The downside to Jungle Cruise’s 3D presentation, specifically when it comes to the Before The Window thrills, is that this effect isn’t used nearly as often as it can be. Again, quieter moments of conversation and observation could still contain moments of objects and characters popping out of the screen from time to time. However, the massive upside is that when Jungle Cruise breaks through the window, it does so impressively. The best example of this effect in use comes early on in the film too, when Dwayne Johnson’s Skipper Frank takes his boat so close to a protruding tree trunk of death, the camera lingers not once, but twice! Add on some premium jump scares, as well as a feisty cheetah, and you have enough to really sink your 3D eyes into.

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