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Open Season

A movie directed by Anthony Stacchi, Jill Culton, and Roger Allers

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Fun Family Film

  • Feb 13, 2007
`Open Season' does more than provide some oddball critters from "the wild". With some spirited mischief and a fun-filled adventure, the film should be in sight for every family. We are introduced to Boog (Martin Lawrence), a huge grizzly bear, whose domestication makes him spoiled for handouts. Besides being a well-fed pet, his forest ranger owner, Beth (Debra Messing) keeps him young and harmless with her tender loving care. His world changes when he meets another misfit animal, Elliot (Ashton Kutcher) whose high-strung nuerosis is solidified when he wakes up after being stunned when he was run over accidentally and tied to a truck. That hunter, Shaw (Gary Sinise) however, may be a little more over the edge with a paranoid obsession with animals. Acting like he has lived through Hitchcock's 'The Birds,' he becomes obsessed with shooting Elliot, whose connection to the animal kingdom he regards as conspiracy-like.

With some crude potty humor and an animal survival war with ammunition that shouldn't be missed, `Open Season' presents a time for wide open laughs. There are tender moments and good songs as well that don't spoil the adventure and give the trek some needed variety. Included are an RV couple just about as loopy as animal lovers as the hunter is maniacal. (Georgia Engel of `MTM' fame does the voice of wife Bobbie.) The animation has some high definition that bring the forest and some chase scenes to life. For a loopy treat, `Open Season' hit's the target.

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review by . August 09, 2010
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review by . July 12, 2010
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Quick Tip by . May 31, 2010
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review by . December 08, 2008
This movie is loads of fun. We purchased this movie and watched it with our kids. We were all laughing the whole time. This is one of the best kid's movies of all time. I laughed so long that my face was sore. Kids and adults both can appreciate this movie. If your kids haven't seen it yet I am sure they would love it for Christmas.
review by . November 01, 2008
Another kiddy cartoon   About animals gone wild   But this time it's a grizzly bear   To entertain your child     Beth found Boog when he was young   And raised him as her own   He spends his days in her garage   Now that he's fully grown     One day he meets a stubborn deer   Who's like "Donkey" from Shrek   He's tied across a truck bonnet   Until Boog saves his neck …
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Director: Anthony Stacchi
Genre: Family
Release Date: September 29, 2006
MPAA Rating: PG
DVD Release Date: January 30, 2007
Runtime: 1hr 26min
Studio: Sony Pictures
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