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The only Open Season film without any Villains, though a Reformed Fifi who no longer has a hatred towards Wild Animals and is working to control his anger does appear, with his fur having grown back unless Doug is counted as the main antagonist. See more »
Corny, cheesy, predictable and also highly forgettable!
It hasn't been too long ago since Open Season lastly got it's own sequel, and that one became a horrible wrenched film I wish to keep out of my mind forever. Now 2 years later, we get a new one and it's more crazier than we can imagine.
Set fully short after Elliot and Giselle became husband and wife, they have children of their own named Gisela, Gesalita and Elvis. Elvis looks a lot like his dad and even loses not one, but two antlers just like him. And the twins, Gisela and Gesalita, resembles their mom expect to tell the difference, one has a black nose and brown eyes and the other one has blue eyes and a pink nose. And this of course makes Boog the uncle cause he has a brotherly relationship with Elliot.
Well as the movie begins, Boog has made a plan just to hang out with the guys, not just with Elliot, but also with Ian, Reilly, McSquizzy and Buddy. But the whole thing becomes a total waste when everyone couldn't make it, especially Elliot who lets his partner down. Heartbroken, Boog sets out on his own for the trip, but it leads him a circus where he befriends a llama named Alistar and a bear named Doug, who looks just like Boog. But that's not the only thing missing; there right away Boog falls crazy in love for Usla, a female Russian bear.
Doug decides it's time he switches places with Boog so he can be the only bear and become king of the forest. But right away when it happens, everyone realizes that their old dear friend grizzly bear, ain't the same guy so they must find a way to save their pal before it's too late and he'll be gone to Russia forever.
Like most direct-to-video sequels, you'll know that they can't make good money, so this one goes out to the same as the other one. Cheap actors, lame story writing, and poor directing. It makes up for the second sequel after being so bad, but that still doesn't make the third sequel any good. So the new characters drop down too! After viewing this, I hope that Sony Pictures can cut down to their ideas. They're not good, and they never will be. So they just leave all of the direct-to-video making to Disney cause that's what they were there for in the first place!
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