After passing the tests of Jumanji, Spencer, Martha, Fridge and Bethany are now a group of university students who return home for Christmas. In full transit to the next level of their lives, they are dragged back into the game to rescue Spencer, inexplicably absorbed. However, Jumanji is broken and will fight back unpredictably. In a universe that has grown and where there are no rules, they will have to survive new dangers with two other players. It took 22 years for the sequel to Jumanji to arrive. However, only a handful of months after Jumanji’s blockbuster: Welcome to the jungle returns to the big screen the most dangerous board game in film history. This time there are no rules, Jumanji is broken, unpredictable and has expanded his universe. Not only is there a lethal jungle waiting for intrepid players, but a whole variety of scenarios ranging from the arid desert dunes to snowy mountain peaks. If his predecessor was about discovering oneself, Jumanji: Next level talks about the changes in life we experience as we mature. So do the avatars, again with the face of Dwayne Johnson (Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw), Karen Gillan (Avengers: Endgame), Jack Black (The house of the clock on the wall) and Kevin Hart (School for failed), which completely permute their personalities. True to the franchise, this film directed by Jake Kasdan (Sex Tape: Something happens in the cloud) proposes a thrilling mix of action, incredible special effects and humor for all audiences. Danny Glover (The Dead Don’t Die), Oscar nominee Danny DeVito (Dumbo), Awkwafina (The Farewell) and Rory McCann (xXx: Reactivated), as the villain, are the brand new signings.