This movie would have received a five-star review from me had it not been for whoever made the horrible decision to put Bryce Howard into it. She is ridiculous because she cannot act to save her life! She should have been the first to go, given the greed-driven mentality and cold personality towards her family.To work in a DINOSAUR park and to be constantly on the move, whether it be in a helicopter or what, it is "jumping the shark" to think that I viewers are supposed to believe that this woman wears a dress and HEELS all day. Let's not forget that she outran a T-Rex in heels! Completely laughable. And throughout the entire day and night of running through rough ground, her heels never gave out. It takes away form the movie so much. Would have been a better movie without her. Her hair and makeup are always perfect and she is as white as a ghost. It's as if she belongs in a completely different genre of movie, like an office setting in a metropolitan area, not a jungle island! Unfortunately, the insanity of this decision overshadowed most of the other characters for me, such as Owen Grady. No man who's personality is such, would EVER be attracted to an idiot like Claire.Another "jumping the shark". scenario. No sequel could ever be as good as the original, ALTHOUGH, the same type of mistake was made in the first movie by putting Laura Dern in it, another "actress" who made it because of her father. When she said "Run!" to Sam Neill, I literally cringed. Sometimes miscasting ruins a movie for me. I appreciate the CGI and the stories so I still enjoy the movies but the women in them are just awful. why does every director feel compelled to insert a woman into every story? One of my favorite movies was "Top Gun", yet I thought that the woman added nothing to it. To me, the movie was about "brotherhood" and male camaraderie. Adding a "love interest" did nothing for it, in my opinion. Think about it for a moment. Remove Kelly McGillis and the movie is just as good. I thought she actually "lessened" the impact of the camaraderie theme.