Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom just hit theaters. I was disappointed. In it the characters debated whether or not to save the remaining dinosaurs from an imminent volcanic eruption, or let the die off, once again. In the end, the dinosaurs are saved, of course, and the main characters, Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) drive away to an uncertain future with Maisie, a newly orphaned girl. Dinosaurs now exist in the world outside of Jurassic Park.
Now for third entry in the reboot series. As disappointing as the second one was (I mean, it was fine), it sets up what could be a truly epic and exciting third film. Why not jump ahead several years? To a post-apocalyptic future, where dinosaurs outnumber humans ten to one. Human civilization has largely died out. They’ve reverted back to clans and tribes. A brilliant mad scientist has discovered a way for mass cloning which could put humans back in power over the dinosaurs. He enlists Owen Grady and his family/tribe to bring the solution across the country, which leads to a long and dangerous journey.