History Film / Jungle2Jungle

24th Mar '16 8:25:25 AM steveskinner
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: A unique case. In an edited version which aired on the Disney Channel in the late 90's, two scenes had lines replaced with alternate takes which were actually ''filmed on set,'' rather than simply dubbing the lines later which is the standard practice. Examples:
** When Patricia is telling Michael his son's name, she explains that it roughly translates to "cat pee" instead of "cat piss."
** Mimi-Siku refers to the Statue of Liberty as the "woman who lights up the sky," instead of "woman who hold fire up sky's butt." For continuity purposes, Michael's subsequent boisterous laugh was changed to a light chuckle.
24th Mar '16 8:08:22 AM steveskinner
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* ExactWords: Mimi-Siku asks Michael to take him to the Statue of Liberty "when he's a man." Michael agrees, not realizing that he will become a "man" according to his tribe the very next day.


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* GilliganCut:
--> '''Mimi-Siku''' [after killing a snake]: Now we cook it.
--> '''Michael''': No, no, no, I do ''not'' eat ''snake.''
--> Cut to next scene:
--> '''Mimi-Siku''': Lizard guts?
--> '''Michael''': No, actually the snake filled me right up.
8th Nov '15 4:31:21 PM Kimarous
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* RepetitiveName: Lipo-Lipo, Mimi-Siku's home village. The river guide even comments "So nice, they named it twice", a reference to Michael's home city of New York.
-->'''Mimi-Siku''': In Lipo-Lipo, we eat with hands.\\
'''Michael''': In New York, New York, we eat with forks.
18th Sep '15 9:26:13 AM Medinoc
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** Plus there's the ceremony which both Mimi-Siku and Michael take, which involves grabbing a smoldering torch with your bare hand.

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** Plus there's the ceremony which both Mimi-Siku and Michael take, which involves [[MachoMasochism grabbing a smoldering torch with your bare hand.hand]].
25th Jul '15 4:11:09 PM creader
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* MightyWhitey: Played with, but ultimately repudiated. Mimi-Siku ''is'' quite adept at tribal customs, but that is only because he has been explicitly raised as an native, and among native children. At one point the chief assigns him a task in order to "become a man," but due to Michael's refusal to cooperate it at first doesn't look as if Mimi will succeed. Michael himself is noticeably squeamish around the various jungle animals and Mimi's pets - as are other Anglo-American characters when Mimi is brought to New York.

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* MightyWhitey: Played with, but ultimately repudiated.subverted. Mimi-Siku ''is'' quite adept at tribal customs, but that is only because he has been explicitly raised as an native, and among native children. At one point the chief assigns him a task in order to "become a man," but due to Michael's refusal to cooperate it at first doesn't look as if Mimi will succeed. Michael himself is noticeably squeamish around the various jungle animals and Mimi's pets - as are other Anglo-American characters when Mimi is brought to New York.



* TrailersAlwaysSpoil?: The few people who went to see the movie did so because of the trailer. Especially the part where Martin Short is [[http://youtu.be/7uQm7SOJymg?t=1m14s shown a tarantula bigger than his hand.]] Unfortunately, that was the best part of the movie.

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil?: TrailersAlwaysSpoil: The few people who went to see the movie did so because of the trailer. Especially the part where Martin Short is [[http://youtu.be/7uQm7SOJymg?t=1m14s shown a tarantula bigger than his hand.]] Unfortunately, that was the best part of the movie.
25th Jul '15 4:05:51 PM creader
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* UnfortunateName: Mimi-Siku, not just because he's a boy, but its apparent meaning makes it all the more unfortunate.



5th Jul '15 8:49:54 AM Kalaong
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--> '''Richard:''' It's here. ''*picks up briefcase*''

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--> '''Richard:''' It's here. ''*picks up briefcase*''BriefcaseFullOfMoney*''
9th Jun '15 5:33:51 PM Menarker
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* Mystery Meat: The joke implied about Central Park Hot Dogs when Mimi-Siku tells his city-bound father Michael that the hot dogs he's trying out tastes like his favorite food back in his tribal home, lizard guts. This causes some squeamish reactions from his father who promptly spits out the portion he is chewing on and dumps the rest of the hot dog.

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* Mystery Meat: MysteryMeat: The joke implied about Central Park Hot Dogs when Mimi-Siku tells his city-bound father Michael that the hot dogs he's trying out tastes like his favorite food back in his tribal home, lizard guts. This causes some squeamish reactions from his father who promptly spits out the portion he is chewing on and dumps the rest of the hot dog.
9th Jun '15 5:33:06 PM Menarker
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* Mystery Meat: The joke implied about Central Park Hot Dogs when Mimi-Siku tells his city-bound father Michael that the hot dogs he's trying out tastes like his favorite food back in his tribal home, lizard guts. This causes some squeamish reactions from his father who promptly spits out the portion he is chewing on and dumps the rest of the hot dog.
9th Jun '15 5:21:39 PM Menarker
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* IAteWHAT / TastesLikeChicken: Mimi remarks that a Central Park hot dog tastes like lizard guts when Michael introduces the food to him. The latter trope is in effect for Mimi, who loves eating lizard guts, his favorite food from his tribal home; the former trope applies to Michael who chunks his hot dog in the trash upon hearing Mimi's comparison.



* ItTastesLikeFeet / TastesLikeChicken: Mimi remarks that a Central Park hot dog tastes like lizard guts. The latter trope is in effect for Mimi, who loves eating lizard guts; the former trope applies to Michael, who [[IAteWhat spits out the hot dog]] and chunks it into the garbage.
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