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Description Disney's 'Man Cub' Mowgli (voice of Haley Joel Osment) is back in this animated sequel to the 1967 classic. Mowgli, now living with an adopted family in a nearby jungle village, is homesick for his ju... more

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Review of The Jungle Book 2 (DVD)

Satisfactory

“JUNGLE BOOK POO”

published 25/04/2003

Just like the original with new characters

Aimless sequel

...Easter holidays come with the added pressure of keeping your children occupied. One obvious ploy is to take ?em to the flicks so it was with a spring in my step and a song I my heart that I hurled the kids into the car and, nay, flew to my local UCG to catch Jungle Book 2. I did have the concern that I really don?t like sequels though. Inevitably, they are re-hashed workings of the original...

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Review of Jungle Book (DVD)

Excellent

“Jungle Book”

published 16/07/2000

.... Despite the rough outlines favoured by Wolfgang Reitherman (he presided over some extreme cheese-paring after Walt Disney's death), there's also a sumptuous feel to this film, at least while they stay in the jungle. The lack of a story is a problem. "Flabby" is the word that comes to mind. It's really just the story of Baloo and Mowgli bumming around in the jungle. Now and then something happens...

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Review of The Jungle Book 40th Anniversary Platinum Edition DVD

Super

Memorable songs and characters in a high quality undeniable animated classic

Little resembles either the material or spirit of Kipling's work

...The Plot: The Jungle Book, as told by Walt Disney, is perhaps one of the most successful feature length animated pictures ever made (or at least the one of the most fondly remembered). Taking its inspiration from the Mowgli stories in Rudyard Kipling's two Jungle Books, the film begins with the black panther, Bagheera (voiced by the very English actor, Charles Sebastian Thomas Cabot) , finding...

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