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Families can talk about The Jungle Book's scary fights, chases, and deaths. Which scenes made you jump? Were you expecting them? What tells us to expect something scary when we're watching a movie?
How much scary stuff can young kids handle? What mistakes does Mowgli make?
What are the consequences for those mistakes? Why is it important for kids to see consequences in movies? Do you agree with Bagheera that Mowgli belongs in the man village? The monkey screeches at Mowgli. Cut to a clip from Super Mario Bros. A group of monkeys called the Bandar-Log suddenly appear and kidnap Mowgli to take him to their leader, King Louie, a giant Gigantopithecus ape.
Before meeting him, Mowgli picks up a cowbell and rings it; a green arrow points to the cowbell NC vo : That's right. Monkeys kidnap Mowgli and take him to a temple, where King Louie, voiced by Christopher "You bet your ass they made this joke" Walken , resides, who NC: I'm not even kidding.
It's a totally different tone and attitude, but it kind of works. King Louie Christopher Walken : You, man-cub. You come from the south, the north? What part? Mowgli: The south, I guess. King Louie: You know who I am? I am the king of the Bandar-Log. Steps out of the shadows to reveal himself NC vo : He's kind of like a Mafia boss, soft-spoken, but intimidating. He's threatening, but also weirdly engaging.
King Louie: You wanna live here? You need a people to protect you. NC vo : But just when you think this is something untainted by stupid King Louie, in an attempt to convince Mowgli to give up the secret of the Red Flower, starts singing King Louie: singing Now don't try to kid me, man-cub.
I'll make a deal with you. NC: stunned Oh, my God. Is this happening? King Louie: singing What I desire is man's red fire to make my dream come true. King Louie: singing Now give me the secret, man-cub. Come on!
Clue me what to do. Oh, oo-be-doo! This song was in the animated one. Why not here? NC vo : "Bare Necessities" is a song, but not a musical number. It's a tune Baloo teaches Mowgli, and they sing it together. It's replacing conversation and expressing motivation, and it's the only one like it in the movie.
NC vo : They're just singing a song they all know after battle.
It makes sense. NC: But if the drill sergeant broke out singing An image of Sgt. Hartman commanding his soldiers is shown with Hartman's body being replaced with a Photoshopped image of Elsa's body NC vo It's friggin' goddamn ludicrous! NC: How did it get this again?!
As Mowgli attempts to escape, King Louie stops him But before getting him out, Louie reveals that the leader of the wolves Akela is dead. King Louie: Shere Khan killed him.
NC vo : Again, Bagheera could have relayed that information, but we have to pretend this pointless scene wasn't a pointless scene because, again NC: finger quotes "Grown-up" version! As Mowgli runs through the jungle, a few sparks of fire fall into the jungle floor, eventually starting a wildfire that engulfs the jungle A few drops of it fall, and I can see where the phrase "spread like wildfire" comes from because The whole jungle's on fire in seconds!
NC: Okay, this would have to literally go from this The scene showing the sparks of fire touching the ground to this The whole jungle engulfed in a wildfire in a matter of minutes. Even wildfire doesn't spread like wild fire!
As Mowgli confronts Shere Khan while holding the torch, he notices that the other animals are starting to be afraid of him NC vo : So the animals are now afraid of Mowgli for starting the fire, even his family. Refusing to kill him with the Red Flower and become what Shere Khan believes he is, Mowgli throws the torch away into a lake NC vo : But he throws out the fire, which is the stupidest thing he could've done.
Shere Khan: That was the stupidest thing you could've done. NC: Right? If you've destroyed their home, you might as well use it for its original intent! Inspired by Mowgli's selfless act, Baloo, Bagheera, the wolves and the other animals stand by Mowgli and face Shere Khan while reciting the "Law of the Jungle", making Shere Khan completely lose his cool and release his true brutal and violent nature NC vo : But the animals stand behind Mowgli to say "Thanks for burning everything down" and "Why the hell didn't we rise up to fight this jackass days earlier?
Baloo charges towards Shere Khan and fights him first Or Baloo just rushes in and everybody else just shows moral support. What can we do?
We're just killer animals! We can't fight those killer animals! The wolves and the other animals charge towards Shere Khan, while Bagheera stops Mowgli from attempting to join them NC vo : Baloo gets taken down, though, as everyone remembers, "Oh, yeah.
We can Bagheera: Fight him like a man. The vultures from the animated film are shown Buzzards that sound like the Beatles. It'd be as inconsistent as everything else. Mowgli lures Shere Khan onto a branch and swings away with a made-up rope. The branch breaks under the tiger's weight and Shere Khan falls into the fire to his death NC vo : Mowgli defeats Shere Khan through his inventive ways, and he falls to his death.
Mowgli then directs the elephants to divert the river and put out the fire He also manages to convince the elephants to put out the fires NC: Though, given how fast those flames spread, half of India should be on fire now!
All the animals look at Mowgli riding on one of the elephants as Bagheera narrates again Bagheera vo : That night, I saw something I'll never forget. I saw a little boy, without a people, bring all the jungle together for the very first time. NC: Except NC vo NC vo : Don't dress this up, Bagheera. He set your home on fire and somebody else put it out. NC: He's the equivalent of a donkey kicking a lantern. As NC speaks, we are shown the ending of the movie, showing Raksha becoming the new leader of the wolves, and Mowgli deciding to utilize his "tricks" for his own use, having finally found his place in the jungle NC vo : But, okay, you know the drill.
After all this talk of acting like a man, fighting like a man, and thinking like a man, the time has come for him to Mowgli is shown climbing up a tree next to the wolves' home go absolutely nowhere. NC is completely stunned, before nodding in reluctance NC: Interesting change. The ending scenes of Mowgli's Brothers and the animated version are shown NC vo : In just about every version, he goes back to the Man Village, because they build up that's where he belongs.
Cut back to the film But NC: face frozen and shaking his head No goddamn clue! The final scene shows Mowgli, Bagheera and Baloo all relaxing together on the tree NC vo : I have no idea how this makes anything better.
Clips of the animated version and the Chuck Jones cartoon are shown once again The story, in most of its forms, is about accepting the responsibility of who you are and where you'll grow best. Cut back to the remake's ending scene But this one ends on an image just as lazy as the writing, closing the exact same book used in the animated film.
NC: Because, you know! You just saw the animated film, except it's live-action! They're so similar!
Again becomes confused, wondering how this movie could be so acclaimed Guys, I don't get this. But there is a book and a perfectly good animated film, and nothing in this is better than either of those. The original story is aggressive, dark, and full of great truths. The animated film is cute, charming, and full of unforgettable characters.
This tries to combine them without realizing what made them work on their own. Are you gonna remember any of these characters more than the animated one? Probably not. Are you gonna remember the language or lessons as much as the book?
Wolves: This is the Law of the Jungle. Ikki: There's a rock. NC: And you know what? I want Disney to do an authentic version of this book. I want it so authentic that the author's name is above the title. NC: annoyed Not directed by the idiot who directed The Mummy movies!
We are shown a scene of the film, showing Mowgli fighting against Captain William Boone Mowgli version : Strength of a bear. Speed of a panther. The film's version of King Louie smiles and applauds. NC is beyond stunned and shocked at what he saw, slowly coming to a realization NC: Okay. Maybe this version's remake not as bad as I thought. I'm the Nostalgia Critic.
However, two huge differences come to mind between old and new — the music and the kid. We have Bill Murray singing Bare Necessities.
When we recorded that in New Orleans, it was pretty much the highlight of my career so far. The animatronic figures in the Disneyland rides were first inspired by clockwork birds in cages in New Orleans. A casting director spotted Sethi in a Bollywood dance class where his dentist parents had sent him to expend some of his excess energy.
When I was doing a scene he had puppets all over the set and basically he taught me everything about acting. He told me not to overact and made everything fun.