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(666) 6.6 88 min 2019

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.

Ben Rosenfield, Camila Morrone, James Badge Dale, Calvin Demba
Annabelle Attanasio

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Annabelle Attanasio
Writer Annabelle Attanasio
Stars Ben Rosenfield, Camila Morrone, James Badge Dale, Calvin Demba
Country USA
Also Known As Mickey i niedźwiedź, Miki i Medved
Runtime 1H 28M
Description 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.

Top reviews

Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 11:55

It seems that the Walt Disney Co. has decided to mix up the various Disney classics with some of its own ones and so is my next best guess as to how the Disney Studio wants to make the new movies. Is it the power of the voice of the person that it's so much fun to watch or is it the nostalgia of the old animated classics? It would seem that in this case, the latter. So I will see this one, a look at the lives of three people who are on the Disney way of living. The only difference between the three is that each one was the son or daughter of one of the most famous and successful cartoonists in the world: Walt Disney. And because they are all looking for their own redemption, the story of how they find it is very touching. The film was written by George Miller and directed by Adam Arkin who both deserve all the accolades they are getting. It's a movie about a single mother and her two kids, whose daughter (played by the beautiful and adorable Sophia Myles) has just been kidnapped. And while searching for her, the mother comes across a mysterious orphan boy named Jim (played by the dashing and talented Leonardo DiCaprio) who claims to be a legitimate inhabitant of the hood. It's a love story. It's a family drama. And it's a little bit of everything. The characters are very rich and full of life and the background is very, very rich as well. A lot of people love to watch children suffer and there's a little bit of this going on here. But the key to the film is that it's quite subtle and often overlooked. The films main goal is not to show you how miserable or painful the lives of those kids are, but to show you how they make their way in the world. It's about learning how to see the world from the eyes of someone else. It's about having a simple and normal life and being able to deal with the basic needs of life. It's about getting the job done. It's about making a living. It's about finding a sense of belonging to the human race. And while the film has a lot to say about family, in the end the film would be so much more powerful if it would have a message about something. I won't spoil it here, but the only thing that was not mentioned was the reason why the parents were not acting like the real parents were and there was no mention at all about how the parents got on the Disney way of living. If it had been, it would have been a bigger deal. In fact, there is a few scattered minor revelations throughout the film that you will have to find out yourself. So if you liked family films like The Secret Life of Pets or Maleficent or even some of the recent Pixar movies, then I can't wait to see this one. I hope you like it too.
Sunday, 24 May 2020 16:09

Spoilers herein: (I'll try not to spoil too much, but I'm afraid I've spoiled too much already.) While the ending of the Mickey and the bear movie was surprising, I felt the movie was very true to the original book. Although it didn't really deliver on the cliffhanger part, it was still really great. It did have a few flaws, but it was still good. The main one was when Mickey became too old to be a bear. He seemed a bit out of place and silly. He actually seemed like a little kid at times. In the book, he did a pretty great job. Also, the movie didn't even bother to tell the old bear the important information about the city of Atlantis, so that part felt a bit weak. The rest of the characters were fantastic. Phil was played perfectly by Mickey. Again, I felt the movie was very faithful. I was very satisfied with the ending. Mickey finally became a real bear. He was just about the only character in the movie that was believable. There was also a pretty good scene with Mickey and Walter about five minutes into the movie. There was a lot of thought that went into the ending. It was really well done. The cast was superb, with especially Sam Elliot and Josh Lucas (as Carl and Frank). It was fun to see them as different versions of the same person. I thought there were a few parts in the movie that could have been better. First of all, the audience didn't really care about the relationships between the characters. The writer could have done a lot better with the subplots, but for the most part, the characters were great. The setting was very realistic. It was at times dark and foreboding, and other times, quite bright and cheerful. I especially liked the setting, but I would have liked to see more of it. The whole thing was well made and well acted, although it could have been better. I do think the film could have been better. Mickey's body was really great and very well done. It was impressive. I thought the director did a great job. The story was intriguing, and I was very entertained. I think this movie is a great, entertaining way to spend an hour and a half. It is far from perfect, but I think it was very good.
Tuesday, 12 May 2020 09:46

I thought the musical numbers were wonderful and did well in keeping with the story line. I thought the chemistry between the actors was great, and I loved the idea of how the music had to be set by the film. There were also some funny parts with the characters, and I found it interesting how some of the main characters could relate to others in the same situation as them in many ways. I found myself smiling at the characters at many times, because of the small things that they would do that were different for everyone in the story. I thought the one-liners were great, and made me laugh out loud several times. I also liked how the ending of the movie ended. I have to say, the ending of the movie was great, and I really didn't know what to expect. I was surprised how they used the musical numbers to tell the story, and how well they did that. I liked the message that the movie was trying to get across, and how it was moving, and how much I could relate to the characters. There were many reasons why I liked this movie, but I think that is because it was well-made, and did a good job of telling the story. I liked how the characters and how they all looked, and I think it was very good that they had to be made to look old, and even scared. I also like how the movie didn't end in a great way. I think it was good because it left a lot of mystery, and I felt it was making the audience think a lot about what was going on. I thought the movie was a good plot with good things about it. It is a good movie, and I would recommend it.

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