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Brother Bear [2003 animated film] (2003)

by Aaron Blaise (Director), Brian Pimental (Screenwriter), Robert Walker (Director)

Other authors: Michael Clark Duncan (Voice), Rick Moranis (Voice), Joaquin Phoenix (Voice), D. B. Sweeney (Voice), Dave Thomas (Voice)

Series: Disney Animated Canon (2003 - 44)

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A young Native American boy's father is killed by a mother bear protecting her cubs. With revenge on his mind, Kenoia sets out into the woods only to find himself magically transformed into the creature he hates most, a bear. Luckily, a bear cub befriends him and Kenoia sets out to become human again. Kenoia begins to see the world through the eyes of what was once his prey and is forced to learn a lesson about nature and life. In the meantime, Kenoia's brother hunts him on his own mission of revenge and honor.… (more)
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One of the weaker Disney movies in spite of gorgeous animation and a well-thought out story with a lovely message. It suffers hugely from the first 30 minutes being incredibly un-engaging, and then once it finally gets going, it's good but never quite reaches great. Still, it's amazing to look at, and has some memorable and touching moments. And (after the snoozeworthy first thirty minutes) it even has a good bit of humour and occasionally gets a genuine chuckle out of me. So to conclude, it's indeed weak for Disney, but their batting average is pretty high. ( )
  Lucky-Loki | Feb 17, 2018 |
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Author nameRoleType of authorWork?Status
Blaise, AaronDirectorprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Pimental, BrianScreenwritermain authorall editionsconfirmed
Walker, RobertDirectormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Duncan, Michael ClarkVoicesecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Moranis, RickVoicesecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Phoenix, JoaquinVoicesecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Sweeney, D. B.Voicesecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Thomas, DaveVoicesecondary authorall editionsconfirmed

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A young Native American boy's father is killed by a mother bear protecting her cubs. With revenge on his mind, Kenoia sets out into the woods only to find himself magically transformed into the creature he hates most, a bear. Luckily, a bear cub befriends him and Kenoia sets out to become human again. Kenoia begins to see the world through the eyes of what was once his prey and is forced to learn a lesson about nature and life. In the meantime, Kenoia's brother hunts him on his own mission of revenge and honor.

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