Atom User Reviews for Jumanji: The Next Level
first one was 100 x better. kind of boring and confusing. devito and Glover were the best actors in this movie. bug rock fan but all his movies now r all about his biceps and himself . rocks best movie was the Gameplan.
Didn’t think they could make it better than the first but they did!
Do watch if you watched the second part if you haven’t you won’t be able to catch up with what’s going on
Amazing movie! I laughed from start to finish nonstop, go see it RIGHT NOW!
This is the best movie in the world hope you make a aother one thx
One of the best movies i have watched
had fun watching it laughed a bunch of times!
So funny and a must see. Loved it!!
Great excellent twist and unexpected
My husband and I enjoyed the 2nd movie. The first one is better in our opinion but this is a must see
A must see movie of the holiday season
Nah bro this ain’t it
Enjoyed watching this movie. I hope we get another sequel.
As funny as the first. The cast does a great job.
Entertaining the whole way. Perfect holiday movie.
lol I loved it and I will watch this again and again lotsa cuss words but its all good lol plus nick jonas was in it I mean what more could you want haha
Good movie! Dwayne Johnson was the best!!
This ended the way Tron Legacy should have continued. The video game goes into the real world.
Overall funny. Story-line and humor was better in the last one. A lot more colorful metaphors, use of the Lord's name in vain and the eunuch scene got old fast.
Funny, but story could be much better. Great VFX, but too much time spent on character in each location.
Good but was missing something, felt like i could’ve waited for Netflix
fun movie, didn't like it as much as the first, but entertaining for sure!
First movie was so much better...
Funny movie...like expected.
I laughed so much and I learned something about friendship.
Horrible movie. Part One was a lot better. This one is not funny at all and was really had to stay awake that’s how boring this movie is. Disappointed. Not worth to watch in the theater. Save your money n wait to watch at home.
such a kid movie
Practically the first level all over again
Good, but not as good as the first one, but still very enjoyable
It was good, but not as good as the first one.
Good movie but not great
I haven’t laughed what’s watching a movie in a long time
Wack, I slept through the movie
It definitely was not as good as the first! i was hoping to laugh alot and I maybe did once. If they make another i hope for more laughing!
It was ok.. one time watch
Character comedy gold
May not be the as good as the first movie, but it does the job it was meant to do. It's an enjoyable movie to watch with a lot of laughs.
I loved the world they were in. My favorite part is the bridge with the monkeys. But I’m upset that they used the same characters. Jumanji is supposed to have different people each time. The avatars all are too old(except Nick) and need to let a younger, new cast take over.
Kinda boring. Fell asleep in beginning. Too much talking. The story line wasn’t interesting . There will be part 4 but I’m not going to watch
Didn’t get to see the movie. Manager and the atom app handled this situation very poorly. Avid movie lover and very disappointed.
nowhere close to previous version....missing the hilarious piece of it. Poor screenplay
Fell asleep three times
nothing like the original, but do-able
I got a good nap. The first one was much better.
It was 100 degrees in the theatre. Hard to enjoy the movie.
loved it! great actors!
Just like with Welcome to the Jungle, the action is serviceable, but lacks genuine thrills.
The Next Level lacks the gleeful inventiveness of Jungle, in which three well-known stars slyly subverted their personas while embodying the insecurities and naivety of their teenage players. Absent that, it mostly feels gimmicky; the cast straining to recapture the hilarious rapport that once seemed so effortless.
A large part of the first film's pleasure came from watching adult actors, very sure in their screen personae, pretend to be children who were awed (or disgusted, as the case may be) by their new bodies and abilities. This time around, that getting-to-know-you phase is much less fun.