It's a question worth asking, especially given the climate of today's box office. Jurassic World: Dominion (2022) certainly didn't quite have the roar of the original Jurassic Park, but I suppose -- on some levels -- it's a perfectly adequate popcorn movie. I know that's about the best that I can say for it; we saw it, I penned a quite review recently, and I'll likely never watch that one again. I guess it worked perfectly well enough to make it a guilty pleasure, at best, though it's always interesting to see how long tentpole pictures have legs at the box office ... and T-Rex's front legs are always kinda short.
In any event, the competitors never miss a beat, and The Asylum certainly knows a thing or two about tapping a vein when it comes to hinting cleverly enough at what's hot at the movies and delivering a modestly-sized alternative. I read word earlier in the week that their latest and greatest attempt at dino resurrection -- Jurassic Domination -- is going to enjoy a very, very, very limited release (as in "only a few key cities"), and I'm happy to copy and paste those particulars below for those who might be local enough to catch it on the silver screen. Alas, it's scheduled nowhere near me, so I can't help you in that regard.
Also, I've combed the offramps of the Information Superhighway a bit on this point, but I'm coming up short on a plot description. That's not all that uncommon with these limited release titles -- studios like to keep their cards close to the vest, as they say -- but should I find something at a later date I'll update this post with those particulars. In the meantime, the trailer (and located details) are below ... and you know what to do about that.
- Laemmle Town Center 5 – Encino, CA
- Hickory Ridge Cinemas – Brunswick, OH
- Trylon Cinema – Minneapolis, MN
- O Cinema South Beach – Miami Beach, FL
- Aurora Cineplex – Roswell, GA
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!