Jurassic World: Dominion Falters on Heavy-Handed Eco-Disaster Message

In Analysis by Michael Rae

A moment existed in the Jurassic World franchise when businessmen were human, like the rest of us. That moment has passed.
Unlike the 2018 movie Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (see my Independent Institute review here), and even the first movie in the trilogy, Jurassic World: Dominion‘s filmmakers threw away any pretense of nuance or layering. Instead, they crafted a heavy-handed, apocalyptic tale of man-made environmental disaster, all in the pursuit of profit and world domination.
The 2022 movie, which is otherwise a satisfying dinosaur romp, suffers as a result.
Transparent Plot Weakens Story
In Dominion, the evil doer is Dr. Lewis Dodgson (Campbell Scott,

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