This is a compilation of all feature films that have played at Fantastic Fest in Austin, TX from 2005 through…
Zathura: A Space Adventure
Adventure Is Waiting.
Two squabbling brothers are propelled into deepest, darkest space while playing a mysterious game they discovered in the basement of their old house. On their fantastic journey, they are joined by a stranded astronaut and must survive several outer space challenges. Unless they finish the game and reach the planet Zathura, they could be trapped in outer space forever.
Take another jumanji.
It's Jumanji in space! Weeeeee!
What a cute little flick, all entertaining and fun.
A good film to end this challenge with.
Zathura has been easily compared to the 1995 fantasy comedy, Jumanji, and it’s no secret why. Both films share similar plotlines. However, this film has more of a science fiction edge to the story that makes it a bit different. If you forget the similarities between the films, this is a fun, entertaining picture that is worth seeing because there are several worthwhile moments due to a well crafted script, good cast and good direction from director Jon Favreau. The film has good effects, and plenty of thrills to really make it a highly entertaining picture from start to finish. The film isn’t perfect, but for the most part, it’s a worthwhile affair that is sure to appeal to genre…
its like jumanji but worse
Favreau takes the book and crafts into this ridiculous fun movie with so much heart. I felt like a 12 year old watching it.
"Meteorites. Take evasive action."
This movie transports me back to my childhood. Zathura is great space adventure and I enjoyed from beginning to end, it's entertaining and funny. I really liked Jumanji when I was a kid, fantasy adventure movie about a supernatural board game. This one is next level. Jumanji in space with a lot of cool stuff. The kid actors go great together, and Tim Robbins was also good in a very small part. Special effects are also impressive.
Zathura as a family movie it is truly excellent, and one of best family movies for sure.
The plot is simple for viewers of all ages to understand and relate to. But despite the impressive-looking graphics, there are somewhat few characters and almost no change of setting - the house (which gets a bit old). Jumanji was better.
Yes it's basically Jumanji in space. As fun and cool as that sounds, it's neither.
And despite being frozen for most of the film, Kristen Stewart gives as much emotion frozen as she does in any role.
Better than Jumanji
Dawn of the Planet of Jumanji
amg space jumanji
I've seen this movie get alot of praise and good reviews, but to be honest, there was nothing exceptional that totally blew me away. Simple premise, along the same lines of Jumanji, however, set in space. Some good effects and visuals, and some pretty decent acting from the 2 kids that the entire movie is pretty much built around. A decent watch, kids would, and should, love it! 2.5/5
Oh, a young Kristen Stewart! Nice.......
I'm sorry but I just really didn't like this movie and this is meant to be some kind of sequel to that classic masterpiece known as Jumanji.
Incest jokes aside... Film's pretty great.
Entertaining and good effects.
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The second installment in the Underrated series (see links below for previous lists).
Get suggesting with your underrated adventure nominations.…
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From his book, and because nobody had listed it here yet (as I noticed as I should link to it…