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Actors Dave Thomas and Rick Moranis (in character as Rutt and Tuke, respectively)
Rating:7.9/10 (13 votes) [
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Reviewed by Littlejerry 1.4 on July 26th, 2004
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I took my kids to see this movie in the theaters and I will say it was the first movie I actually fell asleep in. ON the other hand this commentary is genius.If you are a fan of Bob and Doug McKenzie you will love this commentary. Just plain funny. You will be doing yourself a diservise if you don't check it out.
Reviewed by jkaczor on September 2nd, 2006
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An amazing commentary experience. Frankly, the movie sucks beans - but it was completely redeemed by the commentary.
Done in a 'Mystery Science Theater 3000' style, the 'moose' actually make the movie entertaining. We learn little known secrets of how Disney actually animates movies, cartoon stunt doubles and chipmunks as harbingers of doom...
Reviewed by UncleJohn on January 14th, 2007
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This is the funniest commentary ever. You will need to watch it atleast twice to catch all the humor.
Reviewed by LemonadeAndFudge on June 26th, 2014
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Unlike most people, I actually thought Brother Bear was pretty decent. But the best part of the loaded two-disc edition of the film is, well, the audio commentary.
This is kind of a risky move, as the film wasn't hugely popular, but the moose were the best part of it. In fact, I wish that more of these humorous "in-character" audio commentaries existed.
Of course, it's a hilarious commentary that contains nothing to do with actual making-of (except for the silly stuff the moose make up), but at the end, you will not care. It's just a hysterical commentary.
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