Jungle Cruise Movie Leaked for Download on Filmywap, Filmyzilla, 123Movies Isaimini 720p 420p– Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, Édgar Ramírez, Jack Whitehall, Jesse Plemons, and Paul Giamatti starrer Jungle Cruise movie has been leaked on torrent websites like Filmyzilla, Filmywap, 123Movies and other torrent websites. According to some news Jungle Cruise movie download link is also leaked on Telegram, Tamilrockers, Isaimini and other torrent websites. Due to this torrent websites filmmakers have to face financial loss. Downloading and streaming of such movie is illegal.
Google user Marcy Aaron mentioned in a review “WOW THIS MOVIE GOT A LOT DARKER THAN I THOUGHT IT WOULD. (No major spoilers) To be honest the darker parts carried a lot of the movie for me. It’s a cute cheesy Disney movie till you get your teeth kicked in by snake mc’gee over here, as well as the concept of immortals begging for death(not original but still interesting). The antagonists designs in general where just pretty sweet.”
|Directed by||Jaume Collet-Serra|
|Produced by||John Davis
|Country of origin||United States|
|Release date||30 July 2021 (US)|
Wall Street Journal reporter John Anderson mentioned in a review “Jungle Cruise movie’s not cheap; it’s fun, mostly. Considerable credit is due to the movie’s raft of writers, and to director Jaume Collet-Serra (usually an action-thriller-Liam Neeson specialist), for poking fun at theme parks and tourists. They are, after all, the Jungle Cruise thrill-ride base Ms. Blunt seems to be having fun playing a distaff version of Indiana Jones. Mr. Johnson is always the same, but being able to be yourself is exactly what separates mere movie actors from movie stars.”
Independent.co.uk reporter Clarisse Loughrey mentioned in a review “In truth, much of Jungle Cruise feels bound to this push-and-pull between old and new sensibilities. After all, it’s based on an attraction that recently had many of its animatronics removed and replaced under the banner of “cultural sensitivity”, which in real terms means detaching its storyline from the racist, colonial overtones of the original.”
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