Tag: Jungle Cruise

Jungle Cruise (a film mini-review by Mark R. Leeper and Evelyn C. Leeper).

May 11, 2022 | By | Reply More
Jungle Cruise (a film mini-review by Mark R. Leeper and Evelyn C. Leeper).

Jungle Cruise (the movie) was based on “Jungle Cruise”, a Disneyland ride, so we weren’t expecting much, and were definitely pleasantly surprised. (Then again, so was PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, and that turned out well.) It does add to the story some supernatural elements apparently not found in Disneyland. Screenwriters Michael Green, Glenn Ficarra, and […]

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Jungle Cruise (fantasy adventure movie: a Mark Kermode film review).

July 31, 2021 | By | Reply More
Jungle Cruise (fantasy adventure movie: a Mark Kermode film review).

Jungle Cruise is the new fantasy adventure movie from Disney, kind of like The African Queen meets Indiana Jones. Dwayne Johnson plays Captain Frank “Skipper” Wolff, a cynical steamboat captain who reluctantly agrees to guide two explorers on a quest for the Tree of Life – Emily Blunt (Dr. Lily Houghton), an eccentric scientist, and Jack Whitehall as Lily’s […]

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Jungle Cruise: trailer (new fantasy adventure movie brings on The Mummy/Indiana Jones pulp).

May 29, 2021 | By | Reply More
Jungle Cruise: trailer (new fantasy adventure movie brings on The Mummy/Indiana Jones pulp).

The new full trailer for the fantasy-adventure movie Jungle Cruise by Jaume brings on the full Indiana Jones/The Mummy vibe, with the mismatched adventurers hitting some deep-jungle Cthulhu and angry Germans in u-boats as they seek an immortality-granting Tree of Life. A good cast with Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, Édgar Ramírez, Jack Whitehall, Jesse Plemons, […]

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Jungle Cruise (fantasy movie trailer: Indiana Jones meets The African Queen).

October 11, 2019 | By | Reply More
Jungle Cruise (fantasy movie trailer: Indiana Jones meets The African Queen).

Here’s the film trailer for the 1930s-set fantasy movie Jungle Cruise – think Indiana Jones meets The African Queen. It has Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, and Jack Whitehall in it, and will hit the cinema on July 24th 2020 from Walt Disney Pictures.

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