Watch The Jungle Book (2016) full movie online free – The Jungle Book in every way is an awesome movie.I’m from kerala. 15-17 years ago my friends watched TV serials of Mowgli. I didn’t because I don’t have TV. I only read comics of Jungle Book. When I see the movie… What did I tell guys,, Oh my god.. I was in another world of 2 hours. The animals and jungle are very realistic. The little Mowgli is so cute. And that one is completely CGI. When I watched Life of Pie the tiger in that movie is amazing and realistic .But Sher-Khan (The Tiger) is very frightening and more realistic in this movie. I am giving 10 out of 10 because I really wanted to see this type of movie.The music in this movie by John Debney and directed by the director of Iron Man.
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Review The Jungle Book (2016) by mehmet-46991 – Wow this is so excellent!
Raised by a family of wolves since birth, Mowgli (Neel Sethi) must leave the only home he’s ever known when the fearsome tiger Shere Khan (Idris Elba) unleashes his mighty roar. Guided by a no-nonsense panther (Ben Kingsley) and a free-spirited bear (Bill Murray), the young boy meets an array of jungle animals, including a slithery python and a smooth-talking ape. Along the way, Mowgli learns valuable life lessons as his epic journey of self-discovery leads to fun and adventure.
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Review The Jungle Book (2016) by highmaster16 – Amazing visuals mixed in with great story telling.
The Jungle Book is a live-action/CGI fantasy film that retells the story of Mowgli, an orphaned human boy who, guided by his animal guardians, sets out on a journey of self-discovery while evading the threatening Shere Khan. Neel Sethi plays the main character, Mowgli in the movie. He is the only human being on screen and as his first ever role, this kid actor is truly magnificent. He is as good as any kid actor has ever been, even favorably compared to Haley Joel Osment in The Sixth Sense. The computer generated imagery is brilliant all throughout, definitely some of the best ever and the 3D is just mind blowing. In every single scene I kept getting surprised and thrilled at just how amazing the CGI and 3D were. I think the main reason as to why this movie worked it’s because it also has a very good story line that’s mixed in with the amazing visuals. Also, the voice actors are all perfectly cast. Especially Idris Elba as Shere Khan, who is truly haunting in every scene he’s in. That was one well made and scary villain that Mowgli had to face. Jon Favreau did a fantastic work with this movie, cause really this story has been told many times before, and yet this movie feels fresh and interesting nonetheless. I’m glad that it’s doing so well in Box Office because it completely deserves it. Movies like this must be appreciated so that they can inspire more great work, and maybe one day, even erase movies like Transformers.
Review The Jungle Book (2016) by Cody – This is awesome
I’ve never been a fan of the original Jungle Book movie, but I did grow up watching it, and I did like it. This remake is (in my opinion) Disney’s best remake so far.
The animation and the scenery is basically a new age in CGI. Not only are there CGI characters and creatures now, but locations too. The entire jungle looks absolutely real, yet it’s not, and that’s the great thing about it.
The characters themselves were pretty cool. I didn’t care for Mowgli in the original movie, but this movie got me liking him. He’s brave, not as bratty, and he’s pretty inventive. Bagheera is as stern and careful as ever except that he’s also got the action his book counterpart had had. And I like Baloo’s character here, having a bit more of a self-serving trait his older counterparts never had but eventually becoming a nice guy. And that’s the main characters. The wolves got more screen time, Kaa got a lot more dangerous (though she doesn’t have as much screen time, which is my only complaint in this movie), King Louie is more sinister and less comical, and Shere Khan is a flat-out beast.
I’m also glad that they brought back three songs I enjoyed as a kid. I really liked Bare Necessities, and I’ve also started singing this version of I Wanna Be Like You. Trust In Me made me feel like Kaa was in a spy movie.
So on a scale from one to ten, I’d give it a perfect score: 10/10. It’s an epic movie, and I highly recommend seeing this movie.
Review The Jungle Book (2016) by LesbianToLesbians – All Disney Movies Are Enchanting.
A great remake that will definitely enchant kids and adults. The CGI characters are excellent and there is an entertaining atmosphere of humor, adventure and suspense.
Mogwli is a Lost boy in the Jungle,but has been grown up the animals – Bagera(Panther), Rakhsha(Wolf mother), Baloo (Bear). Soon Mogwli realizes that since he is human he needs to live with humans.Yet,he can not abandon his loyal Animals who have already taken care of him since he was a baby.
“The Jungle Book” 2016 has a different,but an amazing ending than “The Jungle Book” 1967.I can guarantee that you will see a perfect movie with Great Graphics IMAX Effect and The Best 3D I Have Ever Seen.
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Review The Jungle Book (2016) by Anurag-Shetty – Does justice to the animated classic.
The Jungle Book is a live-action adaptation of Disney’s famous animated film, The Jungle Book(1967). It is also based on Rudyard Kipling’s novel of the same name. Mowgli(Neel Sethi) has lived in the jungle, for as long as he can remember. In the jungle, he is raised by a pack of wolves, led by Akela(Giancarlo Esposito). A wolf named Raksha(Lupita Nyong’o), is the only mother he has ever known. He has an ally & a friend, in a panther named Bagheera(Ben Kingsley). When the treacherous tiger Shere Khan(Idris Elba), opposes to Mowgli staying in the jungle, Bagheera has to return the man-cub to the man village. While on their journey, Mowgli & Bagheera receive help from a grizzly bear, named Baloo(Bill Murray). Now, it is up to Bagheera & Baloo to take Mowgli to the man village, safe & sound.
The Jungle Book is a mind blowing film. It is the most gorgeous movie, I have ever seen. What’s extremely fascinating is that, the whole environment in the film is CGI. The animals are also CGI & yet, they look extremely lifelike. The forest the movie is set in, looks breathtaking. Director Jon Favreau & the rest of the crew, have maintained the soul of the 1967 animated movie of the same name. Kudos to the visual effects team, for making a live-action adaptation of a movie like The Jungle Book. Don’t worry. This film is not a carbon copy of the Disney animated original. Favreau adds many new elements to the film, that will keep you guessing right till the end. The set pieces of the movie, are its highlight. The 3D provides immersion & there are quite a few scenes, that will make you duck in your seats. The casting is flawless. Newcomer Neel Sethi is outstanding as Mowgli. Sethi doesn’t just play Mowgli, he embodies the character. Bill Murray is hilarious & adorable as Baloo. Murray & Sethi’s rendition of The Bare Necessities, is as good as the 1967 version of the same song. Ben Kingsley is awesome as Bagheera. Idris Elba is spectacular as Shere Khan. Elba’s voice-over of the predatory antagonist, is menacing & flawless. Lupita Nyong’o is amazing as Raksha. Nyong’o gives an emotional & layered performance, as the voice of Mowgli’s adoptive mother. Scarlett Johansson is excellent as Kaa. I liked Johansson’s version of Kaa, much better than the ’67 incarnation of the sneaky snake. Giancarlo Esposito is great as Akela. Christopher Walken is superb as King Louie. The Jungle Book is a must watch on the big screen, with your entire family. Go, relive this timeless tale.
Review The Jungle Book (2016) by Larrymeers – The jungle book surprised me
If there is one thing that Hollywood is good at is ruining our favorite childhood films, but not with this film. So The jungle book focuses on a boy named Mowgli that is raised by a pack of wolves in the jungle. But when a tiger named Shere khan learns of his presence, he must flee the jungle in search for the man village. Helping him get there is a panther named Bagheera and a bear named Baloo that must protect him until they reach they reach their final destination. First the pros. The special effects are amazing! I’ve never seen cgi animals look so realistic on screen before. Neel Sethi does a good job at playing Mowgli. Considering that this kid had to work with nothing, then he is does an excellent job. The characters are very likable. Whether they are good guys or villains. The story seems kinda simple, but when it is directed in a way that makes it entertaining, then your going to find yourself liking this film. To be completely honest i didn’t see any cons to this movie. Overall i really enjoyed the jungle book. It was fun, visually dazzling, action packed, and funny at times. One things for sure when it is on DVD, I am going to buy it.
Review The Jungle Book (2016) by Samiam3 – This Jungle Book has nothing between its covers
Jon Favreau’s Jungle Book exists in a world that is somewhere between the animated feature film and the 1994, historically grounded, live action film.
The result is a beautifully bland movie. This is not a warm, well told story, with interwoven charm and wisdom, it’s an kid friendly action/adventure in the jungle with lots of animated effects.
I kinda knew it when I saw the trailers, but there is a strong vibe that the Jungle Book would much rather be an experience, than a movie. This means trimming all the juice out of the writing and characters until you are left with that common feeling of being in a video game.
There are far too many special effects, and they are distracting. Even though there is nothing technically wrong with the CGI, the movie makes some bad choices which destroys the illusion of having animals as real as say the Tiger in Life of Pi. Like their animated counter parts, the cast of this Jungle Book have animated lips, making them un-compatible with the very real world they live in. There are also too many stagy sequences featuring unrealistic numbers of animals, which in the 21st century wouldn’t even convince an eight year old that CGI wasn’t needed.
The film makes another very poor decision to include two of the original musical numbers but minus the one element that would make them worth while; the actors can’t sing. This brings me to the subject of voice casting. The voice work across the board is surprisingly refined, and uncharacteristic. Bill Murray as Baloo is everything that Baloo should not be; dull, laid back, uninterested. Scarlett Johansson is not remotely charismatic enough for the intoxicating Kaa the snake that she inhabits, and Christopher Walken as King Louis produces a near caricature of a mafia head.
And then there is Mowgli. The decision to match his age to his animated counterpart was a mistake. One of the themes of The Jungle Book is boy to manhood. The climax of the film is also heavily depended on Mowgli needing to be commanding and fierce enough to rally the jungle against Shere Kahn. This ten year old boy who looks like he’s reading off a teleprompter half the time, is not that Mowgli.
I kept hoping for a few good laughs in the picture, but I just saw occasional attempts that fell flat. The strongest aspect is that when it is not crammed with CGI animals The Jungle Book is quite beautiful to behold. The problem is that like its protagonist, the camera is always on the move, giving us no time to stop and smell the flowers. Unlike in a Miyazaki movie, which will take its time to get you lost in the wilderness, The Jungle is strictly ‘cut-to-story’.
If only there was a story to cut to. With its superficial, effects-driven action sequences The Jungle might entertain some children with ADD, but for the rest of us, the film is little more than an elongated version of its trailer.