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Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle's user reviews

New York Times

The filmmakers are clearly trying to bring an uncommon maturity to the fantasy film, and in many respects they succeed. While not everything here works, what does is impressive

Read review Glenn Kenny

Too dark for kids, too tame for adults. Stunning effects, occasionally wretched motion-capture. The technology may be there, but that doesn?t mean it?s been utilized to its full, feeling powers.

Read review Kate Erbland
The Hollywood Reporter

Andy Serkis' decidedly non-Disney Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle may have intended to offer a darker, grittier take on the classic Kipling stories, but the end result proves to be more of a murky muddle

Read review Michael Rechtshaffen
The Wrap

As an actor, Serkis may be the industry? mo-cap master, but storytelling through performance is a different skill than writing or directing

Read review Monica Castillo

It is the closest approach to Rudyard Kipling's classic, a darker and more mature twist to the Disney film. It is also [..] a visual delight, a commitment to overwhelming realism that pays careful attention to the smallest details: from the setting to the animals [...] It has memorable scenes [...] but it does not end up being completely necessary.

Read review Janire Zurbano
Roger Ebert

The whole movie feels oddly stranded and dramatically inert, despite the obvious passion that went into making it.

Read review Matt Zoller Seitz
The Guardian

No songs at all now, and not much fun.

Read review Peter Bradshaw