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Space Jam: A New Legacy


Released 25 years after the original Space Jam, Space Jam: A New Legacy follows a fictionalized version of NBA star LeBron James and his youngest son, Dom (Cedric Joe). When a nasty A.I. named Al-G-Rhythm (get it?) sucks them into a virtual world filled with Warner Bros. characters, they must compete in a basketball game against a “Goon Squad” of virtual NBA avatars with superpowers. Fortunately, they get a little help from the Looney Tunes gang, who (yet again) join forces as a ragtag basketball team.

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From the Watercooler:

With its PG rating Space Jam: A New Legacy is wholesome fare for families with children of all ages and adults with fond memories of the original. Read More

From Warren Cantrell at The Playlist:

This newest “Space Jam” installment is a good time and boasts real heart. LeBron’s steady work as the lead and a narrative undercurrent built on a believable father-son relationship makes for a breezy 115 minutes and improves on the harmless, yet admittedly stiff original. And while LeBron might not be in the Finals right now, he has definitely scored a win here. Full Review

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