Jumanji: The Next Level
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Movie Info & Cast
- Dwayne Johnson
- Jack Black
- Kevin Hart
- Karen Gillan
- Nick Jonas
- Danny DeVito
- Danny Glover
- Alex Wolff
- Ser'Darius Blain
Did You Know?
- Like Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, this is heading into theaters at the same time a Star Wars movie. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle came out a week after Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017), and this is coming out a week before Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker (2019).
- Eddie's eyeglass frames change from black rimmed in the kitchen, to rimless when he goes to bed, then back to black rimmed the following morning.
- Young Bethany: I think he went back in. We gotta go get him.
- Young Fridge: Are you out of your mind?
Atom User Reviews
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!
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.