Space Jam 2 is an anti-nostalgia bomb for Michael Jordan fans

Like it or not, it’s time to close, right now. Welcome to Space Jam. As before.

To benefit Elmer Fudd fans everywhere, NBA superstar LeBron James has revived the classic Warner Bros. animated/live-action series. The main difference between the original and the sequel is that instead of actually, you know, going into space, our Looney Tunes heroes are trapped inside a graphical representation of the content server. Warner is buried deep under beautiful downtown Burbank.

This is where it gets confusing. Basically, the new one Space jam movies exist in a world where the old Space jam movies also exist. You can see this as one of the films that Warner executives invited LeBron to in the first part of the film. So if the first Space jam is a movie inside Space Jam 2 universe, so why didn’t LeBron James admit that he saw the movie? Why isn’t he excited about getting the Looney Tunes together to play a high-stakes game of basketball when he knows they’ve done this before and won?

Maybe I’m trying too hard to understand a children’s movie, but most kids-oriented movies (think Pixar) make sense and have complex plots, well-written scripts. What happened here? Why does the latest Space Jam make me feel Sad space?

In one new episode of Galaxy Brains, Jonah Ray and I starring actor, comedian, basketball fan and host Shadows sometimes lie podcast, Adam Pally. Adam brings his first experience of acting with cartoon characters, his keen storytelling ability, and intelligence to our understanding endeavors. Space Jam: New Legacy.

Adam: If this movie takes place in popular culture, then they know what’s going on. The logic was a bit wrong for me. It’s like half meta. If we had to believe that LeBron and his family had every social reference we know today in the real world, they would know that there was a movie out where this happened before. . So I feel like they missed a real moment to admit it. And then I feel like they missed a real moment that if the old Space Jam exists, why can’t we just watch Michael Jordan play LeBron? It’s time to do it.

Dave: Michael Jordan should be inside the server.

Adam: Yes, of course. That’s the debate we all want to see in the sequel.

Dave: Hear me out, Adam: You’ve been in Sonic the Hedgehog. Are you going to include Tails and Knuckles in a sequel you’re also in? It’s correct. You don’t put in the first one. You save them for the next section. So maybe Jordan versus LeBron will Space Jam 3.

Adam: They’re not going to make a sequel like this – you do one and then you wait 20 years.

Jonah: The sequel won’t even really be a Space Jam. It could be a Looney Tunes: Back in Action, like Looney Tunes in the real world.

Dave: Because Bugs now lives in the real world after death.

Adam: I really hate that part, to be honest. This movie blames the executives directly, which is to blame. I know they fired the director midway. Feeling like no one knows how to pull this out? So they just threw everything against the wall. And in doing so, it becomes unnecessarily messy.

Dave: Basketball makes no sense to me because it’s a video game. In the end, these are not real basketball rules. This is like an NBA Jam situation. And I understand why they do it. I understand that it’s like a cartoon world. But I’m also trying to understand what the movie is about the whole time.

Adam: I love it. I like NS Lego Movie Everyone’s vibes are personal and do different things. And so LeBron had to learn to play basketball in a different way. Right. By thinking of the most fun thing to do will help him win the game. And I think they finally got there. But I feel like it’s really messy. We don’t need all these weird villains like this.

Dave: And I really hate these monsters.

Adam: The Goon Squad made me uncomfortable.

https://www.polygon.com/2021/7/22/22589060/space-jam-2-lebron-vs-jordan-adam-pally-galaxy-brains-podcast | Space Jam 2 is an anti-nostalgia bomb for Michael Jordan fans

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