History YMMV / Jumanji

13th Feb '18 6:30:04 AM Naram-Sin
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* ThrowItIn: The 'slow rhino' at the back of the stampede was the result of an animation error making the rhino much slower than the others. Instead of correcting it, the animators added further movements and sounds to make it appear tired.
12th Jan '18 8:32:56 PM MontyPythonFanatic2
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*** Of course, it's possible the game can't be destroyed, as undoubtedly previous people who owned it attempted to smash or dismantle it before resorting to burial.

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*** Of course, it's possible the game can't be destroyed, as undoubtedly previous people who owned it attempted to smash or dismantle it before resorting to burial. [[spoiler:The ending of [[Film/JumanjiWelcomeToTheJungle the sequel]] shows the characters destroying the game with a bowling ball, but it's unclear if this is a permanent solution or if it would have worked in the game's original board game format.]]
26th Dec '17 2:00:48 PM notgoodenough
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** The blu-ray release of Jumanji features a gag reel. At one point, Robin Williams rolls the dice, removes a playing piece from its spot and places it somewhere else before telling a joke. So the game pieces jumping around has been solved: Robin Williams thought it was funny to mess with them and nobody bothered to put them back!

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** *** The blu-ray release of Jumanji features a gag reel. At one point, Robin Williams rolls the dice, removes a playing piece from its spot and places it somewhere else before telling a joke. So the game pieces jumping around has been solved: Robin Williams thought it was funny to mess with them and nobody bothered to put them back!
26th Dec '17 2:00:12 PM notgoodenough
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** The blu-ray release of Jumanji features a gag reel. At one point, Robin Williams rolls the dice, removes a playing piece from its spot and places it somewhere else before telling a joke. So the game pieces jumping around has been solved: Robin Williams thought it was funny to mess with them and nobody bothered to put them back!
13th Dec '17 6:23:49 PM wrpen99
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*** Then again, Alan does say as they're setting the game back up that he knows the house and that it's "out there [he's] afraid of," so this only so much applies to the rest of them for not arguing it.
12th Dec '17 10:17:54 AM Anddrix
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* LoveItOrHateIt: It literally scored a 50% from Rotten Tomatoes, with as much critics for it as there were critics against it.
11th Oct '17 9:33:57 AM JJHIL325
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** After the quicksand effect is undone, we get a close-up shot of the floorboards becoming solid again and tightening around Alan's head. It's quite chilling after Creator/RobinWilliams' suicide by hanging.

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** After the quicksand effect is undone, we get a close-up shot of the floorboards becoming solid again and tightening around Alan's head. It's quite chilling after Creator/RobinWilliams' Creator/RobinWilliams committed suicide by hanging.hanging in 2014.
17th Aug '17 5:16:13 PM Ithilgore
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** And for another matter, no one decides to destroy the game for good measure, rather, they decide to hide it away, in hopes it will never be found, which it inevitably ends up being found by other people.

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** And for another matter, no one decides to destroy the game for good measure, rather, they decide to hide it away, in hopes it will never be found, which it inevitably ends up being found by other people.people.
*** Of course, it's possible the game can't be destroyed, as undoubtedly previous people who owned it attempted to smash or dismantle it before resorting to burial.
6th Jul '17 9:14:40 AM dsneybuf
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* FanficFuel: During the 20-plus years it took for the book to receive an official sequel, several readers came up with their own follow-ups. On the ''Zathura'' movie's DVD, Van Allsburg admits that receiving some of these in the mail helped him decide to share his own story about the boys, as he didn't actually write ''Jumanji'''s ending with the intent of giving them their own book.
2nd Jul '17 6:44:24 AM Ryan37352
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* WhatAnIdiot: After getting the game back, the group could have chosen anywhere else to finish the game, and yet, for no justified reason, they choose to return to the jungle-infested Parrish house.

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* WhatAnIdiot: WhatAnIdiot:
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After getting the game back, the group could have chosen anywhere else to finish the game, and yet, for no justified reason, they choose to return to the jungle-infested Parrish house.house.
** And for another matter, no one decides to destroy the game for good measure, rather, they decide to hide it away, in hopes it will never be found, which it inevitably ends up being found by other people.
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