Movie Review: The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book is a live action film with computer generated imagery (CGI). The film is based on Rudyard Kipling's works and Disney's 1960s film with the same title. 

The story focuses on the boy found by a panther and raised by a pack of wolves.


The first thing you would remember after The Jungle Book movie is the film’s visual creatives. It elevated the game of CGI films into higher level. With that alone, it can be one of the best films of 2016.

The story is classic and family oriented but the filmmakers added some scenes from the familiar story some people have known before. You get excited, thrilled and expecting some more as the scenes tick while watching it.

Scenes can really be fast but enough to get the attentions of the kids watching it. It is simple but exciting.

You must not compare the film from its predecessor since this has been improved 1000 times. The technology now is way better than 40 years ago. However, the story remained the same with little improvements just to maintain the original story.

This must be recommended to the young ones. They’ll surely enjoy it.

For adults, they will also enjoy it because of its stunning visualization.
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