Welcome to the Jungle (2014)

By on December 15, 2013
Welcome To The Jungle (2014)
Welcome To The Jungle (2013)

Duration: 95 min
Genres: Comedy
Directors: Rob Meltzer
Writers: Jeff Kauffmann
Cast: Megan Boone, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Adam Brody, Dennis Haysbert
Trivia: Jean-Claude Van Damme announced he was in this film on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #20.193 (2012).

A company retreat on a tropical island goes terribly awry.

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Country: USA
Release Date: 17 February 2014 (USA)
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One Comment

  1. crimsonflash

    December 15, 2013 at 11:51 am

    Saw this movie last night World Premiere at the Newport Beach Film Festival. First, let me tell you this festival is great, awesome films and fun fun destination.

    The movie chronicles the life of a under-spoken, nerdy kid who strives to be that which is the opposite – assertive, top of the pack leader. At work, he is constantly undermined by a college who takes credit for his work and is the all around a-hole that people love to hate.

    On a team building trip, lead by the non other than Jean-Claude Van Damme (hilariously mocking himself and many other things) as the wilderness leader on this isolated island.

    Adam Brody does a great job with the funny, quick hitting humor, playing off the over-the-top always funny nemesis played by Rob Huebel.

    The thing is, going into this movie and letting yourself be entertained, its a huge success with funny side characters, plays on other movies and books that make you say aha yeah! It does not get to that stupidity point where you might think such a comedy could fall into, and it keeps things clever, while still entertaining greatly in a plot which has all the common points and you can predict where its going to go. Although you may see the underlying basics, you are nevertheless entertained and laughing in your seat. Well done, hope this movie has lots of success.

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