The story begins when an adventurous married couple manage to persuade Grant (Sam Neil, who had already appeared in the first part), a palaeontologist that still continues his studies about prehistoric animals, in order to be him the one who will lead them in Sorna island, which is the last refuge for some revived dinosaurs by a scientist years ago. They actually want to find their lost child, but the plane crashes, so they are in danger, because the dinosaurs are everywhere, and this time, they are intelligent and have the capacity to communicate with each other. The group splits up in a moment, in which the boy finally appears, but they run up against the awful dinosaurs and they will have many problems from now to then.
This is the third part of the saga started by Steven Spielberg, and is undoubtedly the worst. When I saw it, I didn't get scared in any moment; because of the regrettable performance the actors did, above all, Téa Leoni's. They never seemed to be really shocked with the entire situation. Besides, all was so predictable and boring: the very forced crashing of the plane, the hunt, and the way they escape at the end. The special effects were nothing extraordinary, and the script looks to be written in a couple of minutes. In addition, its short length proves their effort at making this pitiful movie that is completely lacking of any good ideas. I don't understand why was so successful.