Jungle Tales (2017) Movie Script

(funky piano music)
(birds tweeting)
(bright ukulele music)
- Hello?
Hello, can anybody hear me?
This sure is a wild jungle.
I think I'm lost.
Hello, anybody out there?
- Well, well, well, a giraffe?
You must not be
from around here.
- Oh no, I'm from the zoo.
- The zoo?
What on Earth is that?
- That's where my
friends and family live.
- I see.
And what are you doing here?
- I was on my way to a
giraffe rehabilitation center
when the plane
took a wrong turn.
Where am I?
- You, my dear visitor,
have entered the magnificent
and mysterious Jungle
of the Animal Warriors.
- The Jungle of the
Animal Warriors?
Whoa, sounds like
an incredible place.
- The Jungle of
the Animal Warriors
is an incredible place.
- Why is that?
- This is where
many, many years ago
the jungle animals took a stand
against the invading
forces of the monster.
- The monster?
- Yes.
Don't you know
anything about it?
- No, I don't.
- Well, it's an
adventure for the ages.
- Whoa, what happened?
- Ah, it's an incredible story,
wrought with mystery
and adventure.
- You've got to
tell me about it.
- Well, my dear giraffe, if
you really want to know--
- I do, I do!
- It was just another day,
a day that would forever
change the destiny
of all of us jungle animals.
(birds tweeting)
(thunder rolling)
(dramatic exotic music)
(distant thunder rolling)
(machine whirring)
(bright tropical music)
- Look at what I'm wearing!
- I'm wearing coral snake.
(bright tropical music)
- Cool, do they come in green?
(snake gasping)
- Ouch, ouch.
Koo, finally, there you are.
- Yeah, what are you doing?
- Happy birthday, Koo.
- Oh, I'm glad
somebody remembered.
- Of course I did.
That's because I, I...
- What?
- Nothing.
- I don't know what's
going on around here,
but there's less and
less food by the day,
and most definitely less trees.
- Don't worry about it now.
Come with me.
- Where?
- To, to take a walk.
- No, I can't right now.
- Too bad, Koo, because
there's a place.
- What place?
- No, it's okay if you're busy.
- No, no, please tell me.
Please, please, please!
- It's just that there's
a place that is...
Full of all kinds of fruits.
- All kind of fruit?
- Yes, tons.
- Really?
- You can't imagine.
But if you don't wanna come--
- No, no, I wanna go.
Wait for me, Kee.
I want to go.
- Hey, Koo.
What are you doing?
- Hello, Jacquarai.
- Hello, Koo, happy birthday.
- Thanks.
You remembered, too.
- Yes, and I'm sorry
I can't go to your--
- Shh.
- You can't go where?
- Uh, to, to hang out with you.
We're so busy here with
all that's going on.
- What are you talking about?
- I'm talking about the monster.
There's no more trees.
There's no fruit,
and the river--
- The monster?
- What monster?
- Who is this monster?
- I don't know, but I'll tell
you guys I'm pretty scared.
- Oh yeah?
Not me.
I'm not afraid of any monster.
I can do this.
- What are you doing?
- He's playing dead.
See? Look.
- Enough, Kee.
You're tickling me.
But seriously, Jacquarai.
What monster are
you talking about?
- The monster that
comes from the--
- Jacquarai, sweetheart.
- My mom and dad
are planning to--
(clearing throat)
- What did we tell you
about talking to strangers?
- They're not strangers, Dad.
This is my friend Koo.
- All the same.
You shouldn't talk
about our family plans.
- It wasn't his fault.
I was just asking him--
- There's nothing to ask.
- Come on, little one, let's go.
We must keep swimming.
While you spend your
time goofing around,
we are keeping busy.
Let's go.
- Busy doing what?
- Solving problems.
- And avoiding even bigger ones.
- Like being made
into purses and shoes.
- Well, if you tell
me what's going on,
maybe I could help.
- No, Koo, come on.
We need to find more food.
Why would we help them anyway?
They're caimans.
- We can still be friends.
(clearing throat)
- Let's go.
We don't have much time.
- Jacquarai!
- What?
- I'll always be your friend.
- I'll see you later, Koo.
- What monster were
they talking about?
- I don't know, and
it doesn't matter.
Let's go.
(birds laughing)
- Oh, a surprise party.
You must all help.
- You go that way.
You go that way.
You go that way.
You, come here.
You, hide there.
You, sit here.
You, stay here.
Stop moving.
You're making me nervous.
- Let's hurry, Danny.
I don't wanna be late.
- We're not late, Mom.
- Look at all these flowers.
I should pick some.
- Hurry up, he's coming.
- [Koo] Why in
such a hurry, Kee?
- You'll see.
Here we are.
You like it?
- Like what?
There's nothing here.
What is it?
- I've prepared
this for you, Koo.
(clearing throat)
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday, dear Koo
Happy birthday--
- Let's start this
flamingo dance, shall we?
(upbeat music)
- That's not fair.
- Thank you, Kee.
- Listen up, Koo.
You're all grown up now.
You should take
things more seriously.
- Me? Why should I?
- There's a moment in life
when responsibilities change.
- Oh yeah?
What responsibilities?
- What about fall in
love, date, get married?
- All that'll come in due time.
First, you need to learn
responsibility, boy.
- Let's dance!
Let's dance!
(snakes hissing)
- Hey, you made socks
out of our skin.
Give us our skins back.
- Friends, don't
fight each other.
Your only enemy is the jaguar.
That's why he wasn't invited.
Do you see him anywhere?
No, he wasn't invited.
Why do you pull such faces?
The jaguar is our worst enemy.
He wants to eat us all, yeah.
Especially the
little ones, yeah.
Hey, don't you worry about him.
I'm not afraid to
tell him what I think,
the moment, uh-oh.
- Mm, gather around,
and don't be afraid.
I'm not hunting today.
I came to tell you
we are all in danger.
- Careful, Koo.
He may get you.
- Why do you say we're
in danger, Avartai?
- You know my name?
- Yes, of course.
There's just so few of you left.
- Mm, that's true.
So few of us jaguars.
And it'll happen to all of you
when the monster finally
destroys the rainforest.
- The monster?
- I lost all my
brothers to the monster,
but also comes for the trees.
And without trees,
there will be no shade.
And without shade,
there will be no water.
- Without water--
- Do you see now?
- That's why there's less fruit,
because there's less water.
- My pond is drying up, too.
- See?
That's what I mean.
- My friend Jacquarai
mentioned the monster, too.
- Ah, the caimans lost
so many friends, too.
All turned into bags and shoes.
They made the mistake
of fighting alone
against the monster.
We must band together if we
want to stop the destruction!
- I don't trust the jaguar,
and neither should you.
You, neither!
Yeah, the monster gave
me cookies and treats.
(machine rumbling)
- [Animal] What's gonna
happen now with the monster?
- Run, everybody!
- It's the monster!
It's too late now.
- It's coming!
- I know what you're
thinking, Koo.
It's a bad idea.
- I'm sorry, Kee.
I have to see it.
I have to see the monster.
(dramatic music)
- Don't go, please!
(machine rumbling)
(machine rumbling)
(wood crackling)
Koo, watch out!
Don't eat me, don't eat me!
(birds tweeting)
(gentle music)
- Ouch.
- Stay away from the monster.
- Avartai.
Where are you going, Avartai?
(machine creaking)
- [Raphael] We cleared 20 acres.
We can send five barges
back full of logs.
We may need some parts
for the machines.
- [Daleone] He brought
that kid again.
- [Dad] How are you, Raphael?
- [Raphael] We're
doing great, sir.
Did you come to check
how work is going?
- [Dad] Yeah.
- [Daleone] What's left on
the hill is useless wood.
- [Tommy] Captain
Super Techno, attack!
- [Dad] Let's clear the area.
- [Daleone] We can do it now.
Raphael, set the fire.
It won't take long.
This place--
- Wow.
Captain Super Techno!
- [Man] Mr. Daleone, the
jaguar's getting close!
- [Daleone] What?
- [Man] Somebody spotted
it around the camp.
- [Daleone] Darn animal.
He's not gonna get
away this time.
Bring my rifle.
- [Man] Yes, sir.
Right away.
- Dad!
- [Dad] Relax, Tommy.
Everything's okay,
just stay in the truck.
Stay calm, Tommy.
Everything will be fine.
- Oh, they have a little one.
- They're going to
burn it all down.
- Seems like the monster
is afraid of you, Avartai.
- Go away, silly bird.
This isn't about you.
- Why don't you get a
little closer, Avartai?
Maybe you'll drive them away.
- Ah, be quiet, you
troublesome bird.
- After all, you're
so big and brave.
Here, here!
Here's the jaguar!
- Traitor.
- Here!
- [Man] There, Mr. Daleone.
- Here, here's the jaguar!
- Ah, another
trophy for my wall.
- Avartai!
- [Man] You got him.
- [Daleone] Yeah, don't think
that will kill him, though.
Well done, Pedro.
Here's your prize.
- Oh, thank you.
Thank you.
This cookie is stale.
- Avartai, are you hurt?
(melancholy music)
Wait, where are you going?
(mysterious whispering)
- Now you see that I was right.
- He's just a little bruised.
He'll be fine.
- We must let him rest.
What was his name?
- Yaguarete, jaguar.
That's how they
used to call him.
- I think he looks like
a sabertooth tiger.
- Oh no, this one has spots
and no protruding canines.
He's not a sabertooth tiger.
- Shh, look, he's waking up.
- I, I...
I wanted to stop them.
- I know, my friend.
But the monster is very cunning.
- If I could go back to
Earth for just one day...
- Go back to Earth?
What does that mean,
go back to Earth?
- Don't worry about me.
I'm not extinct yet.
- But it won't take long,
as with all of us
from the rainforest.
- Excuse me?
- What, the rats have
gone extinct, too?
You're a goofy one, coati.
- I heard what you were saying.
- Coati, you don't
belong to this world.
- Not for now.
Speak up.
What do you want?
- Are you all--
- Extinct.
- I, I don't want that
to happen to the coati.
- You'd better get ready.
The monster will destroy
your rainforest, coati.
It's just a matter of time.
Nobody would've guessed it
Nobody could have suspected
In what danger
Is your jungle
Nobody would've guessed it
Nobody could have suspected
- Oh no, not that song again.
- Can you hear me?
Can you hear me down there?
- Yes.
He loves to show off.
- Showtime!
It'll be the end
of the rainforest
Nobody can fight back
And you all will be
It's just a matter of time
It's just a matter
Of time
- It's unavoidable.
You can't fight
back the monster.
In a short time,
coatis, parrots--
- Caimans and otters, even
the strongest of animals.
They will all be extinct
because of the monster.
- Besides, who could
ever face the monster?
- Um...
Well, maybe...
I could?
- What, you?
- Well...
Avartai the jaguar
couldn't do it.
You guys are extinct.
- The coati is right.
There's nothing we
can do from here.
Besides, he was the only animal
who had the courage to
face the monster with me.
- So he's already
faced the monster?
- Oh no, that
changes everything.
- You're brave, young one.
- Do you really think
you can stop the monster?
- Yes, sir.
I feel fate brought me here.
This must be what I have to do.
- Well said, Koo.
- What do you think?
- Well, Koo.
First off, you must return
to where you came from.
- Great.
Uh, which way is that?
Are you really sure
this will work?
- Do you doubt me?
- Just that it looks
a little scary to me.
- You must trust
me, little coati.
Tell me, how did you
get to our world anyway?
- Through a hole in the ground.
- And now you will
go back the same way.
- How?
- Make way.
That might've hurt.
- Yeah, that hurt.
It hurt just a little bit.
A little bit of a lot.
What have they done?
(thunder rolling)
- Keep up with me.
One, two, three.
Flap those wings,
kick up those legs.
One, two, three.
- Let's go.
We gotta get our
flying gear in shape.
- One, two, three.
One, two three.
- What are you all doing?
- It's the little coati.
Where have you been?
Don't you know anything?
- We're keeping in shape.
- Yeah, just in case.
We gotta get our
flying gear in shape.
- Oh yeah?
So you know we're all in danger.
We gotta do something.
We gotta stop the monster.
- Ahh!
- You must help me
protect the jungle.
- Did you say we?
- Why are you laughing?
I'm being serious.
I'll find help somewhere else.
- I think we'll
find good wood here.
- You must help me protect
the jungle, Mr. Caiman.
You know we're all in danger.
- Don't waste your time.
- Leave him be, dear.
He just doesn't know how
powerful the monster is.
- [Koo] You think you
can survive on your own?
- Of course.
That's why we're so busy.
- Mom, I found a good log.
- [Mom] Hmm, I'm sure
it'll be useful, dear.
- Yeah, I think so.
- [Mom] Let's take
it to the river.
- Right away.
- While others are leaving,
we decided to defend ourselves.
- But how?
- We're getting
ready for battle.
(bright inspirational music)
- What is it?
- We're building a
monster defense machine,
a real jewel of
technological warfare.
- Ow.
- Unfortunately, the heron
has not gotten the
hang of it yet.
- Watch, Jacquarai,
this is how you do it.
- We start building this
machine with other caimans
a long time ago,
trying to stop the monster.
- The monster goes
down the river, too?
- Yes!
Yes, it's almost unstoppable.
It destroyed our defense
machine many times.
A long time ago, it attacked
us with all of its might.
That's when an old
catfish friend of mine
told us of a secret weapon
he found at the
bottom of the river,
a torpedo that would
destroy the monster.
But all of our friends ran away.
Nobody was willing to fight.
- Alright, that's the spot.
- [Dad] Only we
were left behind.
- Darling, get back to work.
At this pace,
we'll never finish.
- I'm coming, honey.
I better go.
- Wait, wait, wait, wait.
I want to fight
the monster, too.
- [Dad] You're too young,
coati, and too small.
- I can't do it alone.
Don't go.
I need help.
- Insisting won't get you
anywhere, little coati.
There's nothing you can do now.
The monster has come to stay.
You can't beat it.
- Wait, wait.
I understand.
But I still think you're
all being selfish.
- Hey, Koo.
- Hello, Jacquarai.
- My parents just are doing
the best they know how, Koo.
- I'm sorry.
It's just that--
- [Jacquarai] Come,
I'll show you something.
- [Koo] Where are we going?
(playful ominous music)
Blegh, what is this place?
- This is what the
monster leaves behind.
- Where are we headed?
- I'll show you where
the monster lives.
- What a horrible mess.
Ew, this is just terrible.
- [Koo] Who are they?
- It's the otters.
They're very upset.
- What happened to them?
Why do they look so upset?
- [Otter] Poor us.
What are we gonna do?
- [Pedro] He's coming!
(ominous music)
- Do you think you'll
be okay all alone?
Aren't you afraid?
- Yeah, I'll be fine.
I know what I'm doing.
I made it.
- [Jacquarai] Be
careful nobody sees you.
(playful dramatic music)
- Look at that.
We got company.
- Alright, a cat.
- It's not a cat,
it's from the jungle.
- Is it edible?
- Let's find out.
- [Dog] I'm gonna get
you, little jungle pest.
(melancholy music)
- [Dad] Okay, we have
3,000 palms ready to ship.
- Dad?
Do these wild animals live here?
Dad, what are you counting?
- [Dad] Yeah sure,
I can find mahogany.
How much do you need?
- Dad, what is--
- [Dad] Hold up, buddy.
Yes, I'm sorry.
I was talking to my son.
Yes, of course.
- Mahogany.
- Okay, great.
I'll see you at the meeting.
- Hey Dad, you didn't
catch the plane.
- Tommy, I was on
an important call.
(phone ringing)
- They're always important.
You used to play
with me all the time.
- [Dad] Tommy, how many
times do I have to tell you?
- [Tommy] You never
listen to me anymore.
- [Dad] Of course I do.
It's just that I have to work.
How do you think we can afford
all those toys you play with?
- Where's that
little troublemaker?
- It got away.
Can I get a snack now?
- You never change.
(crickets chirping)
- [Dad] Tommy, can I come in?
- [Tommy] Yes, Dad, come in.
- [Dad] I just wanted to
see how you were doing.
I'm going out.
I'm meeting Mr. Daleone.
- Can I play before I go to bed.
- [Dad] It's late, Tommy.
- I know, but I can't fall
asleep when I'm not home.
Besides, I miss Mom.
- [Dad] Tommy, you knew it was
going to be hard for a while.
I'll make you a deal.
If you go to bed now, I
promise I'll be back soon.
You didn't eat
your dinner, Tommy.
- Don't treat me like
a little boy, Dad.
I know it's your job,
but I don't like this place.
And I don't have
anybody to play with.
- What do you mean, you don't
have anybody to play with?
What about Captain Torpedo?
- Dad, it's not Captain Torpedo.
It's Captain Super Techno.
- Super Techno,
what a super name.
And don't forget.
Super Techno Robot outside
guarding the place, right?
- Yes, Dad.
- And you have my cell
number on the fridge
if you need anything.
- Yeah, Dad.
- [Dad] It's just a
few more weeks, Tommy.
Then we'll be able to go home.
- And see Mom again?
(phone ringing)
- Alright, buddy.
I've gotta get to work.
Yes, Mr. Daleone.
I'm running a little late,
but I'm on my way now.
I'm leaving, Tommy.
Yes, don't worry,
I'll bring the papers.
(gentle melancholy music)
- Goodnight, Mom.
Goodnight, Dad.
Goodnight, Captain Super Techno.
(gentle melancholy music)
(motor humming)
(playful sneaky music)
(bright music)
- Were you looking for me?
- What are you doing here?
I thought you--
- You thought you left
me behind, didn't you?
Well, I just couldn't
leave you alone
in this moment of danger.
So I followed you.
- But if you were following me,
how did you get
here before I did?
And how did you
avoid the monster?
- You mean the monster that
was destroying the trees?
Oh, prepare for an
incredible story.
When I saw the
monster attacking you,
I got so mad.
I decided to face
it all on my own.
It tried to crush me
in its big steel jaws,
but I used all my
strength and fought back.
"You better take me where
my friend Koo is or else!"
And it did.
- Whoa.
Wait, did this really happen?
- Well, there's another version.
(playful dramatic music)
I took a ride on one of
the logs, all the way here.
This is heaven, Koo.
- Heaven?
This is not fun and games, Kee.
It's dangerous.
- To the contrary, Koo.
This is the most amazing
place in the world.
Let me show you.
- No, no, no, Kee.
I don't think
that's a good idea.
- Let's go, Koo.
What did I tell you?
The monster controls the light.
And it controls the water, look.
Cold, and hot, too.
- My tail.
- Sorry, I'm sorry!
- [Koo] You burned my tail.
- Now, prepare for the
biggest surprise of your life.
Look at all this food.
- Whoa.
Check out all that fruit.
- What did I tell you?
All the food you've
ever dreamed of.
And now, the greatest
wonder of all,
a huge color box that talks.
And look, this is how
it controls the fire.
- Hmm, what is this smell?
- Smell?
There's no smell, Koo.
All you have to do
is rub this little
stick of wood like this.
- Hey, get out, get out.
Take this!
Get out!
- Come on, Koo, this way.
- Get away, get away!
Looks like you're more afraid
of me than I am of you.
Come on, little one.
You can go.
- Kee?
- Not so fast anymore,
little troublemaker.
- Let me go, you brute.
- I'm coming, Kee.
I'm coming.
- You're hurting
me, you ugly thing.
- Can I get a treat now?
- I'm coming!
Let her go, let her go!
- Are you okay, buddy?
- Here's your treat,
you silly beast.
(birds squawking)
- [Koo] Run, Kee, run.
- Wait for me, Koo.
- What?
What is it?
- It's just that, it's very
brave what you did, Koo.
- It's nothing, Kee.
Forget it.
- I can't forget it.
I wanted to tell you...
You've very special to me.
- Am I interrupting something?
- Avartai!
I thought you were...
- Extinct?
- I'm sorry, Avartai.
I didn't mean it that way.
- Looks as if I still have
some time left in this world.
And since I'm here, I figured
you could use some help.
Gather around.
Listen to me carefully.
- Huh, help?
Koo doesn't need any help.
- Kee, please, no need to--
- He may be tiny,
he may be skinny,
but he's a hero.
- Please.
This is embarrassing.
- He faced two ferocious
dogs all by himself.
- They were just puppies.
- Don't play humble, Koo.
They very voracious.
- No, no they weren't.
- Mean and scary.
- Well, maybe a little.
- Enough!
Listen, little coati.
I know you want to
stop the monster
and I'm here to help you.
- You are? Really?
- Yes.
We must band together if we
want to stop the destruction.
- Hmm, but how?
- I came here to train you,
train you to defeat the monster.
- Train me?
Ha, I don't need to be trained.
- You don't need it?
Don't make me laugh.
Let's go.
- Okay, well maybe.
(machine rumbling)
(dramatic electronic music)
- You won't beat me.
I'm the strongest
superhero of them all.
"Oh no, help me, help me!"
I'm coming.
I will help you.
Oh, Mr. Daleone.
- Does this look like an
amusement park to you?
- No, sir.
I was just playing.
- I don't understand why your
father brought you along.
- There was nobody
to take care of me.
I promise you, I'm not bored.
I even have a new friend.
- You have an
imaginary friend, huh?
- No, it's not imaginary.
It's a little animal
from the rainforest.
This small.
It looks like a squirrel
with a long tail.
- A coati?
- A coati?
- You made friends
with a jungle rat, kid.
Those critters are like
pigeons in a city, a plague.
Friends with a jungle rat.
(gentle melancholy music)
- Wow, a coati.
- Strength must be
paired with intelligence.
- Let's go, little bug.
- Did you just call me a bug?
Don't you ever call me a bug!
- Aw, little bug.
I like that.
(upbeat music)
- En garde!
I was just sitting
up here in my tree
In my tree, in my tree
I saw a beautiful face
was looking up at me
Up at me, up at me
She had a cute smile
so I asked her name
Asked her name, asked her name
Then we got to talking,
said she felt the same
Said she felt the
same, felt the same
Every time I see her
I'm gonna do my thing
Now she's (mumbling)
She wants to be, wants to be
She's cooking us a
chicken with a jug of tea
A jug of tea, a jug of tea
I'm thankful for the
day she knocked on my door
I never thought I'd fall
for the girl next door
I never thought I'd
fall for the girl next
Every time I see her
I'm gonna do my thing
Every time I see her
I'm gonna do my thing
Every time I see her
I'm gonna do my thing
(upbeat oldies music)
I never thought I'd fall
for the girl next door
I never thought I'd fall
for the girl next door
Every time I see her
I'm gonna do my thing
Every time I see her
I'm gonna do my thing
Every time I see her
I'm gonna do my thing
(upbeat oldies music)
- You'll attack
today, at nightfall.
(dogs panting)
- We must be ready tonight.
Nothing can sneak by us.
- Okay, okay.
- Hmm.
It's sleeping.
(playful sneaky music)
(playful ominous music)
- Wow, you're a coati,
just like Mr. Daleone said.
Ha, you got the tickles, too.
Come on, get up.
Don't be afraid.
I'm Tommy.
And you?
We better go.
My dad doesn't want
me to come in here.
Hey, what are you doing?
Aw, don't be scared,
little coati.
It's just a machine.
They use it to cut down
trees, but it's off now.
Don't be scared, it's harmless.
Come on, come on, little coati.
Come up here, let me show you.
This is the wheel,
this is a lever.
Hmm, not sure what this is for.
I think this is for the shovel.
I think this button
starts the motor.
(machine humming)
Oh no, I can't believe
I just did that.
How do I switch it off?
- What's going on in here?
- What's happening?
What's happening?
- Good luck, buddy.
I'm out of here.
- [Dog] What's happening?
- My dad is gonna kill me.
(machine humming)
(playful music)
I don't, I don't know.
- [Daleone] I told you this
wasn't a place for children,
but you ignored me.
- [Dad] Of course I
listened, Mr. Daleone.
It's just...
I couldn't leave my
son back in the city.
I couldn't leave him alone.
- [Daleone] You could've
sent him to a friend.
- [Dad] Tommy has trouble
adjusting to new environments.
- [Daleone] A
mischievous little boy,
and you bring him
him, on my property.
Are you aware of the
disaster he caused?
- [Dad] He's a
child, Mr. Daleone.
He didn't mean it.
- [Daleone] This is a business.
And if your son can't behave
appropriately, he's out.
We can't afford any mishaps.
We're already behind schedule.
- Hmm, I don't like
that look, Kee.
- Are you gonna tell
me what happened?
- I know how to destroy
the monster, Kee.
- You do?
How would you do that, Koo?
- I have a plan.
I know how to defeat
the monster now.
- What is the plan?
- Its reign over
this jungle is over.
You'll see.
You just have to trust me, Kee.
- That's not fair.
Fine, Koo.
I trust you.
- Great.
I knew you would, Kee.
Let's go.
- I hope he knows
what he's doing.
- I got my eye on you, coati.
- [Dad] Tommy?
Are you awake?
- [Game] Do you
want to play again?
Do you want to play again?
Do you want to play again?
Do you want to play again?
Do you want to play again?
Do you want to play again?
- [Dad] I should spend
more time with him.
Oh boy, when was the
last time I built a kite?
How did it go?
Let me see.
Okay, first the
frame, very tight.
There, not bad.
Not bad at all.
- [Tommy] Whoa Dad, a kite.
- [Dad] Your grandpa
taught me how to fly them.
He knew all the secrets.
You have to pay
attention to the wind.
The wind is blowing
from that direction,
so we'll pull to the other side.
See how it's done?
- Yes, yes, yes.
It's super cool, Dad.
Can I try?
- [Dad] When I was your
age, I was an expert.
Watch this.
That was pretty good, wasn't it?
(phone ringing)
But remember, hold
it very tight.
Here you go.
- [Tommy] Great.
Thanks, Dad.
- [Dad] Hello?
- Come on.
Come on.
Come on, come this way.
Hey, what are you doing here?
No, no, no, no, no.
Not that way.
Oh, oh wait.
Oh no.
I lost the kite my dad made me.
It flew into the jungle.
Oh no.
(gentle piano music)
What are you trying to tell me?
- Come.
Come with me.
I wanna show you my world.
Come on.
- I'm coming, little coati.
Wait for me.
(inspirational orchestral music)
- Don't worry.
Oh, Kee.
He's just making new friends.
- [Kee] I don't care.
He doesn't understand
anything, anyway.
(inspirational orchestral music)
- You don't like it?
It's called cereal.
That's a bowl of
milk and cereal.
(motor humming)
I'll be right back.
Don't move.
- Ooh, yum.
It's delicious.
- Is it?
- Oh yes.
Go ahead, try it.
- I don't know if I should.
- Of course you should.
It's delicious, alright.
Try some.
- [Dad] How could you
disobey my orders?
- Dad.
- [Man] Mr. Sebastian...
But Mr. Daleone said--
- [Dad] You have to
follow my orders.
- Dad, Dad!
- Not now, Tommy, not now.
- It's just that--
- Tommy.
Wait for me in the truck.
- [Man] He told us to take
the machinery out there.
- He is always busy.
Come, let's go play.
- [Koo] See you later.
- Let's see.
The map points very
clearly to this spot.
- Mr. Daleone, are you sure
Mr. Sebastian approved of this?
- Mr. Sebastian is an
employee, as are you.
- But Mr. Daleone, I--
- Neither you nor Mr.
Sebastian should think.
- [Man] Alright sir,
whatever you say.
- What a beautiful day.
- I just love our jungle, Mom.
- It's the best
place in the world.
Listen to all the
magical sounds.
Can you hear the river?
- Yes, I can hear it.
- I think I hear
the parrots calling
in the mahogany trees.
I can hear the spider monkeys
telling stories to their young.
- Boss?
- What do you want now?
- You're sure we should do this?
- I already told you, yes.
- You think it's going to work?
- I'm counting on it.
(distant exploding)
- Hmm, I don't recognize
that loud rumble.
What kind of animal
could've made that sound?
- It's not an animal.
Run, Mom, run!
- Danny?
Where did you go?
Come back!
Danny, come back!
Sweetheart, where are you?
Answer me!
(fires crackling)
(ominous music)
- Okay, little coati,
let me show you.
This is how you turn it on.
And if you press this button,
you can see what my
dad is working on.
- [Announcer] A whole new way
of enjoying the pristine
nature of the jungle.
Experience a new luxury resort,
unmatched by any other
accommodations in the world.
Enjoy sauna, swimming
pool, volleyball,
football, and tennis
courts, and a full casino.
- Oh no, little coati.
I promise you,
my dad will never allow
this to happen to your home.
- [Dad] Tommy, how many
times do I have to tell you
not to play with my computer?
- But Dad, the jungle.
- [Dad] Are you listening to me?
- Yes, Dad, but you're
not listening to me.
- Tommy, I know I'm not
spending enough time with you.
But there's a lot going on,
and I'm trying my
best to make it work.
When this is over,
we'll go back home.
I promise.
- Dad--
- Promise me you'll behave.
- Okay, Dad, I will.
- So it's a promise?
- Yeah, it's a promise.
- Very well.
And I promise
everything will be okay.
- [Tommy] It's a deal.
- [Dad] That's my boy.
(phone ringing)
Ah, finally some good news.
Sure, I'm on my way.
- What's going on, Dad?
- I have a present
for you, Tommy,
something you can
take back to the city.
- Koo, Koo, she's missing.
Something is wrong.
We have to find her.
- Calm down, Kee.
Calm down.
Take a deep breath.
Who's missing?
- It's Danny, the baby deer.
She's missing.
We need to find her
before it's too late.
Follow me.
(distant exploding)
- Danny?
- Danny!
- Danny sweetheart,
where are you?
- [Koo] Kee, what happened here?
- The rainforest is burning
all because of those monsters.
- Not all of them are monsters.
I met many who were different.
At least I think it
was me who met them.
Or it was my dad,
I can't remember.
- The turtle is right.
Not all of them are monsters.
My friend Tommy, he's good.
- Ah, he's nothing but a puppy.
Listen, little coati.
And he has no idea
of what's going on.
- He might be just a puppy,
Avartai, but he's good.
- A puppy that will grow
into a man, a monster.
- Tommy is not a monster.
I know he'll help
keep the jungle safe.
- Hello there.
Are you looking for
a lost little deer?
- Yes, my Danny is missing.
Have you seen her?
Where is she?
(animals calling for Danny)
(machine rumbling)
Please, has somebody
seen my baby?
Oh no, Danny!
- [Dad] Hey Tommy, come on down.
- Oh no.
- I wanna show you something.
- Good morning, Mr. Sebastian.
- There, Tommy, check it out.
That's the surprise
I told you about.
- It cannot be.
- But it is.
It was your job to stop the
monster, not to make friends.
- He's not my friend.
He never was.
- You betrayed us!
You handed our jungle
paradise to the monster.
- No, it's not true.
- What did you get in return?
To go with them to the city?
To live in comfort, eat
all the food you want?
You betrayed us!
- Enough, you troublesome bird.
- What you've been calling
the monster domesticated you.
- I think I'm gonna faint.
- Domesticated?
Say it isn't true.
- See, he's not denying it.
- Ah, that's enough, parrot.
- It's all my fault.
I was so stupid.
- Don't say that.
You were just trying to help.
- Go away, Kee.
Just go away.
I wanna be alone.
- No way, I'm here for you
whether you like it or not, Koo.
- It's all lost.
- It's not true!
- Yes, it is.
The monster won.
It's too late now.
- No, it's not too late.
We can fight.
We can still get
our jungle back.
I know we can, I just know it.
But we have to
stick together, Koo.
We have to do this together.
- What are you saying?
- What you always tell
me, that no matter what
when we fight for what
we want we can get it.
- You're right, Kee.
We have to do it together.
We have to unite.
We cannot give up our jungle.
We have to fight together!
- It's settled,
then, we'll fight.
And I'll be right
there alongside you.
- We can't do it alone.
- What are you
talking about, Koo?
- [Koo] I'm talking
about coming together--
- Coming together for what?
To get extinct?
- No.
To survive.
We have to come together
and fight together.
- What?
No, you can't fight the monster.
Yeah, you can't beat it.
Don't believe him!
- We're listening, coati.
- Thank you, Avartai.
Yes, it's true that the
monster seems invincible.
And yes, it's also true
that I've failed you.
But I also learned
from the monster.
I learned a lot of things.
I learned things that can
help us beat the monster
and save the rainforest.
We have to unite.
We have to do it together.
(jaguar growling)
That's a lot of us,
many more than they are.
They only problem is
that we're not united.
We cannot give up our jungle.
- That's right.
Let's band together and win!
- First flamingo
battalion, ready.
(dramatic music)
(birds squawking)
- Count us in, Narrat.
- Yes, tell us what
you need from us.
(inspirational orchestral music)
(motor rumbling)
- Uh, I have to go
to the bathroom.
- Can't you wait
a little longer?
- No, I can't.
I have to go right now.
- We're almost there.
Come on, buddy, just
a little longer.
We're almost there.
- No, I can't.
I have to go.
- Just a little longer, buddy.
Just a few minutes and
we'll get to the boat.
Yes, boss.
I'm getting out because
I'm losing reception.
- Come on, run!
Let's go find your mom!
(dramatic percussive music)
- The monster!
The monster is coming.
- Be ready, Kee.
(boat creaking)
(snake hissing)
- [Man] Hey, the river!
It's blocked!
- A torpedo?
(bird squawking)
Get those birds out of there.
- Now, otters.
- Now!
(playful dramatic music)
- Prepare yourselves.
Get those trunks ready.
Monkeys, attack.
Quickly, quickly.
- What's happening?
We're being attacked.
- Ready, set, fire.
(water splashing)
- [Daleone]
Sebastian, Sebastian!
- What?
What is it?
- Oh, look who's here.
Another trophy for my wall.
- Oh no, my dad is on that boat!
- Ready, set, fire!
- Here it comes.
Oh no, it didn't go off!
- What are we gonna do?
- We fight!
(dramatic music)
- Finally, you're mine.
You're not getting
away this time.
Another trophy for my wall.
- No, no, don't shoot him!
- [Daleone] You bothersome kid.
- Leave him alone!
- If this little pest
doesn't move, I'll--
- No!
Tommy, Run!
Stay away from my son!
- Dad, no!
(Tommy screaming)
(men struggling)
(torpedo exploding)
- Hey, it's raining otters.
- [Tommy] Help, help!
(Tommy screaming)
- [Kee] Koo, don't be afraid!
Wait for me.
I'm coming, Koo.
I'm coming.
Hold on tight, Koo, I'm coming!
- Little coati, you came!
I got you.
- I'm coming, Koo, I'm coming.
(dramatic music)
Hold on tight, Koo, I'm coming.
(waterfall rushing)
(gentle piano music)
- No.
(Tommy crying)
No, Dad.
Daddy, Daddy.
- Look, in the river.
- What is it?
What is it?
Dad, Dad.
Dad, are you alright?
- Tommy.
It's all over.
It's all over.
We'll be okay.
There, one tree planted,
a thousand more to go.
- Wow, Dad.
- Come on, guys, we've
got a lot of work to do.
- [Tommy] This is amazing.
(jaguar growling)
- What's gonna happen
now with the monster?
- I think it's time to
start calling them humans.
(gentle orchestral music)
(motor humming)
- Tommy!
(bright exotic music)
(singing in foreign language)
(gentle orchestral music)