The Jungle Book

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After a threat from the tiger Shere Khan forces him to flee the jungle, a man-cub named Mowgli embarks on a journey of self discovery with the help of panther, Bagheera, and free spirited bear, Baloo.


  • Neel Sethi
  • Bill Murray
  • Ben Kingsley
  • Idris Elba
  • Lupita Nyong'o
  • Scarlett Johansson
  • Giancarlo Esposito
  • Christopher Walken
  • Garry Shandling
  • Brighton Rose

Did You Know?


  • The filmmakers cite the classic movies Shane (1953) (a child learning about the world around him), Goodfellas (1990) (a tense and dangerous world) and Apocalypse Now (1979) (a jungle trek) and the Disney nature-based movies Bambi (1942) and The Lion King (1994) as an influence on this movie.
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  • The wolves in the movie closely resemble Tibetan wolves rather than Indian wolves. Real Indian wolves tend to have a much shorter fur length due to the heat.
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    • [to Mowgli]
    • Kaa: Poor, sweet little cub. What are you doing so deep in the jungle?
    • Mowgli: This is my home.
    • Kaa: Don't you know what you are? I know what you are. I know where you came from.
    • Mowgli: You do?
    • Kaa: Yesssss. Would you like to see?
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Verified Review

Jon Favreau has written and directed an excellent storyline. As a child i read this book many times and watch the animated versions of this story. He brought to life what i really imagined what this movie would be like in reality, if animals and humans could converse in english. Great work!!!!!

Shean C
Verified Review

Great for adults. Scary for children

Brandy C


Apr 12, 2016

Favreau’s Jungle Book is at its best in moments of visual splendor; when his camera pulls back to admire the sweep of the CGI foliage or yet another dazzling computer creation wanders into frame. Those images have a clarity that the rest of the movie often lacks.

Metacritic review by Matt Singer
Matt Singer
Apr 3, 2016

Conjuring up a serving of visual magic is one thing, of course; bringing Kipling’s characters and narrative to life is another.

Sarah Ward
Screen Daily
Apr 3, 2016

Even as the drama and its treatment become increasingly conventional and familiar as the film moves toward its patly (and arguably overly) audience-pleasing wrap-up, the exceptional visual quality and lifelike animal renditions remain stunning throughout.

Metacritic review by Todd McCarthy
Todd McCarthy
The Hollywood Reporter