The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book

The boy Mowgli makes his way to the man-village with Bagheera, the wise panther. Along the way he meets jazzy King Louie, the hypnotic snake Kaa and the lovable, happy-go-lucky bear Baloo, who teaches Mowgli "The Bare Necessities" of life and the true meaning of friendship.

The story takes place in a tropical jungle where people are conspicuously absent. But one day Bagheera the Panther discovers a baby in the wreck of a boat. Feeling pity on the child, Bagheera takes him to be raised with the wolves. Ten years later, the child has grown into Mowgli. Mowgli discovers that his life is in danger because of the return to the area of Shere Khan the Tiger, whose hatred of humans is such that Mowgli faces certain death if discovered. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Jungle Book torrent reviews

Ryley R (ru) wrote: A wholehearted crime drama with layers of character development, twists at every turn, and an ending that will leave you thinking for days after.

Michael H (kr) wrote: Disappointing. Pretty, but empty: battle battle battle, quite pretty moment, battle,battle, quiet pretty moment, battle battle battle battle battle, quiet pretty moment, and so on. The battles were pretty, the quiet moments were pretty. I didn't care what happened to anyone.Basically a painting in motion.Perhaps the longer original Chinese version is where the characters lived the lives we don't see in the International version.

Private U (jp) wrote: i love charlize in this one. another awkward accedental love story, gotta love it

Josh S (fr) wrote: Should have never been made

Allan C (gb) wrote: Completely forgettable sports comedy about a losing Texas college football team is forced to find a new quarterback. Coach Robert Loggia decides his best bet is to recruit a 40 year old Scott Bakula, who was at one time a hot high school prospect, who ended up not playing college ball. Bakula falls for a cute professor and the team is the usual Bad News Bears/Mighty Ducks/Major League ragtag group of underdogs (who even have a GIRL as their kicker! [SARCASM, though Kathy Ireland is really cute]). The cast is made up of solid tier two tars, like Hector Elizondo, Larry Miller, Sinbad, Fred Dalton Thompson, Rob Schneider (who I do not like), Jason Bateman, and Dick Butkus. You'll immediately forget about this film 10 minutes after you watched it, but it's not all that unpleasant to watch while you're in the moment.

Scott R (br) wrote: Most of the movie was fine, but a bit overplayed. However, in the beginning when you see the old boxer going up against a youngin', I couldn't help but sympathize with old boxer having been great and only being a has been now. That part will stick with me.

Christopher B (fr) wrote: Great to see so many post-marital situations get covered here. Several excellent actors/actresses combined with good direction and editing get all these loose threads to flow relatively smoothly through-out. Moral: Advice from friends is really just their revealing fantasies - so judge them by their words but don't do it yourself!

Matthew C (kr) wrote: Interesting performances and style don't seem to make up for this confused, unsure effort. It's clear that the filmmakers don't understand the technical aspects of their subject, and they assume that the audience fits in the same boat (too much over-explaining). The film is intriguing as a depiction true, fascinating events (though its historicity does come into question at times), but it needs to push harder with its visual styles and themes in order to be anything other than the mundane, derivative "thriller" that it is.

Jonathan M (au) wrote: Why the (smurf) was this made?


John Y (es) wrote: Great John Wayne film, but it's painful to watch because he uses a stunt double. The first sign that The Duke was getting old.