Jungle 2 Jungle

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Walt Disney Pictures Released 1997

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Director:
John Pasquin
Released:
1997
Rating:
PG

Michael Cromwell is in the middle of finalizing his divorce from his wife Patricia. She moved away from New York more than a decade ago and relocated to Venezuela, where she joined a semi-Westernized tribe. Needing her signature on the divorce papers so that he can remarry, Michael flies to see her and is shocked when she reveals that he has a 13-year-old son named Mimi-Suku. Through a misunderstanding, Michael's new son accompanies his father back to the city. Through a series of adventures involving a tarantula, mobsters, and poisoned darts, Michael learns what it means to be a father. When it is time for Mimi-Suku to return to his tribe, Michael is faced with losing the son he has grown to love for a second time.

Metacritic Score

  • 75

    Miami Herald

    Jungle 2 Jungle turns out to be a perfectly pleasurable romp through the urban jungle of New York. [07 Mar 1997, p.6G]

  • 63

    Boston Globe Jay Carr

    Jungle 2 Jungle is surprisingly bearable. [07 Mar 1997, p.D5]

  • 50

    Philadelphia Inquirer Desmond Ryan

    There's nothing in Jungle 2 Jungle that hasn't been treated with more flair and imagination in dozens of other movies. [07 Mar 1997, p.03]

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