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Jumanji – The Next Level Movie Review: Dwayne Johnson

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4.5 out of 5
Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Ashley Scott 
Directed By
Jake Kasdan
Producted By
Dwayne Johnson, Dany Garcia, Hiram Garcia, Matt Tolmach, William Teitler, Jake Kasdan
Release Date
11 December 2019

In this movie, Alex’s father finds the board game on the sea and takes it home for his son. In Jumanji Judy and peter immediately sat down to play, Alex enemies tossing it side, who play it first. Although the board game version of Jumanji had several rules specific to rolling dice, the video game version adapts the mechanics of its gameplay to fit its new format.

Now instead of taking turns, the players work together to complete levels, each with its own goals and challenges. The next time Alex opens the box, he sees it contains not a board game, but a video game cartridge. It would seem that Jumanji is a game that wants to be played, and when it became clear that Alex had no interest in video games, it altered its form to something that would be more enticing to him. Read more: The Underwater Movie Review: Kristen Stewart

In the first film, Jumanji goes 100 years without being played, so it’s possible that it can’t change its form unless it’s first exposed to a different version of a game that it can copy. If a player dies, assuming they have an additional life, they’ll respawn, along with any objects they were holding when they died, appearing in the sky over the game and landing in approximately the same spot. Read more: The Grudge Movie Review: Sarah Michelle Gellar


Jumanji’s rating is 4.5 out of 5. The next level Jumanji is all about the friends to know about the new change in the game, as they soon discover there’s more obstacles and more danger to get overcome. The gang is back but the game has changed in this part.

All you really need to understand, each avatar effectively assumes their player’s personality and mannerisms, is that the Rock gets to chew on a New Jersey accent while Kevin Hart speaks in leisurely run-on sentences for a change. Overall the movie is good and the performance is superb all the actors are as up to the challenge as ever, it’s fun trying to figure out, purely based on gestures and expressions, who’s playing whom. Read more: Chhapaak Movie Review: Deepika Padukone

It is the way less fun having to endure Spencer and Martha’s relationship woes or Eddie and Milo’s bucket list routine. The Jumanji masterminds experience on all this artificial. I recommend this movie to watch because this film is the family movie and also very interesting you will never get bored after watching it more than 1 times.

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