‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Has Screened: Here are the First Reactions

Life uh… finds a way. In less than a month, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will premiere in theatres, marking the highly anticipated return of the Jurassic Park franchise following the massively successful 2016 feature, Jurassic World. The sequel, directed by J.A Bayona, has been called a genre-blending movie, mixing aspects of horror and action to create one bombastic story that looks to take the franchise into new territory. The first reactions have finally appeared online and while most are in Spanish (the film held its premiere in Spain), everybody will see that the reactions for Fallen Kingdom are incredibly positive!

The film has been praised for its visual effects, action and J.A Bayona’s direction has been singled out numerous times as the film’s biggest positive. Check out the reactions below!


You don’t need a translator for that one…

“Well I just saw @ and I can tell you that is a spectacle, you enjoy it as a T-Rex among a thousand goats and you have to see it… Yes, until it is released you can go see

It is the continuation that the saga deserves. It is not only interesting as it arises, but what is to come is going to be BRUTAL. , you don’t disappoint”

“My sincere congratulations , I loved the movie. You’ve outdone yourself, a work of 10.”

“It’s going to sound piggy but tonight I’ve literally had an erection at the Wizink Center watching the best film in history directed by is a real gem that will become part of the history of cinema. “

“Today I saw and I’m going to allow me to make a spoiler: you’re going to FLI-PAR. Pride.”

“Thank you, thank you and thank you for the best dinosaur film for 25 years! Pride is little! 🦖🌋👏🏻

Well if that isn’t a big stamp of approval, I don’t know what is. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is shaping up to be the sequel fans have been waiting for since the first film debuted back in 1993. Only time will tell if critics react with the same enthusiasm…

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom roars into theatres on June 15, 2018

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