Predictable yet fun, Jungle Cruise is the long-time-coming adaptation of the theme park attraction of the same name at Disneyland. It’s an interesting development after the ride was closed this year for refurbishments that, among other changes, would remove the attraction’s imperialist and racist content. The 2021 film stars a man of color (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) alongside a woman (Emily Blunt) and her queer (or at least queer-coded) brother during WWI as they embark on a mission into a jungle to find the Tree of Life, which is believed to possess healing powers. Blunt is convincing enough, albeit a tad boring; The Rock is still The Rock, and although he won’t win any Oscars anytime soon for Jungle Cruise, his performance is charming and heartfelt. Fans of 1999’s The Mummy might find Jungle Cruise a bit too familiar, though not as funny and definitely not as scary. But it’s still an enjoyable family-friendly adventure even if it’s not one you’d watch twice.