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      Jungle 2 Jungle

      1997, Kids & family/Comedy, 1h 45m

      42 Reviews 100,000+ Ratings

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      Tim Allen spends Jungle 2 Jungle annoyed and put upon, mirroring audiences' reaction as they struggle through this witless family comedy. Read critic reviews

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      Movie Info

      Manhattan broker Michael Cromwell (Tim Allen) is engaged to fiancée Charlotte (Lolita Davidovich) but needs a divorce from his estranged wife, Patricia (JoBeth Williams), who's been living in the Amazon with a native tribe for years. Michael travels to the Amazon and discovers he has a son: Teen Mimi-Siku (Sam Huntington), who begs to be taken to the city to fulfill a quest for his tribe. At first, things don't go so smoothly for the kid from the jungle, but soon the boy and his dad bond.

      • Rating: PG

      • Genre: Kids & family, Comedy

      • Original Language: English

      • Director: John Pasquin

      • Producer: Brian Reilly

      • Writer: Bruce A. Evans, Raynold Gideon

      • Release Date (Theaters):  limited

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      • Box Office (Gross USA): $59.9M

      • Runtime:

      • Production Co: Walt Disney Pictures

      • Sound Mix: Surround

      Cast & Crew

      Tim Allen
      Martin Short
      JoBeth Williams
      David Ogden Stiers
      Bob Dishy
      Leelee Sobieski
      Frankie J. Galasso
      Richard Baker
      Rick Messina
      Brad Krevoy
      Bruce A. Evans
      Raynold Gideon

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      • Nov 24, 2011

        Jungle 2 Jungle is the definition of a bad film. This film is awful, unfunny, poorly conceived. I remember when this film came out, I was 12 and obviously still into these types of films. Needless to say when this came out, boy did I think it was crap. The film was so poorly made, with a bad cast (Tim Allen wasted here) and a bad story with little or no jokes. This is simply a poorly made family film that is quite frankly impossible to enjoy as a family. Well, Disney has a knack for releasing awful films as well as good ones. But this is one of those awful films that they released that should be avoided. The film is plainly bad, and has nothing engaging about its plot, nothing to make you interested in what you're watching. This is simply put a bad family that isn't worth watching and if you did, is a most forgettable film to watch. I hated this film, hated the fact it was unfunny, hated the bad actors and bad plot overall. This film was a waste and it wasn't worth watching whatsoever. This film scraps the bottom of the barrel of bad ideas, and it's a film that doesn't deliver whatsoever. There are some sloppy comedic bits that simply aren't funny, and the script is plainly awful. This is one of the worst family films that I've seen, and this is simply a film not worth watching. Jungle 2 Jungle is a waste of celluloid and is utter garbage. I hated this film and the cast is pathetic along with the story. A crapfest from start to finish.

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      • Jun 22, 2011

        Good concept, not so good script, weak film.

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      • Jan 25, 2011

        Very odd Disney adventure, it almost has to be seen back to back with George of the Jungle. Both deal with a savage in the concrete jungle. It serves its purpose as a father/son movie as well as a zany comedy with lots of kooky escapades featuring Tim Allen.

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      • Sep 06, 2010

        I actually liked this movie when I was a kid, I thought it was really funny, and it has some of the actors from Home Improvement. But now I see how stupid it really is. Overall it's a pretty good kids movie, though.

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