Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
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Twenty-two years later, the game Jumanji is still pulling people in.
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- Dwayne Johnson
- Kevin Hart
- Jack Black
- Karen Gillan
- Rhys Darby
- Bobby Cannavale
- Nick Jonas
- Alex Wolff
- Ser'Darius Blain
- Madison Iseman
Did You Know?
- Robin Williams played the lead role of Alan Parrish in original Jumanji (1995).
- This movie is set in Bratford, New Hampshire, the same place the original film was set. At the end of the original film the main characters Alan and Sara take the game and throw it into a river. In the final scene of the original film we see that the game has washed up on a beach and is about to be discovered by two French speaking children. Yet, in 1996, just one year after the events of the original film, the game is back in Bratford, New Hampshire in a teenager's home. There is no explanation given as to how the game made its way back to Bratford.
- [Martha has become Ruby Roundhouse and an insect tried to bite her on her exposed stomach]
- Ruby Roundhouse: Why am I wearing this outfit in a jungle? Tiny, little shorts and a leather halter top. I mean, what is this?
Atom User Reviews
This movie surprised me all over. I was hesitant to see it loving the original so much, but they really made this movie it's own thing and it is funny as hell! I like the throw backs to the original and I love their take on the inner world of Jumanji.
This is so much better than the previews!
Kasdan isn’t known for pulling off big budget action properties. He does his best here to create a kinetic pace, but the execution is always flat and dull.
It’s an entertaining, engaging, colourful picture in its own right with decently-handled action-adventure set-pieces and sly comedy, detouring from the expected thrills and spills into body-hopping comedy drama.
The film's main appeal is in watching familiar actors pretend to be ordinary kids grappling with their new selves.