Open Season DVD Review
The forest gets even more wild when a pampered bear returns to his natural habitat. But it's not all fun and games when a hunter decides he can't wait until hunting season before she starts shooting. Kidzworld reviews Open Season!
Open Season - Born Free
Boog (Martin Laurence) is a coddled grizzly living in a forest ranger's garage. When he meets a wacky deer named Elliot (Ashton Kutcher) - who bears a striking similarity to Donkey in Shrek - his life gets flipped upside down. After Beth, the forest ranger, returns Boog to the wild, he meets even more zany characters, including a feisty squirrel, an angry beaver and - worst of all - a determined hunter!
Open Season - Boyz in the Wood
Boog is determined to make it back to civilization but faces a crisis of conscience when he discovers that his friends are going to be in serious danger when hunting season begins. The animals team up to strike back at the hunters that are out to get them with pretty hilarious results, including one scene where ducks and skunks team up to spread their old-fashioned chemical warfare over the nasty hunters.
Open Season - DVD Features
If you're a fan of animated flicks, you're in for a real treat with the Open Season DVD. Not only is the movie hilarious, there are a ton of great extras that will keep you entertained for hours. From behind-the-scenes featurettes to an Open Season-style, interactive Wheel-of-Fortune game, this DVD has it all. You can also watch deleted scenes, spin through the photo gallery and check out a preview of the upcoming flick, Surf's Up!
Open Season - The Bottom Line
Although it's not a particularly original story, Open Season is a silly, feel good film. The animation is good, the jokes are a great blend of silly and gross and you're guaranteed to chuckle through most of the flick. The characters will be particularly endearing to younger viewers so it's a great show to take your younger sibs. However, don't forget to drag along your 'rents as well because everyone loves a good bear poo joke, right?
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