The scientist father of a teenage girl and boy accidentally shrinks his and two other neighborhood teens to the size of insects. Now the teens must fight diminutive dangers as the father searches for them.
After being trapped in a jungle board game for 26 years, a Man-Child finally wins his release from it. But he is immediately forced to resume play, and this time, savage jungle creatures are released into the city. He must stop them, but how?Written by
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When Van Pelt enters the gun store, the music playing on the radio is the national anthem for Mexico.
When the film was released in Mexico itself it was changed to feature another musical score. It is an infringement of Mexican law to play the anthem for commercial or mockery situations, deliberately or not, although in the U.S. Territories it is in the public domain. See more »
When the paint cans all fall onto Van Pelt, he is shown having color splotches all over him. When paint is at a store, it is white until color is mixed into it. See more »
Now, let's try to relax, finish our dinner, and talk about something else.
Well, we found out why you got this house so cheap. 26 years ago, a kid named Alan Parrish used to live here. Then one day, he just disappeared, because his parents chopped him up in little pieces and hid him in the walls.
Okay, that's it. I am sick and tired of your lies, young lady. You're grounded.
Fine, there's nowhere to go in this stupid town, anyway. And just for your information, that wasn't a lie.
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The movie ends with 2 beautiful girls at the beach, while the Jumanji board game is buried in the sand See more »
At the end of the film, Alan and Sarah give Judy and Peter a Christmas gift. In the theatrical version, the kids open their gifts up to reveal new sneakers named "Jumanjis" See more »
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Traditional 16th century Christmas carol
Also played and sung by guests at the Christmas Party See more »
Not for those who have spent more time watching Star Wars than at the library.
The hauntingly beautiful illustrations of the children's book are animated in this unique adventure for the entire family. Artistic at each turn this movie is probably not meant for those who have spent more time watching Star Wars than at the library. At least one reviewer could not understand why the computer images were not as "realistic" as in other computer generated animated films. That would be like asking why Roger Rabbit does not look like a real rabbit. They are not supposed to be real. The characters of Jumanji have literally popped out of the children's illustrations full of life and imagination. Similar to Roger Rabbit it meshes two different worlds together. Have fun. Read the book. Watch the movie. Play the game.
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