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Space Jam: A New Legacy

Space Jam: A New Legacy (2021)

When LeBron and his young son Dom are trapped in a digital space by a rogue A.I., LeBron must get them home safe by leading Bugs, Lola Bunny and the whole gang of notoriously undisciplined Looney Tunes to victory over the A.I.'s digitized champions on the court. It's Tunes versus Goons in the highest-stakes challenge of his life.

Release Date: July 16, 2021

33 Movie Reviews
  • chakathesnake
    I have seen this on my tv it is ok but good to 😊
    • hxktxyoxi
      hxktxyoxi15 days55 popcorn
      I do prefer the first one because to me, at least, it was funnier. But this is funny too, and I did enjoy watching it
      • ios15
        ios1519 days44 popcorn
        It’s nice it’s been long time sense looney toons make a movie
        • chickdyie
          chickdyieabout 2 months44 popcorn
          It was very nice and in the end, Bugs Bunny sacrficed himself to do what happened in the glitch and he survived
          • teddybear2010
            teddybear2010about 2 months33 popcorn
            Its ok but I would say the frist one is better! But thats just me. It has a lot of tech in it.
            • moonlight2011
              moonlight20112 months55 popcorn
              pretty cool!
              • farisai
                farisai2 months
                It a cooler move
                • millielunajonas
                  millielunajonas2 months55 popcorn
                  Really good! And I swear I saw Voldemort from Harry Potter! Prob Neville and some other characters but not as sure as voldemort. And I Had no idea LeBron James was a Hufflepuff!
                  • eagle_fan11
                    eagle_fan112 months55 popcorn
                    I'll be honest right off the bat and say that I've only seen the original Space Jam a total of two times. I find it to be mildly enjoyable, but it wasn't a film I ever latched onto. The nostalgia of the 90s is all over it and that's what makes it entertaining to this day, but I still don't think it's great. When I heard they would be making a very loose sequel and Lebron James wasn't going to be filling the shoes that Michael Jordan left, I was intrigued. With the technology today, this concept could be big and fun. Well, Space Jam: A New Legacy definitely had its moments, but it's ultimately just the same concept all over again. Here's why, unless you're watching it as a kid, it's really not that special. Other than some incredibly impressive visuals and a fun soundtrack, there really isn't much substance here. It's really just a story of a father winning the love back from his son. For that, this film is not that engaging and the screenplay is very, very standard as well. The final act of the film goes on way too long and it just felt like a massive commercial for Warner Bros. as a company. At least all their famous movies are good and have memorable characters, right? As far as the positives go, Don Cheadle as Al G. Rhythm completely held the movie together for me. His over-the-top and campy performance made me smile and he's in a lot more of the movie than I expected. I also really enjoyed the portion of the film where LeBron became a cartoon character with the rest of the Looney Tunes. That aspect was not a part of the original film and I found that to be a very nice addition. Other than that though, Space Jam: A New Legacy really doesn't have anything that suggests it needed to be made. In the end, the life lessons for kids throughout this film have all been done better in other family films. The aspect of meshing Looney Tunes with live-action Basketball still kind of has its charm, but again, the movie just feels like a giant corporate commercial. Lebron James is fine in the movie because he's in his element, but he's not the best actor overall. I smiled a few times and loved a cameo that occurs in the latter half of the film, but it wasn't enough to warrant a recommendation from me. It's just not that good of a movie. If you're a fan of the original, I'm sure you'll find moments to enjoy here, but it ultimately feels like a tired premise when looking back.
                    • akita_inu
                      akita_inu2 months55 popcorn
                      WOW! love the new bad guy he's more.....you know anyways watch this movie you'll love it!!