. And it mocks society’s tendency to always demand more for mere entertainment: “people want bigger jaws and bigger teeth”. And its about how authority ignoring the opinions of experts accelerates disaster. These things happen every day! I wish people would wake up. It also cunningly exposes the arrogance of science; not everything that can be achieved should be done!. There are many lessons here.
So this movie, albeit gruesome stayed with me for days. It's a classic and a real eye-opener that surpasses the original on many counts.
The story itself based some three years after the dinosaurs had all but destroyed Jurassic World become under threat of being wiped out as the dormant volcano on the island.
When the U.S senate determine that nothing would be done to save the creatures, Clair Dearing played by Bryce Dallas Howard former operations-manager at Jurassic World is summoned to Benjamin Lockwood's estate where he and assistant Eli Mills tells of how they plan to save as many of the dinosaurs as they can and relocate them on a new island.
Claire will approach former Velociraptor trainer Owen Grady played by Chris Pine to help her in the quest telling him she believes that Blue one of the Velociraptor's he trained still to be alive...........in good faith the two head for the island with the intent of helping save and relocating as many as they can with the help of the team assigned by Lockwood and Mills's to stun/capture and ship to the relocation island........trouble is Mills has a more sinister agenda for the dinosaurs and will betray them and indeed Benjamin Lockwood for great financial rewards.
It will be left for Owen and Clair and friends to try and save their beloved dinosaurs from those who would exploit them.
Think really this is as far as the series should go (though i understand there are plans for another).....there is no way man and dinosaurs can co-exist ???
As i say, from my stand-point the visual content is what makes the films worth viewing.
I started to watch with a friend, and after a while, and a lot of talk, we turned off.
We continued again two days later, turned off again twice, then finally got to the end.
Computer bits o.k. (see extras to watch how it's done.)
Same set pieces as before, i.e. models come alive to fool you!
Toooooo much talk love, and silly kids + a cameo piece by Jeff Goldblum, waste of space actor.
Won't be watching again, unless on fast forward, like the first time.
Feel like I’ve thrown £10 away as I’ll never watch it again.
The clips advertised to promote the movie are as good as it gets.
Probably the worst movie I can remember in a long time