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The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book

2016
Drama
Family/Kids
1h 46m
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Avg Percentile 48.97% from 2109 total ratings

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Rated 16 Apr 2016
4
34th
The photorealistic approach is a double-edged sword because while it is often technically outstanding, a couple things are problematic: 1) In striving for photorealism, there's little in the way of charm or stylistic flair; and 2) It often veers into uncanny valley territory, seeing how the technology is close, but not quite close enough. Another gripe: It lacks the sweetness and lollygagging that made the 1967 adaptation so enjoyable. This is dark, intense, and serious. Not bad, but not great.
Rated 15 Apr 2016
40
32nd
Yes, casting is perfect, visauls are awesome, but I don't like the inherent message. Man's tricks will always and only benefit mankind, he can't defeat the tiger, which I believe is the true protagonist of the story, without burning down the forest. What? The cat was right from the get go.
Rated 20 Apr 2016
62
31st
The musical references mostly don't work at all. The "I Wanna Be Like You" number feels totally out of place in an otherwise intimidating scene, and Christopher Walken's hooting and mooing performance of the song is horrifying. The token use of "Bear Necessities" is more naturally implemented, but the similarly terrible "singing" by Bill Murray and child lead Neel Sethi ruin the moment.
Rated 08 May 2016
40
54th
Sure this movie was fine, but I want to tell a story. I saw this in the middle of a day during something called "Stars and Strollers". Basically, my local theater plays a kid's movie specially for mothers and nannies who are taking care of babies. As expected, the kids were pretty noisy, but that didn't affect me. Except for one kid. He was maybe 18 months and he would scream into a water bottle every so often &, I shit you not, it sounded like a tiger growling EVERY time he did. Terrifying.
Rated 12 Dec 2016
58
22nd
Eerily synthetic and detached despite all the charismatic voice talents (I'm guessing the soundfiles will be put to work at Disneyland eventually). By making Mowgli the only 'real' on-screen character it demanded far too much of the child actor and you can just sense the emptiness around him. I did enjoy the absurd King Louis scene for having the most out of place "I feel a song coming on" moment I've ever seen.
Rated 16 Apr 2016
50
46th
Disappointingly boring and unoriginal. The acting is all good but feels disjointed and unconnected. The visual effects are strong, but the talking falls into some area of the uncanny valley I can't put my finger on. Neel Sethi is a bottomless pit of bad acting. The best song in the movie is in the credits. My immediate reaction after it ended was "I wish I watched the animated film instead." Sorry guys, Cinderella worked; this failed.
Rated 11 May 2016
65
42nd
The film would have been far better without Mowgli, as he showed no growth or development beyond being the catalyst for the movement of the simple plot and I hurt every time he opened his mouth to whine through his lines. The film looked lovely and the voice cast was mostly excellent: qualities that made it worth watching. Side note: the film bears almost essentially no resemblance to the source material.
Rated 29 Apr 2016
7
57th
The Jungle Book is an enjoyable live action re-telling of the much loved Disney animated classic. I have long been skeptical about this adaption but credit to John Favreau for bringing this story to life with impressive and seamlessly believable special effects. The pacing on occasion can fall into feeling episodic and certain characters didn't necessarily serve the story. But Neel Sethi is absolutely wonderful as Mowgli and Bill Murray, Idriss Elba & Ben Kingsley all add stellar voice work.
Rated 17 Apr 2016
54
35th
The special effects are undeniably spectacular, and the voice cast is pretty great, too. In fact, the movie looks and sounds so good that it almost makes up for some seriously slack pacing--and, of course, that whole story about the happy little jungle boy who causes a bunch of animals to get killed and almost burns a whole forest down.
Rated 23 Jun 2017
63
38th
The algorithm that auto-generated my movie must have been glitching: it looked like Jungle Book but felt like Lion King (among other notables, a shot-for-shot climax), and sounded like King of New York. Needed at least 150 more people error-correcting the code.
Rated 25 Apr 2016
87
54th
This is good. The Jungle Book is carried with it's characters and good CGI. The young child was great. I did find him to be annoying in a couple of spots though. Loved the voice acting choices. They also did a great job of making Sheer-Khan look terrifying. I give this whole movie credit. Good story and directing. Only complaint I have is that there should have been more music. Other than that, it's probably the most solid way to do a remake. Worth watching.
Rated 21 Oct 2016
70
53rd
I'm a dumb animal and call fire "red flower" but damn if I know about honey exfoliation. One of my favourite things to do after watching a movie is to go on imdb and see what autistic connections some mongoloid mashed into IMDB connections and: Goodfellas (1990) The establishment of rules in a dangerous world. A+
Rated 07 May 2016
49
46th
So much talent is wasted, it's only Christopher Walken who stands out at all. This version tries to have it both ways with the jaunty sing-song side of things and the darker serious tone, but doesn't come down on either memorably (besides the aforementioned giant orang-utan slash Colonel Kurtz).
Rated 17 Apr 2016
80
73rd
Certainly the original is a wonderful and nostalgic film in its own right, but Favreau's remake is just as nice. Jungle Book takes you down a nostalgic path with all the great characters (and the best songs as well), while introducing great voice talent and fabulous effects to his production. The story is simple, but that's not a bad thing for this type of film. It won't win any awards, but I think I'll be remembering Jungle Book for a while.
Rated 20 Apr 2016
60
66th
As timeless as the animated classic is, this is better. Mainly because the changes to a number of strange characters in the original, such as the flamboyantly gay Kaa, the immediately-dated Beatles reference vultures, or the Mowgli-seducing 10-year-old Indian girl. Actually, it's where this relies heavily on the previous version that it struggles. While it's enjoyable to hear Walken and Murray bleating out the original's show-stoppers, it feels pretty out of place in this photorealistic remake.
Rated 26 Apr 2016
3
65th
This worked for me. I left impressed with the visuals, the voice acting, the tempo and the balance between a bland story and intense sequences. This was very well executed. *Good
Rated 14 May 2016
40
16th
Nothing more than an uninspired retread that exists purely to feed on people's nostalgia. It's not terrible, but it is pretty boring and the celebrity stunt casting is distracting as all hell. There are a couple of good moments, but for the most part I just have no idea why this movie was so highly praised.
Rated 02 Aug 2016
60
34th
Pretty, but forgettable. Pretty forgettable.
Rated 19 May 2016
80
62nd
Excellent update to the Rudyard Kipling story. I had a lot of fun with this one. I swear to Christ.
Rated 28 Apr 2016
60
41st
The special effects are fantastic, the villain is satisfyingly formidable and the darker elements of this version are well-measured. However, the story progression is episodic and stunted, with some characters (namely Kaa and King Louie) relegated to having no real bearing on the narrative, included only to remain in keeping with the Disney original. Unfortunately the songs don't really work at all either. Most importantly though, it's engaging and fun, so it does its job.
Rated 05 Sep 2016
73
36th
I saw this movie in theaters simply because all the other movies seemed like worse options, but was pleasantly surprised by it. Obviously the story is still idiotic, because - as Herzog so eloquently put it - nature is vile and base and thus: no, animals do not form peace treaties. Also, they have no interest whatsoever in helping out a boy that is moronic enough to put their habitat on fire. However, I was impressed by the CGI and the film as a whole felt very lively.
Rated 23 Apr 2016
73
42nd
I mean, Bill Murray playing a bear and Idris Elba playing a tiger. What more could you want?
Rated 10 Apr 2016
93
94th
This is not only a good film in its own right, but one that holds a candle to, complements and in some ways surpasses the original. The visuals in this are incredible - the biggest leap since Avatar - but in this case has a story to match that will stand the test of time. It follows the original tale somewhat closely with enough differences that there is genuine tension in everything that happens. It's perfectly cast as well. Must see.
Rated 18 Apr 2016
40
28th
A bunch of endangered animals give up their lives to protect a human in an already overpopulated India.
Rated 06 Sep 2016
68
65th
Some impressive CGI work lessens the blow of some underdeveloped relationships. It should entertain kids of almost all ages and be enough of a story and pretty colors to maintain adult interest.
Rated 02 May 2016
80
91st
In the beginning, it has a slight video game touch like Avatar, but once you are aware that nothing is real except Mowgli, it's truly astonishing - the visual effects are some of the best ever seen. The actors really bring the characters to life and the climactic ending just feels huge.
Rated 02 Jun 2016
62
63rd
It was cute... they had a very good cast. I don't think it quite lived up to the old Disney version despite obviously costing a lot more and being... photorealistic and a bit darker. The songs were the best part and there were only two.
Rated 18 Apr 2016
4
52nd
Don't really like the "classic" version of this (it's been years though) or the novel, but I found myself enjoying this. Stellar casting.
Rated 06 May 2016
91
69th
I was really happy to see how much I didn't hate this movie. I thought the kid was near perfect for the role. I expected more as I kept hearing how good it was, but something in the back of my mind kept telling me that it was going to be shit. Billoo Murray was great though. The movie was fun, the 3d was good, the environments were great to look at and the tiger was imposing. Thank you for making this movie not suck Jon Favreau.
Rated 27 Apr 2016
80
79th
Visually thrilling. Amazing special effects - the best I've probably seen.
Rated 17 Apr 2016
70
37th
Absolutely incredible special effects. The fact that Mowgli is the only real thing in the movie is astonishing. A nice "remake" of the classic film, this story holds up and is sure to be enjoyable to anyone.
Rated 18 Apr 2016
86
62nd
Disney may be accounting for half of the film industry's profits these days, but it's difficult to fault them when they keep giving talented directors their own multimillion dollar playgrounds to create in. Favreau's jungle is a character itself: expansive and teeming with life. Perhaps the biggest area this film pales in comparison to the animated version is with Shere Khan. Where he was once calculating sophistication hiding terrifying brutality, now he's just a simple monster.
Rated 06 Aug 2016
66
70th
It's hard to fault a film that borrows so heavily from the beloved animated classic that it was sourced from. The CGI is undeniably great. Kingsley, Murray and Elba's voice performances are perfect for their characters, and Sethi does a fine job as Mowgli. Johansson's Kaa was underwhelming. I admire the darker tone used for the King Louis scene, but it felt out of place given that the film was heavily mirroring the original up to this point. The climax is a bit of a let down as well.
Rated 19 Apr 2016
79
73rd
This animal shit better keep poppin. And I don't wanna see 3D ever again until maybe avatar sequels
Rated 25 Apr 2016
72
68th
Technically stunning and some loveable voice performances. Both Sethi and Murray are perfect, and their scenes together are probably the best. There were some tone issues though, particularly when it went for sinister and scary.
Rated 06 Sep 2016
76
58th
Highly satisfying remake. They definitely ramped up the violence!
Rated 28 Dec 2016
90
93rd
I suppose it is only natural to compare a follow-up / remake with the original, particularly when the original is so well loved, but this was amazing in just about all aspects. It must have been extremely hard to decide whether to have songs, and how much it should mirror the original, and hats off to Favreau for a simply marvellous film. I loved the mix of real dark threat and humour, and the story kept me guessing which well loved character was going to appear next. Elba & Sethi were terrific.
Rated 24 Apr 2016
80
82nd
But just as the Mouse House did with the live-action reboot of Cinderella in 2015, this 2016 iteration of The Jungle Book delivers a rollicking, breathtaking update to a beloved story about a boy and his remarkable--unlikely--companions. (They're brought to life with computer animation.) And their adventure reinforces important themes about what it means to be family, love one another, resist temptation and sacrifice our own desires when necessary for the good of others. (pluggedin.com)
Rated 14 Apr 2016
70
72nd
VX are amazing, and the story is very well build up for a kids film.
Rated 13 May 2016
25
20th
More like The Uncanny Valley Book, amirite? The narrative changes introduce thematic missteps -- the tension between Shere Khan and Mowgli is transformed into dueling revenges -- and it's padded by a lot of dull CGI chases/fights. Man, having Mowgli remain in the jungle is such a crass and disrespectful departure from the original text, made worse due to the transparently commercial intentions at work: Disney just wanted to leave the door open for a sequel.
Rated 20 Apr 2016
5
57th
Gotta admit I'm baffled by this film's 95% on Rotten Tomatoes. I mean, it's not BAD. The CGI jungle is gorgeous, on par with Avatar, and the core voice cast (Kingsley, Murray, Elba) is perfect. But it's a weirdly lumpy, episodic and nostalgia-reliant narrative, with characters like Kaa and Louie showing up to put in their five minutes and promptly vanishing again. The actioned-up climax fails to impress, and the ending scene lacks any of the thought-provoking mystery of the original.
Rated 30 May 2016
90
76th
Fantastic film that carries itself thanks to CGI and a great child actor. It does feel like a little stretched out but is able to capture the charm and magic of the original animated film. My current favorite live action remake of a Disney classic.
Rated 26 Dec 2016
75
77th
Most entertaining blockbuster of the year - and a pleasant surprise.
Rated 17 Sep 2016
67
61st
Visually a genuine achievement, with a largely quality voice cast. This films biggest asset is probably the constant sense of peril that surrounds Mowgli at all times. A slightly rushed final act and some underdeveloped characters do it no favours, but certainly this is entertaining.
Rated 29 Aug 2016
50
29th
The visuals are amazing, but the kid playing Mowgli isn't very good, and - instead of giving us a fresh new take on the story - the film seems content to coast on its highly familiar references.
Rated 11 Jul 2016
82
51st
Kind of brought down by it's need to refer back to the cartoon but still overall a well made movie with some of the best cgi characters ever brought to film.
Rated 17 Apr 2016
50
38th
I really can't say what justifies remaking this. The classic is a million times better, and this doesn't do anything new other than impressive visual effects which on their own are worth nothing. I don't particularly like criticizing child actors but Neel Sethi is so unconvincing that it very nearly ruined the film for me on its own. Left me with nothing other than a desire to watch the original.
Rated 26 May 2016
78
71st
This is a well made and very entertaining film. The special effects are fantastic in this movie. Neel Sethi is great in the lead role and the actors doing the voices for the animated characters all seem to be having a blast. I would recommend this film.
Rated 20 Dec 2018
24
1st
This movie taught me the true meaning of the Uncanny Valley. Whenever one of the animals was talking, I felt physically repulsed in my stomach and a voice in my head started shouting "Kill it with fire!". Trying to go for a photorealistic look seems extremely wrong and misguided to me. On top of that, the main kid can't act to save his life and looks like he filmed all of his scenes on an over-lit soundstage (which he probably did). Great voice cast though.
Rated 28 Apr 2016
6
43rd
Despite the up to date special effects and the camera work taking you on a taster for a new Disney ride , this was captivating old fashioned story telling for all ages. A good mix of peril and humour, good guys and a villain.
Rated 02 Dec 2016
70
41st
Holy moly, those visual effects!
Rated 26 Aug 2016
65
54th
tonally this is about as over the place as a contemporary zak snyder DC film. the prime example being this intimidating as fuck orang-utan busting out "i wanna be like you" and then going on a rampage. it just doesn't work. the kid is mostly in way over his head with the bluescreen, you can always tell he's acting into a void. why not go all the way and make him cgi, too? because that part worked surprisingly well. awesome animation, incredible detail and a bad-ass antagonist.
Rated 31 May 2016
79
48th
The adventures of Mowgli (Neel Sethi), Bagheera (Ben Kingsley), Baloo (Bill Murray), and the brutal Shere Khan (Idris Elba). Aside from the superior CGI and live-action protagonist, it's not much more than an updating of the 1967 animated version. On that level, it's generally entertaining, although the story seems a touch under-developed and the humor occasionally borders on the intrusive. Sethi does well enough, but the voice-work around him is decidedly more impressive.
Rated 24 Apr 2016
75
42nd
The Positives: The CGI is actually really good-looking, the voices are perfect, and the film as a whole balances adventure with thrills surprisingly well. The Negatives: Very lacking in the plot and story areas, and thematically there isn't much going for it beyond "Be who you are", where they tease a lot more like overcoming fear and prejudice. But overall, this is a fun and harmless adventure story with more than just the bare necessities.
Rated 18 Apr 2016
76
54th
Impressive "jungle", some of the best CGI ive seen and a fine family watch.
Rated 02 Jan 2017
75
77th
In Disney's ongoing effort to eradicate their legacy as an animation studio by remaking every single classic as live action, this one stands out as something unexpected: A proper good children's movie vastly superior to their first iteration in almost every way.
Rated 24 Apr 2016
72
59th
In IMAX 3D, this is a simple and fun amusement park ride of a movie, full of enjoyable setpieces to fill out a story that struggles to fill a padded-out runtime 30 minutes longer than the original movie. The effects are often great but sometimes a bit lacking - it swings in and out of uncanny valley territory. But I wanted to pet all the animals, so overall it was a fun time.
Rated 26 Mar 2018
55
43rd
I guess I'm just not a Jungle Book kind of guy.
Rated 09 May 2016
81
18th
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Rated 30 Mar 2020
25
11th
Nice effects, very distorted dimensions (gigantothingy?) - Annoying kid, disappointing ending. #TeamShere
Rated 03 Oct 2016
60
43rd
It was pretty decent. I quite liked a few of the changes - they expanded on parts & characters that really helped distinguish it as well as enrich the world of the movie. I definitely didn't like how fake it looked at first, but you do get used to it, and it is a true cinematic feat. The voice casting is all pretty good. However, the kid playing Mowgli is no good. Not awful, but not as good as he needs to be for this important role. I didn't love it, but it wasn't nearly as bad as I feared
Rated 15 Apr 2016
80
89th
The Jungle Book is a very strong update of both the 1967 animated film and the original stories. It's almost entirely done with computers, save for the protagonist, but the result is one of the best CGI worlds ever made. The lead actor is good, the vocal performances are great, and the film looks amazing. Its plot isn't anything special, but it's elevated by a couple of themes that will resonate with the audience. It's fun, and it's another successful "live-action" Disney remake.
Rated 23 Apr 2016
60
32nd
Certainly good for what it is, but it had some baffling issues for me. It's also far too scary for a kids film, making this hard to pinpoint who the target audience was and didn't really justify the point of making into a live-action film. The kid Mowgli and the voice actors are fine (though ScarJo as Kaa is wasted), and one song worked well and the other was one of the previously mentioned issues.
Rated 12 Jun 2017
96
92nd
Wonderful adventure film is an exhilarating throw-back to the kind of light-hearted, good natured entertainment of yesteryear - while still packing a considerable emotional punch throughout. Sethi is a perfect, unselfconscious Mowgli, and engaging, convincing CGI along with a stellar voice cast bring the animal characters to vivid life - perhaps expectedly, Murray is a standout as Baloo, but Elba's villain, and a hilarious cameo by Walken as King Louis, are definite highlights.
Rated 16 Jul 2016
74
71st
Stunning effects and emotionally affecting.
Rated 17 Sep 2016
65
31st
I can't deny this is a gorgeous looking movie. It's got the technical bits perfected. But, at the end of the day, I felt there was something missing here. It's missing that Disney magic. Yes, there was some song and dance in there, and a couple of the characters are charming and hilarious (lol Chris Walken), but I think it was maybe too dark for its own good. And the kid wasn't all that great either; he never demonstrates any growth or development even after the trials. An ok movie overall.
Rated 28 Aug 2016
68
20th
The kid is a bad actor and the rest is uneven, with some bright moments and some eye rolling ones. More than anything it feels completely unnecessary, but it's not bad.
Rated 02 Jun 2018
89
85th
84.50+4.94 = 89.44.
Rated 26 Jan 2017
45
21st
Technically great, but not quite great enough to make you forget it's shot on a sound stage. Too few songs to be a musical, too many if it's not. Walken is great though.
Rated 15 Aug 2022
80
49th
It is pretty cool but it doesn't really follow the book or the movie. Kind of wilds out on its own
Rated 03 Dec 2016
80
68th
It replaces the whimsical light-hearted charm of the original with an epic action-adventure film, and surprisingly, this was the better of the two. Who would've thought the Jungle Book had enough lore and thematic depth to make a good drama? Well, besides those who read the novel I guess.
Rated 10 Apr 2017
75
40th
As I wade through the jungle of live-action remakes from Disney I come to a conclusion. This was a money-grab all the way. The film is hardly different at all compared to the 1967 animated version. One difference is notable, there is a single live-action person in the movie played by a young boy named Neel Sethi. He's quite young, so I shouldn't be too hard on him, but honestly I wish Mowgli would have just been animated...
Rated 29 Mar 2017
80
18th
It looks really nice but something is missing that I can't place. Songs don't really feel like they fit in also.
Rated 18 Aug 2023
82
76th
Loses 10 points for Christopher Walken as King Louie, Shere Khan's motives are a little fuzzier at parts- but I liked a lot of the rest of it- I thought Baloo especially was much more fleshed out for motive.
Rated 13 Nov 2016
58
60th
Nice youth sentiment, although I would still prefer the original Jungle Book. As I would for all the 'old' animated movies; they somehow feel a lot better. 58/100.
Rated 04 Dec 2016
74
83rd
I liked this a hell of a lot more than I thought I would. The effects were really good for the most part and I liked that they made it darker. The humor was alright and didn't distract too much but the musical numbers just didn't fit in this story and really hampered the whole thing. The boy who played Mowgli wasn't very good and you could tell he was stiff and it was even more obvious when he was blankly acting against a green screen.
Rated 18 Sep 2016
71
60th
A visually good representation of Kipling's story. I was a bit afraid of what this would become, a movie with only one real actor, a kid, but it soon won me over and I enjoyed every minute of it.
Rated 11 Mar 2017
63
82nd
#17#, exp3, rw3, popcorn, story, ratings, voice-cast!
Rated 26 Apr 2016
30
22nd
no one told me this was actually a remake of My Two Dads
Rated 27 Apr 2016
3
9th
real strong voice acting was about the only good thing.
Rated 22 Aug 2016
70
35th
Can be viewed as an allegory of this new global society, trying to accept a dangerous specie (or predator culture) with a politically correct agenda. But everything fails miserably. The discurse can be seeing everywhere:The mancub adopted por liberal leftists (wolf-to-pack pack-to-wolf mantra) wolves, or the stone of peace so "important" to the prey species. Shere Khan was right, his only fault was not to be able to convince others about the danger of trying to tame a potencial hazard.
Rated 02 Jan 2017
13
64th
W4E1P2S1V2M1A1R1.
Rated 25 Dec 2018
2
46th
[2D] The 3d-ness was intrusive and it's desperte-seeming shota t 'meaningful' or epic or something just made it much longer than it neede to be.
Rated 04 Feb 2020
74
51st
Quite good actually
Rated 12 Nov 2016
93
78th
A-
Rated 15 May 2016
7
64th
Enjoyable, good to look at it and holds your interest. Few characters could of done with more screen time is my only real niggle. Can see myself revisiting.
Rated 16 Apr 2016
72
64th
A well made film that was enjoyable but did not wow me in any way.
Rated 08 Jan 2019
100
70th
Shere Khan is love, Shere Khan is life
Rated 29 Dec 2018
72
55th
A bit more edge than the classic Disney animation, but the songs are sort of ruined. No one wants to hear Walken sing. It's bad. However, still enjoyable, and very well put together.
Rated 07 Aug 2016
70
40th
Bland.
Rated 09 Dec 2016
80
78th
Much better than anticipated. I had not seen the cartoon version so the story line beyond the basic premise was new to me. The CGI was quite impressive as was the majority of the voice acting. I didn't enjoy the kid at first but he grew on me by the end.
Rated 03 Sep 2017
65
30th
True to it's nature. Some things were actually a lot darker than the original.. like King Louie.. holy moly he was scary :o. Very well put together and even the credits were worth the watch :). They even kept some of the songs in!
Rated 16 Mar 2022
40
19th
eng; [the jungle book]; ein waisenjunge wird von einem puma gefunden und wächst in der obhut einer wolfsfamilie auf - doch als shir kahn jagd auf den jungen macht flieht dieser zu seinen artgenossen.; (sehr gute CGI; seltsamer genremix mit der zielgruppe eltern die das original gesehen haben; definitiv kein kinderfilm!);
Rated 01 Sep 2016
67
58th
It's a well made family movie that brings back a beloved cast of characters that are able to create nostalgic moments among many, visually very strong with remarkable CGI-animation but unfortunately the story doesn't match the visuals.
Rated 06 Jan 2017
7
81st
Director Jon Favreau conjures up a magical place to get lost in. And that's just one of the dazzling delights in The Jungle Book, a visual marvel that cuts a direct path to the heart. Favreau, the director of films as diverse as Elf, Iron Man and Chef, has managed to blend what's best in the jungle stories of Rudyard Kipling and the 1967 animated Disney version into something unique and unforgettable.
Rated 08 Apr 2018
80
85th
I didn't expect much from this movie as it was little talked about, there was no advertising hype, no toys, no kids singing songs from the movie 24/7, etc. However, it turned out to be a surprisingly enjoyable film. I should have guessed it would be good. I mean, there's no such thing as a bad Bill Murray movie, is there? The CGI jungle was very well done as well.
Rated 28 Apr 2018
60
40th
Although technically superb and mostly fun, it just doesnt pass a certain mehness. Too much for children, and not too much for adults in their. Enjoyable but not great.
Rated 18 Jul 2018
72
42nd
not necessary, but certainly a step above most if not all of the live action disney remakes. but that is a low bar
Rated 15 Mar 2017
55
34th
Tarzan'ın çocukluk hikayesi.
Rated 21 Apr 2016
65
51st
A nice change in tone but it still keeps bare necessities and character of the original. I would have liked a bit more of some characters and when surrounded by such great talent, they do sort of show Sethi up to be a little under par unfortunately but it's still pretty solid and the CGI is top notch.

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