Space Jam 2 has been released in theaters since July 21, here’s everything you need to know about it and especially if it deserves a look!
Space Jam 2 has already been released in theaters around the world and has received heavy criticism from American audiences. before revealing what we liked or liked less about this project, we let you discover the synopsis of Space Jam 2 as well as its cast.
SPACE JAM 2 SYNOPSIS
The synopsis for Space Jam 2 reads: “Basketball champion and global icon LeBron James, and his youngest son Dom – who dreams of becoming a video game developer rather than following in his father’s footsteps – are finding themselves trapped in Serververse, a virtual space run by a malicious AI called Al-G Rhythm. LeBron must save his son and bring them home safe and sound as he helps Bugs Bunny and the whole Looney Tunes gang win a basketball game against the digitized champions of Al-G “.
SPACE JAM 2 CASTING
Directed by Malcolm D. Lee, Space Jam 2 is worn by basketball star LeBron James (who plays his role), accompanied by Sonequa Martin-Green as his wife, Kamiyah James. Cedric Joe plays their son, Dom James, while Don Cheadle plays AI-G. Zendaya lends her voice to the character of Lola Bunny for the original version, while Angela is the French understudy of Looney Tunes. Kyrie Irving plays her role, and Anthony Davis plays The Brow. Gabriel Iglesias is the lining of the iconic Speedy Gonzales.
WHAT WE LOVED ABOUT SPACE JAM 2
If Space Jam 2 can appeal to all generations, it is an entertaining film that we will enjoy watching as a family. In addition to offering a relevant follow-up to the first part, it is totally in tune with the times, rocked by video games and new technologies. No false note on the theme promised, or even on the acting of LeBron James (who is not yet an actor) and even less that of Cedric Joe, who plays his son. The father-son relationship is explored through many points, and the debate is interesting. The Looney Tunes still have as much humor as they did in the first movie, and they’re still just as good basketball players. The movie’s special effects are under control, Space Jam 2wisely alternates between 2D, 3D, and real shots. As for the controversy concerning the character of Lola Bunny, modified within the sequel, Warner made a good decision: the Looney Tunes is much better thus, carried by the charismatic voice of Zendaya in the original version. We now let you discover what we liked less about Space Jam 2.
WHAT WE LESS LESS ABOUT SPACE JAM 2
There aren’t a lot of things we hated about Space Jam 2, but we still would have liked to see more of the Looney Tunes. The movie does showcase LeBron James and basketball in general, and that’s a good thing, but not enough of Warner’s endearing characters. Another negative point of this film: there are a lot of marketing placements, which unfortunately are not discreet enough. These are just a few small details that won’t stop you from having a great time in front of Space Jam 2 . Fans of film franchises will also take great pleasure in seeing the protagonists travel through other universes such as those of Harry Potter, Game of Thrones or DC Comics. While waiting for your return to Space Jam 2, we let you for the moment discover which basketball players are inspired by the villains of the Goon Squad.