Open Season 2 DVD Review
Your favorite characters from Open Season are back and ready to take on the pet world in their latest crazy adventure! Find out why Open Season 2 will have you rolling on the floor laughing.
Your favorite characters from Open Season are back and ready to take on the pet world in their latest crazy adventure! Elliot (voiced by Joel McHale) has fallen head over hooves in love with the lovely Giselle (Jane Krakowski) and has the best of intentions when he sets out to marry her. His trip down the alter hits a few snags along the way as Mr. Weenie (Cody Cameron) is kidnapped! Boog (voiced by Mike Epps), Elliot, McSquizzy, Buddy and the rest of the gang launch a rescue mission to save their sausage-shaped friend, only to find themselves in enemy territory: the world of pets.
Elliot is super excited, he has a new rack of antlers and he gets to marry the girl he loves, Giselle. Or at least that's the plan. As accident prone Elliot, minus one set of antlers, gets ready to marry Giselle, his ol' pal Mr. Weenie throws a wrench into his plans. Mr. Weenie, the dachshund who ran away from Bob and Bobby's RV to join his forest buddies in the first Open Season, finds himself helplessly gobbling a trail of irresistible doggie treats only to be captured! Elliot, with a small case of cold feet, uses the excuse of saving his friend to find Mr. Weenie and put his wedding plans on hold.
While his forest buddies come up with a plan to rescue their friend, Mr. Weenie is taken to a resort called “Pet Paradise”, where humans and their pets are pampered during their holidays. Unfortunately, Pet Paradise is ruled by the iron first of Fifi (Crispin Glover), the evil poodle. Fifi hates all things wild and has convinced his resort buddies that wild animals are the bad guys. With the evil Fifi plotting to rid their pal Mr. Weenie of any wild feelings, can the forest gang track down their friend and bring him back home?
If you liked the first Open Season, then you'll love Open Season 2. The actors who do the characters voices may have changed, but the goofy humor and big laughs make it easy to ignore the change. If you want a good movie to relax with some friends and laugh your guts out to, then this is your movie.
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