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Film Review - Jungle


Director Greg McLean has built his career on extremes of horror, delighting in the chance to frighten audiences with overt frights emerging from watery depths (“Rogue”), the Australian Outback (“Wolf Creek”), and an office environment (“The Belko Experiment”). Perhaps tiring of blood and guts, McLean goes the true story route with “Jungle,” which has a few potent images concerning bodily nightmares, but mostly remains a searching, hallucinatory inspection of one man’s journey of self, hunting for identity through exposure to new cultures and adventurer’s spirit. “Jungle” is an odd picture, never really achieving an identity as something scary or profound, often spinning its wheels with aimless scenes while star Daniel Radcliffe carries the film with a fantastically committed lead performance, doing whatever he can to make moments count.  Read the rest at


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