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Open SeasonBoog, a 900-pound grizzly bear, is content entertaining tourists and living in park ranger Beth's barn. One day, Boog finds that there's more to life than being the star attraction of a mountain town nature show when a fast-talking mule deer offers him a crash course in woodland living.Keywords:
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Directors of "Open Season"Roger AllersJill Culton
Creators of "Open Season"Steve BencichRon J. Friedman
Critic Reviews of "Open Season"Time OutOctober 14, 2006
I have to say that the humour here (some of it Pythonesque) is mostly spot on and, at times, mischievously dark.Ebert & RoeperOctober 02, 2006
It's just okay.Toronto StarSeptember 29, 2006
Now that we've made one of the best computer-generated talking-animal-on-an-odyssey movies in the brief but busy history of the genre, can we please, please move on?San Jose Mercury NewsSeptember 29, 2006
A little bit like Over the Hedge, and a lot like the upcoming Flushed Away, in which an animated house mouse is forced to fend for himself in the sewers of London, Open Season may sound a bit familiar, but it is never dull.San Francisco ChronicleSeptember 29, 2006
With animated movies coming out every other week or so, mediocrity is becoming a rule. Open Season loses more points than most films because of its similarities to Over the Hedge, one of the few kids films that did it right this year.Orlando SentinelSeptember 29, 2006
It's not deep and not totally original. But Open Season is whiplash quick with the gags and spot-on with the funny voices.Common Sense MediaJanuary 01, 2011
Animated animal buddy flick is crude but funny.ColeSmithey.comApril 25, 2009
Animated children's movies should not glamorize criminal activity and war, but that's exactly what happens in "Open Season"...Reel.comJuly 28, 2007
Despite inconsistencies in audience and humor, there's enough to like about Open Season.Film Journal InternationalMarch 01, 2007
[A] beautifully animated and funny, if formulaic, odd-couple comedy.Urban CinefileNovember 24, 2006
The animation is pleasing and Billy Connolly gives a hilarious turn as a loud-mouthed, bossy squirrel, who has never heard the notion that size intimidatesSA Movie & DVD MagazineNovember 24, 2006
Decidedly average . . .
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