Open Season details
|Starring:||Martin Lawrence, Jane Krakowski, Gordon Tootoosis, Patrick Warburton, Billy Connolly, Fergal Reilly, Jon Favreau, Gary Sinise, Debra Messing, Ashton Kutcher|
|Directors:||Jill Culton, Roger Allers|
|Studio:||SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||1 hour 23 minutes|
|Rental release:||12 Feb 2007|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Shrek in bears clothing.By Treadstone (107 reviews) from London , 27 Jan 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]Open Season was too 'open' to criticism (ha!) from me. The big bear and the scrawny deer partnership just too much resemblance to Shrek and Donkey. It was also very similar to Over The Hedge...in fact it copied just about every other animated movie out there so its very derived from the the music to the humour. None of it was original. I wouldn't bother with this feeble attempt from Sony. Visuals were ok, but its a long way off from the likes of Shrek 3 in HD.
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Not funny at allBy Chantal (1129 reviews) from London , 28 May 2010I didn't see it till the end it was not making me even smile.
It was silly and maybe children will like it but as an adult it was boring.
hmmmBy a customer from London , 03 May 2009Not the most interesting of views. Animation is only reasonable and the plot is weak.
Looks fabBy a customer from Ossett , 30 Jan 2009The animation in this looks fab in blu ray and the kids laughed loud and long.........
Looks good, not a lot elseBy a customer from London , 15 Jan 2009CGI cartoons are probably the best showcase for Blu-ray movies - they always look amazing. Even in a case like this where the film itself is anything but amazing. It's a highly typical story of a domesticated animal roughing it in the wild and finding himself in the process, but there are a lot of crude touches in the humour (barfing, farting, etc.) and you also have to deal with the questionable charms of voice talents Martin Lawrence and an overcaffeinated Ashton Kutcher.
But still, the digital detail is wondrous to behold. Fur and grass is particularly well rendered. Pity it's all in service of a none too great film. Stick with Pixar instead.
Good childish fun.By a customer from Brechin , 23 Oct 2008Fun sunday family movie.