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  • Actors: Joel McHale, Mike Epps, Steve Schirripa, Sean Mullen (II), Crispin Glover
  • Directors: Matthew O'Callaghan, Todd Wilderman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 27, 2009
  • Run Time: 76 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001FTIJS0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,542 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Open Season 2" on IMDb

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Boog and Elliot are back for more crazy adventures. After falling head over hooves in love with Giselle, Elliot's road to the altar takes a slight detour when Mr. Weenie is kidnapped by a group of pampered pets determined to return him to his owners. Boog, Elliot, McSquizzy, Buddy and the rest of 
the woodland creatures launch a full-scale rescue mission for their sausage-shaped friend and soon find themselves in enemy camp: the world of the pets. Led by a toy poodle named Fifi, the pets do not plan to let Mr. Weenie go without a fight. Can a toy poodle REALLY bring down an 900-pound grizzly bear? Will Elliot ever marry Giselle? Find out in "Open Season 2."

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Commitment can be a scary concept, especially when it means "forever and ever." When Open Season concluded, Boog the bear and the domesticated dog Mr. Weenie had run off into the woods to join the wild animals and buck Elliot had become smitten with doe Giselle. Open Season 2 opens with a nervous Elliot and a beaming Giselle about to take their wedding nuptials, while Mr. Weenie is being enticed back to captivity by a trail of dog biscuits. Rationalizing that he's a good friend above all else, Elliot leaves Giselle at the altar and sets out to save Mr. Weenie. Boog, McSquizzy, Buddy, and the rest of the forest gang join Elliot on his quest, followed by Giselle who quickly proves invaluable to the team. New characters Roberto, Fifi, and a host of other domestic pets try to convince Mr. Weenie that sacrificing some freedom is a small price to pay for being loved, but in the end only Mr. Weenie can decide which is the right world for him. Likewise, Elliot must decide whether marriage entails more commitment than he can handle. Open Season 2 has some funny moments, but the plot is fairly weak and it's just not as good as the first movie. The kids that previewed the film found it entertaining, but preferred the original Open Season, and most parents will probably be just as happy skipping Open Season 2. Bonus features include 14-minutes of voice talent interview footage (with mostly new voice talent since few actors returned for this second film), 5 fairly basic DVD games, and a "how to draw" Boog, Elliot, and Fifi tutorial. There are also 3 storyboarded deleted scenes and Baha Men's "Who Let the Dogs Out" music video. (Ages 3 and older) --Tami Horiuchi


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Customer Reviews

My addvice, buy this DVD.
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My son loves this series of movies & watches them over & over.
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Our kids really liked this movie.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Steve Kuehl VINE VOICE on January 24, 2009
Format: Blu-ray
I had high hopes for this one as animation can look so pristine in BD, but I was in for a shock. Sony Animation was behind this, but it had the whole Cartoon Network look to it instead. The main voice talents from the first film did not come over,nor did any of the writing/production staff (and it shows).

The story is just ok, entailing friends helping and rescuing each other with plenty of adventure and rabbit abuse. One of the main characters is a dachshund so apparently the "wiener" humor is what passes for hilarity these days. While it has been playing in the store kids of all ages are entranced by it but the parents haven't been thrilled with the parts they have seen. The "..that lady pulled my wiener.." and "..my beautiful rack.." lines raise a few parent's eyebrows so it hasn't exactly been a hit like I had hoped.

The BD supplements are painful, including "deleted scenes" which were hand sketched and not worth the time. The "Weenie Arcade" has a horribly spliced "Who Let the Dogs Out" video by the Baha Men, a how to draw the animals tutorial, and a featurette about the faces behind the voices.

I loved Hoodwinked, even with that style of animation, and OS2 looks similar in nature (no pun meant) but is much less of a quality film. I have read where people say this an ideal family film, which nothing really offends me so I would watch it with my kids, but needless to say I lost a few rentals playing it in the store. And for a BD, not one of the memorable ones.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By G. Teslovich on February 24, 2009
Format: DVD
Aside from the trite story line and really cheap animation the real reason for watching this animation was going to be it's anticipated hilarious humor. So here's the humor count: Half chuckle 10 minutes into movie; another half chuckle around 23 and again 45 minutes. Fell asleep between 23 and 45 so there may be more. Story was resolved at about 65 minutes and the final 20 minutes was pointless filler. Suggestion: Stop at Open Season 1 if you want to be left with fond memories.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Bischoff on March 9, 2009
Format: DVD
I didn't have any expectations for this movie, but I liked the first one and wanted to buy this one as well. I was a bit disappointed in the story line and more disappointed that the original cast did not do the voices for this one. It has it's funny parts though. Not as good as Madagascar 2 but I'll keep it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By blackaciddevil on February 10, 2009
Format: DVD
Boog and Elliot and the cast of Open Season are back for another crazy adventure. In this one, Elliot plans to marry Giselle but the plans are cut short when he see Mr. Weenie get kidnapped. Boog, Elliot, McSquizzy, Buddy, Giselle and the rest of the gang launch a rescue mission to save their friend, only to find themselves in a war with pets.

Take heart, though, fellow Open Seasoners...there's been some changes made this time around. Gone are Martin Lawrence & Ashton Kutcher, in are Mike Epps & Joel McHale. Personally, I think they did a decent job at capturing Boog & Elliot's essence for this movie. Although, I missed Martin and Ashton's presence. They seemed to have a chemistry that showed in the original.

While I love this movie and recommend it to you, wholeheartedly; it still lacks that certain something to me that made the original so great. I'm going to be honest with you, above all, concerning my feelings for the movie. It's not a bad movie by any means. Everyone gives stellar performances. It's just something didn't click. Maybe that is why the movie was released straight to DVD and not theatrically.

At any rate, would I recommend you buy it still and add it to your collection? Most definitely.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Corn on August 31, 2010
Format: DVD
1. Doesn't have Martin Lawrence or Ashton Kutcher
2. Lots of sexual innuendos
3. Lame story
4. Dissapointing looking character models/animation (doesnt come close to the first)
dont waste your money.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Rene S. Hoepelman Jr. on June 10, 2009
Format: DVD
Not as good as the first one and not nearly up to par with any of the other current or past pixar films. Looks more like a cartoon then animation. Poorly written I dont even know what the story line is about....it just drags on and on and on. None of the original actors returned from the first one which I was not aware of till I popped this in the DVD.

Excellent movie to take a nap too but thats about it.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Coley B. Duncan, MD on November 20, 2010
Format: DVD
Open Season was a great movie. Open Season 2 was a real stinker. The animation was poor, but I could have forgiven that if it had been written well, but it was not. Instead it has an embarrassingly dumb story line. Did they really give someone money to write this script? Really?! It is not credits that roll at the end of this movie, but the list of perpetrators.
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If the first Open Season was a testament to how to create layered humor that would appeal to multiple age groups, then the sequel is a cautionary tale as to what not to do. I thoroughly enjoyed the original and eagerly went into part 2 with similar expectations, the first of which earned suspicion when I noticed the Columbia Pictures logo was absent on the sequel's DVD case (replaced with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment distribution). What this all means is direct-to-DVD territory.

I remained optimistic as; after all, Sony Pictures is no small-budget operation. The possibility remained that this would capture some of the charm of the original, even if budget cuts were inevitable. Conclusion after having invested $14 and 76-minutes: this one manages to do the impossible in undoing what was great about the first one.

Boog and Elliot are back again but voiced by different actors in a tale that sets up a reluctant Elliot altar-bound when Mr. Weenie is kidnapped by his former owners and group of pampered pets.

Boog, Elliot, McSquizzy, Buddy and Giselle launch a full-scale rescue mission for their sausage-shaped friend and soon find themselves in enemy camp: the world of domesticated pets. Led by a toy poodle named Fifi, the pets do not plan to let Mr. Weenie return to the wild without a fight. And thus the action begins.

If, in the event this premise sounds intriguing to you, let me dash any such hopes from the onset by complaining about the simple fact that the character dynamic the first film so flawlessly established has been turned on its head here. Boog is no longer a formerly domesticated bear struggling to find his way in the wild, he's a cliché sidekick and little more.
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