Jumanji! You can speak each syllable with emphasis or quickly, no matter what, your desire will undoubtedly be to enter this adventure.

And being her alongside actors Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Karen Gillian and company, even better!

In this new adventure, Spencer returns to the fantastical world of Jumanji. Friends Martha, Fridge and Bethany join the game and try to bring him home. But they soon discover more obstacles and dangers to overcome.

The interesting thing about Jumanji is always beyond the adventure of what we see on screen, but in the moral of the story. These are things that we at Fndom like to show so that no one misses a single detail.

In the previous film, the focus was on boys who are in high school and have their fears but yearn for adventures. They end up seeing the world in a way that games do, where everything is simple and there at hand, and if something doesn't work out, there's a save point and you can start from there. And even so, you can still count on some walkthrough to get to the end and say with all the pomp that you "zeroed" the game without anyone's help.

Well then. They realized that the world was not quite like that and the best games, like it or not, are still the ones you must decipher and play without the help of those who have been there before. It's like in life, it's no use taking examples of famous people who worked and thinking that you will also become rich.

In this sequel, the boys have grown up and are now in college, working, and having a life a little more complicated than trying to pull off a combo. Also, Spencer's grandfather is living at his house.

Everything starts to get more and more confusing for our former hero Bravestorm. There's no way he can beat it all with just his muscles or his famous piercing gaze. Apart from that the grandfather has big problems with aging.

This is where a great sequence starts. If in the first one the problem was this change of young people to the adult world with ambition for adventures, this time it is the older ones who forgot what it was like to face the outside world and do not accept their condition.

An interesting balance between the two films, because it doesn't bring the cliché style of script with the older ones wanting to dominate everything, while the young ones want to show themselves more experienced in certain subjects. That's not even close to the script.

For these reasons, Jumanji is fun, full of action and shows that having a "porradudo" character is useless if you don't have a brain, in addition to a criticism of the educational system that never explains where we will use geometry and when it is needed. to do certain things on a day-to-day basis, it becomes a lot of fun.

Jumanji: The Next Phase is exciting, with better performances than in the first feature, with more action scenes and a villain who is there as in any game, only to be the ultimate goal to finish the story.

Observation

Jumanji has no post-credits scenes, just one that will appear during the credits. Also, don't watch the trailers as they are delivering some characters that are surprise during the adventure and will spoil your fun.

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review-put-the-cartridge-and-let's-start-another-stage-of-jumanjiJumanji: The Next Phase is exciting, with better performances than in the first feature, with more action scenes and a villain who is there as in any game, only to be the ultimate goal to finish the story.

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