The blockbuster sequel may have a new director in J.A. Bayona (‘The Impossible’) but is haunted by the same script problems that plagued the first ‘Jurassic World.’
Ira Madison III is an entertainment writer. He has written for MTV News, Vulture, BuzzFeed, Noisey, and can also be seen in GQ. He's well versed in every soap opera your mother has ever watched and has a Hall & Oates tattoo.
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