When the first season of “ Jurassic World: Jurassic Camp ” debuted on Netflix last year, fans of the “ Jurassic Park ” franchise marveled at the incredible technique of recreating the dinos of most famous films, this time in an animated version of the story. With a plot that tended surprisingly towards terror, the public was bound to be anxious for the arrival of the second season – which luckily came very quickly and is now available on the Netflix platform.
After the group’s unsuccessful attempt to escape from Nublar Island when the dinosaurs escaped and separated from Ben (Sean Giambrone, in the original voice) and Bolota, the youngsters are only trying to survive in what rest of the park and ‘Jurassic World: Jurassic Camp’, although a sense of loss and desolation prevails among them. While trying not to get eaten by predators, Darius (Paul-Mikél Williams), Yasmina (Kausar Mohammed), Brooklyn (Jenna Ortega), Kenji (Ryan Potter) and Sammy (Raini Rodriguez) will discover that dinosaurs are not the only threat that they will face before they can return home.
The script written primarily by Josie Campbell, Michael Crichton, Sheela Shrinivas, Rick Williams, and Mr. Willis based on Michael Crichton’s original book follows the same format as the initial season: tied with eight episodes, the arc is split into three. crucial moments, which take place between the first and the third episode; the third and the fifth; and from there to the end. Again, at the beginning we focus more on the interpersonal relationship between the young people, to better develop some dramas later and present the main problem of the season to finally end with a more adult imprint, moving away from the air. juvenile protagonists. .
Shih Ming Tay’s general management achieves a similar result with this second season, although it feels like we have stepped on the brakes a little this time around. Although it followed the same format as the previous one – which demonstrates a well-organized planning of the series as a whole – this second season is more solar than the next, as contradictory as it may seem. This time, the chases and their respective solutions are simpler, making the viewer less nervous; the animal threat basically boils down to T-rex, so other carnivores appear little and therefore there appear to be fewer threats.
On the other hand, there are much heavier scenes than the previous season and a debate that demonstrates the maturity of these child characters. The line and the special effects printed on the animals are stunning and fill the screen; we doubt we won’t see yet another live action of ‘Parque dos Dinossauros’, especially with the amazing sound, which almost makes us appear so real. Technically, this is one of the best-designed models of recent times.
“Jurassic World: Jurassic Camp” remains a great series, especially for fans of the franchise who are eagerly awaiting the new chapter of the films. By meeting all the requirements of what an entertainment production is, both seasons are fun and meet expectations.
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