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We Bare Bears: The Movie
- 1h 9m
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When Grizz, Panda, and Ice Bear catch the attention of the Department of Wildlife Control, their world turns upside down! Forced to go on the run by the diabolical Agent Trout, the Bears rely on friends both old and new on a wild and hilarious road trip. Join the Bears as they stack up for their biggest adventure ever!
Eric Edelstein, Bobby Moynihan, Demetri Martin, Marc Evan Jackson, Keith Ferguson, Sam Lavagnino, Max Mitchell, Max Mitchell, Jason Lee, Patton Oswalt, Charlyne Yi, Mel Rodriguez, Cameron Esposito, Ellie Kemper, Travina Springer, Sarah Sobole, Josh Cooley, Jimmy O. Yang, Amber Liu, Fabrizio Guido, James Trevena-Brown, Brian Stevenson, Peter Jessop
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Common Sense Says
Some slapstick violence, peril in cute animated adventure.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that We Bare Bears: The Movie is a 2020 animated movie version of the popular Cartoon Network television show. Expect some cartoon pratfall violence: vehicle chases and accidents and slapstick calamities. There's also some peril: The bears must escape a forest fire. The movie makes a few subtle comments on government policies about border crossings, immigration, and children locked in cages, which younger kids won't pick up on. The story satirizes the desire for internet fame, and how people (or, in this instance, cutesy/weird animals) measure success in terms of how many millions of social media followers they have. While disguised as hippies, the bears drive a van with a license plate that reads "FR33 LUV." The movie has positive messages about how it's OK to be different and to feel like you don't always fit in.
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- Genre:Family, Comedy
- Release Date:June 2, 2020
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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