From two Michael Crichton's novels of Jurassic Park, Steven Spielberg decide to make those two movies based on his novels as if which are really fantastic. But now then that Joe Johnston had got the chance to direct Jurassic Park III, people had lost interest in this one. Okay, I'll get to that later. The third novel has not published and the filmmakers are going to do the film in a new way imaginable but the audience didn't like the film as a whole. Sam Neill is back as Alan Grant and this time he's been tricked by a divorced couple who wanted to find his son who is lost at Isla Sorna. What can I say about the third film? All I can say is the best thing about it is the Spinosaurus. I enjoyed the scenes with it like the first scene it attacks the Alan Grant and the others while destroying the plane and fighting the T-Rex and p***ing the audiences off with it by killing it. The story is very basic, it's really all about finding the divorced husband and wife's son and getting out of this place and that's really about it. Other people would think that the story is s**t when they first watched it and others have already seen it knows it's s**t, including my sister. It's really cheesy, I gotta tell ya. There are moments that don't really make sense like when Alan and the others hearing the satellite phone and the divorced couple had found their son and while they're heard the phone, they know it's the Spinosaurus. The phone is inside it's stomach. It's so f**king stupid! And there's another one where the Alan and the others heard the satellite phone again, it was in the Spinosaurus's s**t after it swallowed it and then s**ting it out. F**k me! And now let's get to the good stupid things about this movie. When Alan Grant is asleep, he's dreaming about a plane with no one in it and no one riding it and then the raptor is on it and saying his name going "Alan." but you know it's only Alessandro Nivola's voice when he's waking him up. And now the ending where Alan Grant and the others are rescued by the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Navy and all of the sudden, Billy played by Alessandro Nivola who is known for his first film debut, Face/Off is still alive and injured after being attacked by the Pteranodons. I can how people are going through this experience with flaws that don't any goddamn sense and I think The Lost World: Jurassic Park is not as dumb as the third but the third had some stupid moments. I can only think that they're making a Jurassic World 3 with the same plot but didn't put any stupid moments in this. I hope. The CGI and special effects still look good to look at. It would have been fantastic if you're looking at the bonus features of how they made it. Jurassic Park III is not as good as the other two films, however I don't mind this one at all despite some silly moments in this, I still enjoyed the action sequences with the dinosaurs. This actually killed the franchise until Jurassic World came on screen which I will get to later but from now on, Jurassic Park III is a decent flick to look at and it is what it is for the most part.