Jungle to Jungle is about two sisters who explore exotic places in their airship with the help of their app-based friend Livingstone in order to answer questions submitted to them from real-life kids around the world.
Mark D. Matthews,
Weller B. Killebrew,
Michael Cromwell is a successful albeit self-absorbed commodities broker who wants to marry his new girlfriend, but to do that he has to divorce his ex-wife who has spent several years living among South American Indians. When he travels there to obtain the divorce papers, he discovers he has a teenage son, who accompanies him back to America to learn the ways of the urban jungle.Written by
After shooting Charlotte's cat with the dart, Michael exclaims "Oh no!" in the same grunting manner as Tim Allen's character, Tim Taylor, in Home Improvement (1991). See more »
In the car, when Mimi-Siku shoots the fly on the sun visor, Michael puts it up once, then tells Mimi to put his blowgun away. Then right before Michael exits the vehicle, the sun visor is down again, and he puts it back up as he leaves. See more »
[yelling at the airport]
Oh, God! I'm dead! I've lost my house! Where will my children live?
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As the closing credits end, Mimi-Siku's voice is heard See more »
It would be a natural assumption that since Tim Allen is the main character in this movie, and that since this movie IS supposed to be a comedy, that some of Tim Allen's lines would have at least some humorous content to them. About 90% of his lines were flat and were spoken like they were SUPPOSED to be funny, but just weren't. As for the rest of the movie, why is it that since someone is raised in the jungle, they are complete idiots? His son could speak two languages, seemed rather intelligent, and yet, he'd kill someone elses fish and eat them, steal catfood from the cat and eat it, and do other stupid things that someone with common sense wouldn't do. The things he did were more embarrasingly stupid then funny and just didn't create all that many laughs. Now if we want to look at the point of view of the movie being meaningful as far as a father/son relationship...well...ok, a big time, job oriented guy with a hot new girlfriend finds out he has a son (with his devorced wife, who is of course, really cool) and the two don't get along until then end, when they suddenly do. Like we haven't seen that story before. All in all, just not all that well done. I think the idea could have worked but it was just a poor choice of a final script. Rent if you're bored, it'll entertain you, just don't expect anything all that good.
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