The Jungle Book Movie Review (Non-Spoiler)

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Jungle Book Movie Review

The Jungle Book is surely one of the oldest and beloved children’s book and Jon Favreau brings the book to life by making this epic adventure & action journey of our one of the most beloved character Mowgli on Big Screen.

Disney decided to made it’s classic The Jungle Book Movie after a long gap from 1967-2o16 & the difference is that, 1967 Jungle Book was animated and this Jungle Book is live.

Disney hired Jon Favreau to direct The Jungle Book because he knows how to do extensive visual effects and the warmth and wonder (best example, Iron Man 2008), & Disney knows that only Jon can compete with that particular level in this movie and believe me, he did it!

However, this Jungle Book is very different from other Jungle Book & Mowgli movies because of high visual effects & modern technical advancements.

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It simply incredible how well Visual Effects are done, even on Top of trees, mountaintops and rushing rivers, everything looks beautiful and in 3D You’ll surely love it.

Neel Sethi is the lead actor of The Jungle Book or we can say that he’s our Reel life Mowgli who is comes direct from animated Jungle Book. His performance is outstanding in it despite being there is no original animals, he still managed to act properly.

Like i said, Visual Effects are brilliantly done in the movie, so you’re not able to recognize that the animals are fake. It all looks real & in 3D, it’s comes to life.

Trust me, if you’re going to watch The Jungle Book, this weekend, don’t forget to book your tickets for 3D.

I usually not like watching 3D and all that, but The Jungle Book looks spectacular in 3D Vision.

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Jungle Book Movie Review Ratings : 4/5

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Written by Vicky Saroha

Vicky Saroha

Staff Writer at Storyshouter. Tweet Me @vickyroadster


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