Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle 
Director: Jake Kasdan
Stars: Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Karen Gillan, Nick Jonas, Bobby Cannavale and Alex Wolff
Review: Sony is having unprecedented success with this Jumanji sequel as it's become a worldwide box-office smash hit. I went in expecting to be swept away by all the hype and be surprised, but unfortunately it never really impressed me. While I definitely laughed at some of the jokes, which can't be said for other comedies, it ended up being extremely predictable and cringe. Dwayne Johnson delivers his usual performance which's undoubtedly very charismatic, but very bland also. Kevin Hart plays Kevin Hart, which is both a positive and negative. Jack Black actually impressed me the most, pretending to be the part of a teenage girl. That was one of the coolest parts of the film, seeing these big actors pretending to be teenagers sucked into a video game. And while Jack Black did it well, Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart didn't do as good a job. Karen Gillan was nothing impressive either, but played her part fine. I struggle to understand why Hollywood would cast Nick Jonas, has an atrocious actor and he proved that here. Bobby Cannavale's villain was extremely cliche and generic, but that never bugged me. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle had a brilliant concept, and continued on the Jumanji story well, the execution was just a little off. Also I appreciated the nice little nod to Robin Williams' character. The production value was also excellent, and the special effects were top notch with a surprisingly big scale. Overall, Jumanji conjured a few laughs, but in the end it fell on its face with predictability and cringe-worthy moments.