The Jungle Book 2

Theatrical Release: February 14, 2003
DVD Release: June 10, 2003
The Jungle Book 2
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Synopsis

In this Disney animation, a sequel to Rudyard Kipling’s classic “Jungle Book,” the boy Mowgli (voice of Haley Joel Osment) now lives in a village with a loving human family, but he misses his bear pal Baloo (John Goodman) and the freedom of living in the jungles of India. Mowgli sneaks away from the village one night, and his friend Shanti (Mae Whitman) and her little brother Ranjan (Conner Funk) follow him. They soon become lost, but Mowgli has a joyful reunion with Baloo and the wise old panther Bagheera (Bob Joles). Meanwhile, Shere Khan (Tony Jay), the vicious man-eating tiger, resumes his quest to destroy the boy. The lively music includes a few new tunes, Jungle Rhythm and W-I-L-D, along with old favorites Bare Necessities and I Wanna Be Like You.

Dove Review

“The Jungle Book 2” lacks a strong moral message but is nice, lighthearted entertainment. Without concern, parents can take young children, who will be enchanted by the music, comical antics of Baloo, and exciting adventures of Mowgli and his friends.

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Info

Company: Buena Vista Home Video
Genre: Children
Runtime: 72 min.
Industry Rating: G
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Mary Draughon