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Hidden Jungle(1993)

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  • The Hidden Jungle

    • Film Review Digest
    • 7/2/11

    The Hidden Jungle is quite imaginative for a children's film and the film's opening scenes with the NASA space shuttle are equally so. This is especially true when you consider the picture was made in an age before graphics. The action sequences are impressive as is the storyline itself. The directing is a little less so however, the director does maintain plausibility, which is often difficult to do in children's films. The acting is okay but I was particularly taken with the actor playing the character of Jason (J. Chaney). He cannot be much over 7 or 8 years of age but is extraordinarily charming. It is obvious the lead actors did many of their own stunts, which enhanced the picture's credibility. Given the scope and beauty of the Mozambique locations, I would have preferred to have seen better camera coverage. Still, for a kid-pic it is not too shabby an effort.

  • The Hidden Jungle

    • John Macken
    • 2/7/11

    The Hidden Jungle is a novel and quite imaginative feature film produced for the younger set. A NASA shuttlecraft carrying an important payload suffers onboard sabotage and is forced to land in a remote jungle on the African Continent. A surviving female crewmember is captured by a group of terrorists seeking information that she destroyed upon landing. An adventurer familiar with the terrain is sent by the government to locate and rescue her. He enlists the aid of a young jungle dweller Desiree Jones, daughter of a famous archeologist and her youthful sidekick. Together, they brave numerous jungle perils and adventures as they race against the clock to save the astronaut. The climatic finale contains a neat twist to an adventures' end with enough action to satisfy. The aircraft and physical stunt work is impressive with its cast members doing many of the stunts. The storyline is quite novel as is the film. It has good production values and is well above the average fare frequently offered up for children.

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