Just as wildly gratifying the second time around. Seeing it in a theater packed with a bunch of terrified kids definitely helped.
I don't know, there's something about this film that reminds me of the no-holds-barred storytelling of Dark Horse's original Aliens comic series, right down to its open-ended coda.
I sincerely hope Universal and Legendary will pull a Disney and remove Colin Trevorrow from the director's chair before he could even start filming Jurassic World 3. These dinos deserve the warm, caring embrace of Juan Antonio Bayona. They've had enough of Trevorrow's dirty, sexist paws.