PG | | Adventure, Comedy, Family
When two kids find and play a magical board game, they release a man trapped in it for decades - and a host of dangers that can only be stopped by finishing the game.
Each player's path will cross each of their adjacent neighbor's path exactly twice: the player to their right first, and then the player on their left. It did not come up during the movie, but it is unknown how the game would react if a player's piece happens to obstruct the path of another player's piece. The one moving might continue unobstructed. The non-moving piece might be sent back to their start. The moving piece may merely have to stop until the obstructing piece moves. For what it is worth, it does not appear that two pieces could occupy the same square.
Peter Shepherd: Yeah.
Judy Shepherd: Alan, ready?
Alan Parrish: There is no "ready."
Judy Shepherd: I'll try it again.
Judy Shepherd: Alan, it's not working.
Alan Parrish: Oh, no. It's not your turn.
Judy Shepherd: Yeah. I rolled first, and then Peter twice 'cause he got doubles, and now it's my turn again.
Alan Parrish: No, look. Two of those pieces are yours, ...
Alan Parrish: ...
The shape of young Alan's black eye bruise changes.
Near the end of the closing credits, Jumanji's drums can be heard beating.
At the end of the film, Alan and Sarah give Judy and Peter a Christmas gift. In the theatrical version, the kids open their gifts up to reveal new sneakers named "Jumanjis"
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