Open Season 2

Synopsis: Elliott incessantly parades proudly with his antlers, until unwise rock-jumping sees them crushed, and thus his new pride. Bride Giselle thinks Elliott has commitment anxiety when he rushes off to take the lead in the rescue of canine buddy Mr. Weenie, who is kidnapped by a poodle's gang of master-devoted pets determined to reconvert him. The feral gang has great trouble even penetrating the heavily guarded holiday resort where the brainwashing attempt is happening.
Director(s): Matthew O'Callaghan, Todd Wilderman (co-director)
Production: Sony Pictures Entertainment
  2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.6
PG
Year:
2008
76 min
Website
458 Views

The forest in spring.

A time of renewal...

...of rebirth...

...of unbridled optimism...

...when new beginnings begin...

...and where the mighty mule deer...

...prepares for his upcoming

mating ritual.

One lucky doe will get to spend her life

with this fine specimen of a buck.

His magnificent antlers,

a testament to his great prowess...

...his strength, his masculinity,

his awesomeness!

His super- incredible coolness!

His amazing kick-butt-ocity!

- Ladies and gentlemen, here I...

- All right, Elliot.

Enough about your new rack

already, man.

Aye. Give it a rest,

you freak of nature.

- We grow tiresome of this talk of rack.

- It's true. We do.

- He's right, you know.

- Boring.

Like I never talk

about anything else.

Have you seen my new horns?

They're completely natural.

All me. Yes!

That tree is huge.

Like my antlers! Yeah!

Yes!

Oh, my rack is huge.

Yes!

Well, this time,

I have something big to say.

You know, not as big as my antlers.

I got you again, yes!

- Nailed it!

- Oh, come on.

- We got a ceremony to get to.

- Okay, okay, okay.

I'd just like to thank you...

...Boog, Mr. Weenie, Buddy,

Serge, Deni and McSquizzy...

...my closest, dearest friends,

for being here for me...

...on the most important day

of my life.

Yeah. You're welcome. Now, let's...

Unfortunately, the bachelor buck

stops here.

But I begin a new chapter

with Giselle...

...my doe, my deer, my female deer.

- That's a really nice thought...

- As my single life ends...

...finishes, expires, perishes...

...goes down in a blazing ball

of flames with no survivors...!

Elliot, relax.

- Now, let's get a move on, man.

- Yeah, we go to the wedding.

Wedding?

- Nuptials.

- Okay, just one minute.

- Let's get this over with.

- Hold on. Be right there.

Just polished these boys,

don't wanna scratch them.

Hurry, Elliot! Come on.

I'm falling.

- Careful!

- Oh, snap.

- Too late.

- Oh, that was smooth.

Elliot, don't look.

- Oh, he looked.

- He's going to blow.

Everybody, duck!

- Was that Elliot?

- I'm telling you...

...when you're in love, you hear

your man's voice everywhere.

- You know it, girl.

- You got that right.

Oh, Maria.

Doesn't she look beautiful?

- Thank you, Rosie.

- Our sweet Giselle's getting hitched.

- I think I'm gonna cry.

- Oh, it's okay.

- Elliot?

- Well, hello there, ladies.

- Oh, hi, Ian.

- Hello, Ian.

Just want to inform you

that the ceremony begins...

...at 0800 hours.

- Good to know.

If it all goes according to plan...

And it will.

- We'll finish up at 0900 hours...

...with a berry and dewdrop

reception brunch to follow.

- Great. Thanks, Ian.

- Not a problem.

Oh, and, Giselle,

there's still some time...

...if you'd rather be served some

beefcake instead of the pansy-loaf...

...if you know what I mean.

And I think you do.

I don't generally

go for venison, but...

...girl, that dish is fine.

- Don't you know it.

- Don't you know it.

No, thank you.

Elliot is all the man I'll ever need.

My rack. My beautiful rack.

Stop boo-hooing, you wee jessie.

- They'll grow back.

- Yeah, they're gonna grow back.

Just like the last time

you broke them, man.

And the time before that.

- And the time before that.

- What if it's a sign?

- A sign not to get...

- Get what?

- Married.

See this here? Now, this is sad.

- Poor Elliot.

- We need a diversion.

Hey, I know just the diversion...

...to take his mind off his antler.

We break his hoof with a large stone.

- Yeah, a large stone!

- A boulder.

I can't believe it. I mean, I can't...

I know what you're do...

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