Jungle Cruise

Jungle Cruise

Jungle Cruise

Emily Blunt is an intrepid scientist and Dwayne Johnson is a riverboat captain on a jungle mission to find the Tree of Life and discover its healing powers in this Disney adventure, inspired by the Disneyland theme park ride.

The are racing a competing German expedition, and must battle the elements, wild animals and supernatural forces en route.

2021127 minsUSAWalt Disney Pictures
ActionAdventureComedyKids & FamilyFantasyBlockbuster

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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

The star wattage of Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson can’t save this doomed, prefab journey.

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Independent

Independent

While Jungle Cruise may not be quite as modern as it sets out to be, it certainly isn't slacking when it comes to good, old-fashioned entertainment.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Like the ride itself, it requires no more mental engagement than you would devote to any theme park visit (excluding the thrill rides, which actually raise a pulse).

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Credit goes only to its two stars that this is watchable, because the film is a derivative hodge-podge unworthy of their charisma.

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USA Today

USA Today

A period piece that starts like gangbusters but can't keep from wading into familiar waters.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Not since Aguirre has a trek into the Amazon felt quite so hamstrung by delusions of grandeur.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

The film splutters out into something directionless and derivative and dull.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Compared to other attempts to turn theme park attractions into fresh revenue streams, it's not as lifeless as The Haunted Mansion or Tomorrowland. But that doesn't mean it's good.

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Paste

Paste

A mediocre mish-mash of knock-off paperbacks.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Jungle Cruise, despite its more-than-capable leads and its much-vaunted attention to detail and verisimilitude, never feels transporting in the way that even mediocre blockbusters were once able to muster.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

Blunt and Johnson... get better the more absurd the plot becomes.

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Time Out

Time Out

This ride with Johnson and Blunt is so purely entertaining you may well want to go round again.

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Total Film

Total Film

Jaume Collet-Serra’s Amazonian adventure certainly goes all out to entertain. Yet it also reaches a point where it becomes exhausting.

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The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail

So crowd-pleasing that its stars’ chemistry may have been concocted in a lab...

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

Jungle Cruise has the look and feel of a paycheck gig for all involved, but everyone seems to be having a great time...

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

Jaume Collet-Serra's deft touches elevate what otherwise feels like another formulaic contemporary Disney blockbuster.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

It will probably do the job for families - after all, it's unlikely many seven-year-olds will share my disappointment with the slapdash sound mix or muddy grading.

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Variety

Variety

Jungle Cruise is a movie that implicitly asks: What’s wrong with a little good old-fashioned escapism? The answer is: Absolutely nothing...

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Little White Lies

Little White Lies

Expectations be damned: (Jungle Cruise) is one of the year’s most purely pleasurable motion pictures.

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