Jumanji: The Next Level Review – Dwayne Johnson Adopts His Comedy Game


The older gang re-entered the video game fantasy world for more body-swapping hijinks and Indiana Jones-ish feats, and Johnson levelled his comedy stylings.

Jumanji is back, activating the time-honoured sequel device to bring in character actors from a generation of older grandparents. It hints with joy at the traditions of Indiana Jones and the drawing-body-swap films that once became a very solid family-film franchise. And it has good quadruple chemistry once again among its four stars: Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan and Jack Black (among the big names around this time), and also Hart and Johnson’s and even comedy. Relation. (The lack of attention is that Black doesn’t get much chance to show his comedy chops.)


In the previous, four high-school children, Bethany (Madison Iseman), Spence (Alex Wolff), Martha (Morgan Turner) and Fridge (Ser ‘Darius Berlin) were featured in the VR World of Jumanji video. The game, to capture avatars on a mission to rescue someone trapped inside their vast invented landscape. And Spence Alpha-Male Explorer DR. The younger was present within Breton’s body, played recreationally by Dwayne Johnson – an experience that allowed him to escape his wimp-fearlessness, value himself for who he is, and learn that it was inside him.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Now, a few years have passed, the quartet is in college, and things are not as happy as we might expect. Spann is at NYU, alone, stressed and pining for his Beagan Triumph in the fantasy world of Jumanji. Without realizing his three friends, he retrieved the Jumanji game console and once again made a desperate leap into the digital rabbit-hole.

It looks like the remaining three will have to leap that – but now we introduce Span’s crotch, but good grandfather Eddie, played by Eddie’s old coder Pal Milo, starring Danny Vivito and Daddy Glover. Through a strange oddity of fate, it is Fridge and Martha, who re-enter Jumanji, strangely with old Eddie and Milano, leaving Bethany behind, to find the purpose of their original quest – Alex. , These games in Callanc Hanks and Nick Jonas, played in the real world. They too will air in this imaginary universe.

So the question is who plays who, sideways and dares to say that VeVito’s grumpy, headstrong, sensible old friend now occupies the powerful body of Dwayne Johnson – a chance for Johnson to show his comedy Gives, and they are very impressive. It is very little in the literal-minded world of Hollywood (in any genre) that allows an actor to show up in this dramatic way.

For Glover’s laid-back Milo, he occupies the body of zoologist Moussa Finbar, played by Hart – and Hurt is more or less funny anyway. Martha is once again distracted to find herself inside the body of biologist Ruby Roundhouse and fridge Jack Black. Where else is Spence? In whose body does he live? Well, this is a casting reveal, it would be unsafe to say more, but more performances would enjoy the comedy.

Jumanji’s chances are that it has animation work and a comedy beat, but also live-action performance techniques – and the occasional shuffle of avatars and players let the actors come a bit further. The next level of Jumanji is satisfactory. Probably the next Jumanji film will experiment with an “acoustic unplugged” rendition that deprives place entirely in the real-world or dark version in which Martha becomes a hip game designer who introduces the Battle Royal element.