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Jellystone Park has been losing business, so greedy Mayor Brown decides to shut it down and sell the land. That means families will no longer be able to experience the natural beauty of the outdoors -- and, even worse, Yogi and Boo Boo will be tossed out of the only home they've ever known. Faced with his biggest challenge ever, Yogi must prove that he really is "smarter than the average bear" as he and Boo Boo join forces with their old nemesis Ranger Smith to find a way to save Jellystone Park from closing forever.
So let’s get the positives out of the way first; it’s mercifully short.
Now on with the negatives - it is offensively unfunny and for a story about Yogi it says a lot about the film that it is at its more bearable when the bears aren’t even on screen. I used to love the cartoon series as a kid but just like The Smurfs, Garfield or Marmaduke these feature length adaptations just don’t work, at all. Even the voice work by both Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake is really bad. But of course all these recent, and very ugly, live action-CGI hybrid films based on popular cartoon series are aimed at a young undemanding audience who will laugh at literally anything. Sadly for anybody over the age of five it is best to avoid.
As if me giving "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" a positive rating wasn't bad enough.
Let me leave something very clear. When I saw this for the first time, I was 12 and my taste in film was in its early stages of development. But even back then I was getting sick of live-action cartoon adaptations. Stuff like "Alvin & the Chipmunks", "Underdog", hell even stuff like "The Flinstones" had me tired. They all thought they had to make the source material "cooler" and make it "hipper", and they make them these "cool and modern wise-crackers, dude!" and they end up completely destroying those characters.
What makes this different is that it actually sticks to the classics. Yeah, of course there's the obligatory…
Yogi (Dan Aykroyd) and his sidekick, Boo Boo (Justin Timberlake), are Jellystone Park's most-notorious troublemakers, hatching countless schemes to separate park visitors from their vittles. Standing in the way of picnic perfection is their long-suffering nemesis, Ranger Smith (Tom Cavanagh). But when Mayor Brown announces his plans to sell Jellystone Park to loggers, Yogi, Boo Boo and Ranger Smith must join forces to save their beloved campground from closing forever.
It is like a fucking joke or anecdote a friend told you and everybody around you said that the joke suckt and every laught from the so borring joke just told.
The actors practicly suck just as the lazy modern with no new ide but save nature idea just because…
This is where Reverse Flash now lives
I love me some Anna Faris but she needs to learn to say "no". I'm sure Chris Pratt is happy about the situation (by all means, get her to do Guardians of the Galaxy 2) but I doubt anyone was pleased with this film.
Some good fun here.
For a movie that didn't need to exist, it has it's moments. The plot, while cliche, is pretty decent. The villain is forgettable, and so is the romantic girlfriend, but I can't say that they didn't care about the source martial. It is clear that a lot of people put a lot of care into making this movie. It's just that nobody asked for it, nobody wanted it, and not a lot of people know who Yogi Bear is. So, for being a movie that didn't need to exist, it's pretty decent and gives what it promises.
I used to watch the cartoon as a kid all the time... so this one did bring back some nostalgic memories.Sure its a rather silly film. But it is good to have such a l"leave your brain at the door" silly film in your collection for when the mood hits. Another plus here is that it has Anna Faris in it... who I have grown to like quite a bit. Not to mention Tom Cavanagh who plays Ranger Smith... who went on to currently be playing Dr. Wells in the new Flash series. I would say this one is more for the fans of the cartoon for a little nostalgia and the kiddies.
From IMDB Trivia: "T.J. Miller had a nearly fatal brain disease while shooting this film, and required surgery", which explains why he said yes to this script.
Scavenger Hunt 15
Task # 3: A film your father loves
Why this is my father's favourite film, I don't know...
White man wants the girl
Brown bear wants the pic-a-nic basket
the joys of babysitting
Some good fun here.
Netter Animationsfilm für die ganze Familie. Überragend, wie Yogi Bär, ein Held meiner Kindheit animiert wurde. Insgesamt ist natürlich keine große Story zu erwarten, weil man vor Allem auf die Effekte setzt, diese sind dafür überzeugend und auch die Interaktion zwischen Menschen und animierten Charakteren kommt glaubhaft herüber, auch wenn die Hupfdole aus "Scary-Movie" für mich nie eine ernsthafte Schauspielerin sein wird.
one big ol' UGH.
We all have them....here are mine.
Commence the shame.
(Suggested by a friend of mine to make this)