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Brother Bear

"Long ago, as the warming earth shrugged off the final frigid embraces of the Ice Age, there were three brothers.

After a tragic bear attack takes the life of the oldest brother, impulsive Kenai kills the bear in revenge, only to be magically transformed into a bear himself. The middle brother Denami comes upon this bear and, thinking it killed Kenai, vows his own revenge.

Now brother hunts brother and Kenai's only hope for survival is to befriend his own worst enemy, a grizzly cub named Koda. In the end Koda truly transforms Kenai by showing him the real meaning of brotherhood." --Animated Movies

see also: Brother Bear II
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Now I realize why I wanted to watch Home on the Range over Brother Bear way back during the twilight of Disney's hand drawn animation legacy. And I do believe...
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WARNING: THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS I decided to get this on DVD. I'd read some pretty detailed info on it, seen a couple of images and decided to see it...
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WARNING: This review may contain spoilers Brother Bear is one of the most underrated Disney films I have ever seen (not on this site but regarding the public). There are a few...
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Some people have a knee jerk reaction to any film (especially animated ones) with any sort of environmental or nature friendly message. Well, Bambi has a pretty liberal spin, and...
Created by: Disney
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Joaquin Phoenix ... Kenai
Jeremy Suarez ... Koda
Rick Moranis ... Tuke
Dave Thomas ... Rutt
Joan Copeland ... Tanana
Michael Clarke Duncan ... Tug
Jason Raize ... Denahi
D.B. Sweeney ... Sitka
Directed by: Aaron Blaise and Bob Walker
Produced by: Chuck Williams
Executive Producers: Chuck Williams
Musical Score by: Phil Collins and Mark Mancina
Writing Credits: Tab Murphy, Ron J. Friedman, Steve Bencich, Broose Johnson, David Hoselton and Lorne Cameron

To create a stronger tie-in between the movie, "Brother Bear," and Disneyland California Adventures attraction, "Redwood Creek Challenge Trail", the mountain where all the movie's characters live was changed fairly late in the production of the film from a peak typical of British Columbia or Washington State to that of the Anaheim attraction's own "Grizzly Peak." To learn more, check out the article Grin and Bear It about midway down the page.

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