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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,
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
An American remake of the successful French movie Little Indian, Big City (1994) (An Indian In The City). The plot follows the original fairly closely, except that the original was set in Paris rather than New York, and Mimi-Siku climbed the Eiffel Tower rather than the Statue of Liberty. See more »
When Michael Cromwell first arrives in the village, a cordless microphone transmitter can be seen on the back of the Chief. See more »
Tim Allen made this film at the height of his fame,and this is probably one of his better films.
The story itself is pretty simple. Business man learns he has a son raised in the jungle and then has to adapt to the son living with him in the city.
Allen plays a similar sort of character to the one he did in 'The Santa Clause' and the film really plays to his strengths. Although he has tried to do more edgy films (Crazy on the outside, which was pretty poor) Allen has always produced his best work with Disney and with John Pasquin as director.
The film also features a not well explored relationship between Allen's character and his love interest but far more interesting is the chemistry between Allen and Martin Short. They play of each other so well that it makes you wonder what went so wrong when 9 years later they teamed up for 'The Santa Clause 3'.
Overall if you're looking for a good Tim Allen film then look no further.
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