The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo

The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo

In this exciting live-action adventure, young Mowgli, an orphan raised by wolves, is spotted by a scout for a giant circus. Accompanied by a cruel hunter and a snake charmer, the scout sets out to trap Mowgli. But with the help of Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther, little Mowgli leads the adults into his biggest and wildest adventure yet! A fun-filled movie every member of the family will enjoy.

Pre-teen jungle boy Mowgli gets to human world and is pursued by P.T.Barnum circus scout Harrison who wants to take him to circus as curiosity. Harrison hires local grandee Buldeo for help ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo torrent reviews

Alenwort T (jp) wrote: A beautiful, poignant, original film that is more unsettling than 95% of horror films

Joey H (us) wrote: This movie is full of cheesy goodness. The acting is atrocious, the dialogue is hilariously bad, and the scares are all sorts of cliched, even though one did get me. That is exactly why I enjoyed it. Good for a mindless laugh.

Paul D (gb) wrote: The opening action shots are strong, but there is a plethora of over-acting throughout in what is a thoughtless action thriller.

Chris T (jp) wrote: I am a big fan of Chinese martial arts films. They seem to have cinematic shots in beautiful locals while swords are clashing. This movie did not disappoint at all. Great plot and decent fighting scenes as well. If you are in the mood for action, then this movie is right up your alley.

Sharon B (es) wrote: It's one of those films you thought was great when you were younger, but you soon realise it's really quite bad, though you can't help but love it. The script & the acting isn't great, but the cynicism makes it different to other teen films. However the happy ending removes this brilliant cynicism which is disappointing.

Megan E (ag) wrote: This movie was HORRIBLE. However, it had a shirtless Adrock so I'm giving it 5 stars! Best line "There's a Motel 9 in Ely that has 48 rooms. 48 rooms!"

TTT C (jp) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up Interesting and well-directed.

Kevin M W (gb) wrote: A "big" Hollywood movie in its day, represented by dint of extravagant color, large, swelling musical scores, and turgid acting about an "important" issue of the day, in this case: young lust. This can't turn out well and it doesn't (Hollywood was doing all it could to defeat television in those days), but along the way we get Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty in their youthful heyday, a decent script by William Inge, and fine character work by the supporting cast.

Four Star F (it) wrote: Directed by Akira Kurosawa and starring Takashi Shimura, this drama is loaded full of irony. As the film opens, right away we learn the protagonist has stomach cancer, except he has yet to find out. He has spent 30 years of his life working at a monotonous job as a bureaucrat. Only after he discovers that he barely has 6 months left does Watanabe-san actually begin to live his life again. He tries the night life of Japan and it does not satisfy. Then he starts spending time with a lively, young worker that he used to know. All the while he thinks about telling his son about his condition but he cannot bring himself to do it. However, Watanabe-san finally finds a way to leave his mark on this life. And yet 5 months later he is dead and his fellow bureaucrats seemingly dismiss his accomplishment Through a series of flashbacks they ultimately realize what he really did. I found this film to be powerful because this idea is so powerful. It makes me question if I am really living my life to the fullest extent.

Stephen E (de) wrote: I find that Fritz Lang's films are often hit-or-miss, but even when they miss, they're still usually interesting failures. "Hangmen Also Die!" isn't a failure at all, but it is too long and not as tensely directed as it should have been. What could have been a riveting thriller about the Czechs getting their revenge against the Nazis ends up being kind of exciting but nonetheless forgettable. Side note: it was co-written by noted German playwright Bertolt Brecht, who seldom wrote screenplays.

WS W (ag) wrote: It's all about PENIS.