Jungle Run (2021) Movie Review

Director: Noah Luke

Writer: Marc Gottlieb (Screenplay)

Starring: Alyson Gorske, Richard Grieco, Jack Pearson, Jamie Petitto, Wade Hunt Williams

Plot: Sibling adventurers come under attack from jungle animals while searching for their missing father. As they fight back against the relentless onslaught, they soon start to realize something much more sinister is happening.

Runtime: 1 Hour 25 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Jungle Run starts when Amanda (Gorske) and her brother Scott (Pearson) hire Lebecq (Williams) to take them down the Amazon river as they search for their father who has suddenly vanished working for Vera (Petitto) company deep in the jungle.

As the group head deeper into the jungle they will find themselves coming up against the different dangers within the jungle, some deadlier than others.

Thoughts on Jungle Run

ThoughtsJungle Run is a movie looking to take advantage of the big blockbuster Jungle Cruise, where we have a pair of siblings traveling down the Amazon River in search for something, this time their father, even if there is a supernatural element behind what they are searching for. This is everything you would come to expect from the knock off version of a bigger movie, weaker story, worse effects all CGI animals for each different moment of peril, we get a different animal from the jungle, not the best acting and all and all, just sloppy. It is a film you could enjoy with a few drinks, get a laugh out of certain things, but by the end it isn’t going to be anything you remember for a good reason.

Final Thoughts Jungle Run is everything you would expect from a cheap knock off, of a big budget movie.

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