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Salena G over 5 years ago
Even crappier than the 1st and the 1st wasn't very good either. Still like the AR aspects.
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Xénia Tímár almost 6 years ago
Open Season 2 is a direct-to-video sequel to the 2006 computer animated film Open Season, produced by Sony Pictures Animation, directed by Matthew O'Callaghan, co-directed by Todd Wilderman, and produced by Kirk Bodyfelt and Matthew O'Callaghan. Most of the supporting cast reprised their voice roles, however Martin Lawrence, Ashton Kutcher, and Patrick Warburton do not reprise their roles as Boog, Elliot, and Ian from the first film; instead, Mike Epps, Joel McHale, and Matthew W. Taylor voice Boog, Elliot, and Ian respectively. The film takes one year after the events of the first film. Elliot (Joel McHale) has grown giant new antlers and is getting married to Giselle (Jane Krakowski). But during a mishap, Elliot's new antlers are cracked off and now look like they did in the first film, which upsets him. Luckily, Boog (Mike Epps) and the others manage to cheer Elliot up by having a rabbit fight. But Elliot has new emotions about his marriage and feels reluctant to marry Giselle. Mr....
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