One spring, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo Bear awake from hibernation to discover three orphaned bear cubs left at the front door of their cave. Despite their initial reservations, Yogi and Boo Boo take the bear cubs into their home and take care of them. Meanwhile, Jellystone Park has gone over budget and the park commissioner orders Ranger Smith to close it down. This means that Yogi, along with the other bears at the park, must be sent to a zoo. Because Yogi can't stand the thought of being cooped up in a zoo for the rest of his life, he hatches an elaborate escape plan. Salvaging car parts from a failed fishing expedition, he constructs a getaway "Supercar," complete with a picnic basket rumble seat for the three orphaned cubs. Together they make their escape from the park to find a new home.
Vasco M (ag) wrote: Gritty, sexy, and full of fluid, epic action sequences, this animated features just begs for its characters to be explored further. It's a Batman title, but Batman is the side attraction to the joy ride that is the Suicide Squad and their endeavours. Top notch voice acting, smooth animation, and the right chemistry all contribute to making Assault On Arkham the fine recipe it is.
Tommy M (au) wrote: Great film super funny. A great movie to watch with the kids!!
Martin S (br) wrote: Fantastic animation, reading up on Ryan Larkin beforehand just makes it 100 times better.
Christian L (ag) wrote: One of the best depictions of modern-day teen life, which despite its 20-year old age, the acts these teens participate in are very much present in today's society. I don't know why this movie got so much hate! It's true, powerful, and a must see. They should show this movie in schools around Sex Ed time, instead of scaring the kids with pictures, scare them with what's essentially themselves!
Joel C (au) wrote: A highly underrated movie, this movie is highly enjoyable Dolph Lundgren and Jean Claude Van Damme did a great job. 5 stars
Scott A (ag) wrote: Very very very boring. There are only 3 deaths in this film from snakes, and the first isn't for 105 minutes!!! Most of it feels like a PBS special on handling snakes. Seeing FACE, from A-Team, turn into a snake was fun, but the movie just ends out of nowhere? Also, there is a sex scene and a skinny dipping scene. They added cartoon looking branches and a book shelf to avoid showing any Heather Menzie nudity. WTF?
Nick C (mx) wrote: Not too different from most westerns, if you like Eastwood youll probably enjoy this.