‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Comment: How does LeBron James’ performance compare to Michael Jordan in the 1996 movie

Ah, 1996.

What a glorious year in American culture. “Pokémon Red” and “Blue” were introduced to the United States. Kurt Angle won the gold medal for a broken neck. And, by the way, you have never fed the jade chicken that you begged your parents to buy you. (Think about it, you may have children now.)

But in 1996 was also released the classic “Space Jam” led by Michael Jordan, which is a beautiful clip from the Library of Congress, and a record by William Hung With the DVD copy of “Phantom” (Ben Affleck is the bomb among them), yo).

On July 16th, the long-awaited sequel to “Space Dunk” finally came to life in “Space Dunk: New Legacy”, we are here to tell you this…it’s definitely a movie Movies that happened on sports news were sent to watch.

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We are not mediocre in SN, we can say that “New Legacy” is a very interesting and interesting movie. There are even worse ways to kill time, such as learning to play a chainsaw.

Listen, no one said that “Slam Dunk in Space” is one of the best American movies on the screen-this label is reserved for well-made films such as “Batman Forever” and “Geely”. The love of Jordan movies is driven entirely by beer-fueled nostalgic goggles and the eternal need for deification of anything related to the 23rd. (Sorry, guys, Michael Jordan’s cologne smells like burnt rubber and expired eggnog. Buy yourself some sweetness.)

Therefore, the threshold of “new heritage” is not high. But, surprisingly, shocking… shocking? …”Space Traffic: New Legacy” actually lived up to its predecessor and surpassed it in some ways.

This is a breakdown.

(Editor’s note: This review contains spoilers.)

Space Jam: New Legacy Review

The challenge that film critics often face is that they mainly comment for themselves rather than the target audience. “Space Jam: A New Legacy” is good, and sometimes even good-this is a nice, forward spin of Jordan movies, suitable for growing up on mobile phones, Instaface or SnapGram or whatever they use now A new generation. (TikBook? Is that the same thing?)

“Space Jam: A New Legacy” is a two-hour animation/CGI play through Tune World (and all shared properties of Warner Bros.). It has enough slapstick humor to make kids and high-level (and, Sorry) Old references will make adults happy. (Bugs Bunny plays William Shatner? *The chef’s kiss. *)

A mix of interesting one-line humor and gimmicks-LeBron James becomes Robin when he enters the DC world is a good meta humor-and a legitimate heart and soul, two things that the original action actually lacks, make way for a little massage Take a look at Jordan’s self.

If you are bored, a little busy, or have a young family, and are looking for a good way to spend a few hours on Friday or Saturday night, there are many things you can do, worse than watching the “New Legacy”—— Such as juggling those chainsaws or going to sleep, Bath and other places.

However, this movie is severely lacking Bill Murray.

Well, you can’t win them all.

Michael Jordan and LeBron James

As mentioned earlier, apart from star power, nothing can make “Slam Dunk in Space” a good movie, no matter how subjective this measure is. Very good, very interesting, do you know? This is totally fine.

There must be a difference between the two films: in the 1996 film, the appearance of Jordan’s leadership made him firmly established as a real character in the animation world-LeBron James’ successor combined the two very well.

It is safe to say that performing with green screen and digital rendering is difficult, so for a great person like Jordan, when you are not an award-winning actor, it is a difficult climb.

LeBron is no stranger A bit too much, After all, but he is totally useful in movies. What else can you ask?

The Jordan vs. LeBron debate will continue, but in the end they should all be grateful that their career has fallen on the court without being scolded by Martin Scorsese.

Space Jam 2 plot

The son of Dominic James (fictional) basketball star LeBron James is a smart 12-year-old boy who focuses on his own video games, which annoys his father. A few years ago, LeBron was scolded by his youth basketball coach for playing GameBoy on the sidelines during a game. So, some serious parental projection problems have occurred here.

Al-G Rhythm, the artificial intelligence king who exists on the Warner Bros. Studio server (understand it? Like “algorithms?”), wants to collaborate with LeBron to develop a new technology. One of the five bad ideas “heard of” (obviously, making a “Space Jam” sequel is not on this list).

In revenge, Tempo kidnapped LeBron’s son, which is the only way for a basketball player to win a basketball game in a game created by Dominic.

After Rhythm confronted LeBron and explained his evil conspiracy to exterminate Looney Tunes and keep his son in the server world forever (a classic movie villain error), he sent LeBron to the “rejector” Tune World, because apparently he did not See the impact of the first “Space Jam” movie on Danny DeVito and Muggsy Bogues.

Either way, the rest of the movie is about what you expect: a pretty cookie-cutter plot of good and evil, with plenty of leaflets, ginger and classic Rooney tunes of humor, and a healthy dose throughout.

Space Jam: New Legacy Cast List

You will be surprised to find that the award-winning actors Michael B. Jordan and Don Cheadle willingly accepted a salary for the film:

LeBron James As himself.

Don Chandel As the King Al-G rhythm.

Cedric Joe As Dominic James.

Ceyl J. Wright As Darius James.

Sonqua Martin-Green As Kamiya James.

Chris Davis As Malik.

Best Space Jam 2 offer

“I am a baseball player, and athletes perform-never go smoothly.”-LeBron James, showing incredible self-awareness.

“So, what made you come to Tune World, Doctor? Torn meniscus? Mid-life crisis? There is no team to play?”-Bugs Bunny, maybe casting a shadow on former teammate Michael Jordan.

“It had to start with Superman, I could have used him in the Cavaliers.”-LeBron James. (How much help does he need?)

“Try not to hope too much. You may not be able to get all the top players to join a team. This is not the Miami Heat, you know.” — Bugs Bunny, obviously not a fan of NBA super teams.

“It’s almost like they were kidnapped. We have to rule out all possibilities: aliens, right? The government. The New York Knicks.”-Malik. (#SayKnicksForClicks)



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