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Elliott incessantly parades proudly with his antlers, until unwise rock-jumping sees them crushed, and thus his new pride. Bride Giselle thinks Elliott has commitment anxiety when he rushes off to take the lead in the rescue of canine buddy Mr. Weenie, who is kidnapped by a poodle's gang of master-devoted pets determined to reconvert him. The feral gang has great trouble even penetrating the heavily guarded holiday resort where the brainwashing attempt is happening. Written by
The bald spot on Fifi's tail is only visible after he finishes his story about being "attacked" by wild animals and shows it to everyone. It is not seen before or after. See more »
Elliot: Isn't this great, Boog?
Boog: What's great?
Elliot: You know, not great that Weenie's been kidnapped, but great that we're living life on the edge. It's just like old times. Two guys, out on the road!
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I came home from work and when I got home I discovered my brother had rented WALL-E and open season 2 and of course decided to watch open season 2 first, and not being familiar with the first one I pretty much enjoyed this film, it had a lot of witty dialog that I actually caught myself laughing out loud, and I found it refreshing to be able to laugh at something that didn't have an over abundance of toilet jokes.
Open season 2 in my mind even though its a kids movie, was definitely a lot of fun, and if asked what would I literally recommend for ideal family viewing? this film would always spring to mind.
Of course WALL-E was also very good and funny, only it had fewer lines but also very good family entertainment.
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