The Legend of Tarzan User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.47

Current Rating: 4.47

based on 1578 votes and 150 reviews

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  • 5 stars I really enjoyed it. I have never put a review up but couldn't understand the 1 star reviews. I like the different take on the story. Planning on seeing it again.
  • 5 stars This was a great movie...Don't listen to the negative reviews...Special Effects were great..Great story...A feel good movie...Watch in 3D. Its worth it
  • 1 stars This movie sucked. I wil pay someone the cost of admission to save me from the agony of watching crap like that. And when a an gets hit by a gorilla. He will not get back up. Was this Superman, dawn of gorillas. So friggin stupid guys.
  • 1 stars All the tribesman are steroids users. Do they get that big from eating berries? Lol No grit to this movie. Sell out Hollywood crap. Effects, yada. Actors posing. About looks, not the story. Tarzan looked like some ex stoner with a bit of steroids in him. This was a let down. Stop making these terrible cash grab reboots. Guess that sells to all you Pokemon go generation fools. Dorks.
  • 5 stars I don't get the one star votes. We're going back tonight and taking a friend.
  • 5 stars Absolutely loved it! Action, adventure, suspense... It was amazing! Big thumbs up!
  • 5 stars loved it awesome movie would watch it again
  • 5 stars One of my favorite movies of the summer!
  • 1 stars Brutal. Jackson will be embarrassed by that role. Beneath him.
  • 5 stars A truly amazingly excellent movie. You just have to go and watch it on the big screen. You will be glad that you did!!!!

The Legend of Tarzan

Genre:  Action/Adventure
Running Time:  109 min.
Release Date: July 1, 2016

Current rating: Rating: 4.47
based on 1578 votes and 150 reviews
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Cast: Alexander Skarsgård, Samuel L. Jackson, Margot Robbie, Djimon Hounsou, John Hurt, Jim Broadbent, Christoph Waltz, Genevieve O'Reilly

Inspiration: Edgar Rice Burroughs