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This week's reviewed movie is:
Open Season




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Open Season is a computer animated kid's movie with a chatty, lovable bear and lots of fun critters doing all sorts of outrageous things to each other, but at the end, being all good friends.

It's neither the best or the worst I've seen and not a terribly inventive plot, but most families should find it an easy way to keep the kids entertained.

Just for the kids.

Yes, it's another computer animated animal film, a kind of Madagascar meets Barnyard, as Boog the bear must fend for himself in the forest right outside his front door.

Laughs ensue as his new friend Elliot helps him in and out of trouble with hilarious results.

Great for kids but all too familiar for adults.

This animated movie is about a very active wild mule deer who tries to liberate a tame domesticated bear just a few days before hunting season begins.

The forest ranger who adopted the bear as a cub has to make a decision whether to put him back into the wild.

This is a comedy odd couple animal film trying to figure out how to survive in the wilderness during hunting season.

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