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Brother Bear
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Jason Raize Jason Raize
Denahi
D.B. Sweeney D.B. Sweeney
Sitka
Joan Copeland Joan Copeland
Tanana
Michael Clarke Duncan Michael Clarke Duncan
Tug (voice)


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Tab Murphy Tab Murphy
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Lorne Cameron Lorne Cameron
(screenplay)


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8 years, 1 month ago at Mar 22 15:25
1 vote
When I saw the production of this film stated, I pretty much threw up in my mouth. Unclear why but I just hated the thought of it.

I did go through a phase where after Lion King was released that I hate all of Disney films. Pocahontas, Tarzan, Hercules, Mulan, This! I never gave a chance. I did though.

The film was delightfully sentimental. The young tribesman and his... read more

McKenzie moose? Now you got my attention.

3 years ago at Apr 22 16:47
1 vote
For decades, the Walt Disney Company made a whole bunch of animated movies for their Animated Canon. Some of them, like Beauty and the Beast, are timeless classics. Others, like The Black Cauldron, are pitiful additions to the Canon. And then there's those that fly under the radar; that last category not only applies to Oliver & Company, but also to Brother Bear.

At first, I, like t... read more

Brother Bear

4 months, 1 week ago at Dec 23 5:01
1 vote
I cannot muster up much in any direction regarding Brother Bear. The story is assembled from various disparate parts of prior Disney films, and it continues the Post-Renaissance tradition of indifference. Many of these films feel like they’re the product of too much group-think and studio interference, beating out much of the scope, originality, and ambition along the way.   We’re a long w... read more
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Long ago, as the Earth was emerging from the Ice Age, there were three brothers. After a bear takes the life of the oldest brother, impulsive youngest brother Kenai kills the bear in revenge, only to be transformed into a bear himself. Denahi, the middle brother, comes upon this bear and, thinking it killed Kenai, vows revenge. Now brother hunts brother and Kenai's only hope for survival is to befriend his own worst enemy, a grizzly cub named Koda. Koda main goal is to show Kenai the real meaning of brotherhood.
Release date: 1 November 2003
UPC: 786936224023
Tags: Animation (28), Disney (16), Comedy (10), 2003 (9), Fantasy (9), Family (8), Animated (7), Bear (6), 2000s (6), Death (5), Animals (5), Drama (5), Bear Cub (4), Kids (4), Spirit (4), Moose (4), Transformation (4), Native American (4), Cartoon (4), Magic (3)
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johanlefourbe posted a review 1 month, 3 weeks ago

An average movie

“This movie was one of the last flops delivered by Disney before they would drop their trademark hand-drawn animation style. In fact, I even saw this feature in the movie theater with my wife and the kids (in fact, I think it was the very first movie we saw in the movie theater all together). Anyway, it had been ages since I saw the damned thing so I was quite eager to check it out again. Well,  eventually, even though it didn’t get much love when it was released and even though it was indeed rather flawed, there was some elements that I really enjoyed about this flick. Obviously, the animation was quite gorgeous but, a part from that, it was in fact quite an interesting tale and something in fact much darker and much more dramatic than we have been used to get from those guys. Basically” read more


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