'Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous' Season 4 Review: Fun series a favorite of all ages
'Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous' is Netflix's latest animated action-adventure series! Created by Zack Stentz and based on the 1990 novel 'Jurassic Park' by Michael Crichton, the series first came out on Netlfix during September 2020, as part of the world-famous Jurassic Park franchise.
The fun-filled series follows a group of teens who are attending an adventure camp on the opposite side of Isla Nublar but have to work together to make it out alive when dinosaurs break all hell loose on the island. The series stars Paul-Mikel Williams, Sean Giambrone, Kausar Mohammed, Jenna Ortega, Ryan Potter, and Raini Rodriguez as a group of campers who get lost on Isla Nublar, shortly after several dinosaurs have escaped their natural habitats. Jameela Jamil, Glen Powell, Stephanie Beatriz, Bradley Whitford, Angus Sampson, and Greg Chun also make appearances on the show.
It doesn't come as a surprise that Netflix's latest Jurassic Park spin-off is an instant success, age no bar! While the events and incidents take place along the same timeline, most of the series is mostly focused solely on animated family-related themes.
Season 4 of the animated series brings our star characters to an unknown territory whilst still at sea. The gang explores new environments, discovers secrets, and even devise a plan to confront creatures of origins unknown; presenting a whole new surprising yet all the more energy-packed season for the group.
Season 4 of 'Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous' keeps the storyline steady, staying consistent with bringing up meaningful messages of the importance of friendships and togetherness. This aspect draws the attention of children the right way by educating them on the important aspects needed to nurture and mold them into better people.
It goes without saying that the series is not the exact indication of Jurassic World, but still abides by the important rules of friendship, something that is vital and must be maintained at strength by people of all ages. Another big pro is that although animated, the series is sure to have a lasting effect on both elders and children alike. Adults are likely to check out the series to reminisce the Jurassic universe whereas it's the sole cartoon aspect for children; it's a win-win and the best of both worlds!
Having said that, the sole drawback would be the fact that the series might tend to feel repetitive. From the very first season of the series, you may notice that the running fear of the creatures is more or less the same. Moreover, the gang usually lands in a strange place only to be divided and lost, sooner than later. All in all, the Jurassic franchise is always a worthy watch and this animated series is a lot more wholesome than it looks, and always has room to entertain with laughs.
Season 4 of 'Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous' released on December 3, 2021, at 3:01 am EST/12:01 am PST, on Netflix.