Brother Bear (2003)

9/10
Sometimes we all skip over a movie and think it won’t be entertaining or enjoyable. It surprised me how amazing this film was thanks in part to the story about animal spirits and learning that sometimes life has a greater meaning then we think. I really enjoyed the characters, including the grumpy one, the fun one, and the hateful one. Most of them have a one track mind, that when they finally learn to let go, life has so much better things for them. At first glance no one would think of Brother Bear when they think Disney classics, but this film really deserves to be right up there with the rest of them.

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