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The Jungle Cruise Open review

Disney's latest swashbuckling adventures stars Dwayne 'the Rock' Johnson and the ever-charming Emily Blunt and is based on the famous Disneyland ride of the same name.

Blunt stars as a headstrong 1920s adventurer who heads to Brazil in search of the fabled 'Tears of the Moon' herb that supposedly has the cure to all ailments. There she encounters the foul-mouthed and conniving Captain Frank (Johnson) who swindles his way into becoming their guide and navigator.

Their journey to the heart of the Amazon forms the rest of this story with healthy dollops of cannibalistic tribals, undead conquistadors and enchanted beasts.

Disney doesn't disappoint, by giving us a fun ride with healthy helpings of humor albeit, without offering any real plotline or sophistication.

The Indiana Jones style infusion of history and archaeology is complimented by Disney's superior CGI and animation to give a wondrous end product and perhaps a universe that might spur more sequels.

Johnson and Blunt have sparkling chemistry and is ably complimented by a splendid Jack Whitehall in a rib-tickling supporting role,

An ideal brainless weekend watch for the entire family. Recommended!

Must watch. I loved this movie. Disney out Disneyed themselves with this one

I absolutely loved this movie (excluding the corny jokes)! This movie is so visually please. It's got a retro vibe to it because it's old England and yet the colors are so vibrant and vivid

Open Rating : 3.5/5

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