Based on 380 votes and 113 reviews
Lol is just a movie. I did not get offended when they crossed sexes.
It's a very silly and devoid of imagination script. I was bored to tears.
Movie was funny and not as dark as the original. All the actors were great. Better than the first one.
Loved it! Want to buy it!
Disappoint. am not a prude, but am tired of hollywood elites in their social experiments of cross sexual crap...thought it would be fun like robin wil. movie but was offended when girl becomes man and flirts with all other men and they have to show him how to use penis to pee. WHEN WILL THEY LEARN WE JUST WANT TO SEE FUNNY WITH GOOD STORY LINE WITHOUT ALL THE CUSSING, SEX AND GUNS LIKE THEY USED TO MAKE....TIRED OF IT THATS WHY EVEN THIS KIND OF MOVIE INSULTS SOME OF US WHO STILL CLING TO GOD AND GUNS!!!!!!!!
I loved this movie the acting was great and the plot was really good. I know some people who were hesitant about watching the new jumanji because they were worried it wouldn't be as good as the first but I assure you it is defiantly worth seeing.
Best family movie ever
Good action from the beginning till the end with a large dose of comedy.
Loved the remake! I still think the original movie is better though. This movie was very entertaining and fun to watch!
I loved everything about the movie!
The film itself wasn’t bad, but it will never beat Robin Williams.
Loved the way the characters reflected the teens who chose them. Movie was lots of fun. Thoroughly enjoyable viewing. Can't agree with the prudes who are complaining about the "skimpy" outfit. You see more skin on any beach (and often in town) and it fit with the "man-killer" character. And those complaining seem to have missed the point - the teenager learned how to believe in herself, that she had power and didn't have to be afraid to face boys.
karen is haaaaaaaaaaaaawt
Soooo much fun!!! Would see it again and again. Thank you! :-)
funny, very enjoyable! jack black is hilarious!
Was a wonderful family fun movie Had a couple of adult themed scenes but nothing too offensive Light mindless but fun
It was a money grabber
Went with no expectations. Was a very fun, entertaining, ride, which is exactly what I wanted on a cold winter's night! Excellent cast and then you throw in a Jonas! What more could you want?
Fun ride, but all surface, no depth (like its predecessor). Nothing wrong with that, though. Notice that this is a short, spoiler-free review that was not written by a prudish and imbecilic teacher. Brevity is the soul of wit. Look into it.
Fun movie from start to finish. I am surprised it only gets 4 stars. I guess you can not please everyone.
We were pleasantly surprised! A fun, light escape. Very well cast. Some good laughs for sure.
The movie was well liked by my teenage sons and myself. I thought there were a few "inappropriate" bits that would most likely go over heads of younger audience members. (Hopefully) My 15 year old summed it up well by saying that some parts were "a bit cringey." There was a kiss at school at the end, which nobody seemed to think was at all unusual, but had me squirming a bit, as a teacher. We were rolling with laughter at several points, though, and the language, violence, and "sex" typical for a PG-13 movie nowadays was refreshingly not-present. My younger son especially liked the scene where a character is eaten by a hippo, and when the character played by Kevin Hart argued that he couldn't help because he was carrying a backpack. We loved Jack Black's character, and the premise of the movie was unique and fun. I thought it presented great moral lessons, but promoted "sexy" as powerful for teen girls, which rubbed me as wrong. Smart should have been valued more than sexy, but. . .I'm not the writer. At least the main female character made an attempt at modesty. I'd would recommend for ages 12 and up, more for boys.
A stoogeapalooza of silly scenes and actors. The best part was the rhino runaway action when the helicopter tried to flee in the rift valley! WOW
I think this is a great movie for the kids; there were a lot of them in the theater, but it was a little disappointing from an adult perspective, I was expecting more considering the caliber of the cast .
I loved this movie..lots of fun and action..really felt I got my money's worth!!!!
don't waste your money !!
I went expecting a remake and some humour. It’s actually a continuation and it’s funnier than I could’ve expected. Story was good and this movie delivers in much the way the original did. Definitely worth the price of admission, IMO.
Zzzzzzzzzz! Wait for it on the internet, anyone giving this more is looking at a red shirt/short shorts or love the rock! Love blinds sorry!
Not bad, but Karen Gillan wore far too much clothing.
actually surprised at how good this movie was
I really Loved this movie, very funny and action packed with adult humour that had the wife and I in tears laughing.
So funny. I belly laughed all the way through it.
Humorous, adventurous, funny, & heartfelt.
Just a copy from the original one. Some jokes and poor acting. Nothing classic from this movie.
The movie. Was really funny.
Fun, laugh out loud comedy. I thought the adult “avatars” did a good job expressing the insecurities of teenagers. I watched this with my thirteen year old nephew, we both had a blast. The “skimpy clothes” that people keep referring to are shorts and a crop top that revealed nothing but the woman’s toned abs. People complain about kissing in a kids movie, there were only two kisses in the hole movie.
I agree wtih the one poster. Look at Star Wars aka "kids movie" shirtless ripped guy nobody has a problem. Plus it's the jungle what do you want this girl to wear a moo moo? get a life people it's a movie
The main broad in the skimpy skirt is haaaaaaaaaaaaawt. And this movie was wicked!
Did that person actually compare Magic Mike, clearly intended for adults interested in stripping scenes, to the comment about skimpy clothes, in this movie? I agree with the skimpy clothing comment - don’t put it in kids movies. And reviewer - please don’t compare the scenes that show women - and men - in sexual situations, to a movie directed at young teens like this one. You are comparing apples to oranges. You know what you’re getting when you go to an R rated movie, and that’s anyone’s choice to go. And yes, it’s anyone’s choice to see jumaji. But let’s show teenagers how to respect females at a young age, so we’re not still living in the “me too” age, 10 years from now.