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Plot: 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.
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A bombastic mess with great animation
Computer animation and special effects sure have come a long way since ’96 because this movie looks fantastic. Unfortunately that’s all folks (for the positives) because this ’21 sequel is a bombastic mess, void of anything new and aside from the “server-verse” angle, it’s not good.
The original was never a masterpiece but it was just that – “original”. The six writers decided not to actually write a movie and instead just copy “Ready Player One” by scouring and unloading the entire Warner Bros intellectual property catalogue on the audience to overload the senses and mask how unoriginal, unnecessary and contrived this all is.
Lebron James and the cast put in a solid effort with what they’ve got to work with, especially Don Cheadle as the villain.
The trouble with “A New Legacy” is that there isn’t a story to warrant a sequel, let alone the whopping 115 minute runtime. The original was a swift 87 minutes which served as a celebration of Michael Jordan’s return to basketball at the height of his popularity – it was lightning in a bottle!
Kids and basketball fans who love LeBron James will surely like this movie. As previously said it looks great. It does hit the funny bone more than once, it has a soundtrack too and for some people that might be enough to call this a good time. If this were original and the first one I’d be more flexible in my rating but it’s not. I’ve seen this movie before – it was better the first time.
Bill Murray, you the real MVP!
Not my Jam!
It’s a rare occurrence when the kiddos and I aren’t on the same page when it comes to movies. It seems as if animation studios have learned to cater to adults as well as children when it comes to kids’ movies, and that’s a great thing as a parent. But then a movie like Space Jam: A New Legacy comes along which gives parents nothing to grasp on to and makes you feel every minute of its excessively long two-hour running time. As for the kiddos though, they absolutely loved it!
In Space Jam: A New Legacy LeBron James basically plays an exaggerated version of himself, treating his two boys like basketball teammates, rather than acting like a father, in a very overbearing and demanding way. Although one of his children likes playing basketball, his youngest Dom (Cedric Joe) would rather stay in his room building video games. LeBron is having none of it and demands that Dom constantly practice as well as attend an upcoming basketball camp. It is then, after a series of strange events, Dom & LeBron get sucked into a computer program run by Al G. Rhythm (Don Cheadle), with their only hope of returning to the real world if LeBron can beat Al G. In a basketball game. It may sound easy, but with James only having Looney Tunes characters as teammates and Al bringing in NBA & WNBA stars on his team, this may be a game that LeBron can’t win.
Not a penny has been spared in making this one of the most colourful, beautifully animated features ever seen on film. Animation has come a long way from 1992’s original Space Jam and in this sequel of sorts, all the usual Looney Tunes characters return, but this time, have been given a 3D-style makeover. If only some of that money was spent on producing a decent script!
Mr. 10: This film was awesome. I loved seeing all the Looney Tunes characters come to life and seeing Porky Pig rap was my favourite. There were also lots of funny jokes, which was good too.
Mr. 7: All the Looney Tunes characters are so silly and it’s really funny when they’re constantly fighting with each other. I like how they all team up together to play basketball against the bad guys.
With a script that sounds more like a Public Service Announcement, rather than an entertaining movie, I actually thought I was listening to something that a bunch of sixth-graders had put together rather than a Hollywood movie. While a lot of animated movies may cater to adults this film does not even bother, keeping everything low-brow and very childish from start to finish. I have no problem with this because my kiddos loved it, but what I don’t understand however is just why you’d bizarrely put in scenes from The Matrix, Mad Max, and Casablanca. Mr.10 and Mr. 7 were continually leaning over in their chairs asking me what all these strange scenes were. Not only were kids not born when these films were originally released but they’re not even in the age range to watch these films NOW!
Mr. 10: The only part of the film I didn’t like was Al G. Rhythm because he didn’t make any sense. Sometimes he’s really strong and then sometimes he’s really weak. If you run the computer program shouldn’t you always be strong?
Mr. 7: I didn’t like the bad guy because he kept changing the rules so he could win and LeBron would lose. It didn’t seem very fair.
If you want to see a film whose main reason to exist is based wholly and solely to market toys to kids, then Space Jam is that film. From start to finish there is always a product brand, toy, or game perfectly positioned on the screen to face the audience with a character on the screen saying something along the lines of “hey will you pass me that LeBron James branded basketball?” ‘Yes, I can pass you this LeBron James branded basketball’. This may be a slight exaggeration but watch this film and you’ll get my drift.
I knew that Space Jam: A New Legacy wasn’t going to be good but I just didn’t expect it to be that bad. From wooden acting (by the human cast) to Looney Tunes characters with voices completely different than the ones I grew up with, this movie was quite the slog to sit through. In saying that though, my kids enjoyed every minute of it and I’m happy to admit that not every film is made for me.
TWO AND A HALF LEBRON JAMES BRANDED BASKETBALLS OUT OF FIVE
Mr.10: This film was awesome. The Looney Tunes characters were really funny and it was great to see them all team up together. Porky Pig was the best. Four and a half out of five.
Mr. 7: I liked seeing all the Looney Toon characters turn from cartoon to 3D and they were all really funny. But I didn’t like how long the film went for or the bad guy. Four out of five.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 55 min (115 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Sport
Director Malcolm D. Lee
Writer Juel Taylor (screenplay by), Tony Rettenmaier (screenplay by), Keenan Coogler (screenplay by), Terence Nance (screenplay by), Jesse Gordon (screenplay by), Celeste Ballard (screenplay by), Juel Taylor (story by), Tony Rettenmaier (story by), Keenan Coogler (story by), Terence Nance (story by), Timothy Harris (based on), Steve Rudnick (based on), Herschel Weingrod (based on), Leo Benvenuti (based on)
Actors Zendaya, Don Cheadle, Sonequa Martin-Green, Jim Cummings
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Warner Bros. Pictures, Proximity, SpringHill Entertainment
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, SDDS, Datasat, Dolby Atmos, DTS (DTS: X), IMAX 6-Track
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (some scenes), 1.85 : 1, 2.39 : 1 (some scenes)
Camera Arri Alexa LF, Zeiss Supreme Prime Lenses, Arri Alexa Mini LF, Zeiss Supreme Prime Lenses, Arricam LT, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses, Arricam ST, Zeiss Master Prime Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm, Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (4.5K) (source format), Super 35 (source format) (some scenes)
Printed Film Format DCP Digital Cinema Package