Director: Joe Johnston.
The son of a wealthy shoe factory owner, Alan Parrish, is very upset by his father’s decision to send him to a private school. The boy absolutely does not want to spend the summer in a closed boarding house, despite the fact that his peers not only do not want to play with him, but also made him a target for constant ridicule. Once, fleeing from local bullies, a boy runs into a construction site, where he accidentally finds an unusual old casket. Inside lies the magical board game of Jumanji, starting which you cannot stop until you reach the final. Without knowing this, Alan and his girlfriend Sarah roll the dice, and then a terrible thing happens - after a couple of moves an unknown force pulls the guy inside the game, and the frightened girl who the bats are chasing runs away.
After 26 years, the house of Parrish is acquired by a woman raising two nephews. Curious children, exploring a new home, discover a dusty, old box with a mystical toy. Without reading the rules, they place chips, which causes the appearance of wild monkeys, an angry lion, giant insects and, having grown up, Alan Parrish. He returned home, but not only animals of the jungle, but also a cruel bloodthirsty hunter entered our world with him.