Space Jam: A New Legacy

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. #Welcome to the Jam!

Runtime: 115 min

Popularity: 301.907

Budget: $161,900,000

Revenue: $162,892,228

Quality: HD

imdb rating 7


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at 06:51 am

A very creative alternate to the original. The story line is all original and updated with current times. Lots of great puns and looney jokes. Better than what I expected. However nobody can be Michael Jordan


at 19:59 pm

Pros: - Kong and the Iron Giant gave eachother a fist bump! - It featured many characters from Warner Bros. - Porky Pig roasting Al-G Rhythm in a rap battle - Gabriel Iglesias and Zendaya provided the voices of Speedy Gonzales and Lola Bunny, respectively - It was better than the first film - LeBron James! - There could a be a possible Space Jam spin off titled Wonder Bunny! Cons: - They never showed the Pepe Le Pew scene. - I was hoping the Tune Squad would play against villains of Warner Bros.; Wicked Witch of the West, Sauron, Pennywise/It, Agent Smith... - I was expecting a surprise twist, where Al-G Rhythm turns out not to be a bad guy but was actually helping LeBron understand his son more. The writers should've done more. - Cringing moments


at 17:02 pm

This has to be in the running for turkey of the year. It's such a shameless example of bad storytelling, bad acting, and product placement that they might as well just have given you a goodie bag as you (prematurely) left the cinema replete with your Warner Brothers tattoo. It's centres around the son of LeBron James being kidnapped by an evil AI. The only way he can be rescued is by LBJ and his new bestie "Bugs Bunny" putting together a team that can win a basketball game against team selected by the AI. That's about the height of it - there are no characterisations worthy of note amongst the humans, and though it is quite nice to see some of Warner's cartoon characters on a big screen again, any nostalgia that evokes is soon washed away by the sheer naffness of this whole enterprise. Quite whom this is for is anyone's guess - but it sure wasn't for me...