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A Ghanaian teen stars a trending Hollywood Christmas movie, Jingle Jangle

A Ghanaian teen stars a trending Hollywood Christmas movie, Jingle Jangle

A Ghanaian teen stars a trending Hollywood Christmas movie, Jingle Jangle

A Ghanaian teen, Diaana Babnicova stars in a new Hollywood Christmas movie dubbed: “Jingle Jangle: A Christmas journey.”

The movie which would be premiered and streamed on Netflix aims to cheer hearts and usher film watchers into the 2020 Christmas.

Diaana Babnicova in the movie played the role of Young Jessica, as a young girl she admired her father and the inventions he made for her.

As time goes by Jessica was estranged from her father. A string of bad luck leads to a falling out between father and daughter, so she left her father’s shop and refused to return.

She skillfully played her role and made the movie enjoyable.

Diaana Babnicova has featured in many other films which would be released in 2021 including Becoming Everything, Breathing 2 and many others.

Aside her being a Ghanaian actress the movie also featured a song from a Ghanaian Highlife musician, Bisa K’dei.

Jingle Jangle: a Christmas Journey was written and directed by David E. Talbert which tells a story of a once-brilliant toy inventor who had to rediscover his joy after suffering personal loss.

Forest Whitaker leads a cast comprised of established Hollywood talents and some total newcomers, including co-star Madalen Mills who is making her screen debut.

Diaana Babnicova has featured in many other films which would be released in 2021 including Becoming Everything, Breathing 2 and many others

About Jingle Jangle

Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey is available to stream on Netflix right now, following its release on Friday November 13.

The star-studded movie saw Academy Award-winner Forest Whitaker (Black Panther, The Last King of Scotland) playing toymaker Jeronicus Jangle, and comedian Keegan-Michael Key (Toy Story 4, The Lion King) playing his trusted apprentice, who steals his most prized creation.

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Newcomers Madalen Mills portrays Jeronicus’ inventive granddaughter Journey, while Phylicia Rashad (Creed, Empire) and Anika Noni Rose (The Princess and the Frog) also star as members of the Jangle family.

The film’s first trailer, released on Sunday October 4, gave first look at Downton Abbey’s Hugh Bonneville as banker Mr Delacroix and singer Ricky Martin (American Crime Story) as tiny matador toy Don Juan Diego.

Grammy award winning musician, John Legend was involved in the project as a producer.

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The story
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey is a musical adventure set in the festive town of Cobbleton, home to legendary toymaker Jeronicus Jangle (Whitaker).

When Jeronicus’ formerly loyal apprentice steals his most prized invention, it’s down to his bright and inventive granddaughter Journey (Mills) to “heal old wounds and reawaken the magic within” with a long-forgotten invention – a magical robot named Buddy.

American playwright David E. Talbert, best known for films First Sunday and El Camino Christmas, directed the festive movie, which featured original songs by John Legend, Bruno Mars’ collaborator Philip Lawrence and music producer Davy Nathan as well as Ghanaian Highlife musician, Bisa K’dei.

A brand new song – This Day – from Usher and Kiana Lede was also featured in the film.

People who had opportunity to watch an aspect believed that it would difficult for watchers not to be charmed by the movie.

While the songs were seen as memorable and the script as rather basic, the message of hope and optimism it projected is undeniably heartwarming – especially after such a difficult year.

The story highlights a classic tale of a lonely figure whose heart was opened by the love of those around him and the magic of the festive season, in that sense, critiques said it was nothing that the world has not seen before.

However, it had good message to young children and created a clearer understanding while conveying an important moral lesson which make the movie unique and admirable.

The character of Journey Jangle (Madalen Mills) who was a young girl with a passion for maths and invention is believed to encourage kids to pursue anything they find fascinating, doing so through the medium of song.

Also the likes of Disney and Pixar have found a significant level of appeal across several age demographics, adults might not be too keen to come back to Jingle Jangle for repeat viewings.

Publishers Opinion

Other publications have come to similar conclusions on the film, with The Guardian praising its dance choreography and overwhelming positivity, but wishing that the lead character had more depth.

Meanwhile, Empire Magazine took issue with the pacing and some of the cliche story elements, but hailed the colourful production design and “enormously charming” cast.

Trailer for Jingle Jangle
Netflix released the first trailer for Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey on Sunday  October 4, teasing appearances by Hugh Bonneville, Anika Noni Rose and Ricky Martin in the film and new music from Usher.

A Ghanaian teen stars a trending

A Ghanaian teen stars a trending

A Ghanaian teen stars a trending

A Ghanaian teen stars a trending

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Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

An Entertainment Columnist, Content Writer, Blogger, Novelist, Poet, and a Publicist. For business or story tip off, contact me on +233 24 646 6866 or email: spotonnews.net@gmail.com