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    Franklin Webb
    "Am I dead?"
    Gender: Male
    Type: Coward and Filler with Little-to-No Personality
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Justice Smith
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Jurassic Park
    First appearance: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom


    Franklin Webb is one of the two deuteragonists of the 2018 sci-fi adventure film Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

    He is portrayed by Justice Smith.

    Why He Sucks

    1. Like a majority of Fallen Kingdom's characters, he has little-to-no personality character-wise, aside from being a coward and a nerd.
    2. He is a cowardly IT-esque character whose sudden shift into an action hero, doesn't flow properly at all.
    3. Aside from being a total coward, he's also pretty much every kind of nerd cliche rolled up into a single character.
    4. His only purpose to the trip is to take out Wu and open a door, and that's pretty much it, something Zia or literally anyone could have done instead. As a result, he comes across as being pretty much a filler character, who could be replaced with someone else, and it wouldn't make a single difference.
    5. Similar to Zia, he for some unexplained reason disappears halfway through the film and only comes back to save Blue because... point convenience.
    6. He essentially spends most of his screen time doing nothing but complaining and whining, as well as for being comic relief in a movie that honestly didn't need any.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. His screaming can be funny to some people.
      • His quote "Am I dead?" can be really funny too.
    2. Justice Smith does a surprisingly good job portraying him, despite his bad characterization.

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