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  • Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017)

  • Duration
    119 mins
    Genre
    Action, Adventure, Comedy, Family.
  • In Cinemas
    December 8, 2017
    Language
    English.
  • Country
    United States of America.
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Plot For Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ is a movie genre Action, was released in December 8, 2017. Jake Kasdan was directed this movie and starring by Dwayne Johnson. This movie tell story about The tables are turned as four teenagers are sucked into Jumanji’s world – pitted against rhinos, black mambas and an endless variety of jungle traps and puzzles. To survive, they’ll play as characters from the game.

DIRECTOR

Jake Kasdan.

Producer

Ted Field, William Teitler, Mike Weber, Matt Tolmach.

Writer

Chris McKenna, Scott Rosenberg, Jeff Pinkner.

Production Company

Radar Pictures Inc., Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE), Matt Tolmach Productions.

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37 comments

  1. Danielle Woods says:

    I finished “Fifty Shades Freed” by EL James! It was fantastic and I really hope she’ll do more on Ana and Christian in the Future. I started “Since you’re leaving anyway, take out the trash” by Dixie Cash. This was recommended to me by a friend. She had just finished the Stephanie Plum series and told me it was good for a few laughs and takes place in a fictional town of Texas (outside of Midland). So far so good! 🙂

  2. Lisa Howard says:

    Love your idea of a summer reading club….I have fond memories of visiting the library and checking out a big stack of books to read on those lazy summer days when I was a girl. I’m looking forward to some lazy summer days now that school is out since I’m a public school librarian. Right now I’m reading The Last Boyfriend by Nora Roberts and it’s perfect for summer reading.

  3. Brandi F says:

    I’m loving this summer reading group! I review books…so the truth is that my next read is usually whatever is due next! 🙂 But…when I have a chance to squeeze in something I start with my vast pile of TBR. They usually consist of the next in series or favorite authors or friend recommendations or my all time favorites….flea market, old bookstore finds!

    I love libraries! I love bookstores! Many of my favs come from the displays there.

    My newest thrill is the ebooks. I have a Kindle and I love to go on Amazon and just search out some interesting finds.

    Happy Reading Everyone!

  4. rachellane79 says:

    i love the Green series!
    i honestly choose the one that sounds good at that moment, &sometimes, I’ll read more than one at a time. Reading is a quick escape from reality, & much needed & appreciated! 🙂

  5. jill berney says:

    I will forever miss my favorite way to choose a book, which was to have it recommended to me by my mother; however, now my daughter makes great recommendations to me! I also have cousins, aunts, and friends who recommend great reading.

    Frequently, I also tear out “reviews” of books in newspapers and magazines, save them up, and then order them all at one time from Amazon. This is how I found “The Happiness Project”, my most recent read. Loved it!

  6. Great comments, y’alL! Jill, your sweet comment about your mom reminded me of my dear friend Alisa, whose birthday would have been tomorrow. She recommended so many books to me through the years. Lisa, I just read “The Witness” by Nora Roberts; I learned a lot about electronic surveillance in it! (For CBA readers, it has a fair amount of — ahem — language, which doesn’t keep me from reading but want you to be aware.) Danielle, you mentioned Pulpwood Queens Book Club on FB, a great source of reading ideas!

  7. Susan H says:

    The last two books I read were “Dead Silence” by Brenda Novak and “Flies on the Butter” by Denise Hildreth. I would highly recommend both of them. You actually introduced me to Brenda Novak last year through her Auction for Diabetes and I’m glad you did. I met Denise in Jefferson, TX at Girlfriend Weekend and now I own several of her books. She’s such a sweet person and a great author. I just started reading “The Good Dream” by Donna VanLiere. I was selected to be a part of her “Dream Team” to promote her new book that comes out next month and received an Advance Readers’ Edition. Her other books are excellent, so I’m sure this one will be too.
    I have been introduced to so many new-to-me authors through author blogs, websites, Goodreads, my book club, etc… I’m now reading more of a variety of books/authors than I used to.
    I absolutely love your “Green Series” and own the first four books. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting you in Jefferson, TX too. I would love to join you for your Kitchen Couch Summer Reading Club.

    • Brandi F says:

      I love the back story on “Flies on the Butter”. Denise Hildreth said she was driving down the road and the song by that name came on the radio and she had to pull over and listen to it. She then wrote the book about it. The song is by the Judds and you can look it up on YouTube.

  8. Like all other readers I have lots of sources for my next book. One source I have not heard mentioned here is if I see the author interviewed. I am reading Carole King’s autobiography after I saw her on one of the morning shows. I am loving hearing the stories behind the songs on her Tapestry album, one of my significant purchases in 1971. I also like it when the employees in a book store put favorite reads out with comments. Right now I am also reading The Happiness Project because a friend told me about it, Traveling with Pomegranates because my book club is reading it, and The Power of Habit because I read a review in the newspaper.

  9. Am amazed, as I read your comments, to think of the many ways I accumulate reading ideas. Susan, so happy to see you here on the Kitchen Couch and to see what you’re reading. Carol, you’ve led me to many great books through the years and am eager to her more about Carole King (with great memories of listening to Tapestry together at Baylor).

  10. MARGARET SCHULZE says:

    I’m currently reading The Candy Bombers by Andrei Cherny. It’s heavier (literally and figuratively) so I’ll probably throw in a couple of quick reads on my Kindle before I finish this ….. but I’m enjoying the history lesson as I read. I chose this book on my husband’s enthusiastic recommendation when he finished reading it. I normally don’t enjoy the same type of books that he enjoys, but we’ve both read several historical things recently and they quickly become dinner talk!

  11. Pat Birmingham says:

    Judy, you know how much I love to read. If you gave a prize for the most books on an E-reader I would be pretty close to the top. I have 716 books on my Kindle at the present. I am on two lists for “Free and Bargain” books on Kindle. Most are Fiction but some are reference, Bibles Dictionarys and so forth.
    I like a lot of different types but I think Historical Romance is at the top of the list. I got my Kindle when I moved into a small apartment so I would not buy books, not muchspace. But like you I love to flip pages. So I still keep gathering regular books.
    My method of choosing is like Rachellane. What ever sounds good at the time. I love Series because I am usually sad when a good book ends. I think a lot of us feel that way.

  12. Joan Berrios says:

    I can’t believe I wrote a huge long comment and it didn’t go thru — so here we go again. I get most of my good reads from the Friends of the Library sale that I work several times a year as a volunteer. We are allowed to take as many books as we like but promise to lend them to others or return them back for the next library sale! It is wonderful because everyone who works the sale LOVES to read like me!

    Also wanted to mention that I have a website I joined (free) http://www.goodreads.com and all you have to do it sign up – log in the books you have read and add commentary if you want but it keeps your running list and you can print it out so you have a list handy if you go to any sales or just for keeps!
    Love that site and they also do recommendations as well — easy to find books and titles also.

    Judy I am loving this idea and wish you all great summer reading – thanks ever so much for starting tthis — from your friend in Sunny Florida!

    Joan Berrios

  13. Many of the books I read are a result of reading book reviews: in Newsweek, in Entertainment Weekly, even in People. I also have a few trusted friends from whom I take recommendations, and the book I’m reading now, Black Swan Green by David Mitchell, was recommended by a friend who knows my tastes. Choosing the next one is both easy and hard: I have a to-be-read pile that’s gotten a leetle too big (that’s the easy part) but I’m anxious to read them all NOW, so deciding is sometimes hard. 🙂

  14. I love and agree with your ways of choosing what to read next. The library never loses its magic and sense of privilege in having access to so many books at no charge! One of my great joys is to have a 3 year old granddaughter for whom books have been her favorite “toy” since she was a few months old, so I hope she will indeed Dream Big because she is already a reader!

  15. Jackie Rod says:

    Thanks Judy. I’m enjoying the Kitchen Couch Summer Reading Club–almost finished “Miss Julia Speakes Her Mind” by Ann Ross. Great character study.

  16. What great readers you are! Wonderful comments! Jackie, I have enjoyed the “Miss Julia” series through the years. Miss Pat, I think you’d enjoy those Ann Ross books — and I smiled at your futile efforts to give up collecting paper books. I’m wondering now how many books I have on my Nook. Jamie, I go to the EW reviews first thing when the magazine arrives, but I rarely read a book from them — I suppose I use the reviews to keep me informed. I think I’ll sign off and go read for a while!

  17. Gaye Slomka says:

    One source that has led me to some of my great reads is NPR and the Diane Rehm show. I often hear authors interviewed on the show and that has led me to many new books. Then, of course, once I find a book that I really love I often look for other books by that same author.

    By the way Judy – I am enjoying the Kitchen Couch Summer Book Club! Thanks!!

  18. Thanks, Gaye! Another source for book ideas! In answer to an invisible (!?) question (still having a comments issue apparently), to sign up for the Kitchen Couch blog, go to the first page of JudyChristie.wordpress.com and you’ll see the “sign-up to receive the blog via e-mail” button on the left. Thanks for stopping by to visit, everyone! Hope you’re all having a great weekend!

  19. Betty Johnson says:

    I have a circle of friends who I always ask ” what are you reading” whenever we talk. I keep a running list on my iPhone so if I luckily find myself in a bookstore or library I can always find a book. I also browse both the aisles and electronically. Just finished Sixpence House – thanks for that recommendation. Really enjoyed it. Starting ” More than It Hurts You” next. Enjoy seeing what others are reading this summer.

  20. Joan Berrios says:

    I am currently ready Tom Brokaw’s book The Greatest Generation Speaks — sequal to The Greatest Generation. History of men and women in WWII and I have never been a history buff – but these are fascinating! After I read the first book, I was determined to find out how my uncle died and where he was buried in Europe – I found it and also that he was awarded a Purple Heart! Saw online the cemetary and plot where he is buried! Hope to visit it someday.

  21. Peggy Camerino says:

    Love this idea, Judy, and am loving all the recommendations from the comments. I finally got to “The Help” after having it for a while. Often I get recommendations from library and bookstore, as well as browsing Amazon, and then will read other books by the same author. I have appreciated access to all your author friends on FB and have read Lisa Wingate and a few others. At one point I would go through unread classics by area, i.e. a Russian period, a Spain period, but haven’t done that for a while.

  22. Pamela says:

    I like reading my favorite authors until I’m caught up on every book written. Then I place holds for new releases at my local library. I am always looking for new authors and keep a file of clippings from newspaper reviews and lists I’ve made from recommendations. I love to read and wish I had more time each day to get lost in my books!

  23. I can’t tell y’all how much fun I’m having reading your comments! My to-read list groweth! I’m reading “Sixpence House” now and learning a lot about architecture and book-collecting. I’ll draw tomorrow at noon CST for the “Dream Big: Read” shirt and a copy of “Downtown Green” from all those who have left comments. Heading to Zwolle tomorrow evening for the wonderful Novel Theology Book Club — they’ve read all 5 Green books. Wish each of you could join us! (And they always have great refreshments, too.)

  24. Danielle Woods says:

    I finished up “Since you’re leaving anyway, take out the trash” by Dixie Cash yesterday. It was a cute read and I’ll probably pick up the next one in the series. I like the Texan feel and it cracked me up! I picked up “Learning” by Karen Kingsbury. It’s the 2nd in the Bailey Flanningan series and I’ve always loved her books. I’m happy to continue in this series! 🙂

  25. laurelrogers says:

    I finally got to read “Gone to Green!” Read it in its entirety Friday night! I really enjoyed it! I am also about half way through “The Help”. It is a good book; however the dialect of all the characters needs more development!

  26. Lindy Anastis says:

    My family will trade books but know we all have Kindles and the Kindle Fire so we can trade the Kindles since all the books can be kept on both.

    We also enjoy the getting the free books that are offered for the Kindle — this is how I found the wonderful GREEN SERIES by Judy Christie!!

  27. Kathy Fitzhugh says:

    I am about half-way through Sixpence House on your recommendation, Judy. It is good, but I don’t find it to be a necessarily easy read. I love the town with all of the book stores and love all of the many ways that he finds interesting books to read.

    One of the things I have enjoyed with my Nook are the free Friday books. I have read many books and authors that I may not have found had the book not been a free selection. I just finished “212” which was the Free Friday selection a couple of weeks ago. It was a great mystery and kept me guessing clear to the end.

    Loving your blog and your questions.

  28. Alexandra Falksen says:

    I just finished reading Here Burns My Candle by Liz Curtis Higgs, an Historical Fiction Novel based in 18th Century Scotland. I find that I lean towards Historical Fiction when picking a book. I also enjoy mystery/suspense novels and have spent many a late night between the pages of a Mary Higgins Clark book. 🙂 Most of the time when I’m looking for what to read next I’ll browse through the shelves at the library or book store. Sometimes my husband will find something he thinks would interest me.
    Now it’s back to the Tolstoy biography I started last week – I made it through Parts 1 and 2, then had to take a break.

    I’m loving being a part of this summer reading club!
    Happy reading!

  29. Just drew our winners for this post: Laurel R. won the Read T-Shirt, and Margaret S. won a signed copy of Downtown Green! If y’all will please e-mail me your snail-mail address, I’ll send your prizes on the way. Thanks, all, for reading and visiting. More soon!

  30. Diane says:

    Hi Judy! I usually get on a jag of reading the same author for a while, until of course one of my friends publishes a new book!

  31. Kathy Fitzhugh says:

    The most recent book I picked up to read is from the Calcasieu Parish Public Library in southwest Louisiana (my branch is in the small town of Vinton). I stopped by the library to load up on books on CD for my trip home to Oklahoma for my 40th high school reunion. While there, I picked up a wrapped book from the pile set up for their program: Blind Date with a Book. Great idea! Each book has a synopsis, but no title or author. Attached to it is a review from called: Between the Covers. Gotta love this imagery: Between the covers with your blind date … with a book, of course! The book I got is called “29” and it is the story of a 75-year old woman who, while blowing out her 75 birthday candles on her cake, wishes she could be 29 again (the age of her granddaughter). And, the wish comes true. It is a funny read, but must admit, the language is a bit rough. I just read past it, so it is no big deal. But, it is a fun concept to choose a book blindly.

  32. Beth Witt says:

    Judy—Just want to tell you how much Helen Fitzgerald and I enjoyed your book “Wreath”—what a great character and story! Reminded me a bit of the protagonist in “The Language of Flowers” in that both women had special talents that saved them and impacted the lives of many. I have enjoyed this summer a number of books: ” The Book of God” was so interesting –both the expository and narrative elements. I always enjoy books about special places and families–such that Susan Wiggs (Lakeshore Chronicles), Sheryl Woods (Chesapeake stories), Debbie Macomber (Blossom Street and Cedar Cove series), and Robyn Carr write. My three favorite authoresses of all time are Jane Austen, Lucy Maud Montgomery, and Miss Read; I re-read their books all the time just to be part of their times and places…and I have visited their home areas: the British areas of the Cotswolds and Bath, and Prince Edward Island, Canada.
    Beth Witt

  33. Thanks, Beth! So happy y’all enjoyed “Wreath.” Sounds like we like many of the same authors. I think I’ve read all of the Lakeshore Chronicles and Robyn Carr’s Virgin River Series — each of those authors offer a strong sense of place. We visited PEI, too — love “Anne of Green Gables.” Kathy, that’s a great idea for the “blind date” and the book sounds fascinating. I’m like you — I just read past rough language, but how do you other readers feel about language in a book?

  34. Margaret Schulze says:

    I’ve read all the Virgin River series and feel like I can transport my mind to that beautiful area — that’s how real Robyn Carr writes the place into being! Felt the same about the Green series, Judy! After reading all in the series, I can feel the reality of Green, LA! That’s how I choose my favorite books — they have to be books that make me feel a part of the story as I read….

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