Jack the Giant Slayer

Jack the Giant Slayer
Jack the Giant Slayer




114 minutes


Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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We all know the story of Jack and the Beanstalk: a foolish boy is reprimanded by his mother after selling the family cow in exchange for magic beans. He climbs a beanstalk to a land above the clouds and outwits a giant, earning various riches along the way. This film bears little resemblance to the fairy tale. It features more characters (including a princess in need of rescuing), more special effects and, most importantly, more giants. Rather than a game of cat-and-mouse with an oversized misery-guts, Jack the Giant Slayer finds himself involved in an all-out war between two species.


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Contains moderate fantasy violence and threat, and mild bad language.

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