I love how the last part threw us for a loop too thinking it may have just been all been a dream. It picks up after the events unfolded in the series and in the episodic special The Journal, in which Arnold came by his father's journal that held clues to his parents' whereabouts. If they do so, it should be about the spin off series; The Pataki's. He also revealed that Lasombra was searching for La Corazón, a fabulous jewel and sacred relic of the Green-Eyed people, the tribe that Miles and Stella helped in the past. Helga , who secretly has a longtime crush on Arnold, uses various footage she's compiled over the years showing Arnold's good deeds, and everyone in town surprises Arnold with the video. Looking at the murals on the wall, however, Helga hatches a plan. When La Sombra attempts to steal the Corazon, he is shot in the head with a poisonous arrow that came directly from where the Corazon is housed.
But for anyone else who's thinking of showing it to their kids simply because its a kids movie, well there's a good chance they won't follow everything. It was basically everything we've asked for. The new voice actors did a great job voicing the characters, especially Arnold's new voice He did go through several voice actors throughout the series. Overall, The Jungle Movie brought back what I loved about Hey Arnold growing up, and it wrapped everything up nicely. The story was good and interesting - a must see!!!!!! From then on, he gives them a hug and they tell him they have plans for the day.
The scene where Brainy jumps off the boat to save Helga's locket is so poetic. Luckily they chose to focus mostly on Arnold, Helga, Gerald and Phoebe who were certainly the best characters. It was good replication of Gerald and I enjoyed the performance. The story is good with lots of great twists. As a result,I give Hey Arnold! But I have to point out that the plot and its main mcguffins don't really make any sense. The plot: Arnold's parents had traveled to San Lorenzo in South America to deliver medicine to a mysterious lost tribe of green eyed people, they never returned.
This had been done before with the show in the past. Creator Craig Bartlett also confirmed the orientation of Mr. It was nice to see grown- up characters. One of the film's emotional highlights was witnessing the numerous cameos of one-time characters that Arnold had helped out. He captured the essence of the character perfectly and delivered all of his lines with such needed emotion.
Couldn't they do something a bit more unique instead of the same old tired tropes and cliches that have been done a gazillion times over. Very touching and heartwarming scene. Once they reach the end of the map, Gerald falls through a bed of flowers into a deep dark cave and the rest of them follow which then leads them to the Green-Eyed People's Community. I guess I'm doing this to process my feelings after this epic conclusion to one of my favorite Nicktoons. The series for the most part is a slice of life, but this movie differentiated itself from the series enough to make it feel like it's its own world. Arnold's parents are in a deep sleep, and it's up to him, Helga and Gerald to save them, along with their class I watched Hey Arnold when I was five years old and it was and still it is my favorite cartoon of all time.
The pace may seem a little rushed at first but give them a break, they needed to make up for 15 years worth of time and cram it into an hour and twenty minutes. Guys, this was probably the best television movie on Nickelodeon by far. In October 2012, Craig Bartlett revealed that he was back at Nickelodeon having meetings with them. He is seen hugging a man at the airport who is presumably Peter from the Thanksgiving episode. If you're still with me then here we go. As always good humor from grandparents , And especially liked the presentation with the good works of Arnold, as if reviewing the series.
Kami tidak menyimpan file film tersebut di server sendiri dan kami hanya menempelkan link-link tersebut di website kami. The Jungle Movie is an interesting departure from the show's traditional format. I also loved the adventure aspect of the film. He encounters their old friend Eduardo , who gives Arnold an ancient amulet and tells him of the Green-Eyed People, the citizens of a lost city and possible holders of clues to his parents' whereabouts. After learning the secret that Arnold kept from them, Gerald and the others shun him.
Arnold's character is a bit off as well when he keeps a secret from his friends when talking with Eduardo about his parents and the Green- Eyed people. I was kind of hoping for a scene of Arnold showing his other friends his parents, but it just suddenly stops with them being back home again, and everything ends with Arnold and Helga closer, and Gerald and Phoebe a couple. Arnold and his friends manage to evade the lost city's traps, while Lasombra pursues them, sacrificing most of his men to the traps. Which in turn causes a whole load of butterflies to awaken. So many great twists, the scenes with Arnold in the jail cell looking at the picture of his parents, Brainy rescuing Helga's locket, Arnold seeing his parents, him and the green eyes crying after it's revealed the gold heart fell down the cliff, the reunion with his parents, Arnold and Helga's kiss, and the end when he sees his parents downstairs and then they walk with him to school. The Jungle Movie did not disappoint. A clever little play on words there because Grandpa Phil has always called Arnold 'shortman', but it now turns out its not just a cute little nickname after all.