#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Kenai, still a bear and Koda strongly believe that they do not need any girl, just each other. Kenai dreams of Nita, a girl he had met and saved when he was very young. After giving her an amulet, and promising they’d be friends forever, Nita leaves for her home and Kenai never sees her again. We then see Nita, now grown up, beautiful and preparing her her wedding. However, the ancestors are not pleased, as Nita is already tied to Kenai. The only way for Nita to break their bond and be happily married is to journey to the very place where Kenai gave her the amulet and burn it together. As Kenai, Nita and Koda journey to the place together, Koda cannot help but feel worried that Kenai might abandon him altogether for Nita. Will Nita break the bond she shares with Kenai and marry another? Will Koda be abandoned by his big brother?
Plot: Kenai finds his childhood human friend Nita and the two embark on a journey to burn the amulet he gave to her before he was a bear, much to Koda’s dismay.
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It works, but just bearly.
Let me just make this clear from the start: I love the original Brother Bear, but as a rule I despise direct-to-video sequels (there are exceptions though). To put it simply… I went into this not expecting much, but I wished I was wrong. And I’ll warn you… if you don’t like being sequels being reviewed solely compared to the original, you probably won’t like my review.
Story: I’ve read reviews saying that the original’s basic story was copied from other movies… I never saw that. This, however, is your general “we think there’s a writers strike on right now” copied story. Not a blatant rip-off of anything in particular, but its been done before.
Writing: To be honest, this probably disappointed me the most. While the original was deep and meaningful (or at least as can be for whats supposed to be a kids movie), this relies on a lot of cheap humour, particularly at the start. It levels off, but it never reaches the quality what was in the original. I’m probably one of the few who don’t like Rutt and Tuke, although they didn’t seem as bad this time around (probably because they had less time on screen and more to do, so less time to waste).
Art/Animation: This was probably the part which disappointed me the least. While it’s more than adequate (its pretty good) it just doesn’t have the same flair as the original did (or some of the fancier effects). Other than that, no major complaints.
Acting: With most of the returning characters are voiced by their original actors, Kenai’s recasting stands out. Don’t get me wrong, its not too bad… it’s just not the same. Everyone else does a decent job though.
Music: Obviously no Phil Collins music this time around. I’m not quite sure who does the music in this (nobody immediately recognisable) and while the music is appropriate and fits in well, there’s nothing memorable like “No Way Out” was for me.
Closing comments: It might not sound like much, but this movie ends up to be more than the sum of its parts (not much though). I don’t accept it as a sequel up to the standards of the original Brother Bear, by its own merits, it’s a decent movie. I do think it’s worth buying, but I’d have no problem recommending it as a rental (especially if you’re a fan of the original). Just don’t go in expecting too much, and you won’t be disappointed.
Excellent family film especially with young children
Disney outperformed itself in this sequel to “Brother Bear”.
Most sequels for movies for family viewing usually lack in most departments, but Disney really put the effort into this one.
While the other “User Comment” covers the story line it missed in extolling the virtues of the movie. Some “Brother Bear 2” finer points are:
1. A solid first rate script for a family sequel–bonus points here.
2. A first rate song selection with two new songs from Melissa Etheridge. Her two songs, “Just Feels Like Home” and “It will be Me” are excellent. “It will be Me” is my favorite, and now one or my all time favorites due to its guitar/orchestral music and touching lyrics.
3. The return of the original cast–continuity is important for children. (Many actors deplore ‘going back’ and covering old ground–actors should consider the benefits and character-building these young minds derive from the casts’s continued efforts in such sequels.)
4. The simple illustration of friendship, loyalty, and self-sacrifice–the storyline easily shows the family the importance of keeping these qualities.
If Disney writes another sequel on this Brother Bear theme and keeps the same higher quality, they should find it as well received and loved. While older kids may find the Brother Bear series story lines a bit slow to build, the younger children enjoy its pace, score, storyline, and characters. Brother Bear 2 is very “age appropriate” for their ‘under’ 8-year-old developing minds.
My young son loves both “Brother Bear” and “Brother Bear 2” as much as other age appropriate animated movies for the younger children such as “Cars”, “Ice Age”, & “Monster’s Inc”.
“Brother Bear 2” is a solid ‘9 out of 10’ for its hitting the mark for the family with younger children.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 10 min (70 min) (Sweden), 1 hr 14 min (74 min) (Canada)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy, Romance
Director Ben Gluck
Writer Rich Burns (screenplay), Ben Gluck (additional screenplay)
Actors Patrick Dempsey, Mandy Moore, Jeremy Suarez, Rick Moranis
Awards 2 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Film Length N/A
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Printed Film Format N/A