It’s in the continuity of the second half of the first season but it’s not great, it’s average and I’ve trouble in considering the series as canon given the absurdities it has (and yet it has a serious competition with the last films). Between the dinosaurs’ weird physics, with the Not-Baryonyx
that leaps like mountain goats (and which are, plot-wise, an ersatz of raptors) and the herbivores that all runs at the same speed (that problem was already in FK though); the villains that seems straight out of George of the Jungle
(Wheatley is almost realistic when compared to them); the common teleportations; the kids who survives and go explore with a rather chill attitude during weeks while the protagonists of the films are suffering like hell during the few days on which they are on the islands; the luxury of the “ecotourists” camp which is ridiculous given the context; the lack of identification I could have with the characters; the sensationalist poser shots (the slow-motion shot of the garage’s escape win the prize)... There isn’t a lot of things that I genuinely liked in this season, with the notable exceptions being a few ideas during the action and suspense sequences (like the motorbike chase in the rocky area or Roberta searching Darius and Sammy under the table) or some of the dinosaurs’ behaviours, like the relationship between the three Not-Baryonyx
(which was a bit wasted for me since I hate the JW series' Baryonyx
The only element that I’m looking forward to in the next season is the identity of that famous E750 subject.
And also, though it played heavily on fan-service and was a bit dumb,
made me smile. On this matter, I haven't seen the flashback episode since Nassau’s traders didn’t have it.
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