The Jungle Book 2

Synopsis: Jungle boy Mowgli (voiced by Osment) decides to forsake civilized village life for the "bare necessities" of the wild with his old friends. However, the evil tiger Shere Khan is looking for a little payback after Mowgli's last adventure. Trouble's a-brewing!
Director(s): Steve Trenbirth
Production: Buena Vista
  1 win & 9 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.4
Metacritic:
38
Rotten Tomatoes:
19%
G
Year:
2003
72 min
$47,840,957
Website
112 Views

Hey, Mowgli!

Hush. It's starting.

Come, children. Come watch.

Mowgli, tell us your story.

I never knew where I came from.

But I always knew where I belonged.

This is me and Bagheera, the panther

who found me in the jungle.

He's a good friend.

But my best friend of all

was good ol' Papa Bear.

Man, we had

some crazy times together.

And when the monkeys grabbed me,

things got really crazy.

Monkeys!

Bad monkeys! Bad!

Go, Papa Bear!

Then I came face to face

with the meanest,

scariest tiger in the whole jungle,

Shere Khan.

You stay away from Mowgli,

you mean old tiger,

or I'll tie some fire to your tail

and burn your butt!

I got him, Mowgli. Did you see?

You sure did, Ranjan.

But it's gonna be hard

to finish the story now.

But we all know how it ends.

Shanti blinks her big,

beautiful brown eyes at you,

and you follow her into our village.

- I did not.

- Did so!

- Something was in my eye.

- Both of them?

Well, you were so ugly,

you made my eyes water.

Well, you...

Now, now, we give thanks

for Shanti's beautiful brown eyes.

Without them, Mowgli would never

have come into our lives.

Come to think of it,

you used the same trick on me.

And you still fall for it.

Thank you for a wonderful story,

Mowgli.

- Goodnight, Mowgli.

- Night, Shanti.

Watch out for Shere Khan

on your way home.

You and your stories.

Everyone knows tigers

don't come into the village.

Tigers go wherever they want!

Goodnight, boys.

Tomorrow's gonna be so great.

Erm... nothing.

Uh-huh. Well, you'll need plenty

of rest for doing nothing tomorrow.

Off to bed.

We never get to stay up late.

Even wild beasts need their sleep.

Help! Ferocious tiger!

Goodnight, my little wild thing.

Goodnight, Mowgli.

Happy dreams.

Erm...

Goodnight, sir.

Why do you always call him "sir"?

His name's Pop.

Hmm!

Come on, Mowgli, wake up!

It's morning.

You said we'd go to...

Ranjan.

You want to wake the whole village?

When does the tiger roar?

I don't know.

After he catches his prey.

His prey.

Let's go get our prey.

- Boys?

- Huh!

Where are you going so early?

To... do our chores?

Not without breakfast.

- That's OK. We're not hungry.

- Got to go!

Boys! Where are you going?

- To do our chores!

- Bye, Pop! See you later.

Remember, don't cross the river.

You can take the boy

out of the jungle.

But you can't take the jungle

out of the boy.

Yes.

That's what worries me.

- Hey, Shanti!

- Ah!

What are you doing here?

Getting water.

What are you doing here?

Oh, I'm on the lookout...

for danger.

Danger? Please.

There's no danger around here.

Well, keep this just between us.

Yesterday, I saw tiger tracks.

Tiger tracks? Right.

It's Shere Khan.

I hear he's looking for me.

Seeking his bloodthirsty revenge.

So keep your ears open,

and always watch your back,

or the last thing

you'll ever hear is...

When does the tiger roar?

You're horrible!

Horrible, stinky boys.

Come on, Ranjan.

He's a bad influence.

Now, don't move.

That wasn't very nice, you know.

Stop that. You're not a jungle boy.

Why are you so scared of the jungle?

- Because it's dangerous.

- Dangerous? But Mowgli says...

You shouldn't listen

to everything Mowgli says.

But I thought you liked Mowgli.

Well, I do. I like Mowgli.

But I have... oh.

Er, you left this at the river.

Thank you.

She's in a bad mood.

Hey, Ranjan.

You want to see a little trick

I learned in the jungle?

That's a pretty good trick.

Well, here's a little trick

I learned right here at home.

Wow.

That's a neater trick.

Like I said, Ranjan,

don't listen to him.

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