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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 this is Sony Animation's first Threequel, it is not official due to being straight to DVD, therefore making it Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (2018) released 8-7 years after this film. See more »

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Follows Open Season 2 (2008) See more »

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I Made It Through 26 Minutes...
5 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

Just finished Open Season 1 and 2, so I felt obligated to watch the third. I will usually watch any movie through to the end, regardless of how bad (...if only to see exactly how bad it will get). But 26 minutes into this one, I stopped the movie to come here and read a few reviews.

Now usually, I feel that many people like to come to IMDb and slam movies just for the sake of being mean. But I must say; in this case, I agree with what most everyone else is saying here about this movie, and I don't feel bad that I won't be watching the rest.

The voices are the first thing that throw you off (they are different than the voice actors in the first two movies), then you notice the animation looks more like Saturday morning cartoons (fewer frames per second than feature length animation, less fluid), just not as funny. Watch for yourself if you feel the reviews here are unfair. After watching 26 minutes worth, I'd say most reviews here are being generous.


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