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Jumanji climbs in theaters

Jacob Popovich, Writer

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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was released on Dec. 20 in theaters.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as Spencer and Kevin Hart as Fridge headline the major actors.

In the new and improved Jumanji, four high school kids discover an old video game console with a game inside with a jungle setting. They discover that they not only play the game but they have to survive it. To be able to beat the game and survive they have to go on a dangerous adventure. On the adventure they discover Alan Parrish who has been stuck in the game for 20 years. While playing they change the way they think of themselves and one another.

“It was a really great movie and I recommend people to watch it,” said junior Marcus Kielgast.

I personally really liked the movie. While I was watching I couldn’t stop laughing. If you are looking for a good laugh, I would go see Jumanji before it goes out of theaters.

“Kevin Hart was so funny and the other characters were just the cherry on top,” said senior Kalen Murray.

It is playing at Showplace 16 and many other locations around us.

 

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