What I would really prefer is a second part where he breaks down exactly why Jurassic World doesn't work the way Park does... instead of just going CHRIS PRATT CHRIS PRATT CHRIS PRATT. There IS human stuff in Jurassic World with Bryce Dallas Howard's character along with the two kids... and if you're so inclined, you can connect her lack of interest in creating a family to her lack of seeing the dinosaurs as living creatures and her gradually (or suddenly) changing both views by the end of the movie.
But clearly, that material never really shined through in Jurassic World. I mean, who really cared about any of that stuff? Though, some could say the same for Jurassic Park as well. In all the praise and nostalgia for Spielberg's film, how often do we really hear anyone praise anything that isn't the action sequences, the CG/animatronics, or Jeff Goldblum?
Obviously, the presentation is going into the INVISIBLE way that subtext is giving heft to all that surface stuff in Jurassic Park. But I would love to hear his take about why the material in Jurassic World doesn't connect.