A meditative study on the death of creativity, the bittersweet agony of memory and grief, and the need for connection, be it human or animal.
Follows the typical pattern of a Shyamalan project: a good idea with slightly better than average storytelling that culminates in a finale reveal that’s an anticlimactic letdown.
A fast-paced adventure sequel that’s packed with action, laughs, and the idea that friendship can foster a family.
Here is the rare movie that demands repeat viewings, and will undoubtedly leave audiences unsettled regardless of whether it’s being watched the first, third, or fifth time around.
“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” is one of the biggest and best surprises of the year, and it’s everything a big-budget popcorn movie should aspire to be.