Is Jurassic World living up the legacy of what Jurassic Park has created?

It was the period of 90s and 2000s that we witnessed the landmark in computer generated imagery from a movie based on reptiles that were long on. The franchise of Jurassic Park brought various laurels regarding its unprecedented screenplay and cinematography. Critics even portrayed the franchise was an breakthrough in the field of cinemas. With an exhilarating  direction from the Master Steven Spielberg the movie is still regarded as one of the best movie of all time.

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But with time, the franchise lost its momentum. The third movie in the franchise was launched in the summer of 2001 but after that, the enthusiasts movie goers were disappointed as they didn’t know when the another one would hit the theaters. After years, specifically after 14 years, a new movie named “Jurassic World’ set after the events of 22 years from third movie was released. This was really an astonishing thing to hear for those who had been loving the series. But to everyone surprise, Jurassic World ended up being an over-saturated movie. It had no wonderment and pleasant as the original. The movie couldn’t outright the inventiveness of the original but yet it is entertaining on its own.
Another adventure in the Jurassic franchise followed in 2018 with a name “The Fallen Kingdom.” This extinction-level event really tried hard to balance the legacy of what Jurassic Park has provided. But yet the movie consists of comparatively slender thrilling moments. Today the digital world has developed a lot  to break various ground  but yet movie fails to provide new dawn. The movie is too lazy to provide the distinctive explanation regarding the motive of its characters. Lindsey Bahr of the Associated Press wrote, “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will not stand up to rigorous scrutiny, and yet, it’s kind of an enjoyable, preposterous and thrilling ride that ticks through nostalgia beats like a shopping list.” And for the first film,  Peter Travers of Rolling Stone wrote; “It’s not the cynical, cash-in cheesefest you feared. OK, Jurassic World is a little of that. But this state-of-the-art dino epic is also more than a blast of rumbling, roaring, ‘did you effing see that!’ fun.”
If the movies that has great legacy will eventually end up being a no class then what is the point of rebooting the franchise. Now again the producers are lined up to create an untitled part 3 in the franchise. Well, Let’s hope it will live up to the expectation of what the storyline of Jurassic Park  is capable of.