Brother Bear is a 2003 American animated comedy-drama film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and directed by Aaron Blaise and Robert Walker. It is the 44th film in the animated Disney canon and was released on November 1, 2003 by Walt Disney pictures.

Plot Edit

Why It's Great Edit

  1. It has strong messages about brotherly love
  2. It shows great respect for the Inuit people and their culture
  3. The animation is beautiful, capturing the look and feel of the landscape it is set in
  4. There are plenty of moments that really get the audience to care about the characters
  5. The characters themselves are pretty likable, whether it be Sitka as the caring older brother or Rutt and Tuke as the Canadian moose who provide good comic relief
  6. It's clever in not having a villain and instead just having a big misunderstanding between two brothers
  7. The soundtrack is gorgeous, particularly with the song "Great Spirits" by Tina Turner and the "Transformation" song
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