Brother Bear 2

Synopsis: Kenai, still a bear and Koda strongly believe that they do not need any girl, just each other. Kenai dreams of Nita, a girl he had met and saved when he was very young. After giving her an amulet, and promising they'd be friends forever, Nita leaves for her home and Kenai never sees her again. We then see Nita, now grown up, beautiful and preparing her her wedding. However, the ancestors are not pleased, as Nita is already tied to Kenai. The only way for Nita to break their bond and be happily married is to journey to the very place where Kenai gave her the amulet and burn it together. As Kenai, Nita and Koda journey to the place together, Koda cannot help but feel worried that Kenai might abandon him altogether for Nita. Will Nita break the bond she shares with Kenai and marry another? Will Koda be abandoned by his big brother?
Director(s): Ben Gluck
Production: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
74 min

Waking up in the light

Of a shiny new day

Giving thanks to the moon

for guiding my way

There is no greater gift to the soul

Than each breath

that my body can hold

So, great spirits

Hear my voice today

Welcome, magic

Welcome, sweet sun ray

Love is no secret

Look all around you

Welcome to this day


Look out! She's after us, eh!

- Oh, jeez.

- You gotta help us!

- You gotta hide us, eh.

- Oh, jeez. Too late. Here she comes!

I told you that was no moosette.

Well, she looked like one from behind.

What's gotten into you two?

- Well, it's that time of year, eh.

- Spring fever.

Spring what?

- Yeah, you know, like the birds.

- Yeah, and the bees.

And the moosettes. If you know what

we mean by moosettes.

Yeah, well, don't look now,

but your girlfriend's back.

Look all around you

Welcome, magic

Welcome, sweet sun ray

Love is no secret

Look all around you

Welcome to this day

Awesome! Let's do it again.

Hey, Kenai.

- Hiya, Tug.

- Where y'all off to in such a hurry?

Crowberry Ridge.

We're gonna get dibs.

There's elderberries,

salmonberries, raspberries,

whortleberries, strawberries,

huckleberries, crowberries...

Hey, hey, slow down now.

That's a lot of berries.

Yeah, there's plenty.

You wanna come with us?

Yoo-hoo! Tug!

Well, I'd love to, little Koda,

but can't keep the girls waiting.

Aw, who needs girls?

We're two footloose guys out on the tundra.

That's right. Kenai and Koda.

We don't need anybody else.

Okay, but you can't run from love.


It has a way of tracking you down.

Hi, Hoonah.

You look mighty lovely today.

Did you see the look on Tug's face?

"Can't keep the girls waiting. "

All right. How about we get some rest?

Rest? We've been hibernating

for six months.

- Who needs rest?

- Who needs rest?

A couple bears who are gonna beat all

the other bears to Crowberry Ridge.

And we're gonna get first dibs

on the berries, right?

Yeah, you bet.

- If you promise to go to sleep.

- Okay, okay.

I know all bears like berries,

but I love berries.

Good night, Koda.

Are you a berry-liker or a berry-lover?

Good night, Koda.



Whoo! Yeah!

- Race you to Hokani Falls!

- Wait up!

Here I come!



We're always gonna be best friends, huh?



Nita, time to go!

Goodbye, Kenai.

See you!

Bye, Nita!

Bye, Nita.

Bye, Nita. Uh?

So, who's Nita?

Huh? What?

Did you know you talk in your sleep?

You were going, "Nita! Nita!"

So who's Nita?

She's a girl I used to know.

Whatever happened to her?

I don't know. I guess she grew up.

He's here! He's here!

- The groom is here!

- We must hurry. Let us prepare.

Hurry up! I wanna see him.

I wanna see Atka.

Nita, he's here!

They're here.

Prepare for the ceremonies.

He must have brought

his entire village with him.

Well, my sweet, this marriage

is extremely important.

That's why we came to help you get ready.

Oh, no, no. That's okay.

I can get myself ready.

Ah, go ahead. Use all the water.

Then we'll just air dry your hair.

Air dry? Certainly not.

Towel dry is shinier.

You know...

We'll put your hair up

to show off your beautiful eyes.

Up? No, down, of course,

to frame that beautiful face.

No, we're gonna put it up to show it off better.

- Down.

- Up.

- I'm gonna say down.

- Uh...

Oh, she's nervous. She needs to eat.

- I'll go get some smoked salmon.

- But I...

Salmon? On a nervous stomach?

She needs hackberry root steeped in rainwater.

In the morning? No!

No, no, I'm fine.

I think I'll feel better when I'm dressed.


I have just the outfit for you.

Oh, but you don't understand.

I already have one picked out.

Simple reindeer hide.

Slimming, yet elegant.

No, caribou. Feathers. Lots of beads.

- Beads? Are you nuts?

- Reindeer for a wedding?

- No more beads.

- Seashells, then.

- What is it with you and your seashells?

- I love seashells!


I do believe I am feeling a bit hungry.

- I'll get the salmon.

- I'll get the tea.

Okay. Get plenty of both.

You look as beautiful in that dress

as your mother did on our wedding day.

Thanks, Daddy.

I wanted to wear something of hers today.

Oh, that means so much to me.

Your mother would be so proud.

I wish she was here.

Oh, she is.

In here.

Once you love someone,

they stay in your heart forever.

Are you ready to meet Atka?


- Hmm?

- Mmm-hmm.

Great spirits, we come before you today

to bond this man and this woman as one.

We pray this pleases you.

Watch out!


The spirits are trying to tell us something.

It must be a sign.

I don't understand.

How could this happen?

The villagers say it's a sign.

The villagers?

What the heck do they know?

Do you want the advice

of the villagers or a professional?

Oh, no, definitely a professional.

They say that in all the tribes,

you are the wisest shaman.

Sha-woman, okay?

"Wise" and "man" don't even belong

in the same sentence.

Let's get down to business.

So the ice cracked right out from under you.

Sure you haven't put on a few pounds?

Come on, girl to girl.

No, my weight's been constant.

Well, lucky you, Miss Constant Weight.

Tell you what.

Why don't we just ask the spirits, okay?


Uh-huh. Yeah.

What? What are they saying?

Don't interrupt. It ain't all about you.


They say...

You can't marry Ka-ka!

- Atka.

- Whatever.

The point is, you're already

matched up, Miss Two Timer.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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