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Get a laugh-loaded glimpse of the future as it's never looked before! See two of the world's greatest legends collide in a brand-new universe! When basketball megastar Michael Jordan teams up with animated icon Bugs Bunny--get ready for Space Jam! Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig--and many more. The National Basketball Association meets Warner Bros.' Looney Tunes--with Jordan as a live-action hero entering a spectacular animated world. Captured by Bugs Bunny to foil a ghastly gang of space creatures, Jordan must play the basketball game of his life to save the beloved cartoon heroes from a hideous kidnapping scheme. Will Jordan beat the odds and get his Looney new pals out of a real jam? Fasten your seat belts and enter a whole new dimension in entertainment in the wildest, wackiest comic fantasy ever.
Michael Jordan, Billy West, Wayne Knight, Dee Bradley Baker, Theresa Randle, Danny DeVito, Manner Washington, Bob Bergen, Eric Gordon, Bill Farmer, Penny Bae Bridges, Brandon Hammond, Maurice LaMarche, Kath Soucie, Larry Bird, Jocelyn Blue, Bill Murray, Thom Barry, Charity James, June Melby, Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Catherine Reitman, Colleen Wainwright, Tyrone Bogues, Dorian Harewood, Larry Johnson, Frank Welker, Shawn Bradley, Ahmad Rashad, Del Harris, Vlade Divac, Cedric Ceballos, Jim Rome, Paul Westphal, Danny Ainge, Dan Castellaneta
© 1996 Warner Bros Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved. LOONEY TOONS, SPACE JAM, characters, names, and all related indicia are trademarks of Warner Bros.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: While it's no slam dunk, Space Jam's silly, Looney Toons-laden slapstick and vivid animation will leave younger viewers satisfied -- though accompanying adults may be more annoyed than entertained.
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Common Sense Says
Live-action/animation mix is good fun for kids.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Space Jam has some cartoon violence. The film is likely to impress younger viewers, even those without any sentimental attachment to the original Looney Tunes cartoons. The characters assemble a basketball team, including Michael Jordan as a member, to defeat a group of aliens who want to enslave them. By standing up against their potential slave masters, the Tunes' efforts are admirable, so the overall message is fairly positive. Jokes about merchandising and Jordan's ill-fated baseball career are thrown in for the older folks, but ultimately, this film will likely fail to hold the attention of many people over the age of 12.
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- Genre:Family, Comedy
- Release Date:November 15, 1996
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD