General Information

Glossary: J
Released Year: 2017
Runtime: 119 minutes
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
Directors: Jake Kasdan
Casts: Alex Wolff, Rohan Chand, Jack Black, Marc Evan Jackson, Missi Pyle, Marin Hinkle, Dwayne Johnson, Bobby Cannavale, Jamie Renell, Ser'Darius Blain, Sylvia Jefferies, Kevin Hart, Carlease Burke, Rhys Darby, Tim Matheson, Nick Jonas, Colin Hanks, Morgan Turner, John Archer Lundgren, Maribeth Monroe, Karen Gillan, Danny Pardo, Tracey Bonner, Madison Iseman, Mason Guccione, Juan Gaspard, Jemarko Jones, Tahseen Ghauri, William Walker, Friday Chamberlain, Ruby Bustamante, Virginia Newcomb, Jonnah-Blaine Bowling, Maiya Boyd, William Tokarsky, Sean Buxton, Natasha Charles Parker, Kat Altman, Michael Shacket, Natasha Mayet, Ted Williams, Najah Jackson, Maddie Nichols, Darian Baker, Sarah Fawaz, Max Ortiz Jr., Daniel Salyers, Ashley Lonardo, Demetrice Nguyen, Jonathan Louis Ramos, Martin Feigen, Leeza Jones, Tad Sallee, Tyler Stormant, Cory Michael Peeler, Chrysta-Lyn Rodrigues, Ryan Baughman, Kevin Montgomery, Na Bil, Jeffery Clarke, Mario Fernandez, Stanislav Mruz, John Early, Lyric Jefferson
IMDB: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) - IMDB

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User Rating:
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IMDB Rating: 7.0


Screen International - Kim Newman
It’s an entertaining, engaging, colourful picture in its own right with decently-handled action-adventure set-pieces and sly comedy, detouring from the expected thrills and spills into body-hopping comedy drama.
TheWrap - Dave White
Jumanji: Welcome to The Jungle is the Christmas tentpole release that aims to please and succeeds, a funny family entertainment product that subverts more expectations than it was obligated to contractually.
IGN - Alex Welch
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle brings audiences back to its classic fictional world with a fun, updated new twist on its well-worn story. So even if some of its subplots and emotional throughlines don’t quite click, the action-packed fun and humor should still make it worth your price of admission.
The Hollywood Reporter - John DeFore
The film's main appeal is in watching familiar actors pretend to be ordinary kids grappling with their new selves.
Vanity Fair - Hillary Busis
The film strikes a nice balance between serviceable, not-overly-slick action scenes—we’ve come a long way from those shoddily animated monkeys—and comedy that’s actually rooted in character, rather than cheap references or stereotypes.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017)

The tables are turned as four teenagers are sucked into Jumanji's world - pitted against rhinos, black mambas and an endless variety of jungle traps and puzzles. To survive, they'll play as characters from the game.