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Things In Jurassic
World Dominion
That Make
No Sense
At the beginning of "Jurassic World Dominion," Maisie Lockwood is basically the most sought-after human on the planet. In spite of this, she has somehow managed to evade capture by the government and F.B.I. for four years while living anonymously with Owen Grady and Claire Dearing.
Maisie Lockwood
In "Jurassic World Dominion," Chris Pratt makes a promise to a dinosaur, but as cute as it is to have a Velociraptor as a dog, and as admirable as Owen's relationship with the natural world is, this is still dumb. Making a promise to a dinosaur makes no sense and is a preposterous plot point.
Promise To Dinosaurs
Antagonist and Biosyn CEO Lewis Dodgson wants to use locusts as a bioweapon to make the world dependent on his company's enhanced crops. At least that’s what he intends to do theoretically, but the movie never fully explains how Dodgson intends to execute his plan.
Locust Plan
Ellie Sattler gets tipped off that Biosyn is behind the whole giant locust thing from none other than Ian Malcolm, who's been working for the genetics corporation for some time. However, it doesn't add up that Malcolm, who was clearly opposed to Biosyn and InGen in the past, works for the corporation, and the movie makes no effort to explain why.
Ian Malcolm and Biosyn
Jeff Goldblum reprising his role as Ian Malcolm thrilled “Jurassic Park” fans, but his opening speech in the movie about the dangers and responsibilities inherent to "genetic power" is nonsensical. He is basically repeating what the populace should know by now — making dinosaurs is a bad idea.
Opening Speech