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Space Jam: A New Legacy

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  • Trailer 3
  • Trailer 2: Easter Eggs

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

NBA superstar LeBron James teams up with Bugs Bunny and the rest of the Looney Tunes for this long-awaited sequel.

Cast

  • Don Cheadle
  • Cedric Joe
  • Khris Davis
  • Sonequa Martin-Green
  • Ceyair J. Wright
  • Harper Leigh Alexander
  • Xosha Roquemore
  • LeBron James
  • Stephen Kankole
  • Jalyn Hall

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This movie was just all around bad I was trying to give it a shot but bout 30 mins into it I seriously just wanted to walk out and get my money back had I spent any on it thank god it was free cause like I said it don’t deserve to make a dime sadly

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Andrew E
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Ehhhh it looks cool. Terrible acting and storyline is everywhere

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Metacritic

50
Jul 19, 2021

A New Legacy is much slicker and more appealing than the original Space Jam, in no small part because James is approximately 50 times the actor Jordan is. But it’s also because corporations handing a bag of unrelated IP and ordering screenwriters to come up with a story around them is the template for most studio filmmaking now, if not all of contemporary existence.

Metacritic review by Sam Adams
Sam Adams
Slate
20
Jul 16, 2021

Space Jam: A New Legacy, both in its cravenly cynical development and release, is not a surprising film. The marketing didn’t lie. This movie is exactly what it looks like. And it’s a grim glimpse at a potential future of mainstream filmmaking. No thanks

Josh Spiegel
Slashfilm
30
Jul 14, 2021

The animation, consisting of both traditional 2D and CGI, is impressive, and there’s certainly a lot of it. But it never feels as joyful as you’d hope, too often coming across like corporate machination than inspired imagination.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter