Jumanji, one of the most unique--and dangerous--board games ever, falls into the hands of the curious teen, Alan Parrish, in 1969. Mysterious and magical, the game strands the unsuspecting boy in the lush, savage forests of a mythical realm. Nearly three decades later, the game releases him before the awed eyes of the young orphaned siblings, Judy and Peter Shepherd. Now, the wild and incessant beat of the jungle's tribal drums is calling for the now-adult Alan and the other hesitant players, as the one who rolls the dice must never leave undone what the roll has started. Has anyone ever escaped from the game and Jumanji's formidable foes?Written by
Himno Nacional Mexicano
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Written by Francisco González Bocanegra and Jaime Nunó
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One of the best family movies
One of the best 90's child's movie. Includes adventure, humor and love.
The plot heightens the intensity of the jungle by bringing a board game to actual life, with really good special effects for a 90's film.
Robin Williams is amazing as always and his role also symbolizes the struggling bond between father and son and overcoming fear.
I'm thrilled that my kids loved the movie the same way i did when I was in their age.
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