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Before you think I have taken leave of my senses while writing The Jungle Book movie review, here’s the gist: The film is great but the CGI is even greater.
Neel Sethi’s Mowgli may be the only living, breathing entity in this live action-CGI stew but you would consider Bagheera, Baloo, Shere Khan and party equally real by the time the show’s over.
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You all the know the story: Panther finds crying baby boy in the jungle, hands him over to be raised by wolves, until rumours of a dangerous predator's return mean he is no longer safe and must be escorted back to the human village.
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