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Boog's friends rally to bring him home from a Russian traveling circus.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Matthew J. Munn ...
Boog / Doug (voice)
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Rosie (voice)
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Ian / Reilly / Buddy / Deni / Elliot / Additional Voices (voice) (as Matt Taylor)
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McSquizzy (voice)
Danny Mann ...
Serge (voice)
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Gisela (voice)
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Giselita (voice)
Harrison Fahn ...
Elvis (voice)
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Giselle / Ursa / Additional Voices (voice)
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Earl (voice)
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Alistair (voice)
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Bobbie (voice)
Cody Cameron ...
Mr. Weenie / Additional Voices (voice)
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Roberto (voice)
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Stanley (voice)
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Boog's friends rally to bring him home from a Russian traveling circus.

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Boog and Elliot are Back and the Fur is Going to Fly!


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Rated PG for some mild rude humor | See all certifications »
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Though the last film in the Open Season trilogy, another film called Open Season: Scared Silly (2015) with an Entirely Different Cast recorded in Canada and not distributed by Sony Animation was released 5 years later, which is non-canon See more »

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Follows Open Season (2006) See more »

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Garbage, Garbage, Garbage...
17 January 2011 | by (Mount Morris, IL) – See all my reviews

So, i saw Open Season 1 and 2, of course I wouldn't be watching 3 if I didn't. And I actually enjoyed the first one. It was funny, it was cute. It had Martin Lawerence, Ashton Kutcher, and Patrick Warburton. Then cam Open Season 2, a movie in which, the plot was very lacking, but the characters were still fun. There was one character in particular, a cat named Roger, who had this tendency to say the most random, out of the box, unrelated things, and it would always make you chuckle. And it wasn't even what he said so much as how he said it. However, they made the mistake of changing voice actors for the main characters. Although Mike Epps did a good Boog too. Now, Open Season 3... what a disaster... The best part about it was Roger from 2 was in it, and had a few (and I mean VERY FEW) funny random lines, but they made him smarter in this movie... well, sort of. And they managed to kill his character by making him less funny than in Open Season 2, which kind of ruined it for me.. Instead of having a funny line every 10 minutes, he'd spend 5 minutes repeating the same line over and over. By the 5th or 6th time I heard him say "ooooh, meat snacks!" I had facepalmed so hard my neighbor could feel it. Aside from that, the story sucked, the animation was horrible (very cheap and last minute looking) and the whole thing felt like it was thrown together in an hour. It wasn't funny either. It ruined the trilogy for me. Save yourself the torture and don't watch this garbage. Stick with 1 and 2. If you watch this one I promise it will ruin the series for you...

now excuse me while I go wash my eyes out with acid...


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