Space Jam: A New Legacy
The Looney Tune Gang are back!
This time in a sequel to the very popular 1996 film, Space Jam. And instead of Michael Jordan, this one stars the new king of basketball Lebron James. When his son is tricked by a computer algorithm, Lebron must get together a team to play a game of basketball in order to save his son. This film was directed by Malcolm D. Lee, and was interesting to watch.
To be honest, what made the film so easy a watch for me was the jokes and cameos made throughout the film, linking up all these other Warner brothers movies with one another.
But in all honesty I don’t think this film was necessary to be made. It wasn’t the best film I’ve seen in the past couple of years and it missed the bar in so many places, such as the story. It was nice to see the looney tunes on the silver screen again as I loved them as a child, but the rest of the story just made no sense; at least until the second half.
In terms of visual effects it was great and the mix of live action and animation was enjoyable.
It’s definitely something kids will enjoy watching and maybe die hard Lebron fans.
Rating: PG Parental Guidance Recommended for Younger Viewers. Violence.
GEEKERY rating: 3/5