The latest instalment in the Jurassic Park franchise takes a while to get going. The first half feels like watching some butchered James Bond flick, it isn't until the second half that the Jurassic Park mood starts to surface. And then there's just a bit too much pandering to previous episodes.
A couple of years after the latest disaster, dinosaurs are living among us. Some are captured and are brought to wildlife reserves, but there's also a black market that thrives selling the ancient animals. In that world, a young girl will prove to be the savior of humankind, unless she falls into the hands of the wrong people.
The film is a bit of a mess, then again this is the sixth in the series, and I'm not too surprised they're trying new things to keep it somewhat fresh. The cast is a bit too big, the action not that exciting and the new dinosaurs not that memorable, but at least the second part of the film felt pretty fun, light and adventurous. It would've been a lot better if they had out the Malta part.