I honestly can’t believe that this movie is growing on me, I have an extreme weakness for Dwayne Johnson.
It feels like just yesterday that they released the first trailer for this, and I was completely and utterly disgusted by what I watched. Then I saw the trailer again, and again and again. They play it in front of a ton of movies, and this thing has grown on me. So when Rock teased the second trailer earlier this week, I was kind of excited to see what else this movie could bring to the table.
I actually don’t mind this trailer, I’ll take it for what it is. This won’t be a very good movie, and it probably won’t do very well at the box-office, but it just looks like the cast is having a ton of fun. There are plenty of laughs to be had throughout, my favourite being Kevin Hart asking if he was “still black,” then exploding due to eating a piece of cake, which I guess is his weakness? Tons of hijinxs are occurring, and yes, this is nothing like the original, but I’m almost glad it isn’t. They really needed to make it more “modern” and by having Jumanji now be a video game, they did just that.
Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson have incredible on screen chemistry together, it showed in Central Intelligence, and it appears to in Jumanji we can expect more of the same. They are great together, and I’m hoping they aren’t putting all the laughs in the trailer. This has potential to be a decent movie, but I also wouldn’t be shocked if it ends up less than 20% on Rotten Tomatoes and it some what bombs at the box-office, they just really need a good marketing campaign behind this thing to get some excitement for it. All in all it was a good trailer, and I’m more excited for this movie than I was 48 hours ago, so I guess the trailer did its job. Also Nick Jonas is either going to be okay in this, or just completely ruin the movie, so theres that.
Check ya later.
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I hadn’t seen the casting decisions for this yet. Pretty disappointed. I’m with you on Dwayne Johnson though, I was surprised at what a solid movie Baywatch was, despite the reviews.