★ The Jungle Book (2016 film)
The jungle book 2016 American science fiction adventure film directed and produced by Jon Favreau, produced by Walt Disney pictures and written by Justin marks. Based on Rudyard Kiplings eponymous teamwork and inspired Walt Disneys 1967 animated film of the same name, the jungle Book is a live-action / CGI film which tells the story of Mowgli, an orphaned human boy who, guided by their animal guardians, goes on a journey of self-discovery, while avoiding the menacing Shere Khan. The film introduces Neil Sethi as Mowgli, along with the voice and motion capture performances by Ben Kingsley, bill Murray, Idris Elba, Lupita Nyongo, Scarlett Johansson, Giancarlo Esposito, Christopher Walken.
Favreau, signs, and producer Brigham Taylor developed the story of movies like the balance between the Disney animated adaptation and Kiplings original work, the elements of borrowing from like in the movies. Principal photography began in 2014, when filming takes place entirely in Los Angeles. The film requires widely used computer-generated imagery to portray the animals and settings.
The jungle book was released in the United States in the Studio "Disney" 3-D, 3D movie, IMAX 3D and D-Box and premium large formats, on 15 April 2016. It became a critical and commercial success, gathering more than 966 million dollars worldwide, making it the fifth highest grossing film in 2016 and the 30th in the list of highest-grossing films of all time. The film received praise for its visual effects, vocal performance, directing, music, and his faithfulness to the original animated film. He has won numerous awards for achievements in visual effects on the 89 th ceremony of delivery of Oscar, a 22-th and 70-th critics choice awards the British Academy film awards. The sequel is in development, with Favreau and signs installed to return as Director / producer and screenwriter, respectively.
1. The plot. (Сюжет)
Mowgli "man-cub" raised by the Raksha, the Indian wolf and her pack led by a leader, in the Indian jungle since he was brought to them as a baby, the Black Panther Bagheera. Bagira Mowgli trains to learn the ways of wolves, but the boy faces challenges and is lagging behind its siblings, the wolf, Akela objects to it through a man "tricks" like building tools, instead of learning the ways of the pack.
One day, during the dry season, the jungle animals gather to drink water that remains in the framework of the truce during a drought, allowing the jungle wildlife to drink without fear of predators. The truce is broken, when fire scars Bengal tiger named Shere Khan arrives, detecting the aroma of Mowgli in the crowd. Consumed a vendetta against people for scarring him with fire, he threatens to kill Mowgli at the end of the drought. After the drought ends, the wolves debate whether they should keep Mowgli. Mowgli decides to leave the jungle for the safety of his pack. Bagheera volunteers to take him to a nearby "man-village".
Along the route, Sherkhan ambush, but Mowgli manages to escape in the middle of a water Buffalo Stampede. Later, Mowgli meets a huge reticulated Python named Kaa, who hypnotizes him. Under her influence, Mowgli sees a vision of his father was killed Shere Khan, protecting it. Kaa attempts to eat Mowgli, but she is attacked by a Himalayan brown bear named Baloo, who rescues the unconscious Mowgli. Later Mowgli wakes up and gets some hard-to-reach honey at the ball in repayment, with the two bonding in the process. Mowgli agrees to stay with the Ball until the winter season. Meanwhile, upon learning that Mowgli left the jungle, Shere Khan kills Akela and the pack threatens to lure Mowgli.
Bagheera eventually finds Mowgli and Baloo, Mowgli and shocked that there joined people, as he agreed, but the Ball calms him and persuades both of them to sleep on it. During the night, Mowgli finds a herd of Indian elephants gathered around the ditch and uses vines to save his child. Although Baloo and Bagheera impressive, Baloo realizes that he cannot guarantee the safety of Mowgli knew that he preys on Sher Khan. Baloo Mowgli agrees to push away, to force him to move on to the village people.
Mowgli was kidnapped by a bunch of monkeys known as "Bandar-log", which will present him as their leader, the deranged giant APE named king Louie. If we assume that all the people can do "the red flower" of fire, king Louis offers protection Mowgli from Shere Khan in exchange. Balu distract king Louie, while Bagheera trying to get Mowgli, but their Ruse was discovered. As king Louie Mowgli chases him through the temple, he tells Mowgli of death Akelas. King Louis the rampage eventually leads him to a temple collapses on top of him.
I hate that Baloo and Bagheera forgot to tell him about Akelas death, Mowgli goes to confront Shere Khan. He steals a torch from the village man and heads back into the jungle, accidentally starting a forest fire in the process. He confronts Shere Khan, who claims that Mowgli made himself the enemy jungle, causing a fire. Seeing him afraid of wolves, Mowgli throws the torch into the river. Baloo, Bagheera and the wolves to keep Shere Khan, Mowgli, giving enough time to run into the burning jungle. He lures Shere Khan on a dry tree and a branch that breaks under the weight of the tiger, Shere Khan falls into the fire, to death. Then Mowgli directs the elephants to divert the river and extinguish the fire.
As a result, the Raksha becomes the new leader of the wolf pack. Mowgli decides to use its technology and techniques for own use, having found its true home and calling family of wolves, Baloo and Bagheera.
2. Cast. (Литые)
- Kendrick Reyes as baby Mowgli.
- Neil Sethis Mowgli, a young boy who was raised by wolves. Search for casting Mowgli was extensive, and thousands of children to the casting from the United States, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Canada. In the end, debutant Neil Sethi was approved for the role, with casting Director Rebecca Williams, describing him as the embodiment of the "soul, humor and a daring character. Its warm and affordable, but also has a mind far beyond his years and impressed us all with his ability to hold his own in any situation." Sethi received training parkour in preparation for the role.
- Ritesh Rajan Mowglis father.
2.1. Cast. Voice. (Голос)
- Christopher Walken as king Louie: the giant APE who rules the Bandar-log. Favreau has decided to replace king Louis from orangutan to gigantopithecus because of the fact that the orangutans are not native to India, where the story takes place. His character was given a small deviation from the 1967 film and was partly inspired by Marlon Brandos character, Colonel Kurtz in "Apocalypse now", and taking into account Walkens own physical mannerisms. As for changes, Louis Favreau said: "We have created this looming figure that was trying to get the secret of fire from Mowgli. And also it gave Mowgli the idea that if he has the fire, he might have the dominion of Shere Khan, for good or bad. So there was the Lord of the rings the aspect that the fire was almost like the ring was going to give someone absolute power, but to damage them, and create destruction.".
- Madeleine Favreau as Raquel, the Indian rhinoceros.
- Brighton pink Gray brother, Indian wolf, who is the youngest of Mowgli foster brothers and sisters.
- Garry Shandling as Ikki, Indian porcupine, which observes the water truce, the character does not appear in the original film. The film was Shandlings the end of the film, died of a pulmonary embolism before the release of films.
- Russell Peters, like rocky, the Indian rhinoceros. This character was originally intended to appear in the 1967 film, but Walt Disney discarded character.
- Sam Raimi, as the Indian giant squirrel.
- Ben Kingsley as Bagheera: the Black Panther who is Mowglis mentor and protector. Favreau said Kingsley "brought the elegance and refinement of character, but with great firmness. Hes an interesting dude with a crazy series." Kingsley said that Bagheeras "role in the life of Mowgli is to educate, protect and guide". Kingsley said, "was so interesting", and described the CAA as a "mirror to the past Mowgli".
- Jon Favreau as Fred, a dwarf pig. The character does not appear in the original film.
- Giancarlo Esposito as Akela: Indian male wolf that leads the pack. Producer Brigham Taylor praised Espositos, arguing that "Giancarlo is a respected actor who completely embodies the character". Along with commenting that he is a fan of the cartoon and Kiplings book, he described his character as".fierce Patriarch of the wolf pack. He believes that the strength of the pack is each wolf offers. He knows that if they stick together they can survive. He is a great leader, a wise teacher. I strive to be like him.”.
- Sara Arrington as Nilgai.
Emjay Anthony, Max Favreau, Chloe Hechter, Asher Blinkoff, Knox Gagnon, Sasha Schreiber and Kai Schreiber the voice of the young wolves.
Dee Bradley Baker, Artie Esposito, Sean Johnson, and Allan Trautman to provide the additional voices of the animals.
3.1. Production. Development. (Развитие)
July 9, 2013, Walt Disney announced that the adaptation of a collection of Kiplings short story Rudyard the jungle Book was in development with Justin marks set to write the script. The film will be the third Disney live-action adaptation of Kiplings works, after the films 1994 and 1998 direct-to-video the story of Mowgli film, and the Studio is on the fourth place after the animated film of 1967. Jon Favreau was approved as Director in November. Favreau as a child used to watch the Disney animated film of 1967. He felt the need to strike a balance between the two films while retaining the buoyant spirit of the 1967 film, including some of his unforgettable songs during the making of the film with great realism and more expensive. He also stressed the importance of nature and understand how things have changed during the Kiplings and now, "the Kiplings, nature is overcome. Now nature is something to be protected". He was encouraged by the Chairman of the Walt Disney studios Alan horn took advantage of the movie and the plot as the opportunity to use the latest achievements in the field of photorealistic rendering, computer graphics and motion capture technology. The film is not independently taken from Kiplings work, but also borrows the cinematic inspiration from other films, including child-mentor in Shane in 1953, the establishment of rules in a dangerous world of "Goodfellas" 1990 and the dark figure of the jungle in "Apocalypse now," 1979.
Of Pixar animation studios help with the development of the plot, as well as providing suggestions for films the end sequence credits. John Lasseter, Pixar and Walt Disney animation studios then-chief creative officer, suggested at the end of the film with original physical books placed in the opening of the 1967 film.
3.2. Production. Shooting and visual effects. (Съемки и визуальные эффекты)
Principal photography took place entirely on sound stages in studios in Los Angeles-Central Los Angeles. Animal characters created entirely in computer animation, using footage of real movements of the animal, the actors record their lines, and record the performance for reference. The production team has undergone a thorough process in Order to realistically convey the animals speaking, at the same time making them perceptually the most likely audience. Favreau investigated the early films featuring anthropomorphic animals, including Walt Disney animations such as Snow white and the seven dwarfs and Bambi, as well as modern films such as the Kid and took some of the techniques of those movies in the jungle Book. Almost 70 separate species of animals native to India are featured in the film, several kinds, which are called "150% more" than their real counterparts.
Jim hensons creature shop animal figures and dolls for Sethi to speak out against, although does not appear in the finished film. Dolls animals was performed by Artie Esposito, Sean Johnson, Allan Trautman, and April Warren. Favreau used the motion capture with defined actors, expressing the wish that they were not using technology to prevent causing strange effect in the valley. For example, bill Murrays raised an eyebrow were included in Baloos facial expressions.
The moving picture company MPC and Weta digital film making visual effects. MPC developed a new software for animation muscle structure in animals. Around 1.000 remote jungle in India was photographed and used as a reference in post production. The firm is responsible for the animation of the sequence of king Louis, with the special effects supervisor Keith Miller, adding that "it was important for John to see Christopher Walken in being. So we took some of the distinguishing features of Walkens face - the iconic lines, wrinkles and folds and integrated them into an animated character." Favreau expressed a desire to desire films 3D images to fill the capacity of the multiplane camera system used in the earlier disneys animated films. In Favreaus command, the idea was expanded to include movies according to Walt Disney pictures opening production logo, which was recreated as "hand-painted, cel-animated multi-plane logo" in honor of the animated films of the era, which also includes the word "gifts" in the same font, in 1967 the films opening credits. The ending of the film also features the original physical book, which opened the film in 1967.
3.3. Production. Sound. (Звук)
Director Jon Favreau and composer John Debney sought to recreate the Fantasound experience Walt Disney himself had in mind. When mixing a soundtrack in Dolby Atmos, said Favreau, "we have identified the tools, when we could. And in the mix, we have created Fantasound mix. If you watch the film in Atmos, you will feel that there are tools that move around the theatre". Mentions for Fantasound appears in the films closing credits.
4. Music. (Музыка)
Musical score for "the jungle Book" was composed and conducted by frequent collaborator Jon Favreau Debney, mostly drawing with the George Bruns original music. According to Debney," John wanted to say his subject". The theme of khans cher meet three or four-note motive, while Baloos "called the unusual strings and bass", that is "long and emotional". While Bagira has no theme of his own, he was represented by French horns and strings, and Kaas music features snake-like sounds, while Louis the king has a lot of instruments, like percussion, bass marimba, etc.
Although Richard M. Sherman, who originally wrote songs for the 1967 film with his brother Robert, it was initially reported that he wrote new songs for the remake, Favreau decided not to do a movie musical. Still, Debney and he included several songs from the animated 1967 film. "Essentials", written by Terry Gilkyson, performed Murray and Sethi, and a cover version of Dr. John shown in the final credits. "I want to be like you" and "trust me" - written by the Sherman brothers - performed Walken and Johansson, respectively, Richard M. Sherman wrote the revised text for Walkens version of "I wanna be like you". The johanssons performance "Trust me" was produced by mark Ronson and appears in the end credits only.
Walt Disney Records released the soundtrack of the movies on April 15, 2016.
4.1. Music. Track listing. (Трек-лист)
All music written by John Debney, except where noted.
5. Release. (Релиз)
The film was originally scheduled for 9 Oct 2015, but film release was delayed by Studio Walt Disney films until 15 April 2016. The film was released in Dolby vision in the format of a Dolby cinema in the United States, and the first film to be released in Dolby vision 3D in select theaters in new York and Chicago. The jungle book held its world premiere at the El Capitan theatre on April 4, 2016.
It was released on April 8 in 15 countries, including Argentina, Australia, Russia, Malaysia, and especially in India a week before its debut in the U.S. on April 15. Release date in India is strategic for the film, as it coincided with the Indian New year holiday in most regions of the country. The film had a special Hindi version with famous actors giving their voice the main characters, including Irfan Khan as Baloo, Bagheera, like Om Puri, Priyanka Chopra as Ka, Nana Patekar as Sher Khan and shefali Shah as Raksha. How Japanese anime jungle Book Shounen Mowgli was very popular in India in the 1990-ies, Disney India has also commissioned a modern recording of "the jungle Baat Chali Hai", originally used for the popular Indian version of jungle Book shōnen Mowgli, under the control of the original Hindi songs composers Vishal Bhardvadzh and Gulzar, and released it as part of the promotional campaign of the film in India.
5.1. Release. Home media. (Домашний медиа)
The film was released August 23, 2016, on DVD and Blu-ray on 30 August and on 22 August in the UK. 3D Blu-ray players were said to arrive by year-end. It topped the NPD the scenes video, the total volume of sales of the schedule for two consecutive weeks. In the United States on DVD and Blu-ray releases sold 2.027.137 units by December 2016 and grossed 46 million dollars as of August 2018.
6.1. Welcome The checkout. (Кассе)
The film became a huge financial success and a surprise hit. He briefly held the record for the greatest remake of all time, while beauty and the beast surpassed it the following year. It grossed $364 million in the US and Canada and 602.5 million in other countries around the world in total 966.6 million dollars, compared to a budget of $ 175 million. Worldwide, the film was released on 28.000 RealD 3D screens, and the opening IMAX worldwide at 20.4 million from 901 screens IMAX, a new record for PG film. He collected a total of $ 39 million in IMAX cinemas in the world. On 13 may, he became the second film of 2016, after Zootopia own Studio to pass $ 800 million. June 10, became the third film in 2016, after Zootopia and Captain America: Civil war to pass $ 900 million. Deadline Hollywood has calculated the profit of the film, over $ 258 million, when factoring together all costs and revenues for the film, making it the sixth most profitable release in 2016.
6.2. Welcome The United States and Canada. (США и Канада)
Predictions for the first weekend in the U.S. and Canada were continuously revised upwards, starting from $60 million to $88 million, with female and older male quadrant, being the Prime draw. "The jungle book" was shown at 4.028 theatres which theatres 3.100 75% were in 3D, including IMAX screens 376, 463 large format screens premium and 145 D-box seats. It opened on Friday, 15 April 2016, about 9.500 screens at 4.028 theaters, and earned $ 32.4 million, the fourth-biggest April on Friday. This includes 4.2 million $from Thursday, preview, big preview for Disneys live-adaptation of associated with Maleficent, is almost unheard of on title PG, which rarely attracts many ticketbuyers late at night. In total he earned $103.3 million In the first weekend, exceeding expectations by 40%, was recorded the biggest PG-rated APR opening break hop s record, the second-largest Disney live action adaptation Opening for Alice in Wonderland, and the second largest April Opening for fast and furious 7. He also carried out exclusively in 3D and IMAX formats, where they both generated an income of $44 million and $10.4 million opening weekend gross films, respectively, and later broke the record for the biggest April release opening of Disney in IMAX. It is noteworthy that he also became only the second PG-rating release to ever to open above $ 100 million after Alice in Wonderland and the third film in 2016, the opening Price is above $ 100 million after Deadpool and Batman V Superman: dawn of justice. She earned for the first week, the second biggest in the Disney live action adaptation, second only to Alice in Wonderland with the 146.6 million seven-day gross of $ 130.7 million.
Relying on excellent word of mouth and get spring break, he fell only 40% in its second weekend, earning $61.5 million, maintaining its leading position far surpassing newcomer hunter: war of the winter. That puts the jungle Book in the top fifteen-second at the weekend in terms of films that opened above $100 million, he scored a fourth to drop back Shrek 2 -33%, Spider-Man, -39%, and Star Wars: the Force awakens -39%. These numbers came to us $ 5.6 million from IMAX shows two of the weekend a total of 18.4 million dollars, which is about 10% of the total North American box office gross. He crossed $200 million on its twelfth day of release and managed to hold first place for the third consecutive weekend with $43.7 million from 4.041 theaters adding 13 more theaters, falling only 29%, outgrossing the next six shots combined in the holes of the three newcomers, and recorded the sixth-largest third weekend of all time. In addition, 29% drop is the smallest in the third to exclude from its second weekend to open at $ 100 million. Disney has added 103 theaters at movies fourth weekend of release, which promoted him count theater 4.144 in theaters, but nevertheless, he was captured by Disney Captain America: Civil war after experiencing a 50% reduction. It passed $ 300 million at its thirtieth day of release, may 14, as it continued to witness marginal decline in the number of new releases weekend after weekend. It amounted to 3.53 times its opening weekend numbers, which is one of the greatest of all time film open above $ 100 million. He was one of the few surprise hits and one of the highest grossing films of the year, along search of Dori, the secret life of Pets, and Zootopia around talking animals to dominate year-end chart.
6.3. Welcome Other countries. (Другие страны)
The film was released in approximately 70 countries. Outside US and Canada, it opened in 15 markets and 69 IMAX screens a week before its U.S. debut, and faced significant competition from newcomer hunter: war of the winter and a relic of the Batman V Superman: dawn of justice, the latter of which is going into its third weekend. The reason for the split pattern of release was because Disney wanted to make some space before Captain America: Civil war releases in early may, as well as taking advantage of school holidays and avoid local competition. He ultimately collected $ 31.7 million, debuted in first place across all markets and second place at the international box office for dawn of justice, which played in 67 markets. In its second weekend, it expanded to cover an additional 49 countries 88% of the total market and gathered 138.6 million dollars from 64 countries, it is easy to be a leader in international distribution, a large part came from China. Approximately 63% or $85 million, which came from 3D screenings, with the biggest 3D opening of a stage in the face of China 98%, Germany 83%, Brazil 73%, Russia 60%, Mexico 47%, and in the UK 39%. Only $ 10 million came from IMAX screens 525, entry on PG and the April release. Further, he continues to hold first place in its third weekend after adding another 98.9 million from 53 territories, only an insignificant fall of 32%. IMAX generated another $ 6.1 million from 484 theaters IMAX for a three-day weekend sum of $ 20.6 million. After three consecutive No. 1 runs, he was finally deposed studios Captain America: Civil war in its fourth weekend.
In India, it scored the second largest opening day for a Hollywood movie, earning $1.51 million for the Avengers: age of Ultron approximately 1.500 screens and scored the second-a Hollywood opening weekend of all time, with $8.4 million up to 1.600 screens, second only to "fast and furious 7" from the point of view of local and us currency, works better than expected, and their initial $5-6 million opening projection. The first weekend in India alone surpassed the entire life of all of disneys other video fantasy-adaptations - Cinderella, Maleficent, Oz the Great and powerful, Alice in Wonderland - in the country. He then went on to score the biggest opening and one week for a Hollywood movie with $ 15.1 million. In its second weekend, it dropped only 40% to 4.97 million. In just ten days, he became the fourth highest grossing theres a Hollywood movie with $ 21.2 million. Wednesday, April 19 - the twelfth day of release it surpassed the "fast and furious 7" became the highest grossing foreign Hollywood issue / all there. By the end of its theatrical run, the film is estimated at 38.8 million dollars, half his income - 58% - of the local dubbed versions compared to the Avengers: age of Ultron, which saw 45% of its income from dubbed versions.
In China, where the film was known as fantasy forest, the expectations were high, with forecasts of up to 154-200 million dollars or more. In the end, he couldnt hit those marks. Before the films release in the state, Disney was very successful at the box office with Zootopia preceding the month in which anthropomorphic animals was a Central figure. Forbes noted that the jungle Book was just such a film that the Chinese audience like 3D graphics, a heartwarming story, and talking animal cast. It earned on its opening day around $ 12 million., including the amount is $300.000 from preview screenings 65.000. Relying on the good word and positive feedback although most of the audience with polarized reception from the critics, it grew by 72%, for the second day in $ 20 million. Through the first weekend he collected 48.5 million U.S. dollars, including 5.1 million $279 screens IMAX, a new record for April. It was a great Walt Disney pictures movie opening ever, second-great for family movie Kung fu Panda 3, the second largest April debut for "furious 7", and the fourth largest Disney open. He led the daily box office through the first week and continued to remain at the top of the box office for a second weekend, after falling only 20% to $29.8 million, Despite some competition. It ended its run, there are a total of 150.1 million dollars in thirty days to play in theaters, adding $ 1.2 million on his last day. Although the drop was slightly below expectations, it nevertheless appeared like a huge financial success and becoming the fourth largest Disney have release.
In the United Kingdom and Ireland, it was the first weekend a total amount of 9.9 million 14.1 million from 594 theaters and in France with $ 8.1 million. Elsewhere, high openings were recorded in Russia and the CIS $7.4 million, Germany - $5.1 million, Spain - $3.9 million, Australia $2.8 million, Argentina $2.3 million, and in Malaysia, where he scored the biggest first weekend for a live-action Disney film with $2.3 million. In the UK, it was the first film of 2016 to earn more than £ 5 million in three consecutive weekends and the first film with Jurassic World, Ghost, and Star Wars: the Force awakens 2015 all the films in order to achieve this, and the first film in 2016 earn in excess of £40 million to $58 million. In South Korea, she was faced with competition from Warcraft, but eventually debuted at the top of the charts with 6.2 million. She still has not earned a total of $ 18 million.
It opened in Japan on August 11, along with the superhero film X-Men: Apocalypse and put the four day opening of $ 6.2 million from 676 screens 3 for two days, a million dollars, debuting in second place behind the secret life of Pets. Although the discovery rate was considered mediocre, deadline Hollywood noted that Japan is a market that can see large multipliers. It fell in its second weekend, only 30% earned $2.1 million for eleven days in just $ 13.7 million.
In total revenue, the largest markets outside USA and Canada China 150.1 million. United Kingdom $66.2 million and India $38.8 million. It was the highest grossing film of 2016 in Europe, a total of 209 million dollars, the United Kingdom and Ireland and in India.
6.4. Welcome Critical response. (Критическая реакция)
The film received critical acclaim from critics and audiences. On the review aggregator rotten tomatoes, the film holds a rating of 95% based on 315 reviews with an average rating of 7.72 / 10. The sites critical consensus reads: "How lovely to behold as it is exciting to see the jungle Book is a rare remake that actually improves upon its predecessors - all the time sets a new standard for CGI." On Metacritic the film has a weighted average score of 77 out of 100, based on 49 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews". Spectators interviewed by the Agency CinemaScore gave the film an average rating of "a" with " in scale F and PostTrak said the audience gave him an overall positive assessment of 92%. Ninety-seven percent of viewers gave the film A or B, and he has received both from under - and over-25 crowd, and among those over the age of 18 and for those over 50 spectators.
Todd McCarthy of the Hollywood reporter wrote: "an exceptionally beautiful here and is backed by a stellar vocal composition, this umpteenth film version of Rudyard Kiplings tale of young Mowgli adventures among the inhabitants of the Indian jungle proves quite attractive, even if it eventually lacks in subtext and thematic weight." Andrew Barker of variety felt that this version of "cant compete with the woolly looseness of Disneys 1967 animated classic, of course, but it will be able to own so good that such comparisons are hardly necessary." Robbie Collin of the Telegraph gave the film four stars out of five, and says it is "a sincere and unflinching adaptation, which goes back to Kipling for fresh inspiration." Alonso Duralde of the wrap says, "This book may lack the post-vaudeville razzamatazz of its predecessor, but Director Jon Favreau and the team of wizards effects immerse us in one of the larger screens of the most incredible artificial worlds, since Avatar". Peter Bradshaw writes for the guardian, gave the film Four out of five stars and felt that the film a Touch of the Apocalypse in it, to find elements of the plot will be the same as in "the lion King". He wrote that the film was "spectacular, exciting, funny and fun" and that he "generously revives the spirit of the Disney original movie". Pete Hammond of deadline Hollywood wrote that the film was laughter, excitement, extraordinary voice, and most importantly, a big heart, calling it a cinematic achievement like no other. In particular, he commended the activities of the Murrays and visual effects, considering it "simply amazing". Chris Nashawaty of entertainment weekly rated the film a–, calling it one of the biggest surprises of 2016. He, however, felt the two songs were pretty unnecessary, and believed that the film would be too frightening for children.
Richard Roeper from the Chicago sun-times awarded the film Three and a half stars, noting CGI as reaching the summit film. He called it "a beautifully rendered, visually arresting take on Rudyard Kiplings often filmed tale", but found the musical numbers to be trivial, saying that without the musical numbers, the film could be more exciting streamlined adventure. "Los Angeles times" Kenneth Turan noted that "the jungle Book is a kind of a family film intended to even those who are without families, they want one to take with you." Peter Travers of Rolling stone awarded the film Three and a half stars out of four, calling it scary and exciting, but unique and memorable, and adding that it "fills us with something rare in movies today - a sense of wonder". The village Voice bilge Ebiri with welcomed the film as fast and light and that it "manages to be just scary enough to make us feel the danger of loneliness in the middle of a massive jungle, but never indulgent or gratuitous". Cath Clarke of time than the nature of the Elbas Sher Khan, to Scar from the Lion King, calling him a "villain of the year". Matt Zoller Seitz of RogerEbert.com also had high praise for the way of Elbas Sher Khan, saying: "his threats loping are so powerful that it will be terrible or anything, but the symbol becomes a great villain through creative empathy. We understand and appreciate your point of view, even if its implementation would mean the death of Mowgli".
Movies visual effects and 3D photos were compared with those, Avatar, gravity, Hugo, and "Life of PI". Sarah ward of screen international wrote that the level of detail on screen in the film "is likely to cause the same amazing reaction of James Camerons box office topper". Entertainment weekly called it "one of the few 3D movies that actually benefit from being in 3D." The film also had positive feedback from Indian contemporary critics and publications such as the times of India, Indian, India today, Indian Express and economic times.
The film also had its share of critics, with most reviewers criticizing the inconsistency of the tone of the film and Directors of indecision to stick to one vision. New York times Manola Dargis, the was less enthusiastic. Sam C. Mac of slant magazine wrote, "Jon Favreau relies heavily on his films, the animated precursor to the plot, the imagery of the song and the scenery, but dont know how to fit these elements into his own vision." Josh Spiegel movie mezzanine, too, share those sentiments, saying that the film "stumbles, because the people involved are not ready to devote himself fully to either make almost frame for frame remake or go in a completely different direction." Rene Rodriguez of the Miami Herald felt the film was soulless, writing that "it is better these animals can talk and look, the more the film is a great saver. You admire the Jungle Book, but you cant lose yourself in it."
7. Continued. (Продолжение)
After the films financial and critical success, the Studio began work on a sequel. Jon Favreau confirmed to return as Director, while screenwriter Justin marks will return to the film. Shortly after the release of the film, Favreau and signs initially signed on to direct and write the sequel, but the sequel can have a release sometime in the fall of 2019 and will be filmed back to back with Favreaus remake of the Lion King. But in March 2017, the sequel was on hold, so that Favreau will have to focus mainly on "the Lion King". By January 2018, the office has completed the draft of the sequel, who said that he would "go on through" Kiplings material, as well as elements of the bill Hallock rejected drafts for a film of 1967. In October 2018, Neil Sethi has confirmed that he will return, like Mowgli in the sequel.
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- The Jungle Book is a Disney media franchise that commenced in 1967 with the theatrical release of The Jungle Book It is based on Rudyard Kipling s works
- April 2016 release of Walt Disney Pictures own Jungle Book adaptation. In July 2018, Warner Bros. Pictures sold the rights for the film to Netflix. The film
- The Jungle Book 1894 is a collection of stories by the English author Rudyard Kipling. Most of the characters are animals such as Shere Khan the tiger
- that appear in Rudyard Kipling s Jungle Book story collection, its sequel The Second Jungle Book and the various film adaptations based on those books
- The Jungle Book 2 is a 2003 animated film produced by the Australian office at DisneyToon Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures and Buena Vista
- The Jungle Book is a 2016 American fantasy adventure film directed and co - produced by Jon Favreau, written by Justin Marks and produced by Walt Disney
- Rudyard Kipling s The Jungle Book also known simply as The Jungle Book is a 1994 live - action American adventure film co - written and directed by Stephen
- The Lone Wolf or Big Wolf is a fictional character in Rudyard Kipling s stories, The Jungle Book and The Second Jungle Book He is the leader of the
- The Jungle Book is a 3D CGI animated television series. This series is based on the original book by Rudyard Kipling. The adventures of Mowgli, a human
- Kipling s Mowgli stories, collected in The Jungle Book and The Second Jungle Book She is a female Indian wolf, member of the Seeonee pack, who while suckling
- release of Disney s The Jungle Book 2016 Mowgli is a man - cub human child who was raised by Akela s pack. He grows up in the jungle with Baloo, Kaa
- The Jungle Book Mowgli s Story is a 1998 live - action direct - to - video film directed by Nick Marck, produced by Mark H. Orvitz and written by Jose Rivera
- The Jungle Book Alive with Magic was a nighttime show at Disney s Animal Kingdom in the Walt Disney World Resort. The Jungle Book Alive with Magic was
- The Second Jungle Book Mowgli Baloo is a 1997 American adventure film starring Jamie Williams as Mowgli, with Roddy McDowall and Billy Campbell in supporting
- Concrete Jungle a 2016 single by Au Ra The Concrete Jungle 1960 film or The Criminal, a British film directed by Joseph Losey The Concrete Jungle film
- George of the Jungle is an American animated television series produced by Jay Ward and Bill Scott, who created The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. The character
- The Jungle is a 1906 novel by the American journalist and novelist Upton Sinclair 1878 1968 Sinclair wrote the novel to portray the harsh conditions
- Jungle Cubs is an American animated series produced by Disney for ABC in 1996 and based on the 1967 film The Jungle Book but set in the youth of the
- Hey Arnold The Jungle Movie is a 2017 American animated television film based on the Nickelodeon series Hey Arnold which was created by Craig Bartlett
- Bomba the Jungle Boy is a series of American boy s adventure books produced by the Stratemeyer Syndicate under the pseudonym Roy Rockwood and published
- The Jungle Cruise is a river boat attraction located in Adventureland at many Disney Parks worldwide, namely Disneyland, Magic Kingdom, Tokyo Disneyland
- ranked the 8th and 9th highest - grossing animated films respectively. The Jungle Book is among the 50 highest - grossing films of all time. The Secret Life
- 1950 A sequel to The Jungle Book 2016 The film is a spin - off to Aladdin 2019 Rose Red is an spin - off of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1937
- Kinshasa The Rumble in the Jungle was a historic boxing event in Kinshasa, Zaire now Democratic Republic of the Congo on October 30, 1974. Held at the 20th
- Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is a 2017 American fantasy adventure comedy film directed by Jake Kasdan, co - written by Chris McKenna, Erik Sommers, Scott
- 14, The Jungle Book became the 58th film overall, to gross more than 300 million becoming the 29th fastest to reach the benchmark achieving the milestone
- Jungle Book Entertainment is an International film and television production company, founded by Gaurav Dhingra and Pan Nalin, who met during the making
- chronicling the adventures of Asia - based hunter Jim Bradley, who was nicknamed Jungle Jim. The character also trekked through radio, film comic book and television