Brother Bear

Brother Bear
Brother Bear

Year

2003

Duration

85 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

In this touching animated fable, Kenai is a headstrong Native American who is seeking vengeance for the death of his older brother who was killed by a bear. However in a strange turn of events, Kenai himself is magically transformed into a bear and finds himself pursued by his middle brother Denahi, who now believes both of his brothers have met a grizzly fate. With the help of his one time enemy (a bear cub named Koda), Kenai not only has a fighting chance of survival but also an opportunity to learn valuable lessons in life. An emotional, gently humorous musical adventure from Disney.

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