Film & TV

DVD Review: Jungle Master

A girl runs away from home after her mother forgets it’s her birthday and is transported to a magical faraway jungle where she embarks on an epic adventure.

A girl called Rainie (Victoria Justice) runs away from home after her mother (Jane Lynch) forgets it’s her birthday.

Rainie is transported to a magical faraway jungle where she is saved by a fearless blue boy called Blue (Josh Peck). She meets Blue’s grandfather Dr Wells (Christopher Lloyd) who is a scientist who was sent to the magical land by the villainous Boss Cain (David Spade).

With the help of Blue’s grandfather and their newfound friend Mulla (Jon Lovitz), they embark on an epic adventure to help Blue become the leader he is destined to be and save the rainforest from the Boss Cain.

The animation is colourful and easy to enjoy. Even though it is not at Pixar standards of quality, Jungle Master has the same kind of feel and style of humour.

With an array of well-known actors and their recognisable and unique voices, this made Jungle Master an entertaining adventure story with a simple story. The important message is to stop every once and a while to appreciate your family and friends, with a subtle message to respect the environment and to do the right thing for the benefit of others.

Reviewed by Adriana Allman

Rating out of 10:  8

Jungle Master is out now on DVD and Video on Demand.


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