Brother Bear (Two-Disc Special Edition)
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For those of you who don't know what the movie is about, it is a coming of age movie about a boy who becomes a man by becoming a bear. Beyond that, it is about breaking stereotypes, and developing a respect for life. It is about dealing with anger and loss. The emotional intensity of this movie is much more similar to Lilo and Stitch or Finding Nemo, than it is to older hand animated movies such as Aladdin or The Little Mermaid. My four year old is very sensitive and had to be held at several points during the movie. But my six year old loved it, and learned some valuable lessons as well.
If I had anything negative to say, it would be that the music is not as memorable as I would have liked. I wish that they had asked Sir Elton John to contribute to the music for the picture. I like Phil Collins, but the music is too reminiscent of Tarzan for me. Still, it's not enough of a negative in this movie to make me change my rating.
Overall, I think that if they made more hand animated movies like this, they could continue to put them out forever. CGI is nice, but part of what makes Pixar movies memorable is the care given to the plot. This movie will probably be one of the great animated sleeper movies of all time--definitely can't wait to own it on DVD as well.
Somehow it comes together better than most. The quality of the animation is excellent, the characterizations clearer, the funny bits genuinely funny (my favorite bit was the mooses' penchant for doing yoga poses). Moreover, the ending was a bit less trite than is sometimes the case.
Disney true-blue fans will definitely want to see it, but even if you usually have a low tolerance for Disney stories, give this one a look.
Make sure you stay until all the credits have run, there's one last "outtake" at the very very end of the movie. Most of the audience had walked out, and missed it.
The Oh Family
People should really enjoy this tale of brotherly love! Koda and Kenai are really endearing; and their relationship really tugs at the heart. The two moose are hilarious!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I don't care for the double letter boxing for the first 24 minutes. In fact, i headed to Blu-ray.com to double check that something wasn't wrong with my Blu-ray. Read morePublished 24 days ago by E. Bluebaugh
I love Disney and really wanted to like this. Plainly put, it just wasn't a good movie. There was no really substance to the story line and not particularly interesting for myself... Read morePublished 24 days ago by MHM
If you never seen Brother Bear it's definitely a fantastic family friendly animated movie! Our family including my daughters ages 4 & 7 really enjoyed it!Published 29 days ago by Katrina L Medrano
I was browsing Amazon for kid movies and stumbled upon this gem. We have watched both of them and enjoyed them equally. Great story line as usual from Disney. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul M. Frasca
Great movie that my kids have loved. We own it on VHS so ordered to watch. The quality of this movie was very poor with sound cutting in and out.Published 2 months ago by Brenda Smith
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