Jungle Cruise Review (2021) Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, Jack Whitehall

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Jungle Cruise review by Matt Fowler.

Jungle Cruise is a joyous summer romp rooted on by a fun script and some completely captivating chemistry between stars Johnson and Blunt. The mythology elements don’t always work, and some of the villains fizzle, but whenever the leads are on screen, including Jack Whitehall, the film finds its heart and soul.

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