Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle (3D)
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Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle (3D)

English, Telugu, Tamil, Hindi
AdventureFamilyFantasy
29 Dec, 2017
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In the brand new adventure Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, the tables are turned as four teenagers in detention are sucked into the world of Jumanji. When they discover an old video game console with a game they've never heard of, they are immediately thrust into the game's jungle setting, into the bodies of their avatars. What they discover is that you don't just play Jumanji - Jumanji plays you. They'll have to go on the most dangerous adventure of their lives, or they'll be stuck in the game forever.
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Verdict: Leave your world behind for a film you'll find more than fine. A sequel to one of the most well-remembered films of the nineties, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle brings back the legendary game that's still deadly 22 years later. What Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is About: In the original 1995 film, Jumanji []... ...Read full review
On paper, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle represents everything thats wrong about the way Hollywood makes movies. Its a reboot of a property most people would recall with fondness (even if they dont quite remember why); it features a cast so likeable that they could easily be used for marketing propaganda; its written by five screenwriters (which can usually be taken as confirmation of a films poor quality) and directed by one Jake Kasdan (in hindsight, just the sort of inoffensive filmmaker who could pull this off). ...Read full review
A remake of a surprise 1995 hit, this time with people getting sucked for real into a video game. At some level, this perhaps seemed like a good idea. At one level, while the players are teenagers going through the usual pangs of high school of being nerds, sport jocks, the pretty girl, and the serious one this has the scent of a good idea. ...Read full review
Like any other 1990s kid, I lapped up Jumanji`s destruction and adamant wildlife creating a relentless atmosphere of urgency and danger. Around this dark board game, played by kids and kids who look like grown-ups, the stakes felt high and events inspired novelty. ...Read full review
There are some movies that should not be messed with particularly because they represent a significant part of our childhood. Jumanji is one of such films and any prospect of a remake sends a shiver down the spine. However, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is is surprisingly not as bad you think it would be, in fact its breezy and harmless nature might just win you over. ...Read full review
In the age of Hollywood`s obsession with franchise-building and reboots, the idea for a sequel to 1995`s `Jumanji` came across as another eye-roll worthy project. However, the combination of charming actors Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Karen Gillian and Kevin Hart, made it evident that this would wind up either being a complete trainwreck, or sheer mindless fun. ...Read full review
The 90s family adventure Jumanji was a fantasy romp about children being whooshed into the universe of a magical board game, where a former kid player played by Robin Williams had grown to adulthood, having been marooned there. The film seemed to be using the grammar and rhetoric of video-gaming, which is about getting from one level to another by not getting killed. ...Read full review
Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle starts in the year 1996 on a beach when a kid named Alex finds the infamous board game buried in the sand. Its that time of the era when who plays a board game? and instead television games have taken over the trend. Getting ignored by Alex, the board game turns magically into a video game cassette, remember how we had the Super Mario one? ...Read full review
The story of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle picks up just a year after the original board game story. This time, it has become a video game and instead of the Jungle destroying the real world, the game sucks in four teenagers - a nerd, a jock, a diva, and an introvert - who work as a team to finish the game. They will have to survive the increasingly difficult levels to get out alive. ...Read full review
The film tells a story of four high school students, a nerdy geek Spencer (Alex Wolff), a pretty and popular Bethany (Madison Iseman), a football jock `Fridge` (Ser`Darius Blain) and a shy bookworm Martha (Morgan Turner). Their lives turn upside down when they accidentally get sucked into the video game `Jumanji`. ...Read full review
2017`s been quite the year, and a bad one for many. And in an instance of art imitating life, most of the films released this year have been a Geostorm of box-office disappointments. But finally, at the shag end of a very gray period, Jumanji: Welcome to The Jungle flashes out like a bright beam of sunlight. ...Read full review
Back in 1995, we saw the release of the Robin Williams film JUMANJI. The film which was an adaptation of the 1981 children`s book of the same name by Chris Van Allsburg went on to become somewhat of a classic with fans across the world. Now decades later, we see the release of a standalone sequel of the film that features Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, Nick Jonas and Bobby Cannavale. But will the new age film live up to expectations or will it, like so many other recreations, be a washout is the question. ...Read full review
Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle was one of the most awaited Hollywood flicks this season, especially for the millennials who decided to throng the theatres in order to trigger their memories. One of the 90s kids favourite, Jumanji went for a 2.0 version starring superstar Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Rhys Darby, Nick Jonas and is helmed by Jake Kasdan. ...Read full review
Spencer Gilpin (Alex Wolff), Martha Kaply (Morgan Turner), Anthony Fridge Johnson (SerDarius Blain), and Bethany Walker (Madison Iseman) your typical high school geek, jock, wallflower and drama queen get to serve detention together and asked to clean an old storage are by their principal. They stumble upon an old Nintendo styled video game and are sucked into the Jumaji world. They each have chosen different avatars and are sort of reincarnated as their avatars in their game. ...Read full review
It`s not very clear whether `Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle` is a sequel, reboot or a remake- but it continues to be about the game that gets it`s players transported into it`s jungle setting and forced to play the different levels in order to save their own lives. ...Read full review
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