‘Jungle Book’ review
Family and friends should see the new movie “The Jungle Book.” The new movie can be a great way to relate to the children from this generation.
Raised by a family of wolves since birth, Mowgli must leave the only home he’s ever known, the jungle, when the tiger Shere Khan lets go of his mighty roar. Being guided by a panther,Bagheera, and a free spirited bear, Baloo, on his journey he meets many different animals. Along the way Mowgli, the boy who was raised by wolves since birth, learns very many valuable life lessons.
The most enjoyable part about the movie was the cast because they related to the movie in their own way. Some of the ones that did the best were Neel Sethi who plays Mowgli, Idris Elba who is the voice of Shere Khan, Billy Murray who is the voice of Baloo, Christopher Walken who is the voice of King Louie, and Hannah Tointon who is the voice of Winifred.
The cast from this remade movie were well known actors and very similar to the original cast from the original movie. There were many interesting things about the movie, but the most interesting was the way the characters looked. The characters looked really similar to the characters in the books. The movie in 3D looks so real, almost as if the audience was there, in the Jungle.The voices that the animals had really went with the personality of the animals, especially when they sang the song “Bear Necessities.
This movie deserves a four and a half out of five stars and should be recommended for friends and family. Watch this movie at Bassett movie theater, Cinemark Montana, and Tinseltown.
By Isabella Ontiveros