"F-CK THE NEW 'JUMANJI,'" a critic tweeted while tagging The Rock. "Here's a spoiler: There is no way a character in a video game would lose a life, then be respawned still in possession of the item required to win. That's some bullsh-t. What you say, The Rock? Otherwise it was quite good."
"Actually my friend, in the Jumanji Lore Handbook, it clearly states in article 72 of section 7, that 'any character who loses a life, shall return to their original state with any item they possessed at the time of their demise,'" The Rock fired back. "So kindly go f-ck yourself, James."
It seems like the initial tweet blasting the movie was all in good fun, and the man who dared to hurl such a strong statement at the actor, who perfected Rock Bottoming 200-some pound pro wrestlers, is quite proud of himself.
THE ROCK IS THE GREATEST HUMAN https://t.co/6SiBbySiYC
"I mean thankfully we always have the trusted Jumanji handbook for the rules lol," Johnson added.
Despite some early backlash against the film when the first trailer came out last year, it has gone on to be a massive hit since hitting theaters in December. So far, "Jumanji" has grossed $771.2 million worldwide.