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Jungle Cruise 


We are continuing our $1.99 month of Disney+ by blitzing through as much content as we can. Me and the boys watched Jungle Cruise on one of our recent movie nights. I know there was some controversy surrounding this movie. I also know that there are some people that liked this movie and some people that really despised it. I am aware of all of these things and pay attention as I watch the movie. Jungle Cruise was kind of dull actually. I think they were going for the Pirates of the Caribbean concept except in the Amazon and in rivers. There will be spoilers in this review.

One of the first things that stuck out to me about Jungle Cruise is the submarine. I was a bit baffled that a submarine could go so deep into the Amazon rain forest. I thought the depth would not sustain such a vehicle. So I did some research and sure enough I was right. At the start of the Amazon a submarine could make it. As the river progress it gets less deep and there are more things on the bottom. So it would not make it deep into the Amazon like Jungle Cruise shows.

Dwayne Johnson is not a very believable character in that role. He is supposedly constantly lying and cheating, but he is also opposed to his other four hundred year old Conquistadors. This character contradiction does not make much sense. He wants to be free of the curse but gives away the pedal. The white people are made to look horrible and the natives are so abused by them in Jungle Cruise. More typical Hollyhate content that never seems to stop their radical far left preaching.

It takes two hours and ten minutes to watch Jungle Cruise from start to finish. The quest is to find this tree Tears of the Moon. The magical pedals can cure any disease. The Conquistadors became immortal somehow when it was used to cure their wounds. The issues families will have with Jungle Cruise are violence, blood, lack of attire, enticement to lust, sexism, promotion of sexual deviancy, magic, curses, and more. Jungle Cruise could easily be part of the war on men, and war on white people.

There is some humor within Jungle Cruise. Some of the jokes are really corny. Some of them are lame. Others are a bit silly and you may chuckle here and there. The delivery of these little jokes needs some help. There is some neat special effects on the cursed Conquistadors. The German prince trying to get the pedals is a cool character that needed more screen time. He was a very powerful villain within Jungle Cruise as well. His demise was not very climactic. Which brings me to the overall impression I have of Jungle Cruise - a dud. Like a firework that does not go off. There is anticipation just not delivery.
- Paul


Graphics: 65%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Disney+
Publisher: Disney
Developer: Disney
Rating: ‘PG-13' - for Parents Strongly Cautioned {for sequences of adventure violence}

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