Brother Bear 2 Reviews
The sequel to it is better than the previous one, but again could improve a bit. The film is obviously new blood, when Joaquin Phoenix has changed, Patrick Dempsey, and in between has been dropped Mandy Moore, which I do not have a lot of belong to all.
In addition, the plot has changed, and the screen appeared a couple of new acquaintances. Brother Bear 2 has improved obviously their level of the previous section. Areas for improvement would be yes, and the vibration levels could need sanding.
It's not one of the best Disney movies released, but it still provides satisfactory entertainment. During a sad scene, I even shed a single tear. There weren't any other tears because I didn't feel like crying.
very very short but the filmmakers decided to take the next big leap in the story
Kenai and Koda are brothers closer than any yet things get tricky when they run into an old friend of Kenai's when he was human, Nita
she's marrying a member of her village but the spirits of the Northern Lights say she cant do it unless she breaks the bond her and Kenai shared back when they were kids
Koda is starting to feel a bit neglected as well seeing as how Kenai might consider going back to his old life and abandoning him forever
the film's plot is extremely thin and it's just an excuse to show the characters get into all kinds of antics
the mooses are pointless but the real focus here is sort-of a love triangle between the 3 leads choosing true love over brotherly-love
the animation thank goodness isn't sucky and you are transported back into the wilderness with Koda and Kenai
this is more what the first movie should have done better
(Full review coming soon)
I am not much of a fan of animated sequels, even if they are straight-to-video ones. "Brother Bear 2" benefits from better than average animation on a cheaper budget. That helps somewhat. Ultimately, however, it pales in comparison to the original and is unneeded and unwanted.