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Space Jam: A New Legacy

Space Jam: A New Legacy
Space Jam: A New Legacy

Year

2021

Duration

115 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Sport

Language

English

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Synopsis

Dom, the son of basketball icon LeBron James, wishes to become a video game developer rather than following in his father’s sporting footsteps. After an argument, LeBron and Dom find themselves trapped inside a server, a virtual space ruled by a cruel A.I. known as Al-G Rhythm. With his son captured, the only way LeBron can save him is by accepting the A.I.’s challenge: to win a game of basketball against Al-G Rhythm’s digitised champions, a team of powered-up virtual avatars of professional basketball stars, known as the Goon Squad. Even worse, LeBron must somehow do so with Looney Tunes characters – including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and Porky Pig – as his unruly teammates. Arriving 25 years after the original film which stars Michael Jordan, this high-energy sequel introduces viewers to a new age of basketball talent while retaining funny and familiar cartoon characters.

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12A Classification

very mild slapstick, language

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