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The Harshest Review Of Jurassic World Dominion According To Fans

"Jurassic World Dominion" is out, and as expected, critics have a lot to say about it. There's a particularly intriguing mythos surrounding the "Jurassic Park" franchise, especially seeing how the first film is widely considered one of the best blockbusters of all time, if not simply one of the best movies ever made. The sequels have always had a tough time living up to that legacy. Even "The Lost World: Jurassic Park," which was still directed by Steven Spielberg, feels like a letdown to many.

As such, it may not come as a surprise that the sixth feature-film entry in the franchise, "Jurassic World Dominion," hasn't met such lofty expectations. In fact, many critics seem to think it marks the worst for the series, as it currently holds a 30% rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. While audiences are certainly not short of unkind words for the recent blockbuster, fans seem to think one review, in particular, is extremely harsh.

Paste Magazine didn't mince words

Even if the movie itself leaves something to be desired, at least the negative reviews are usually pretty fun to read. That's the case with Paste Magazine and its assessment of "Jurassic World Dominion," where at one point, Jacob Oller writes, "If I had a kid who loved dinosaurs and who I hated, I would take them to see 'Jurassic World Dominion,' because it makes dinosaurs so deeply uncool."

This sentence made its way over to Reddit, where plenty of people think it sums up the movie nicely. One user seemed to have gotten more enjoyment from the review than the movie itself, writing, "This will go down as my favorite movie review of all time. It makes me giggle uncontrollably every time I see it." Someone else compared it to another pristine review: "That quote is on the same level as 'cats(2020) is the worst thing to happen to cats since dogs.'"

Of course, if you're willing to dig a little deeper, you'll find that's not the only place critics got creative when describing "Jurassic World Dominion." Chris Wasser of the Irish Independent stated, "It is, I'm sorry to say, like watching your [favorite] band reunite on the world's biggest stage only to discover that their instruments are out of tune and the roadies have gone home." Even the positive reviews for the film can't help but admit the project's mostly just fine, but regardless of how one feels about the movie itself, at least reviews will always provide some form of entertainment in and of themselves.