Hollywood loves churning out adventure films. A lot of fantasy flicks have come out in recent years. One of the most epic films in the genre has to be Jumanji. Featuring the late, legendary comedian Robin Williams, the film centers around a board game that comes to life. More recently, in 2017, the much-awaited sequel Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle came out. But this time, it was not a board game. It had taken the form of a video game. When it comes to watching movies with your kids, you don’t have too many genre choices. Rom-coms? Too kissy-kissy for young kids. Horror? Well, you know, too violent. Psychological thriller? Um, kinda inappropriate. That’s what makes family adventure flicks so fun since they’re exciting and might entice you to explore all on your own.

Journey To The Center of The Earth
Based on the book of the same name, Journey To The Center Of The Earth is an epic adventure flick that takes our protagonists into realms unknown. As you can see from the self-explanatory title, the story is about a group's journey to the center of the Earth a world hidden beneath the surface, teeming with prehistoric life.

The Jungle Book
To date, there have been four versions of The Jungle Book made. Each one centers on the pint-sized protagonist, Mowgli, a boy who has been raised by wolves. Although he’s happy with his wolf family, he must return to the “man village” so he can escape Shere Khan, a man-eating tiger. Along the way, he faces many adventures with Baloo, a fun bear, and Bagheera, a wise panther.

The Gamers: Dorkness Rising (2008)
The original Jumanji children’s book by Chris Van Allsburg is about a board game that brings elements from the game alive, making it more interactive and impactful. For some RPG gamers, that’s not a strange premise. While mainly in their imaginations, role-playing games can be a very big part of their players’ lives. The characters in the new Jumanji movies, which involve a kind of magical RPG video game that pulls people into the action, also consider their experiences as players to be very transformative.#whattowatch

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