25. Jurassic World
Is Jurassic World one of the highest-grossing films in history? Sure. Are its effects impressive? Absolutely. Is it a good movie? No, no it’s not. Everything about this film that isn’t a carbon copy of the original feels so totally paint-by-numbers. The end product comes off hollow and soulless. Chris Pratt’s simple-yet-wise raptor trainer feels generic as a hero. After he spends the first two hours of the film chastising Bryce Dallas Howard for manipulating the natural order of things, he falls for her anyway. Never mind the deadly disaster that she was complicit in causing — or the fact that the two had zero romantic chemistry in the first place. Of course they have to end up together!
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