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Starring: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Laura Dern, Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum, Mamoudou Athie, Scott Haze, Dichen Lachman, Daniella Pineda, Campbell Scott, Isabella Sermon, Justice Smith, Omar Sy, DeWanda Wise, BD Wong
OUR RATING: ★★½
Sci-fi adventure sequel directed and co-written by Colin Trevorrow. Jurassic World 3: Dominion (2022) takes place four years after Isla Nublar has been destroyed. Dinosaurs now live, and hunt, alongside humans all over the world. This fragile balance will reshape the future and determine, once and for all, whether human beings are to remain the apex predators on a planet they now share with history’s most fearsome creatures.
Our Favorite Quotes:'We act like we're alone here, but we're not. We're part of a fragile system made up of all living things. If we're going to survive, we'll have to trust each other, depend on each other. Coexist.' - Charlotte Lockwood Click To Tweet
Gemma Zhao: Dinosaurs are in our world. And with every confrontation we learn more about this frightening new reality. How did we get here? It’s been three decades since the deadly events at Jurassic Park, and we’ve yet to find a way for these animals to live safely among us.
Lewis Dodgson: At Biosyn, we’re dedicated to the idea that dinosaurs can teach us more about ourselves.
Gemma Zhao: Now that we brought these animals back from extinction, can we face the consequences? Are we responsible for them, or should they be left to fend for themselves? As we adapt to an ever-changing world, we must find answers to these questions, for their safety as well as for our own.
Franklin Webb: [to Claire] Are you saving these dinosaurs because they need us, or are you saving them to absolve yourself?
Zia Rodriguez: Claire, you’re doing the right thing. But this, this isn’t the way to go about it anymore.
Franklin Webb: Honestly, you need someone who’s good at being shot at. Aren’t you and Owen still like a weird thing?
Claire Dearing: It’s not that weird.
Zia Rodriguez: He didn’t mean weird. No. He meant, like surprising.
Maisie Lockwood: I can take care of myself.
Claire Dearing: Hey! It’s okay for us to depend on each other. That’s what people do.
Maisie Lockwood: How would I know what people do? The only people I’ve spoken to in the past four years are you both. Besides, I’m not even a real person anyway.
Claire Dearing: What?
Maisie Lockwood: I was made from someone else. I’m not me.
Claire Dearing: You’re the only you who ever was. What? Was that like really corny?
Maisie Lockwood: It was so corny.
Claire Dearing: Can we keep that between us?
Maisie Lockwood: Can’t promise that.
Maisie Lockwood: I don’t think you understand how bad it is being trapped here.
Owen Grady: You’re not trapped here. We just don’t trust people.
Maisie Lockwood: No, you just don’t trust me. And then you expect me to trust you. Why can’t I have any freedom?
Owen Grady: Because you can’t.
'It's okay for us to depend on each other. That's what people do.' - Claire Dearing (Jurassic World Dominion) Click To Tweet
Claire Dearing: [referring to Maisie] We can’t keep her here forever. If we don’t figure this out, she’s going to go a lot further than the bridge.
Owen Grady: If they find her, we’re never going to see her again. We got to protect her. That’s our job. That’s what we’re going to do.
Claire Dearing: Protect her how? By locking her inside? She’s got questions. You know, questions we can’t answer. She wants to know who she is. Who Charlotte Lockwood was.
Alan Grant: Why do we dig? Because paleontology is science, and science is about the truth. And there is truth in these rocks.
Alan Grant: Ellie Sattler.
Ellie Sattler: Alan Grant. You look the same. And this place is so you.
Alan Grant: And Mark?
Ellie Sattler: It’s over.
Alan Grant: Oh. Oh, I’m sorry to hear that.
Ellie Sattler: It’s okay. I’m back to me. My work. You know, it’s…
Alan Grant: That’s great.
Ellie Sattler: It’s good. It is. I’m alone at last.
Alan Grant: Exciting times.
Ellie Sattler: Yeah, I’m living that Alan Grant life. It’s just so free.
Alan Grant: Can be lonely.
Alan Grant: Ellie, you didn’t come out all this way just to catch up, now, did you?
'We not only lack dominion over nature, we're subordinate to it.' - Ian Malcolm (Jurassic World Dominion) Click To Tweet
Alan Grant: [referring to the giant locusts] You’re saying Biosyn made this?
Ellie Sattler: I mean, it would not shock me that they want to control the world’s food supply.
Alan Grant: Not before a few millions starve.
Ellie Sattler: Yeah. What is that saying? We’re three meals away from anarchy. If we don’t stop them, you can pick your last three meals.
Alan Grant: You know why I’m here? It’s quiet. I’m done with all of that.
Ellie Sattler: Are you? Okay. Well, I’m sorry, Alan. Nobody gets that luxury anymore. Not even you. And you know what? You’re the one I trust.
Ellie Sattler: [to Alan] You coming or what?
Maisie Lockwood: [referring to Blue] She had a baby. That’s impossible.
Owen Grady: Back up.
Maisie Lockwood: She won’t hurt us, right?
Owen Grady: Oh, you’re damn right she will. Just breathe. If you don’t, she’ll think you’re scared.
Maisie Lockwood: I am scared.
Owen Grady: No. She doesn’t need to know that.
Owen Grady: [referring to Blue, after Biosyn kidnaps Maisie] They took her kid too. I am going to get her back. I promise you that.
'In order to instigate revolutionary change, we must transform human consciousness.' - Ian Malcolm (Jurassic World Dominion) Click To Tweet
Franklin Webb: This year, man. What’s next?
Jeremy Bernier: Historically, darkness, blood, rain of fire. I think frogs. We’re not going to be around for much longer anyway. These locusts in Nebraska are about to wrap it up. They’re eating the corn, wheat. Basically all of our food and our food’s food. So we can say goodbye to this.
Franklin Webb: [referring to rescuing Maisie from Biosyn] Promise me you won’t go in there with your vest and mess everything up.
Claire Dearing: Why would I do that?
Franklin Webb: Look, you guys are both crazy. But you seem like you’re good parents, or whatever you’re trying to be. She’s lucky to have you. Don’t get killed, okay?
Ramsay Cole: I have to warn you, everyone is so excited to have you. You guys are absolute legends around here.
Ellie Sattler: You must be confusing us with somebody else.
Ramsay Cole: You know, It’s great that you guys are still so close with Dr. Malcolm. I mean, sometimes you meet your heroes, and they disappoint you, but he’s exactly the way you’d want him to be. I mean, such motility of thought. It’s incredible.
Alan Grant: How much time have you spent with him?
Ramsay Cole: Well, I know that was sarcastic, but honestly, not enough.
'It's always darkest just before eternal nothingness.' - Ian Malcolm (Jurassic World Dominion) Click To Tweet
Ramsay Cole: So, Biosyn bought this land for the amber deposits back in the ’90s, but we’ve managed to turn into a safe haven for about twenty displaced species. First generation came from Sorna. Most of the Nublar dinosaurs are here too. Took Fish and Wildlife three years to catch the T-Rex.
Alan Grant: The T-Rex is here?
Ramsay Cole: Oh, yeah. Yeah. Arrived just before you guys.
Alan Grant: Is that Dreadnoughtus?
Ellie Sattler: What?
Ramsay Cole: Beautiful, right? Her name means “fear nothing”. Well, I guess you know that.
Ramsay Cole: Our research outposts are connected completely underground. If we have to, we can just herd the animals remotely using using a neuro-implant that sends electrical signals directly to the brain.
Alan Grant: Like shocks?
Ramsay Cole: No, like signals.
Alan Grant: Does it strike you as a little bit…
Ellie Sattler: Cruel?
Alan Grant: Cruel.
Ramsay Cole: Do you know how much voltage was in the electric fences at Jurassic Park?
Alan Grant: Yeah.
Ian Malcolm: Human beings have no more right to safety or liberty than any other creature on this planet. We not only lack dominion over nature, we’re subordinate to it. And now here we are, with the opportunity to rewrite life at our fingertips. And just like with nuclear power, nobody knew what to expect with genetic engineering. But they pressed the button and hoped for the best. Just like you are doing now.
Ian Malcolm: You control the future of our survival on planet Earth. According to you, the solution is genetic power. But that same power could devastate the food supply, create new diseases, alter the climate even further. Unforeseen consequences occur. And every time, every single time, we all act surprised. Because deep down, I don’t think that any of us actually believe that these dangers are real. In order to instigate revolutionary change, we must transform human consciousness.
Ian Malcolm: Look at you, and look at me, and look at you. Wow, this is so trippy.
Alan Grant: You look like you’re doing well.
Ian Malcolm: Well, I got five kids, you know, whom I adore more than life itself, so expenses add up.
'They say tiny things have huge impacts, and I agree, wholeheartedly.' - Charlotte Lockwood (Jurassic World Dominion) Click To Tweet
Alan Grant: [referring to Ian] Do you two talk a lot?
Ellie Sattler: He slid into my DMs.
Alan Grant: He did what? What did you do?
Ellie Sattler: It’s urgent, Ian. “Seven minutes to midnight” stuff.
Ian Malcolm: The Doomsday Clock might be about out of time. But as they say, it’s always darkest just before eternal nothingness.
Alan Grant: What?
Ellie Sattler: [referring to the locusts] But if these things continue to multiply, we’re talking about cascading system-wide effects, Ian.
Ian Malcolm: Gosh, that’s a drag.
Alan Grant: What is the matter with you?
Ian Malcolm: Why? Is there something special you want me to do?
Alan Grant: Yeah. How about give a damn?
Ellie Sattler: You know far too much not to care.
Ian Malcolm: Hey, I gave my opinion robustly for years. As expected, the sum of our human endeavors has led to our annihilation. And the only play now is to take the time we have left, and, you know, just like we always do, squander it.
Ellie Sattler: Honestly, Ian, that’s bulls**t.
'What's the plan?' - Owen Grady 'Whatever happens. That's the plan.' - Kayla Watts (Jurassic World Dominion) Click To Tweet
Lewis Dodgson: We don’t want to cause a panic. We want control.
Henry Wu: These is no such thing.
Lewis Dodgson: When we’re afraid, what do we do? What have we done before? We follow through. That’s what we do.
Kayla Watts: You lost?
Claire Dearing: You’re American.
Kayla Watts: That makes us friends?
Kayla Watts: Look…
Claire Dearing: Claire.
Kayla Watts: Claire, I know this must feel exotic, but if you mess with the wrong person down here, you disappear. You feel me?
Soyona Santos: Atrociraptors. Thoroughbreds. Trained to kill.
Rainn Delacourt: Kill who?
Soyona Santos: Whoever they’re told. Laser marks the target, they attach to the scent, don’t stop till it’s dead. Inescapable. Those idiots making hybrids had it all wrong. You can’t engineer loyalty. You have to nurture it.
Claire Dearing: Pull over.
Kayla Watts: That’s not how planes work.
'We hold on to regret, we stay in the past. What matters is what we do now.' - Ellie Sattler (Jurassic World Dominion) Click To Tweet
Owen Grady: You don’t look like you fly for Biosyn.
Kayla Watts: I’m going to take that the way you meant it and not the way it sounded. I fly for whoever got a bag, but we’ll call this one a favor.
Kayla Watts: I’ll take y’all to Biosyn, but I can’t promise it won’t be dangerous.
Owen Grady: You’re willing to risk your life for people you never met?
Kayla Watts: You want to ask questions, or you want to ride?
Owen Grady: We’ll take the ride.