The end of Disney’s Jungle cruise, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Emily Blunt’s exotic river adventure, has as many twists and turns as the Amazon. In Jungle cruiseDr. Lily Houghton (Blunt), a botanist with shades of Indiana Jones, searches for the Tears of the Moon, a mythical tree with unparalleled healing powers. After an association of explorers denies Lily and her brother, McGregor (Jack Whitehall), access to an arrowhead that could help find the tree, Lily steals the artifact and the pair head to the Amazon in search of the tree. magic plant. There, they are led downstream by Frank Wolff (Johnson), who seeks the Tears of the Moon for his own reasons.
Lily, McGregor, and Frank face many adversaries on their journey to the Tears of the Moon. The film begins by featuring the 16th century Spanish conquistadors, led by Aguirre (Édgar Ramírez), who have been cursed after searching for the tree. Now, they will never be able to die or leave the Amazon River. Failure to see the river traps them in the stone and turns them into monsters. Also, the movie takes place during World War I, and a German aristocrat named Prince Joachim (Jesse Plemons) is also looking for the tree’s healing powers, hoping it will help win the war for Germany. For a time, the Germans even joined the Spanish in stopping Lily and her team.
But nevertheless Jungle cruise is based on a ride in a Disney theme park, the plot is complicated and raises many questions. For example, what is really going on with the Tears of the Moon and their healing powers? Also, what is the truth about Johnson’s mysterious Frank Wolff? The end of Jungle cruise It also leaves questions about where the movie’s sequels will go in the future. However, the ride at the Disney theme park may offer some answers.
What happens at the end of the jungle cruise?
At the end of Jungle cruise, Lily and Frank discover where Tears of the Moon is located, activating a device that drains part of the Amazon River and reveals a cave containing the tree. Unfortunately, Prince Joachim has captured Lily’s brother, forcing him to reveal the location of the tree. Frank, Lily, Joachim’s Germans, and the Spanish converge on the cave in hopes of getting the petals from the tree. After Lily and Frank discover a gem inside the arrowhead, they place it in a contraption that lets the Tears of the Moon bloom. However, the tree can only flourish under the blood moon, and it quickly withers, leaving Lily as the only one to grasp a non-withered petal. Eventually, McGregor kills Joachim and Frank blocks the river water, stopping the cursed conquerors and turning them to stone. However, in an earlier twist, Frank Wolff of The Rock revealed that he was also one of the conquerors. Therefore, it also turns to stone. Lily uses the petal to save the captain of her riverboat and free him from the curse, turning him back into a mortal person. Then it is rewarded, as a ray of moonlight makes another petal bloom.
McGregor appears in a scene at the end, denying an invitation to the Royal Society scouts and turning them down, as they once rudely rejected him and his sister. He points out that his sister is now a professor at Cambridge, hinting that Lily took the petal to London and has become famous for her efforts to rid the world of disease. During their adventure in the Amazon, Lily and Frank developed feelings for each other. The finale reveals the couple enjoying life together in London and ready to return in a Jungle cruise continuation.
What are the tears of the moon?
In Jungle cruise, Tears of the Moon is the name of a tree with healing magic petals. The petals of the tree supposedly cure any disease or break any curse. With such extraordinary powers, the tree is believed to be a myth. Despite this, Lily spends years of her life discovering its whereabouts, hoping that the tree could save millions of lives.
Adventurers can only find the tree with an ancient arrowhead, which the Royal Society scouts finally get. But, because the explorers do not take Lily’s research seriously or respect her as a woman, they deny her the opportunity to use it. So he takes things into his own hands, steals the arrowhead and heads for the Amazon. After seeing the arrowhead, Frank gives up his life leading jungle tourist cruises and makes sure to be the captain of the riverboat Lily is traveling with.
What is the truth about Frank Wolff?
Although Frank originally tells Lily that the Tears of the Moon are a myth, she discovers that he is behind the tree and the arrowhead. With the help of friends who live along the river, Frank even tries to fool Lily and McGregor into thinking that the cannibals captured them and that they have to give up the arrowhead to live. Although he tried to trick Lily into getting her out of the arrowhead, Frank seemingly gives up his life, piercing the heart with a sword to save Lily and prevent the cursed conquerors from obtaining the artifact. Although it appeared that he had died, Lily and McGregor soon discover that Frank is alive.
Frank reveals that he is one of Aguirre’s cursed conquerors who was forced to live along the river forever. He has been searching the river for hundreds of years for the Tears of the Moon, but he could never find them without the arrowhead. He wants to find the tree to lift his curse and to be able to die in peace. Although he never found the Tears of the Moon, he now knows the river inside and out. He’s even the cartographer who drew the map that Lily follows.
What is the truth about the cursed soldiers?
There is more to the history of the Spanish conquerors. According to Frank, Aguirre’s daughter fell ill hundreds of years ago, prompting him to go out in search of the Tears of the Moon. Frank, whose real name is Francisco, was one of the men searching for the villainous leader Aguirre. Unfortunately, many of the men died during the journey and all was lost until a tribe saved the men with petals from Tears of the Moon. However, the village chief did not tell Aguirre the location of the tree, and soon the Spanish conqueror was leading his men in an attack on the village. The conquerors were then tied to the river by the chief and cursed to live forever. Frank aided the villagers during the conqueror’s attack, becoming Aguirre’s enemy and fighting him forever along the river.
After years of fighting, Frank got tired of being attacked by the conquerors. So he devised a plan to trap Aguirre and his men, isolating them from the river. Since they could not see the river water, the conquerors turned to stone and turned into monsters made of the Amazonian fauna. They were later released by another Jungle cruise character, Prince Joachim, who recruits them to help him stop Lily.
What happens next on the Jungle Cruise?
The Rock is meeting with Disney about a sequel to the film, and there may already be some clues as to where it is going. As an inspiration for the film, Disney’s Jungle Cruise ride seems to hint at the future of the franchise. Weather Jungle cruise Taking place in the Amazon, the journey covers several rivers around the world, including the Mekong, the Nile, and the Congo. By focusing on the Amazon, Jungle cruise leave the other rivers as possible locations for future movies.
What does the end of the Jungle Cruise really mean?
Jungle cruise is a romantic comedy wrapped in a Indiana Jones-like an adventure. Among the themes is a message about selflessness and sharing adventures with others. After Frank selflessly sacrifices his chance for freedom to stop the conquerors, Lily also selflessly hands over the Tears of the Moon petal to save him. Lily is rewarded for her selflessness, getting one last petal to take to England and save others. Thanks to the couple’s self-sacrifice, they are free to book as many future jungle cruises together as they want.
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