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Mickey and the Bear

Mickey and the Bear is a movie starring Camila Morrone, James Badge Dale, and Calvin Demba. Faced with the responsibility to take care of her addict, veteran father, headstrong teen Mickey Peck keeps her household afloat.

Other Titles
Mickey i niedźwiedź, Miki i Medved
Running Time
1 hours 28 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama
Director
Annabelle Attanasio
Writer
Annabelle Attanasio
Actors
Camila Morrone, Ben Rosenfield, James Badge Dale, Calvin Demba
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Faced with the responsibility to take care of her addict, veteran father, headstrong teen Mickey Peck keeps her household afloat. When she has the opportunity to leave for good, she must choose between familial obligation and personal fulfillment.

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Keith H.

There's a few things that can be taken away from this movie. First, it's not for the squeamish. It's not a good movie to show your kids to scare them, but it's not an adult movie either. And it's not really a movie for adults to make friends with. It's more a movie to see how Mickey and Minnie will cope with the loss of their beloved dog. That, and how they'll handle the time of year when they have to be away from their home. And there's that whole conversation with the dog that seems to go on forever. But the movie is a good one, and the best I've seen. The music is very good, and I like how they didn't repeat it too often. And you have to see how Mickey and Minnie react to all the changes and their new surroundings. Mickey has some life and he's not that helpless anymore, and Minnie has to deal with the loss of a pet. And the movie has many good lines. The only negative is the music, but that's minor. The other things are good too. A real movie and a good one. I give it a 7/10.

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Douglas

This film takes place in the countryside of rural Canada in the year 1961. There is a theme of the (idealized) ghost town in the wilderness. The town is surrounded by a wall and is haunted by the dead. There are some real creepy elements. The film is well-made with decent performances by both Erika Christensen and Billy Bob Thornton. This movie is not for everyone but is well worth seeing. The ending is so good and it leaves you speechless.

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Tammy R.

As a person who loves the theme of "Home Alone" and "The Little Mermaid", I have to say that I did not really enjoy this movie. The plot is OK, and the characterizations are fine, but it was a bit too similar to "Home Alone". My two favorite parts were the one where Mickey and the bear break the statue, and the fight between Mickey and the bear. The plot, which is fairly ordinary, is as follows: Mickey is a shy kid who goes to a prestigious boarding school. There he meets a young beautiful girl, but the girl also wants to get to know Mickey and his family. Mickey and his family, being out of touch, have trouble communicating with the family. Mickey's father, Dr. Emmet Stole, a famous zoologist, goes to an island where his work is to find a way to be close to animals. The animal gets left behind. Mickey, having a big crush on the girl, decides to help her, but he is soon scolded by his father. He is angry at the fact that his father had neglected him and had tried to get to know the girl, but instead of going with him, he had turned away. The boy runs away, and Mickey is left with the bear. He is found by a family that owns a restaurant. The bear tells Mickey that he can be part of their family, and that he will be there for him. Mickey agrees, and he agrees to leave the island. The bear takes him to the family's house, where he meets the father. Mickey's father is a nice guy, and he helps Mickey. Mickey is sent to school, and the bear helps him learn to speak. Mickey makes a friend, and the bear helps him. Mickey begins to learn to speak with the family's bear. Mickey and the bear have a nice relationship, and he and his family become close to the bear. The bear decides to go to Florida, but Mickey's father has other plans. Overall, this movie is good, but nothing great. It's a good movie to watch, but nothing really special. It's worth watching, but not one that I will watch again.

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Jacob Clark

If you have a craving for a cute movie with a good story, this is your movie. There are also some excellent one-liners and memorable moments. The only complaint I have is that the plot doesn't really go anywhere. The bear on the train is just a plot device. It would have been interesting to see how the film ends, but it doesn't really end. Overall, this movie is cute and entertaining. I give it a 7/10.

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Mark

I saw this film when it was first released in the theaters and have watched it several times since. This is one of the few films that have made me write a review on IMDb. I am currently reviewing films for a class and I have been working on a paper on Disney's animation. This film was among the most difficult to review and write about. As the title of this film implies, it is about a bear and his adventures with Mickey Mouse. Mickey Mouse is well known for his ability to inspire people to live life to the fullest. However, Mickey and a group of bears have gone off to find their own dreams. Mickey was born with an elephant's mind, but he has not experienced the joys of being a kid. When Mickey finds out that his father was killed by a monster, he is distraught and learns of the danger that his father could have been in. In an attempt to make up for the loss of his father, Mickey decides to search for his father. Along the way, Mickey meets many characters and experiences. Mickey is told to be cautious and careful while searching for his father. The bears in the film are beautiful creatures, and Mickey is drawn to the female bear in particular. Mickey is able to learn from the bear, and he is able to show her his abilities to travel far from home and share his experiences. This film is not without its flaws. The animation is dated and does not seem to age well. There are some scenes that are just bad. The jokes are not funny and the humor is more cartoonish than funny. The characters are very cliché, but the film does not really need a "flawed" theme to make it interesting. The characters are too stereotypical, and Mickey Mouse seems very helpless in the end. The human characters are just as cliché as Mickey Mouse, and the plot is a little confusing. I can not say that this is a bad film. I think that Disney has made a better film in the past. They do not need to make another film that has the same problems that the previous film did. However, they could do so much more with their characters if they would just show more of their potential.

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Sharon G.

Even if the actors aren't particularly good, this movie is a masterpiece. The sets are wonderful and the music adds an air of mystery to the proceedings. It's a fairy tale about love and loss and the triumph of the human spirit. It's even better than a lot of the movies you'll find on the Sci-Fi channel. It's a fairy tale, it's a fairy tale.

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Susan

Having been a long time fan of the book, I saw this film without any expectations. I am glad I went. This film is not the classic Disney version of Peter Pan. Instead it is an updated version. The idea of a teenage boy wanting to become a girl and making it happen by using magic and possibly his fairy godmother, is very strong in this movie. The book had a fairy godmother who inspired him to become a boy. This film has the same fairy godmother in the book, but her character is replaced by a close friend of Peter's mother, who inspires the boy to become a boy. She tells him to put on the hat and take on the persona of Peter. He starts with an innocent smile and face, but his attitude changes when he sees what a real boy should be like. Peter's mother becomes very involved in his actions and convinces him to change his behavior and become a boy. His mother and father are so supportive, that when he finally makes it happen, he is already getting ready to go into the world of girls. The concept of "boys will be boys" was very strong in the book, and it was used effectively in the movie. In this film, the "boys will be boys" mentality is played to it's fullest extent. The ending of the film is extremely powerful. It is sad, but also very uplifting. I highly recommend this film.

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Eric B.

I love this film and the movie itself is wonderful. In this film, we see a troubled man, who doesn't get along with his family, but still tries to be a good father. His life is changed when he finds a bear that is named after him and his life is changed forever. I loved the scenes where the bear was in the restaurant, watching people eat, and the scene when he was bringing the bear back to his home. That was such a beautiful scene. This movie was very funny and the scenes with the people, especially the father, were very sad. I like this movie because it was different and had a really great message. The acting was amazing, the director did a wonderful job. I give this movie a 7 out of 10.

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Thomas

The Disney version of the Muppet Show had one of the best music video movies of all time. It's one of my all time favorites and I love it every time I see it. The two Muppets who were featured in the movie "The Muppet Movie: An Unexpected Journey" were the Muppets' best friends. They were the Big Bad Wolf, the Grease Queen, and the Firecracker. It was the first time I had seen all of them in a movie. I was just about ready to throw my arm out of the window when I heard one of the music videos playing in the background. I was so thrilled and I couldn't wait to see it. I just couldn't wait for it to start. I had heard the story of the film but I was not sure what it would be about. I was very excited to see this film. The movie was great and I was very pleased with the movie. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone that wants to see a good movie that will make you laugh, cry, and cheer. I can't wait to see it again and I will definitely be buying this film when it comes out on DVD.

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Frank W.

A great first feature length film. Much has been said about the chemistry between Ben Affleck and Ben Stiller. I would like to think that their chemistry is what made the film work. They certainly are talented, and it is a joy to watch them share the screen together. But the reason I enjoyed the film is that it was about the things that go bump in the night. The things that you may think are small, but which really are, and which are not necessarily small at all. The things that go bump in the night. You never know who is going to go next, but you know that they will, and that is what makes the film so engaging. All the performances were very well done. I found myself truly immersed in the film. And the film was not just about one or two characters, but the entire film. It was one long story about one small story. The movie also gives you the impression that we are not actually alone on this planet. There is no black and white. It is a movie about the people who are on this planet. And I think that this is the reason that it works. This is a movie about a person who is on this planet. And this is a movie about how people can work together to create something great, and also how they can get along. The problem that many of us face is that we want to be a part of something bigger. I would love to see more movies that are like this. More movies that are about the people who are on this planet. And I think that this film really worked on that level. It is one of the best films of 2009, and is definitely one of the best films of all time. I would give it a 9/10.

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Kathy Perkins

The studio made a nice little movie about what a movie about a boy and his bear can be. They did a good job with the story and the animals. However, I didn't like how they just let the boy and the bear live in the same place for the entire movie. That didn't really give me a connection with the story. If you want a story about a boy and his bear, I suggest you go to "Big Hero 6."

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Samuel

The subject matter of this movie, for me, was probably the most problematic. The central conflict was the idea of "giftedness" versus "normal" ability. The story of a gifted child growing up with a father who is a perpetual drunk and a mother who is deeply flawed was heartbreaking. The children who were born with the gifts were, I think, at a very young age, too emotionally detached from their world to really relate to the consequences of their abilities. As a result, the empathy that the movie was trying to develop was a bit lost. The problem with this movie is that it takes place in the world of adults. In that world, normal ability and gifted ability are often confused. When someone has an ability that we see as normal, we may treat that person as an outsider. We may treat their abilities as disabilities. We may take them to task for their gifts, not because of their ability, but because of their lack of ability. This movie clearly dealt with a theme that would be considered taboo in the real world. It dealt with an issue of "normal" ability versus gifted ability. But for the average person, a child born with a gifted ability may seem to be a gift from God, but for a grown up, this may seem like a disability. We deal with this issue in our own families, and as adults, we often struggle with this issue, and this movie had the opportunity to be a powerful film. It was able to explore this issue and make us think about it, but it didn't. Instead, it dealt with the idea that children who are born with a talent, are supposed to have it because they were born with it, and it is a gift that is given by God. But if someone who is born with a talent is not born with a gift, they will never have it. That is, it is a gift that is given by God. A person born with a talent will never have a gift. So, this movie would have been powerful, but it didn't really go there.

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Elizabeth J.

POSSIBLE SPOILERS* The story of an abandoned boy who is adopted into a foster family and returns home to his crazy uncle and their wild adventures. The last 10 minutes or so are pretty solid and are the only time I really got bored. Some of the things that happen in this movie are pretty far fetched but still funny and made me smile and laugh at the same time. I mean the whole thing is just a bunch of stupid stuff that don't really make sense. The script could have been better but it was good enough. I like the plot of it and the acting was good. I would recommend this movie for a dark comedy with a little bit of heart. I am surprised at how many people are giving this a 1 because it is not a terrible movie. There are some funny parts in here. The movie also has a bit of a love story in it. If you like that kind of stuff you should check this out.

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Edward McCoy

We are quite a bit older now and many of us don't remember the childhood fun we had with the original King Kong. I did as a kid and still do and it remains as a fond memory. The first time I saw this I didn't understand why so many people were getting upset. It was the same reaction as the original Star Wars, you have to have the proper cultural background and we all know that the original Star Wars had a much bigger impact in the world of cinema and entertainment than the prequel. As a matter of fact, I'd go as far as to say it is the biggest Star Wars, possibly in the history of cinema. But the old fashioned elements are not lost in this movie. First and foremost we have a cast of real actors playing real people. Second of all, the plot is well executed, if a little long in the tooth. I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes nostalgia. It is the best modern remake of the original King Kong in my opinion.

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Helen B.

A well-made film. Mickey is the un-restrained tiger who fights the Mafia and his mother's killer. It's a little over-the-top, but there is a very definite point in the movie when it doesn't go that far and its too realistic. I enjoyed the movie. Very entertaining. A few lines are definitely Shakespearean, but I think this is more of a play. The acting is good, and the story is simple and easy to understand. I really enjoyed the movie, and I'd recommend it.

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Rose Rose

I saw this movie when I was just a kid and enjoyed it very much. I think it was just one of those films that you get excited about. The movie seems to focus on the "benevolent" side of everyone, and I think that is what makes it so enjoyable to watch. The ending seems to make you say "It could have been so much worse, but the end is so good" and that is the sort of thing I think about a lot. It is a movie that you will enjoy just for that reason alone. I think that it is still pretty good and I do not have any problems with it. I have to give it a 7 out of 10. It is still a great movie and I can't wait to see it again. I recommend this movie to everyone.

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Jonathan Curtis

This movie is a lot of fun and much more than I had expected. If you can see through the crass humor and see through the sex and nudity, you will have a good time watching this movie. If you can't, don't see it. The movie is a family movie with the usual elements, but it is very well made, the actors are very good, the story is fun and the pace is perfect. My kids really enjoyed it and they would probably watch it again. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who likes family movies and humor. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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Stephen

Saw this film in Cannes, where I had read about it before. And it's been great. This film shows the complexity of lives, the art and craft of telling stories and how they are both connected to one another. And the film's writing is great, the actors are very good, the story is interesting and the production and effects are perfect. Great film. Recommended. 7/10

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Donald

It is a delightful, funny movie. The characters are so lovable. The thing I didn't like is the ending. I thought it would have been a great ending, but it was a little too forced. I liked the fact that it was an excuse for an ex-con, because I felt like a lot of people in that position would feel that way. It's a really nice movie, but it's not for everyone. It is a really sweet story, but it's not for everyone.

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Brandon Butler

The title is good, so is the artwork, the opening song is lovely, but the plot is weak. The plot is just a rip-off of the "Snow White" story, and while it has the right to be a rip-off, it has the wrong to be a remake. You just need to put the two together, and you will get something, but it will be ugly and wrong. I have a feeling that this film has more soul than its art could ever be able to muster up.