Open Season

Open Season

Boog, a domesticated 900lb. Grizzly bear finds himself stranded in the woods 3 days before Open Season. Forced to rely on Elliot, a fast-talking mule deer, the two form an unlikely friendship and must quickly rally other forest animals if they are to form a rag-tag army against the hunters.

Boog, a 900-pound grizzly bear, is content entertaining tourists and living in park ranger Beth's barn. One day, Boog finds that there's more to life than being the star attraction of a mountain town nature show when a fast-talking mule deer offers him a crash course in woodland living. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nilufer R (fr) wrote: It was a predictable cliche movie with no or very little interesting ideas or even conversations. It might just be inspiring to show that there is always hope for love, that's about it.

Javier E (it) wrote: La actriz porno Sunny Leone hace su debut en "bollywood" con esta cinta que es pobremente dirigida y torpemente editada. Este "thriller erotico" sobre una bella mujer que es contratada para espiar a un terrorista (que ademas es el amor de su vida) y que descubre que nada es lo que parece, dura demasiado y tiene actuaciones de risa (supuestamente involuntaria). Causo mucha controversia por lo "fuerte" de sus escenas eroticas, en las cuales solo hacen "dry humping". Se ve mas accion en cualquier pelicula de Cinema Golden Choice a las 10:00 PM. Pesima. (texto intencionalmente sin acentos).

Christopher H (us) wrote: "TiMER" delves past its Indie shortcomings and delivers an interesting and thorough science fiction, romantic comedy about a world where wristwatches embedded in your skin provide a countdown to the moment you will meet your soul mate. A highly entertaining concept, the film is able to provide twists without ever leaping too far over the top. Emma Caulfield carries herself well, rising above what a normal Indie actress would often muster for the role, while John Patrick Amedori and Desmond Harrington both step out of their regular roles and basically steal the show.

Thomas H (fr) wrote: I guess the basic plot could have ended up in something good with proper acting and an idea of what the hell they were doing with that movie. And that goes for everyone involved in it. There's so many subplots that go absolutely nowhere, and made out of every clichs they could come up with. Dead parents, check. Senile grandmother, check. Cartoonish young thug, check. Mentally challenged younger brother, check.

Jenifer M (ca) wrote: Not a movie for everyone and it was so hard to watch Woody Harrelson as a gay man he was not good for that part at all

Shawn M (ca) wrote: They have to fight the rebel forces of Banansistan? Even with poetic license that's a stretch.

Charles P (es) wrote: This formulaic sequel is not thrilling, not sexy, and goes from tedious to completely nonsensical by the time it's over.

John B (nl) wrote: Hmm...they have a trailer for the Abyss linked with this film. Tut tut! There was this movie called Titanic and this was an after shoot that very few people saw but it is really something. Like the best Discovery documentary on steriods.

Tatsuhito K (de) wrote: It could've gone very wrong. It's one of those cheesy, romantic movies where two people, who are meant for each other, fall in love, spend some time together, face conflicts, break up, make up, and a happy ending. It hits every melodramatic cliche you see in soap operas. You can't deal with it? Well, too bad. The reason why Say Anything... works is because you deeply care about the characters. Cusack and Skye play a very likable and naive teen couple who you can't help rooting for; you believe in everything they say, even when they are having very cliche moments. I love Cameron Crowe's writing style and this one is no exception. One of the things I love about Crowe films is that they are very optimistic. There is not a sense of cynicism in his movies, and in the end it makes you feel hopeful about life. Not many people can pull that off. Say Anything... is funny, heartfelt, and truly one of the greatest modern romcom/high-school movies of all time. Loved it and I had a smile on my face all the way through.

Ray J (ru) wrote: NOt as good as the original but still fun to watch.

Jake C (ru) wrote: Not as good as the kaiju movies, but this is one the better US made big creature movies.

Kermit C (kr) wrote: Interesting character study darkly delineated through lights and shadows to reflect the mood of the Max Thursday.

Angela H (br) wrote: A very creative tour of the Walt Disney studios. This is actually part of the "Walt Disney Treasures" collection.

James M (br) wrote: Absolutely love this film. It has fantastic visuals and a great plot. The character of Jim Hawkins is a change to the regular protagonist and the relationship between him and John Silver create some emotional sections of this overall brilliant and underrated Disney movie.