If there is one thing that Hollywood is good at is ruining our favoritechildhood films, but not with this film. So The jungle book focuses ona boy named Mowgli that is raised by a pack of wolves in the jungle.But when a tiger named Shere khan learns of his presence, he must fleethe jungle in search for the man village. Helping him get there is apanther named Bagheera and a bear named Baloo that must protect himuntil they reach they reach their final destination. First the pros.The special effects are amazing! I've never seen cgi animals look sorealistic on screen before. Neel Sethi does a good job at playingMowgli. Considering that this kid had to work with nothing, then he isdoes an excellent job. The characters are very likable. Whether theyare good guys or villains. The story seems kinda simple, but when it isdirected in a way that makes it entertaining, then your going to findyourself liking this film. To be completely honest i didn't see anycons to this movie. Overall i really enjoyed the jungle book. It wasfun, visually dazzling, action packed, and funny at times. One thingsfor sure when it is on DVD, I am going to buy it.
The Jungle Book (2016) 3D YIFY Movie
The Jungle Book (2016) 3D
After a threat from the tiger Shere Khan forces him to flee the jungle, a man-cub named Mowgli embarks on a journey of self discovery with the help of panther, Bagheera, and free spirited bear, Baloo.
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The Synopsis for The Jungle Book (2016) 3D
The man-cub Mowgli flees the jungle after a threat from the tiger Shere Khan. Guided by Bagheera the panther and the bear Baloo, Mowgli embarks on a journey of self-discovery, though he also meets creatures who don't have his best interests at heart.
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The Reviews for The Jungle Book (2016) 3D
Reviewed bylarrymeersVote: 10/10/10
To those who still hold any degree of skepticism for Jon Favreau's The Jungle Book—Disney's live-action adaptation of the Rudyard Kiplingclassic—I say just sing along to "Forget about your worries and your strife?" That's a guaranteed earworm from this really good film. Complete with splendid sound design and flabbergasting CGI wizardry, director Favreau, with cinematographer Bill Pope, deftly crafts this spectacle not only to dazzle viewers but also to enhance its dramatic agenda.
With an excellent voice cast, The Jungle Book presents a colorful array of memorable characters. Idris Elba as Shere Kahn is chillingly formidable with his guttural threats. Ben Kingsley brings nobility and wisdom in the sleek jungle cat Bagheera. In her short sequence as the python Kaa, Scarlett Johansson delivers the film's backstory with a magnetic voice. Giancarlo Eposito's Akela and Lupita Nyong'o's Raksha supply the fierce patriarch and protective maternal vibes needed by their characters. Christopher Walken as the mafia-king orangutan waiting for extinction is an oddly delightful sight, especially when he starts to sing. Bill Murray as the manipulative sloth bear Baloo is a crowd favorite as he blurs the line between being annoying and adorable. Even the lesser animals (porcupine, pygmy hog, squirrel, etc.) manage to steal the show as sources of comic relief.
In his first feature appearance, Neel Sethi as young Mowgli is tasked with selling the wonder and portraying the humanity of this tale. Considering that he is basically working within the confines of his imagination and a green screen room for the entire film, he manages to make everything believable: the beauty and danger of the jungle, his kinetic and charismatic character, and his deep connection with the animals. Of course, this is owed in large part to Jon Favreau's direction's too. A magical scene in the film (and my favorite!): an infant Mowgli and Bagheera's innocently touches Bagheera's face. It's a sweet moment, a reminder that the there's a seed of humanity in each of us.
Although the film comes a bit dark, fans are not robbed of iconic songs such as "The Bare Necessities", "I Wanna Be Like You," and a jovial musical scoring for the film (thanks to John Debney). Old as it may, the story of The Jungle Book remains an affecting contemplation on the virtues of family, self-growth, and man's progress at the expense of nature. The Jungle Book successfully opens a new chapter in cinema's visual storytelling prowess. It deserves to be seen, and unequivocally needs to be experienced in 3D or better, an IMAX theater. It is immersive, it is enchanting, and it is wonderful.
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This movie got High Rating by critics, a lots of them put it as number one in 2016 (https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_jungle_book_2016) so I expected nothing but perfect, Unfortunately it was disappointing.
At first, the voices did not fit with the movement of the characters, except Bill Mary as Baloo.
The CGI was good, but it was too much , throughout the film It did not felt that i am in the Jungle , it was like i am inside a computer game, nothing naturally was there except the child.
Then, we have the kid Neel Sethi who Was Terrible, no feelings, no a spirit of Mowgli, the kid was lost between the computer graphics.
And The story, I expected it more depth , something new , Unfortunately there was no any addition at all, in fact it was more short version of the story.
I did not feel the spirit of Mowgli (fun and smart kid), I did not feel the crazy jungle, no atmosphere of this beautiful story, just A LOTS of Computer-generated imagery (CGI).