Tarzan & Jane Reviews
(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)
Jane and Tarzan have reached their one year wedding anniversary and Jane wants to think of something creative she can do for her husband. She thinks of the regular things, like going out for singing and dancing, but each direction tells a tale of an adventure they experienced together over the last year, and none of the adventures likely need to be brought up again in front of Tarzan. Can Jane come up with something special to do with Tarzan, and what exactly happened between Tarzan and Jane that apply to dancing and going out to eat?
"You have deprived England of the finest woman in the empire. Congratulations."
"Thank you. Now leave."
Steve Loter, director of episodes of Ren & Stimpy, Duckman, Clerks, Kim Possible, Happy Monster Band, and the American Dragon TV series, delivers Tarzan and Jane. The storyline for this picture is just okay and fairly disappointing. The animation style was also mediocre as were the voices selected for the characters.
"Today he is wearing pants."
Tarzan & Jane is a movie I grabbed off Netflix to watch with my daughter. It was just okay and despite having animals, only barely kept her attention. She did watch the majority of the film, and we both seemed to agree we were disappointed. Overall, this is worth watching once but I wouldn't add it to my child's DVD collection.
"Tarzan is not a science project. He's my husband."
(2002) Tarzan & Jane
All it is is three or four seperate Tarzan adventures interwoven together into as one which the set up has something to do with Jane figuring out with her Tarzan's favorite animals who is an ape named Terk and a pink elephant named Tantor about what to get Tarzan after being married together for an one year anniversary. They remnicent about some of those so-called adventures family friendly adaptions I`m assuming from Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs. At the end of the credits showcases four seperate stories "Flying Ace", "Tarzan & Jane", "British Invasion" and "Volcano Diamond Mine". Voices include Michael T. Weiss as Tarzan and Olivia d'Abo as Jane. More entertaining than "Tarzan 2" because it dwells more on Tarzan's adventures than on history and cheap laughs but it's still not better than say anything one can get from Hanna- Barbara or Chuck Jones Bugs Bunnny even Garfield etc...
2 out of 4