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Brother Bear [Import]

4.0 out of 5 stars 104 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: Joaquin Phoenix, Jeremy Suarez, Rick Moranis, Jason Raize, Dave Thomas
  • Directors: Aaron Blaise, Robert Walker
  • Writers: Aurian Redson, Brian Pimental, Broose Johnson, Chris Williams, David Hoselton
  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Buena Vista Home Video
  • VHS Release Date: March 30 2004
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 104 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00016JF2W
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Product Description

Special Features

Three Viewing Options: Family Friendly Aspect Ratio 1.66:1; Original Theatrical Aspect Ratio 2.35:1; "Rutt & Tuke's Commentary" -- Watch Along With The Hilarious Moose From The Film|Fully Animated Outtakes -- Exclusive To The DVD!|Deleted Scenes -- Including A Funny New Character|2 Exciting Games Featuring Your Favorite Animals From The Film|All-New Song By Phil Collins, "Fishing Song"|Paths Of Discovery: The Making Of BROTHER BEAR|"Look Through My Eyes" Music Video Featuring Phil Collins|And Much More! --This text refers to the DVD edition.

Customer Reviews

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Format: DVD
I saw the trailers for Brother Bear when it was in theatres and didn't really think much about it, until it got the Academy Award Nomination for Best Animated Feature, then I said to myself that this could be good, and guess what...it is!
Brother Bear is about Kenai (Joaquin Phoenix), a young Native boy who takes revenge on the bear who killed his older brother. When his brother's spirit sees what he's doing, he changes Kenai into a Bear to make him see through the animals point-of-view.
AMAZING! I was really impressed at how well done this movie is. I have to admit that this is one of my favorite animated films to date. The music by Phil Collins and (surprise!) Tina Turner are great! The score really stands out too, especially during the exciting transformation scene. Though, not as much music as my second favorite animated film, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, this one still delivers and music placement is put in where music is needed. The story is a bit strong and there are some scary scenes that may frighten little children, but other than that, the kids will forget about it when the two hilarious Moose, Rutt and Tuke, arrive on-screen (voiced wonderfully by Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas). The Animation mixed in with a few CGI's are fantastic! as is the detail and the usage of the widescreen scope is used to the fullest extent. I was reading around and one reviewer said that this is a collaboration of all of the Disney themes, such as family in 'The Lion King', the transformation of 'The Little Mermaid', the Natives in 'Pocahontas' and the collaboration of Phil Collins again, just like in 'Tarzan'. I do agree with this and found it incredibly interesting that there are similarities which I welcome to with open arms.
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Format: DVD
We saw this movie 5 times at the theater and countless times on DVD and still our whole family LOVES it!!!!!!! This is a Lion King style movie...The sound track is fantastic! The visuals are stunningly beautiful! The story is great with a wonderful message for people of all ages! A lot more young kid friendly than Nemo. My 3 year old daughter hated Finding Nemo because it went from one terrifying, violent moment to another, but Brother Bear she loves. While it has some scary violence in it, those moments are broken up with comic relief, songs and meaningful story progression. Like Lion King and Finding Nemo, the topic of death plays a role, but in the end, it is shown that those loved ones who were lost are still forever watching over the ones they left behind. This is a wonderful story of forgiveness, tolerance of those different than you and the importance of taking responsibility for those you have hurt and working to heal. This is what a Disney movie should be!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Format: DVD
I borrowed this movie from a friend with kids and thought "Ah, what the heck?" I am so glad that I borrowed it and I'm off to buy my own copy.
Brother Bear is the coming of age story of three brothers. The youngest is supposed to find love before he can become a man...and learn the meaning of the word. He wants strength and honor, not love. In order to teach him a lesson the spirit of his older brother turns him into a bear. He sees things from a different perspective and learns to love. The characters in the movie are what make this predictable tale so great. Rick Moranis is the voice of one moose. It's almost like the moose came straight out of Strange Brew. Very funny!
Definitely watch this...even if you don't have kids.
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Format: VHS Tape
FROM THE MOMENT YOU ENTER INTO THE REALM OF "BROTHER BEAR", YOU CAN SEE AND FEEL ALL THE MAGICAL SPIRITS SURROUNDING THIS MOST ENCHANTING STORY. SET IN PREHISTORIC TIMES IN THE GREAT MORTHWEST, THE TALE EVOLVES AROUND THREE NOT SO ALWAYS GET ALONG BROTHERS. THE OLDEST IS SITKA (D.B. SWEENEY) WHO IS THE LEADER AND GUIDES THE OTHER TWO. THE NEXT IS DENAHI (JASON RAIZE), THE TROUBLE MAKER TO HIS YOUNGER BROTHER, KENAI (JOAQUIN PHOENIX) WHO LONGS TO BE A MAN! SITKA HAS RECIEVED THE TOTEM "THE EAGLE OF GUIDANCE", DENAHI RECIEVED HIS FOR "WISDOM." AND KENAI HAS JUST RECIEVED "THE BEAR OF LOVE"; ALL TOTEMS WERE GIVEN BY TANANA (JOAN COPELAND), THE NATURE ENTRANTRESS OF THE PEOPLE.
TROUBLE ENSUES WHENS THE FISH BASKET KENAI DID NOT TIE UP WELL IS TRASHED BY A GREAT GRIZZLY BEAR! BEFORE LONG THE THREE BROTHERS ARE AT BATTLE WITH THE GRIZZLY, ENDING TRAGICALLY THE LOSS OF SITKA. DETERMINED TO GET THE BEAR, KENAI GOES AFTER HIM AGAINST DENAHI'S HELP AND TANANA'S PLEA FOR HELP!
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT WILL TAKE YOU ON A MAGICAL JOURNEY AS YOU ENTER A TRANSFORMATION OF MAN AND BEAST WHERE YOU ARE TOUCHED BY THE LIVES OF DIFFERENT CREATURES INCLUDING A RASCALLY BLABBERMOUTHED LITTLE WILD BALL OF FUR NAMED KODA (JEREMY SUAREZ) AND TWO DUMB FOUNDED MOOSE RUTT (RICK MORANIS) AND TUKE (DAVE THOMAS) AND MANY OTHER WILD BEAR, SQUIRREL, AND MAMMOTH.
THE MAGIC IS REVEALED AS TWO SEPERATE BEINGS KENAI AND KODA, THROUGH MANY STUGGLES AND DISLIKES, GROW A MUTUAL BOND OF FRIENDSHIP AND LOVE, EVEN AGAINST THE ODDS OF HIS VENGEFUL BROTHER DENAHI WHO WANTS THE BEAR DEAD, NOT KNOWING THAT THE BEAR IS REALLY HIS LITTLE BROTHER KENAI.
IT ISN'T UNTIL THE TRANSFORMATION COMES AGAIN, THAT ALL IS REVEALED!
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