Deep in the heart of the African jungle, a baby boy is raised by gorillas. He grows up to be the hunky, heroic, yet clumsy king of the jungle, George (Brendan Fraser), who swings from one tree right into the trunk of the next! But when a beautiful career woman named Ursula stumbles into George's unnatural habitat, he's swept off his feet. Leaving behind his forest full of animal friends, including Ape, a talking gorilla and Shep, an elephant who aspires to be a dog, George plants roots in the big city of San Francisco...where the comedy and adventure only grow bigger.
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- George of the Jungle review by Jake Mayhem
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GOTG is undemanding fare. It’s stupid fun. Brendan Fraser is charming as always, John Cleese is ridiculous (in a good way) as the voice of George’s erudite gorilla companion and Leslie Mann is really quite cute. So, if you’re ready, sing along with me - ‘George, George, George of the Jungle . . . ‘