Hanuman is the most lovable baby monkey one can imagine. He meets Tom who comes to visit the temple in the Valley of Monkeys and tries to protect it from the robbers. A warm relationship develops between the two.
Between a documentary about animals and pure Indiana Jones, Hanuman is a children's film that lavishly narrates the tale of Hanuman, the legendary monkey king of India whose father is the wind and the mother a monkey. Hanuman is the most lovable baby monkey one can imagine. He meets Tom who comes to visit the temple in the Valley of Monkeys and tries to protect it from the robbers. A warm relationship develops between the two.
Debuted at the sixth spot of the French box-office, on 349 screens and with a 4,9% market share, the second highest-grossing new release of the week behind The Truman Show (1998) at number three. See more »
Lousy and low budget production.
Lousy and low budget production all the way through. Long scenes with monkeys running around where you really have suspend your intellect to drift along and imagine what is going on. If you do this you realize that the monkeys have a friend that helps them against the bigger monkeys - really not enough for me or my daughter to get involved. The love story is too corny. I couldn't muster the necessary energy to see this movie through. A total waste of time.
The scenes with slapstick humor is to infantile even for children - again as far as my daughter goes....
Don't bother.... Really...!
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