99 minutes


Action and Adventure, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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In this frantic, funny and effects-filled adventure, two kids move into a house that has stood empty for years. They find a strange old board-game with a jungle setting: what could be the harm in playing? Well, the game could come to life, releasing a man who's been trapped in it for 25 years, along with some rampaging animals! Now the three of them have to finish the game, which means having lions and monkeys and crocodiles loose all over the house and the town!

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language and contains mild fantasy horror.

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