Jungle to Jungle is about two sisters who explore exotic places in their airship with the help of their app-based friend Livingstone in order to answer questions submitted to them from real-life kids around the world.
Mark D. Matthews,
Weller B. Killebrew,
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A New York commodities broker who was married several years ago has been separated from his wife. Now he wants to marry his new girlfriend, so he has to divorce her first. So he goes to Venezuela, and is brought deep into the jungle and told that when they separated she was pregnant and chose not to tell him since he stated he was not really interested in becoming a father. Today, the boy has reached the age where he has to go on a quest, in New York, so his father reluctantly brings him along, and a culture clash follows. The boy has spent all of his life with the tribe he grew up with, and his father has a bit of problem so he can't spent as much as time with his son as his son likes. Written by
In addition to relocating from Paris to New York, the character Mimi-Siku was made much older than the preteen in the French version. This was largely due to Americans' general discomfort with young love, under the explanation that "a teenager can get into more trouble." Additionally, despite American Mimi-Siku's having lived in the wild, there's less difference in the skin tones of the two male leads than in the original French film. This was done to emphasize their kinship. See more »
In the car, when Mimi-Siku shoots the fly on the sun visor, Michael puts it up once, then tells Mimi to put his blowgun away. Then right before Michael exits the vehicle, the sun visor is down again, and he puts it back up as he leaves. See more »
A stockbroker finds out he has a son and takes him from one jungle to another, the city.
Truly a fantastic movie. I've seen it a dozen times in just a few weeks. It's funny to see a businessman trying to be a caring father. And how Mimi reacts to the big city. It's also great to see young talented actors (Sam Huntington, Leelee Sobieski) work with giants (Tim Allen, Martin Short). I could really relate to Mimi. I hope that anyone who's reading this goes and rent (or buy) Junge2Jungle right now.
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