Tarzoon, la honte de la jungle (Shame of the Jungle) (Jungle Burger) (1975)
Critic Reviews for Tarzoon, la honte de la jungle (Shame of the Jungle) (Jungle Burger)
The viewer is soon left to drown in a wave of crassness while each animated participant grabs the nearest sex object and heads for the closest pile of leaves.
The animation is very nicely done but the wit ("You'd give Bufferin an upset stomach") is bland and exhausting.
Audience Reviews for Tarzoon, la honte de la jungle (Shame of the Jungle) (Jungle Burger)
Surreal and funny, Tarzoon could be disgusting to some people. Full of appellative sexual reference and gore, Picha's cinematographic adaptation of his character also present some unnecessary scenes, just go get a few cheap laughs. Anyway, the title personage become likable in his hilarious adventure, also replete of dark comedy, peace and dictatorial symbol and characters. Tarzoon, Shame of the Jungle could remember Ralph Bakshi's 1972 animated classic "Fritz The Cat". Picha's picture bring a chaming cast of comedians in the English dubbing and writting like: Christopher Guest, Brian Doyle-Murray, John Belushi and Bill Murray (dubbing), Michael O'Donoghue and Anne Beatts (writting). A sometimes boring, but passable adult-oriented animated film. Fresh.
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