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Jungle Cruise

2021
Comedy
Action
2h 7m
Based on Disneyland's theme park ride where a small riverboat takes a group of travelers through a jungle filled with dangerous animals and reptiles but with a supernatural element.
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Jungle Cruise

2021
Comedy
Action
2h 7m
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Avg Percentile 33.79% from 631 total ratings

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Rated 31 Jul 2021
25
19th
A few questions: Why does the movie start off by ripping off a classic Indiana Jones scene? What is the point of having a character reveal he is gay in essentially a kid's adventure movie, or more precisely, why is there a series of sexual innuendos associated with that gay character in a kid's movie? Is the market for gays and gay kids that big? wait... is this a kid's movie?
Rated 04 Aug 2021
25
6th
Is Jack Sparrow taking steroids?
Rated 16 Nov 2021
66
44th
Thankfully, Disney knows they’re making a whole film off a ride based on bad puns. At least they weren’t in de-Nile. Yes, it borrows from Pirates, but I think that could Sparrow bit. It hardly matters water’s going on, it moves rapidly enough. Oh no!, here come some Germans, did nazi that coming! It must have been added Indy later script. Thankfully, The Rock’s charisma stays the same after several hits with a Blunt instrument. Must be muscle memory. The Back Side of Water!
Rated 04 Aug 2021
45
28th
Pirates of the Caribbean did it better.
Rated 30 Jul 2021
56
53rd
If Jumanji and Pirates of the Carribean were to get married, this would be their child.
Rated 09 Aug 2021
60
31st
For better (comical characters banter and wear silly period costumes) and worse (Colonialism Is Fun), this feels like a family adventure film from a "simpler" time - one that's anachronistically oversaturated with CGI. Disney's latest first gay character would have been better left as a kooky tagalong, as Disney was unwilling to let him and The Rock consummate their cheap toast and instead forced in a truly appalling "romance" between the headliners. Ultimately forgettable.
Rated 22 Nov 2021
50
35th
I thought it started out pretty strong, but got bogged down in exposition at points and had a subpar script.
Rated 14 Nov 2021
4
44th
The overall vibe is near identical to The Mummy, with Johnson, Blunt and Whitehall respectively filling in for Fraser, Weisz and Hannah, plus similar sense of humor, ancient times flashbacks, immortal beings, solving riddles/mysteries, cartoon physics action scenes, etc. Gets the job done but I have to deduct a couple points for TONS of unconvincing and immersion-breaking CGI animals and for the leads’ angry-flirting dynamic gradually becoming a bit grating.
Rated 11 Aug 2021
35
6th
Incomprehensibly shot and edited. The camera cuts 3 or more times in the middle of a single sentence at some points. And forget about seeing anything that's happening in the action sequences. The film is shot almost exclusively in mediums and some close-ups, making it impossible to judge any sense of space or scale rendering most of this as weirdly claustrophobic. I know it's wrong to expect high-art from a film based on a theme-park attraction, but basic filmmaking competency would be nice!
Rated 28 Oct 2021
50
29th
The Mummy 4: Pirates of the Amazon. Very well made, decently entertaining - but overall not very good and the ending is plain dumb.
Rated 30 Jul 2021
35
29th
the "I'm gay" reveal was so disappointing like he doesn't even directly mention he likes men and then proceeds to keep being a joke of a character, that's not the representation we asked for disney
Rated 02 Dec 2021
47
34th
Blunt and apparent jungle fetishist Dwayne Johnson are really the only things that keep this very average piece of filmmaking afloat. The pair manage to elevate a lazy screenplay and anorexic plotting to something watchable. Plemons and Giamatti are good additions also, doing their best with very little, but much everything else is sub-par.
Rated 02 Aug 2021
70
41st
Fun. More fun than I expected. Having watched it only to see Blunt and The Rock, I was a little surprised. They are perfect: The Rock is makes a ton of unfunny lines work to various degrees, and Blunt does the heavy lifting, not that it requires a lot of that in general. Still, they make it more engaging than it might otherwise have been since it's a pretty basic adventure flick. Nice version of Nothing Else Matters by Metallica at the beginning, smart enough to revisit it again later too.
Rated 03 Aug 2021
39
9th
Jungle Cruise really really wants to be a cross between Sommers' The Mummy and Verbinski's POTC, and it is, but it's a really poor one. Too much evidence of the production wanting to satisfy a Studio checklist of things to include rather than concentrating on the craft of making those elements actually work together. While this may be passable entertainment for very young kids, Jungle Cruise mostly shows what an absolute miracle POTC was coming from the same Studio and theme park ride origins.
Rated 31 Jul 2021
40
30th
Mostly a bland green-screened family-friendly adventure film with some over-the-top elements, like the ridiculous Jesse Plemons German villain. At least with the natives they had a good explanation for the theatrics. Emily Blunt and The Rock are good leads but her brother felt really unnecessary, except to fit the formula for comedic relief. I liked the African Queen first half and the dad jokes. The supernatural parts weren't for me. Fav scene: flowers blooming on the tree.
Rated 07 Aug 2021
67
76th
Jungle Cruise is part 1999's The Mummy, part PotC, and part Disney's calculated effort to maximise profits with family-friendly violence & modern social sensibilities. Blunt & Giamatti ham it up; Johnson's charm is literally unbelievably; & Whitehall is familiar comedic-relief. Nevertheless, despite the occasionally mediocre script & direction, the film is a great balance of camp, action-adventure & fun. The expositional flashback set to JNH's orchestration of Nothing Else Matters is inspired.
Rated 27 Dec 2021
60
33rd
It does capture the spirit of the ride that inspired it. The Rock is always charismatic and he had fun with this role. Plemons felt out of place being hammy and it was overall just kind of messy with 3 different baddies.
Rated 26 Jan 2022
61
14th
Since It's Disney, the production is fairly top notch as well as the acting. I was really only interested for Emily Blunt because I'm an absolute slut for her. I actually rode the actual Jungle Cruise ride a couple years ago and had a blast. Comparing this to say Pirates of the Caribbean, which is another ride turned movie, It's not even comparable. I think that the general audience will find plenty of fun to be had. I give 6 "Jungle Rocks' out of 10.
Rated 13 Dec 2021
47
17th
Indiana Jones + Pirates of The Caribbean + The Mummy wanna be lackluster, a swarm of cliches and cringe moments. And its too long for nothing.
Rated 21 Nov 2021
45
24th
Half hour too long and never really got into it. Does pay a bit of homage to the ride at the beginning, which is nice, but then just becomes a lackluster adventure. Too violent for kids. Too boring for adults. Doesn't really hit any mark. Maybe tweens and young teens would like it? Also, Disney, it's great you want to be inclusive, but you don't have to bring sexuality into every thing you make. It didn't fit into the storyline at all.
Rated 21 Nov 2021
58
28th
It's just the fast food of movies. It passes the time and a few scenes were fairly cool, but it has no substance nor any charm that would stick with you for a second after the end titles roll in. Also hasn't the whole thing with "the guy who is a rogue and says he doesn't care for anyone but actually has a big heart + the woman who wants to do good + the nerdy brother" been done enough already?
Rated 04 Jan 2022
67
44th
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom meets Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, minus all the racism.
Rated 27 Dec 2021
50
29th
If one doesn't expect more than an unambitious adventure pastiche, it's a mildly enjoyable one.
Rated 25 Feb 2022
40
14th
Absolutely no chemistry between The Rock and Blunt.
Rated 26 Dec 2021
63
21st
Started with some promise and humor, but was overlong and reminded much more of Pirates of the Caribbean 4 than Pirates of the Caribbean 1
Rated 09 Mar 2022
79
35th
Extra marks for Plemons, who is a delight.
Rated 12 Dec 2021
60
17th
A Disney, like every Disney, but with the Rock
Rated 22 Nov 2021
74
42nd
The 2 leads seem to be having a lot of fun in this movie. The script is predictable but it does have a lot of fun scenes and some exciting moments. Not all of the special effects work but some do. Overall I would recommend this movie.
Rated 06 Mar 2024
37
16th
Horrible CGI apocalypse! Also a bad attempt to establish a new type of "Pirates of the Caribbean" because the old one has broken away. Normally I absolutely can't stand Dwayne Johnson no matter what he does and I'm actually an Emily Blunt fan. But here her character is just annoying and "The Rock" actually fits in quite well and also delivers an okay performance. If only there wasn't the really annoying constant bombardment of something that someone would probably call "funny".
Rated 10 Jan 2022
53
11th
A poor imitation of Pirates of the Caribbean, The Mummy and Indiana Jones. Those franchises get a 21 century makeover in some aspects, but in others this film felt archaic. E.g. the story, the cool guy that doesn't care about anybody cliché, the caricature villains and the stereotypical comic relief sidekick. Also has a terrible romance, making the ending beyond ridiculous. Despite all this awfulness it was surprisingly watchable, though it seems too gruesome for kids and too boring for adults.
Rated 19 Jan 2022
25
15th
Stupid popcorn entertainment, which I borderline hated
Rated 30 Dec 2023
45
24th
Completely forgot I watched this a year ago. ...Or was it two? Well, it only underscores how completely forgettable and bland it was. The only thing I really remember of it, is that Dwayne Johnson was miscast as the lead, despite his love of all things jungle.
Rated 22 Aug 2021
52
52nd
I found this entertaining. It's not Pirates of the Caribbean, even though much of it's plot is ripped directly from it. It's not The Mummy, even if the director seemed to pick actors based on physical resemblance. The ending was actually kinda disappointing. But I thought it was a decent tribute to the ride and fun enough movie.
Rated 01 Mar 2022
65
62nd
Action film. Güzel ama fazla İndiana Jones. Ölümsüzlük kazandığı zannedilen 1 ağacın peşine koşan bilim kadını, Amazon nehrinde bulmak için 1 kaptan bulur. Dwayne Johnson ve Emily Blunt'un uyumlu olduğu film, hızlı kurgusu ve aksiyon sahneleriyle seyir zevki doruklara çıkıyor. Fakat o yıkılmadım ayaktayım klişesi olunca tempo düşüyor. Popcorn filmi. Filmin sonunda, ağaç bulunuyor. Denizden pirana çıksa yerim.
Rated 11 Mar 2022
62
47th
Eğlenceli karakterleri ve hız kesmeyen macerasına rağmen pek de başarılı bir film olmayan Jungle Cruise, keyifli bir macera filmi.
Rated 20 Mar 2022
50
9th
Lolleopardishistohelpgetbiz+rockoftengood-Vannoying-kindarushededitingtoo+lmaohistinyaxewoodchopnextorock's+evenhiredheadhunterslol+rockancientcatographer-allcursedcouldntleavejungle-gotbadonesturnedtomonsters+rockwantstofinallydie+rockturnstostonethenmortal
Rated 11 Apr 2022
88
36th
Fun, clever and pretty family friendly Disney movie.
Rated 25 Dec 2023
39
12th
Unbelievably mid. Formulaic trash for the same kinda people that go travelling around the world to only eat McDonalds
Rated 18 Jun 2022
58
44th
The hands down best thing this movie gave us is the orchestral arrangement of Metallica’s Nothing Else Matters.
Rated 12 Sep 2022
90
78th
This is The Mummy in the jungle
Rated 05 Oct 2022
68
54th
As expected. Silly, cheesy with bad accents & an absurd plot. If you know that going in though as you should? It's pretty fun. Great chemistry & visuals. Looked fantastic on OLED in 4k hdr. Tune out and have a good time for 2hrs, & check your brain at the door. 6.8
Rated 09 Nov 2022
25
11th
They should've ended the movie where The Rock turned into the rock.
Rated 23 Dec 2022
65
45th
Always a little biased here, but this film was fun. Dumb, but fun. It feels exactly like Pirates of the Caribbean (and the plot is not all that dissimilar) and shares a similar vibe throughout. Not as good, but it gets away with it because it knows exactly what it's trying to be and that's what it is.
Rated 01 Jan 2023
1
1st
This movie made me want all my time back and I could only stomach 20 mins.
Rated 13 Aug 2023
1
3rd
Not funny, not exciting… not even “The Rock-watchable”. And too many snakes!! *Bad
Rated 05 Aug 2021
70
96th
Grand nonsense that this family craved. Not a single thing plausible, Exactly what we've come to expect from a Dwayne Johnson project. One can complain about a lot, but as far as pure entertainment driven escapism, Jungle Cruise (2021) ticks most of the boxes.
Rated 02 Sep 2023
45
21st
The backstory was far more fascinating
Rated 23 Jun 2022
50
33rd
Well, at least Disney let Collet-Serra some parts of it -- the colorful ones, the self-contained set-pieces in the first half. Second half is just a murky Pirates of the Caribbean spin-off nobody wants to see.
Rated 30 Sep 2021
45
46th
worth a watch
Rated 30 Jul 2021
55
41st
Jungle Cruise is fine for what it is. A simple kids adventure movie with fun action to it and some decent moments from The Rock and Emily Blunt. It's not trying to be high art or anything special, but gets the job done for kids and families. The special effects look good and there's a good amount of jokes that work. I'd probably pick this over almost all of the Live-Action Disney films honestly. It's an alright watch.
Rated 09 Aug 2021
60
24th
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Rated 01 Aug 2021
32
27th
#21#, exp3, rw2, popcorn, story, cast
Rated 01 Aug 2021
38
23rd
This is an action-driven movie that moves at a quick pace with little plot. Everything is built around visual effects. The humor is basic, and the characters are over the top. I didn't see it in 3D, and that might have made the movie more interesting.
Rated 16 Aug 2021
56
35th
Reasonably entertaining, but absolutely nothing new under the sun. Whitehall is a standout.
Rated 02 Aug 2021
50
18th
A run-of-the-mill treasure hunt movie held together by the charisma of its leads. Emily Blunt, Dwayne Johnson, Jack Whitehall and Jesse Plemons cease the moment whenever they are on screen. Mindless plot, decent humor, sub par CGI and loads of exciting scenes make up for a stupid but fun movie.
Rated 04 Aug 2021
52
14th
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Rated 31 Jul 2021
82
68th
Not bad. I got Pirates of the Caribbean vibes, except maybe slightly lighter in tone, and that makes sense, given how both are adapted from a ride at the parks. Definitely fun, but certainly not the best movie of the year.
Rated 01 Aug 2021
20
27th
It felt like Emily Blunt is 98% CGI. Other than that, the movie is heavily influenced by The Mummy and Jumanji. It falls short on the chemistry between the characters, the adventure part and the villains aren't... Villain-y enough? Jack Whitehall can be funny, but here he is simply dreadful.
Rated 03 Aug 2021
80
46th
A perfectly entertaining action film that's good for the family. Good chemistry from Johnson and Blunt. CGI wasn't great in places.
Rated 03 Aug 2021
75
85th
This is what The Mummy and Tombraider movies should have been. Great period adventure popcorn movie. Beautiful production design, looks like 200 million bucks.
Rated 15 Nov 2021
61
22nd
The charm of the leads is winning. However, everything else is quick cuts in the uncanny valley. It really does make me wish we could get another Emily Blunt action movie though.
Rated 06 Aug 2021
70
22nd
Surprisingly decent. Really likeable cast with good chemistry, fun action sequences. Fairly funny. Does the job. A little long maybe. Solid throw away popcorn movie.
Rated 07 Aug 2021
63
59th
It was alright. Mindless entertainment trying to capture the Pirates of the Caribbean vibe.
Rated 09 Aug 2021
74
79th
Pirates of the Caribbean in the Amazon Jungle!! Pure entertainment. Nothing more. A nice movie to pair your pizza ;)
Rated 09 Aug 2021
51
24th
Jungle Cruise is literally inspired by series like Pirates of the Caribbean, The Mummy, and Indiana Jones. But it was boring. Most importantly, the story was not creative. Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson's chemistry carries the movie.
Rated 09 Aug 2021
70
76th
Did not expect this but what a fun ride. Great family entertainment.
Rated 12 Aug 2021
91
44th
The twenties last century. Captain Frank takes a brother and sister on a mission to find a tree in the jungle that has healing powers. During their quest, they will be tested by the dangers of the jungle and the fact that they are not alone in finding the tree.
Rated 18 Aug 2021
70
26th
Nothing original, Emily Blunt still rules
Rated 21 Aug 2021
55
18th
I don't understand why they couldn't find a Spanish actor to play the Skipper, oh right, lazy.
Rated 22 Aug 2021
4
24th
we all know they made this since it's too soon to make jumanji 3. there's nothing bad per se, would be fun for kids, but its not a good movie
Rated 06 Oct 2021
60
40th
This knows what it is and what it wants to be really well. As long as the only thing you expect is a silly, fun adventur based on a ride, it’s fun. Not much to report on. And always good to look at Blunt and Johnson.
Rated 23 Aug 2021
70
42nd
This is a lot more chemistry than I expected to see between Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. A surprising pairing that works. We'll just ignore the giant Samoan man with the Spanish(?) father, it's not important. Obviously has the tone and atmosphere of its PotC predecessors, and it may not ever reach that franchise's highs, but for what it is and as the beneficiary of virtually NO expectations, I enjoyed myself and found there to be more plot-wise than I thought there would be. Worth seeing!
Rated 12 Oct 2021
3
42nd
Why is Emily Blunt exceptionally beautiful?
Rated 14 Nov 2021
40
13th
Knowing nothing about the source, the movie would have been a lot better as a "Romancing the Stone" esque adventure with none of the supernatural elements. Way too much explaining and way too little fun.

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