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After the events of ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’, Spencer, Martha, Bethany and Fridge have moved on with their lives. But with Spencer and Martha’s long-distance relationship on a break, he’s struggling to maintain the confidence and strength he found in the world of the game through his avatar. Spencer therefore decides to travel back into the world of Jumanji, with his friends following suit to rescue him. But with the game glitching, only Martha and Fridge are sucked into the world of Jumanji, along with Spencer’s grandfather Eddie and his old pal Milo, with Bethany left behind. As a result, chaos ensues inside the game – which has seen some changes of its own – with new terrain, characters and abilities, although the rules stay the same. And this time, they don’t get to choose their avatars, with hilarious results. ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ is a fun sequel which adds enough fresh ideas while remaining faithful to the films that came before it.
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Visually peerless example of Hollywood coming to terms with computers, in which programmer Kevin Flynn get sucked into a game.
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An eccentric billionaire opens a theme park where dinosaurs have been brought back to life but things quickly begin to spiral out of control.
Scott Pilgrim finally meets the girl of his dreams but must fight for her affection in this highly stylised, energetic action comedy.
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