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The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book
The Jungle Book

Film Details

Year

2016

Duration

106 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English (English subtitles)


Synopsis

Rudyard Kipling’s beloved story of a young boy raised in the Indian jungle by wolves gets a visually lavish live-action adaptation. Despite friendships with loyal bear Baloo and Bagheera the panther, the jungle remains a dangerous place for Mowgli, full of nasty predators. Under threat from vicious man-eating tiger Shere Khan and sinister serpent Baa, Mowgli is forced on an epic but dangerous journey of self-discovery. With an all-encompassing and immersive environment to play with, combining live-action with CGI, the film mixes spectacle with heart and a sincere message around destruction of the environment. Fans of the animated version’s classic tunes will also be relieved to hear they receive another outing.

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PG Classification

Mild threat.

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