So here we go again! If you saw Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle you’ll know what to expect: action, thrills, and humour in abundance, but with enough tweaks to make things feel fresh.
If you’ve seen the trailers and, to be honest, they’ve been difficult not to see then you’ll know the premise is the same as before: a group of friends get sucked into a game and have to win to get back home.
They’re ascribed avatars with varying strengths and weaknesses, and a lot of the humour comes from the mismatch between the real world person and the character they’ve been landed with. This time around the characters are enhanced by another generation, and this leads to more comic situations.
Once again, the CGI is flawless and the action is very well choreographed. The animals are believable and the fights are exciting. The humour is pitched at the right level so it doesn’t distract from the story.
Enough is the same that you know what’s going on, but enough is different to make it interesting. All in all, it’s a brisk romp and the two hours fly by. I’ll be seeing it again within the week!
About The Peetimes: I’ve managed to find a few Peetimes which can either be easily described or appeared in the trailers. Be warned though…there is action throughout this film, and it starts pretty soon after each of these Peetimes!
There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Jumanji: The Next Level. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)
Rated (PG-13) for adventure action, suggestive content and some language
Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy
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