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The jungle book 2016 full movie

It’s back! The totally delightful Disney song, “I Wan’na Be Like You,” is brought to the big screen once again in Jon Favreau’s “The Jungle Book,” a live-action fantasy adventure that features spectacular CGI, special effects, and wonderful visuals. Those, along with top-notch voice actors, make for an engaging, nostalgic experience for those that grew up on the fantasy tale that will captivate new audiences just the same.
the jungle book 2016 full movie
Idris Elba voices Shere Khan and gives an impressive performance, Ben Kingsley plays Bagheera, Lupita Nyong’o is Rakasha the wolf (Mowgli’s surrogate mother), Scarlett Johansson voices Kaa the giant snake, Giancarlo Esposito is Akela, the wolf pack leader, Christopher Walken gives an amusing performance as King Louie, and Bill Murray voices Baloo the bear (and presents one of the most comedic roles in the film). All of the cast (sans Sethi) is noteworthy.

Basing its interpretation off of Rudyard Kipling’s collective works, as well as the 1967 animated Disney movie, this film is a complete live-action of the story of the orphan boy Mowgli, who is raised in the jungle by animals. This update uses photo-realistic rendering and motion-capture technologies to create a beautiful artificial world and a visually-stunning experience.
The filmmakers ultimately decided not to make the film a complete musical, but there are multiple songs from the original that are presented at various times throughout. King Louie/Walken sings an updated version of “I Wan’na Be Like You,” Baloo/Murray and Mowgli/Sethi sing “The Bare Necessities,” and “Trust in Me” is performed by Kaa/Johansson. Whether incorporated into an instrumental background track or performed by the characters in the movie, it’s welcoming and nostalgic to hear a few of these songs played.
I thought this version was a decent interpretation for the modern age, similar to Disney’s recent adaptation of “Cinderella,” which was also live-action and created as a non-musical. This version of “The Jungle Book” is a bit darker than the animated one, largely in part to the fact that it’s live action. It’s a film made for all audiences, but may be a little scary for certain young viewers. Aside from the appealing visuals and quality cast, the film is being praised for its faithfulness to the Disney version and the original source material.
If this film is further indication of what Disney has planned for other previously-animated tales that many of us grew up with, than I’m very excited to see future live action adaptations. Check out “The Jungle Book” in theaters starting this weekend.

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