Plot – Jumanji is an ancient and magical board game. When someone begins to play it, the life gets involved in it as long as the game finishes. Few people finished it and even fewer have played a second time. In 1969 Alan and Sarah ran into the game and threw the dices: Alan got sucked into the surreal world of Jumanji and has been trapped there for twenty-six years. When he’s finally free, he has to go back and find Sarah to end the game.
All actors – Robin Williams, Jonathan Hyde, Kirsten Dunst, Bradley Pierce, Bonnie Hunt, Bebe Neuwirth, David Alan Grier, Patricia Clarkson, Adam Hann-Byrd, Laura Bell Bundy, James Handy, Gillian Barber, Brandon Obray, Cyrus Thiedeke, Gary Joseph Thorup, Leonard Zola, Lloyd Berry, Malcolm Stewart, Annabel Kershaw, Darryl Henriques, Robyn Driscoll, Peter Bryant, Sarah Gilson, Florica Vlad, June Lion, Brenda Lockmuller, Frederick Richardson, Frank Welker, Jaysen Clough, Daniel Olsen, David Szehi, Tom Woodruff Jr.show all
“Jumanji” Quotes 25 quotes
“Crying never helped anybody do anything, okay? You have a problem, you face it like a man.”
“I've seen things you've only seen in your nightmares. Things you can't even imagine. Things you can't even see. There are things that hunt you in the night. Then something screams. Then you hear them eating, and you hope to God that you're not dessert. Afraid? You don't even know what afraid is. You would not last five minutes without me.”
“- Sarah Whittle: I thought I lost you again.
- Alan Parrish: Thanks for sticking around this time.”
“Peter, take this suitcase up to the attic, then we can all have ice cream. And bourbon.”
“I know it doesn't mean much after twenty-six years. But I'm sorry.”
“- Sarah Whittle: You just saw three monkeys go by on a motorcycle, didn't you?
- Judy Shepherd: Yeah.
- Sarah Whittle: Good girl.”
“- Judy Shepherd: What happened to you, you shave with a piece of glass?
- Alan Parrish: What happened to you, the Clampetts have a yard sale? What do you want? I never shaved before.”
“- Exterminator: Bats aren't what I worry about in this house anyway.
- Judy Shepherd: What would you worry about?
- Exterminator: Well, personally, I wouldn't want to live in a house where someone was murdered.”
“Do you know what it was like to have witnessed Alan Parrish's murder? Do you think anyone showed up at my 14th birthday party?”
“- Alan Parrish: Where's Sir Sav-A-Lot?
- Carl: Monroe and Elm!
- Alan Parrish: The Episcopal Church.
- Carl: No, it's not a church anymore. Now it's a Speedy Burger. Or at least it was. I don't know what's left of it. People in this town are goin' loopy.”
“- Billy Jessup the Bully: Just because you're a Parrish doesn't mean you can hang around with my girlfriend.
- Alan Parrish, 1969: We're just friends.
- Billy Jessup the Bully: Not anymore.”
“Don't worry. I've done this before. Once.”
“- Sarah Whittle: Have you ever thought about just sitting down and talking about your differences?
- Alan Parrish: What are you, crazy? The man has a gun!
- Sarah Whittle: Don't ever call me crazy, Alan! Ever! Because everyone in this town has called me crazy ever since I told the cops that you were sucked into a board game.”
“- Sarah Whittle: Alan, you wrestled an alligator for me.
- Alan Parrish: It was a crocodile. Alligators don't have that little fringe on their hind leg.
- Sarah Whittle: My mistake.”
“We barely even knew our parents. They were always away. Skiing, gambling in Monte Carlo, on safari in darkest Africa. We didn't even know if they loved us. But when the Sheik's yacht went down, they managed to write us a really beautiful goodbye note that was found floating in a champagne bottle amongst the debris.”
“- Alan Parrish: He's a hunter. He kills things, that's what he does. And right now, he wants to hunt me and kill me, okay?
- Sarah Whittle: Why you?
- Alan Parrish: Why me? I don't know. Everything about me he finds offensive. You'd think it'd be a waste of his time. Maybe he needs something for his wall, you know, a Parrish - something to go...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Judy Shepherd: We found out why you got this house so cheap. 26 years ago, a kid named Alan Parrish used to live here. Then one day, he just disappeared, because his parents chopped him up in little pieces and hid him in the walls.
- Aunt Nora: Okay, that's it. I am sick and tired of your lies, young lady. You're grounded.
- Judy Shepherd:...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Alan Parrish, 1969: I'm so glad you're back.
- Samuel Alan Parrish: I've only been gone 5 minutes.
- Alan Parrish, 1969: It seems like a lot longer for me.”