Summary: Let’s be honest here. The fact that this is really a charming and harmless kid film is a relief for me. This movie had turkey written all over it. Attempts to revive nostalgic characters have often fallen hard.
Excerpt: Don’t even bother if you’ve heard this one before: A greedy politician/stock villain wants to take over a nature preserve/character’s home for financial gain, and it’s up to a rag tag group of do-gooders to put a stop to it. That’s Yogi Bear , and is it ever painful. Warner Bros.
Conclusion: Yogi Bear may lack in creativity, but it succeeds in creating those warm and fuzzy feelings, that sense of satisfaction and safety that one can derive from a movie as comfortably formula as this.
Conclusion: Oh boy, I don't really know about 'Yogi Bear.' On one end, I wish the producers had used the fan made alternate ending and spared adults the possibility of a sequel. On the other hand, it's easy to see how a film like this can appeal to children, and in all honesty, this is a film with some lessons...
Excerpt: There’s something inherently brilliant about the concept of Yogi Bear. He’s a bumbling, moronic, thousand pound, suit and tie-wearing beast that’s onto something. Rather than use his paws to catch fish or expend energy foraging in the woods, he’s decided to simply plunder the pic-a-nic baskets of...
Summary: NB: Andrew saw the 3D version of this film. More Yogi Bear is another classic cartoon turned live-action film, suitably cheerful and colourful, if a little light on imagination. The quality of the 3D is excellent, having been conceived and filmed in the format.
Summary: Yogi Bear is another classic cartoon turned live-action film, suitably cheerful and colourful, if a little light on imagination. More The quality of the 3D is excellent, having been conceived and filmed in the format.