‘Jurassic World Dominion’ review: The worst movie of the serie

‘Jurassic World Dominion’ review: The worst movie of the serie

After being stomped on by “Jurassic World Dominion,

the please-dear-God final entry in the “to dinosaur or not to dinosaur”

The awful movie is longer than the Cretaceous Period. At two hours and 26 minutes

the behemoth is the heftiest in the 29-year-old series.

But size doesn’t matter — “Dominion” is also the worst.

An hour into this cacophony of CGI and idiocy

begin to sound like a soothing symphony orchestra

“Dominion,” instead of using its exorbitant runtime to wrap up the story — OK

at the end a few people kiss — introduces cockamamie

completely unsatisfying conflicts that are only tangentially connected to dinosaurs.

The main ruffle is that giant, genetically altered locusts are destroying the planet’s crops

and Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) and Alan Grant (Sam Neill)

battle to bring down the secretive company that unleashed them to make a profit