Yogi Bear

Yogi Bear

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Yogi Bear

Yogi Bear, from the Hanna-Barbera cartoon which dates back to 1958, makes the leap to the big screen. A live action film featuring computer-animated wildlife, Yogi is voiced by life-long fan Dan Ackroyd, his sidekick Boo Boo is Justin Timberlake.

When a corrupt mayor announces he'll turn failing Jellystone Park into a logging facility, Yogi and Boo Boo team with Ranger Smith (Tom Cavanagh, TV's Scrubs) and a wildlife documentarian (Anna Faris, The House Bunny) to save their home.

Yogi Bear was shot in New Zealand - Woodhill Forest in Auckland and the Aratiatia rapids in Taupo standing in for Jellystone.

2010Rating: G83 minsUSA
AdventureAnimatedComedyKids & Family
Director:
Eric Brevig ('Journey to the Center of the Earth')
Writer:
Brad Copeland
Cast:
Anna FarisDan AykroydJustin TimberlakeTom CavanaghNathan Corddry
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Great kids Movie

Whole family enjoyed it.

4.0
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the best ever movie everrrrr

that movie was asome

5.0
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"Smarter than the average bear"

Good old Yogi... loved those old Hanna-Barbera shows. For me the big three were: The Flintstones, Top Cat and Yogi Bear. BUT... The live action Flintstones movie SUCKED! What's the point? Far better to convert them into Toy Story / Ice Age / Madagascar type animated films than to introduce live actors into the mix. I would much rather HEAR John Goodman as...

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Variety

Variety

press

A bland and innocuous small-fry outing that retains a measure of the original Hanna-Barbera cartoon's charm, though scarcely enough to justify the time, expense and visual-effects trickery it must have taken to inflate an endearing 2D cartoon into a dopey 3D extravaganza.

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TVNZ

TVNZ

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It's nature vs corporate greed in this latest film for Yogi Bear, partially shot here in good ole NZ.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

press

There's exactly one thing about the misbegotten big-screen Yogi Bear that might make you think back with any fondness to the Hanna-Barbera cartoons on which it's based. That would be Justin Timberlake's charming performance as the voice of Boo-Boo Bear.

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

If you have fond memories of Yogi Bear from your childhood, you'd be hard pushed to remember why after watching this big screen revival of the 1960s' Hanna-Barbera series.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Yogi is still smarter than the average bear, but Yogi Bear is much less smart than most of the year's kid-friendly cartoons.

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Variety

Variety

press

A bland and innocuous small-fry outing that retains a measure of the original Hanna-Barbera cartoon's charm, though scarcely enough to justify the time, expense and visual-effects trickery it must have taken to inflate an endearing 2D cartoon into a dopey 3D extravaganza.

0
TVNZ

TVNZ

press

It's nature vs corporate greed in this latest film for Yogi Bear, partially shot here in good ole NZ.

0
The New York Times

The New York Times

press

There's exactly one thing about the misbegotten big-screen Yogi Bear that might make you think back with any fondness to the Hanna-Barbera cartoons on which it's based. That would be Justin Timberlake's charming performance as the voice of Boo-Boo Bear.

0
New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

If you have fond memories of Yogi Bear from your childhood, you'd be hard pushed to remember why after watching this big screen revival of the 1960s' Hanna-Barbera series.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Yogi is still smarter than the average bear, but Yogi Bear is much less smart than most of the year's kid-friendly cartoons.

0

Great kids Movie

Whole family enjoyed it.

4.0
0

the best ever movie everrrrr

that movie was asome

5.0
0

"Smarter than the average bear"

Good old Yogi... loved those old Hanna-Barbera shows. For me the big three were: The Flintstones, Top Cat and Yogi Bear. BUT... The live action Flintstones movie SUCKED! What's the point? Far better to convert them into Toy Story / Ice Age / Madagascar type animated films than to introduce live actors into the mix. I would much rather HEAR John Goodman as...

0