Jungle

Jungle

By Greg McLean

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release Date: 2017-10-20
  • Advisory Rating: 15
  • Runtime: 1h 55min
  • Director: Greg McLean
  • Production Company: Screen Queensland
  • Production Country: Australia, Colombia
  • iTunes Price: GBP 7.99
5.8/10
5.8
From 479 Ratings

Description

From the celebrated director of Wolf Creek and starring Daniel Radcliffe comes JUNGLE; the terrifying true story of one man's 17 day fight for survival. Young Yossi Ghinsberg leaves a safe future behind to chase an improbable dream in the mysterious depths of the Amazon rain forest. When he and two fellow adventurers, Kevin Gale and Marcus Stamm, meet the charismatic Karl Ruchprecter and follow him into the jungle, what begins as the realisation of a dream soon turns into a harrowing psychological fight for survival.

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Reviews

  • Pretty good watch

    3
    By Tomg12345
    If you’ve read the book, you’ll enjoy the film - but you might be a little disappointed that the characters aren’t as developed as you find in the novel. Still a well produced film with a top lead actor.
  • Atrocious

    1
    By justlistening
    Atrocious acting, story and action. Not even worth 99pence to rent. Watch paint dry instead.
  • BEUTIFUL AND EXCITING

    5
    By DDSPACE
    I WAS REALLY TOUCHED AND ENGAGED FROM START TO FINISH.DANIL RADCLIFFE IS A WONDEFUL ACTOR.GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT AND ABSORB THIS FILM.
  • Enjoyable.

    4
    By Alsanis
    It’s not the most exciting film in the world, but I enjoyed it. Daniel is a good actor, and he really threw himself into this. I’m always interested in a movie based on a true story, and this didn’t disappoint. If you want a fast paced, action packed thriller, choose something else, but if you’re kind of tired of fast paced & action packed, and want something more realistic to watch, choose this. I’m sort of sorry I didn’t buy it now, I’d like to watch it again sometime. Hey Apple, I’m hoping you’ll make iTunes movies like Apple Music at some point, and just let us subscribe for full access. But for now, it’d be nice to have the option of paying the extra to purchase after watching a rental.
  • Bungle

    1
    By DreamsFeelReal
    Don't bother. A whiny, clumsy jaunt through a story that could have otherwise been a promising piece of cinema, if only it had had the attention of a better script, cast, director etc. Radcliffe, whilst a competant actor, is a mess as the Israeli protagonist. The accent was beyond cringe. The plot development was non-existent, and I was left feeling completely apathetic to all involved. Don't survive the jungle/do survive....what do I care?
  • 'Jungle'… great film, engrossing and wonderfully acted.

    5
    By London-guy44
    'Jungle'… it's a great film. I recommend it. A really engrossing true story about a man's growing despair at being lost in a remote jungle. The lead character is really beautifully acted by Daniel Radcliffe. He made me care about his character from beginning to end.
  • rubbish - bad acting!

    1
    By South-AfricanGuy
    do not bother watching this!
  • Absolutely Superb!

    5
    By Roop737
    DR is outstanding. Loved this film. Just watch it.
  • Jungle

    5
    By B.S.Shoes
    This was a magnificent film, with Daniel Ratcliffe at last shedding his Harry Potter persona! Ratcliiffe gave his body and soul to this movie - and, what a stirring performance he gives! He deserves to be Oscar nominated come Next year's Acadamy Awards! One could virtually feel what his character - a true story of survival against all the odds - was experiencing! Bravo, Daniel! Move over De Caprio!!
  • These people must have been on drugs when watching this

    2
    By WASTEOFTIME!!!!
    Predictable, very slow moving, and basic basic plot line. Poor acting, really embarrassing Israeli accent from Harry Potter and so so many other great movies along similar theme's beat this one hands down. There are zero surprises or plot swings, and two characters just literally disappear with no explanation of what happened to them!!!!

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