Hold it together, hold it toge- *cries*
In the first 30, 45 minutes, director Jon Turteltaub had himself a fun film.
This is an important film not only for this year, but for years to come.
This film is hardly compelling and is, quite honestly, boring.
The writing is messy, jokes are misplaced, actors misused and, boy, that ending.
Let me tell you, there’s a gem and a dud (well, a dud for the most part).
Not even Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard’s charm from the previous film carries into this bad, bad sequel.