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The Country Bears


Comedy / Family / Music / Musical



Based on an attraction at Disneyland, the Country Bear Jamboree, this movie is one in a long line of live action Disney family films. The movie is a satire of "Behind the Music" rock and roll bands. Beary, a young bear raised by a human family in a world where humans and talking bears coexist, attempts to trace his roots. He meets up with the Country Bears, a long-since broken-up band, a parody of bands like the Eagles. Beary helps the Country Bears reunite for one final concert, while searching for who he truly is.


Peter Hastings


Haley Joel Osment
as Beary Barrington (voice)
Diedrich Bader
as Officer Cheets / Ted Bedderhead (voice)
Candy Ford
as Trixie St. Claire (voice)
James Gammon
as Big Al (voice)
Brad Garrett
as Fred Bedderhead (voice)
Toby Huss
as Tennessee O'Neal (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson
as Henry Dixon Taylor (voice)

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gijoe nut N/A

wow, the guys at Disney are on some high quality drugs here...

it wasn't as bad as I expected it to be (c'mon, the trailer is just painful to watch), but man o man, there's some trippy things in this movie, and they actually make it worth watching.

the musical sequence at the diner in the middle of the movie is painful to watch, but I was laughing so hard that it didn't matter; that is PERFECT satire of the entire genre of movie musicals with the talented character breaking out in song randomly and having everyone else in the scene break out in choreographed dance. The song the waitress sung was awful, but the parody was genius.

the cameos by so many of today's artists are priceless, especially the out-of-the-blue appearances of Xibit and Elton John. I'm not sure why any of the reviews I read of the film never mentioned so many famous people wandering in and out of this movie, but I'm glad they didn't because they all cool surprises. (on a side note, why Mr. Walken never showed up in the trailer is beyond me, but his performance here is priceless!)

the prospect of the actor playing Beary's "brother" going from being Stifler's little brother in Pie and Pie 2 to this nicely obnoxious kid who has a bear for a sibling is just so absurd it's funny.

the country music numbers were [email protected]$$ enough to make me consider buying the soundtrack...

and the groundskeeper bear was funniest thing in the whole movie to me, he cracked me up all the way through. heck, they can spin him off into his own show if they want, I liked him.

I'm not going to go around recommending this weirdness of a movie to people, but I say give it a try; do NOT form an opinion based on the trailer, because it's not fair to the movie itself. It might not be the world's most intelligent movie, but it was worth watching for sure. (And seriously, the talking bears thing might work for a theme park attraction, but the idea of human-like bears living amongst humans just makes me wonder how much LSD the writers of the screenplay had dipped...)

I give "The Country Bears" a 7 out of 10, it really wasn't bad, just really trippy and weird!

Reviewed by liplash 10 /10

Quite enjoyable, with great music and a cute story line!

I do not know what I can say to convince the world to see "The Country Bears". I loved the attraction at Disneyland and I **loved** the movie! I even dragged my hesitant spouse along to see it. We both agreed afterward, that it was quite enjoyable, with great music and a cute story line. We felt uplifted and happy for the rest of the day!

Reviewed by greg_ray 8 /10

I was pleasantly surprised!

This was a far better movie than I expected. Although simple in plot and substance, the presence of both past and present music stars lends to the credibility of the "Bears" as a musical force from the 70's. It was funny, and a great film for the whole family!

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