Two kids (Dunst and Bradley), bored on a wet afternoon, discover an ancient board game and being to play. By magic, the game unleashes jugle beasts and flora into their New England home, along with a man who has been trapped inside the game for a quarter of a century (Williams).
It's rampant fun while you're sitting through it - especially if you're under 13 - but there's really not that much to keep you sucked in beyond the credits; a half-term crowd-pleaser you'll have forgotten by summer.
Reviewed by Kim Newman
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