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Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle

Updated on May 21, 2017

A number of action and adventure movies have been released so far and many others are lined up for release. Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle is the most awaited action, adventure movies of the year 2017.

Its prequel "Jumanji" was released in the year 1995. It was an action, adventure film. The movie was an adaptation of the children's book with the same name written by Chris Van Allsburg in 1981. This movie was directed by Joe Johnston and written by Greg Taylor. The star cast of the movie includes Robin Williams, Kirsten Dunst, and David Alan Grier in the lead roles. The movie starts with the year 1969, it was the story of two friends, Alan Parrish and Sarah Whittle, Alan found a chest containing a board game called Jumanji, which was buried by two boys in the year 1869, he brings it home. After coming home he had an argument with Samuel about going to a boarding school. Meanwhile, Sarah arrives at his home to return his bicycle and they start playing that game. Sarah rolls the dice and nothing happened but when Allan rolls them: a message appears to wait in the jungle until someone else rolls eight and five. immediately after that a swarm of bats appears and made Sarah run away from the mansion. This is how they get caught in the game. In the year 1995, i.e. almost after 26 years, Judy and Peter moved in the vacant Parrish house with their aunt Nora, where they found Jumanji and starts playing it. Peter picks up the dice and rolls five and that releases lion and an Adult Allan. Alan immediately ran towards his father Samuel Parrish's factory where he came to know that his father had abandoned the business for his search and has died for years ago. Then Alan realizes that he needs Sarah to fish the game and started looking for her with Peter and Judy. They somehow found her and finish the game by successfully overcoming all the hurdles.

Jumanji 1995

After successfully completing the game, they again came back to the year 1969 when they were kids. Allan felt sorry to his father and admits that he did the harm to the factory's machines. Allan and Sarah throw Jumanji in the river. The story took a leap of 26 years, where Sarah and Allan are married and Sarah is expecting their first child. Allan is successfully handling his father's business. Allan and Sarah meet Judy, Peter and their parents for the first time in a Christmas party. On the other hand, somewhere on a beach in France two girls again hears the sound of drumbeats.

That's an interesting story, isn't it? Are you guys ready to explore some more adventure? So, here is the good news for you all, as after the wait of almost 22 years its sequel, Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle", is scheduled for release on 20th of December this year in 3D formats. There were rumors in the year 2012 about the making of the sequel to the film, but its remake was confirmed in the year 2015 and then finally the shooting for the movie has started in 2016.

This one too is an action, adventure movie. Directed by Jake Kasdan, written by Scott Rosenberg. The star cast of the movie includes Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black. This movie is a sort of tribute to the Late Robin Williams, who was in the lead role in its prequel.

Jumanji Welcome To The Jungle

This is an action movie. The story of Jumanji revolves around four high school kids. Who unexpectedly found an old video and starts playing it. They become adult characters of the game. They eventually realize that they have to play the game and win it if they want to go back to the real world. They have to accomplish all the stages and dangers of the game. This one proves to be the most adventurous part of their life. They also unravel something which Allan Parrish left 22 years ago. Will this game bring any change in their lives, will they ever be able to come back to the real world?

That sounds interesting, what all we have to do is, wait patiently for the release of the movie to answer our question.

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