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Brother Bear 2 -- Kenai takes an exciting adventure he never dreamed of before his transformation into a bear by the Great Spirits.  As Kenai travels the Pacific Northwest at the end of the Ice Age, he's haunted by dreams of his previous life.
Brother Bear 2 -- US Home Video Trailer from Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Brother Bear 2 -- Clip: This Feels Like Home
Brother Bear 2 -- Clip: Raccoons Chase Nita
Brother Bear 2 -- Clip: Impressing the Moosettes


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Release Date:
29 August 2006 (USA) See more »
The moose are on the loose.
An old female friend of Kenai needs his help on a quest, much to Koda's growing consternation. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Patrick Dempsey ... Kenai (voice)

Mandy Moore ... Nita (voice)

Jeremy Suarez ... Koda (voice)

Rick Moranis ... Rutt (voice)

Dave Thomas ... Tuke (voice)

Andrea Martin ... Anda (voice)

Catherine O'Hara ... Kata (voice)

Wanda Sykes ... Innoko (voice)

Wendie Malick ... Aunt Siqiniq (voice)

Kathy Najimy ... Aunt Taqqiq (voice)

Michael Clarke Duncan ... Tug (voice)

Jim Cummings ... Bering / Chilkoot (voice)

Jeff Bennett ... Additional Voices (voice)

Tress MacNeille ... Additional Voices (voice)

Bobb'e J. Thompson ... Additional Voices (voice)

Jessie Flower ... Additional Voices (voice)

Jason Marsden ... Additional Voices (voice)

Jack Weber ... Additional Voices (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Olivier Baroux ... (voice)
Bruno Choel ... (voice)

Kad Merad ... (voice)
Gwénaël Sommier ... (voice)

Benjamin Bryan ... Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)

Krista Swan ... Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)

Directed by
Ben Gluck 
Writing credits
Rich Burns (screenplay)

Steve Bencich  characters (uncredited)
Lorne Cameron  characters (uncredited)
Ron J. Friedman  characters (uncredited)
Ben Gluck  additional screenplay
David Hoselton  characters (uncredited)
Tab Murphy  characters (uncredited)

Produced by
Jim Ballantine .... producer
Carolyn Bates .... producer
Dan Forster .... unit producer
Original Music by
Matthew Gerrard 
Dave Metzger 
Robbie Nevil 
Film Editing by
Nick Kenway 
Anthony F. Rocco  (as Tony Martinous Rocco)
Casting by
Jamie Thomason 
Production Design by
James Aaron Finch 
Art Direction by
Mary Locatell 
Production Management
Allison Cain .... assistant production manager
Peiyu H. Foley .... post-production supervisor
Lucinda Glenn .... assistant production manager
Leif Green .... production manager
Keiji Kishi .... production supervisor
Kip Lewis .... production supervisor
Tj Libman .... assistant production manager
Todd Popp .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mary Locatell .... associate director
Kevin Peaty .... unit director
Art Department
Olivier Adam .... layout director
Peter J. DeLuca .... location designer
Nicholas Filippi .... storyboard artist
Carolyn Gair .... storyboard artist
Kevin Harkey .... storyboard artist
Carole Holliday .... storyboard artist
Larry Leker .... storyboard artist
Robert Lence .... storyboard artist
Tony Lovett .... workbook artist
Steve Lumley .... workbook supervisor (as Stephen Lumley)
Chris Otsuki .... storyboard artist
Jean-Christophe Poulain .... workbook artist
Jill Stirdivant .... color stylist
Julia Goehle .... additional workbook artist (uncredited)
Lajos Kamocsay .... CGI lead (uncredited)
Sound Department
James Ashwill .... foley mixer
Chuck Choi .... technical consultant
Ronald Eng .... co-supervising sound editor
Dana LeBlanc Frankley .... first assistant sound editor
Ryan Heiferman .... adr recordist: New York
Larry Hopkins .... layback sound mixer
Doug Jackson .... co-supervising sound editor
Doc Kane .... adr mixer
Carol Lewis .... supervising adr editor
Carol Lewis .... supervising dialogue editor
Morten Folmer Nielsen .... adr editor
Morten Folmer Nielsen .... adr recordist
Terry O'Bright .... sound re-recording mixer
Willard Overstreet .... supervising foley editor
Keith Rogers .... sound re-recording mixer
Carlos Sotolongo .... original dialogue mixer
Robert Troy .... dialogue editor
Visual Effects by
Simon Alberry .... CGI animator
Aaron Burton .... digital effects artist
Andrew Coates .... digital compositor
David Costello .... digital compositor
Mark Evans .... digital compositor
Eric Grimenstein .... CG artist
Douglas Little .... visual effects supervisor
Elias Macute .... digital compositor
Jeannette Maher-Manifold .... compositing supervisor (as Jeannette Manifold)
Heather McClenahan .... digital production manager (as Heather McClenahan-Deyo)
Marvin Petilla .... effects supervisor
Damian Temporale .... digital director
Animation Department
Georges Abolin .... animator
Silvana Ambar .... background artist
Tony Ambrose .... inbetween artist
Richard Bailey .... animator
Doug Ball .... background artist
Tristan Balos .... animator
Bob Baxter .... senior CGI animator
Davide Benvenuti .... senior animator
Christopher Brock .... background artist
Donna Brockopp .... animator
Tom Caulfield .... animator
Farouk Cherfi .... animator
Noel Cleary .... supervising animator
Mandy Clotworthy .... inbetween artist
Michael Comino .... senior clean-up artist
Kevin Condron .... clean-up character lead: Kenai
Bridgette Connell .... inbetween artist
Patrick Crawley .... inbetween artist
Jon Jon Daco .... inbetween artist
Abeth De La Cruz .... senior layout artist (as Abeth Dela Cruz)
Manny DeGuzman .... assistant animator (as Manny A. DeGuzman)
Matt Diks .... inbetween artist
Jonathan Dower .... character lead
Peter Eastment .... clean-up artist ("Kenai")
Federico Ferrari .... animator
Kayn Garcia .... animator
Miguel Gil .... background artist
Ben Grimshaw .... effects assistant
Greg Guler .... character designer
Carolyn Guske .... background artist
Jason Hand .... layout artist
Arturo A. Hernandez .... character designer
Arturo A. Hernandez .... story artist
Bill Hodman .... layout artist
Scott Hurney .... inbetween artist (as Scott E.J. Hurney)
Geoff Ind .... inbetween artist
Mark Ingram .... inbetween artist
Arlan Jewell .... layout artist (as Arlan S. Jewell)
Ignacio Lacsina .... inbetween artist
Benoît Le Pennec .... layout artist
Ed Li .... background layout designer
Michelle Lindner .... animator: inbetween
Sai Ping Lok .... background artist
Pierre Lorenzi .... background artist
Joseph Manifold Jr. .... effects animator
Andries Maritz .... senior animator
Satjit Matharu .... animator
Malcolm McCarthy .... inbetween artist
James McGinlay .... animator
Patrick Muylkens .... senior background artist
Vincenzo Nisco .... layout artist
Christine O'Connor .... animation check supervisor
Kurt Parton .... inbetween artist
Stefano Pastorino .... layout artist
Michael Pattison .... inbetween animation supervisor
Michael Pattison .... inbetweening supervisor
Matt Perry .... additional effects animator
Craig Rutherford .... inbetween artist
Peter Sgro .... background supervisor
Piero Sgro .... background supervisor
Mark Sonntag .... layout artist
Carin-Anne Strohmaier .... animation editor
Alexa Summerfield .... key assistant animator
Jocelyn Sy .... animator
Donald Walker .... animator
Andrew Wolf .... senior layout artist
Kevin Wotton .... animator
Samantha Youssef .... animator
Casting Department
Daniel J. Soulsby .... casting supervisor
David Wright .... casting
Editorial Department
Kirk Demorest .... contributing editor
Jeff Draheim .... supervising editor
Ben Frost .... production editor
Barbara Gerety .... assistant editor
Karen Hathaway .... additional editor
Tony Mizgalski .... additional editor
Adam Smith .... production editor
Timothy Vila .... assistant editor
Music Department
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist
Dominick Certo .... music editor
Steven Gizicki .... music supervisor
Greg Hayes .... assistant music mixing engineer
Jason Henkel .... music administrator
Steve Kempster .... score mixer
Mark Mancina .... score producer
Peter Rotter .... orchestra contractor
Frank Macchia .... music preparation (uncredited)
Mirek Stiles .... assistant music engineer (uncredited)
Other crew
Sylvie Bennett-Fauqué .... scene planner
Christopher Glenn Collins .... production coordinator
Kristi Connolly .... scene planner
Jessica Dalton .... production coordinator
Mike Dugard .... scene planner
Jeff Hand .... additional screenplay material
Clint W. Heidorn .... production coordinator
Mary Lescher .... lead scene planner
Linda Luong .... production coordinator
Benjamin G. Malbrough .... talent coordinator
Nathan Massmann .... assistant production manager
Randy Miller .... bear supplier
Rebekah Needham .... production secretary
Helen O'Flynn .... continuity checker
Terry O'Toole .... clean-up supervisor
Kristina Pace .... technical director
Daniel Paress .... production coordinator
Roger S.H. Schulman .... additional screenplay material
Michael F. Sherman .... production associate
Maral Simonian .... production accountant
Willie E. Sims Jr. .... production associate
Jennifer Teter .... adr voice
Jamie Thomason .... dialogue director
Amy Wardrop .... production coordinator
Meredith McIvor .... production coordinator (uncredited)

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Sweden:70 min | Canada:74 min
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
A mostly mediocre direct-to-video sequel, though it gets better towards the end, 2 June 2010
Author: Electrified_Voltage from Guelph, Ontario, Canada

"Brother Bear", released in 2003, is not one of the most popular Disney animated features, but like a number of the more popular ones, it did get the direct-to-video sequel treatment. "Brother Bear 2" was released in 2006. I saw the original for the first time just last month, nearly seven years after its release, and certainly didn't like it as much as some clearly do, but thought it was pretty good nonetheless. These Disney direct-to-video sequels aren't usually that good, and I figured this one would be no exception. Even though this one is more popular than some of the others, it didn't quite surpass my expectations. For the most part, I thought it was simply mediocre, with occasional funny moments, but also found that it got slightly better towards the end, so I thought it was still better than "Home on the Range".

Kenai now lives happily as a bear with his orphaned foster brother cub, Koda. Winter is almost over, and the bears have just awoken from hibernation. On their way to Crowberry Ridge to get berries, Kenai and Koda stop to sleep, and Kenai has a dream about Nita, a childhood friend of his, and it is then obvious that he is haunted by his memories of her. Meanwhile, Nita is about to get married, but the wedding is interrupted by the Spirits, who make it clear that they do not approve! When they were children, Kenai gave Nita an amulet, and she will not be able to marry somebody else unless she makes it to Hokani Falls in time for the vernal equinox and burns the amulet, and Kenai has to go with her. Innoko, the "sha-woman," puts Nita under a spell so she can communicate with bears, and Nita goes out to find Kenai and begin the trek to Hokani Falls. Along the way, the three of them (Kenai, Nita, and Koda) face more than one problem.

When I started watching this sequel, I already didn't find it very interesting, but knew this could change as the film went along. I didn't care much for the Nita character and the voice acting provided for her by Mandy Moore. The humour in "Brother Bear 2" usually doesn't work so well. Innoko, voiced by Wanda Sykes, is clearly supposed to be funny, but isn't, and basically, the same goes for Aunt Siqiniq and Aunt Taqqiq. Also Koda is once again pretty lame as a comic relief, and there are some poor lines in the film, such as Nita's comment when she sees Kenai as a bear for the first time. Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas returned to play Rutt and Tuke, the moose brothers based on the two actors' iconic "SCTV" alter egos, Bob and Doug McKenzie. If it weren't for them, the humour in this movie would generally miss the mark. The animation in this sequel is like that in the original "Brother Bear", pretty good, but not great. I also didn't find the adventure very entertaining for the most part. Towards the end, I found that there are some exciting and touching moments, which is what makes it slightly better at this point, and this is why I'm giving the film a 6/10 instead of a 5. So, "Brother Bear 2" may be entertaining for many kids and some adults as well, but unsurprisingly, like probably most of these direct-to-video sequels, I wouldn't call it a must-see.

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