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Bear Reviews: The Incredibles

This June, Bear Reviews is looking back at some of the classic movies from Pixar.     Is The Incredibles actually Randian propaganda disguised as a family-friendly super hero movie? Probably not, but I’ll let YOU decide. But what I won’t let you decide is how much this movie cares about bears. It doesn’t. Although… Read more »

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Bear Reviews: Toy Story

This June, Bear Reviews is looking back at some of the classic movies that Pixar has released over the years. And what better place to start than at the very beginning? Tell your friends! Tell your family! Tell your local zoo! Bear Reviews is reviewing classic Pixar movies, just for you!   Toy Story asks… Read more »

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Bear Reviews: Spy

  Spy more or less answers the question: “What if there was a Bond movie where Bond was actually a drunken buffoon who didn’t actually get anything done, but instead an unconventional Bond girl did all the real work?” Despite its excellence, Spy cares more about spying than it does about bears, an animal species… Read more »

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Bear Reviews: The Broadway Melody (1929)

This May, Bear Reviews is reviewing Oscar Winners of the 1920s. Which is easy because there are only two of them!   The Broadway Melody is about three assholes, two of whom conspire to not allow one of the assholes to date a sleaze, but instead to date one of them, who is also a… Read more »

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Bear Reviews: Wings (1927)

This May, Bear Reviews is reviewing Oscar Winners of the 1920s, which will be easy since there are only two of them! Wings is about one man’s obsession with bubbles, which leads to an obsession with flying. While there are no actual bears in Wings, there is a teddy bear that one of the main… Read more »

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Bear Reviews: Mad Max: Fury Road

Mad Mad: Fury Road is about Bane getting his trademarked mask stolen from him by Toecutter from the original Mad Max movie. This upsets young Bane a great deal and causes him to drive away with a bald Aileen Wuornos. The film contains no bears, but it does provide representation to often neglected members of… Read more »

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Bear Reviews: Age of Ultron

Avengers: Age of Ultron is about how the under-appreciated third Olsen sister learns how to break away from her family’s troubled past and make new friends by pretending to have a Russian accent. Fans of Joss Whedon’s ealier works will no doubt recognize the trope. While the second Avengers movie contains no bears, it does have… Read more »

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Bear Reviews: Wolfcop

While on the surface Wolfcop seems to be nothing more than a campy horror-comedy about a wolf-man who is also a wolf-cop, when viewed through a bear lens the movie becomes an allegory for the persecution of Jews, from the atrocities of the 1940s through the modern-day reaction some had to the ClickHole article “Five… Read more »

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Bear Reviews: Woman in Gold

Woman in Gold is about Tyrion Lannister’s dad trying to convince the Green Lantern to make sound financial decisions as his wife is pregnant with their second child; the Green Lantern doesn’t listen. Although there are no bears in Woman in Gold, there is Tatiana Maslany; and based on her excellent work in Orphan Black,… Read more »

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Bear Reviews: It Follows

Although there are no members of the bear species in It Follows, there are several pairs of bare breasts; and since we here at Bear Reviews are a homophone friendly environment, It Follows receives a full-hearted recommendation from our staff. Grade:  (out of 5 bears)