History Heartwarming / BrotherBear

15th Mar '18 7:05:36 PM TheCoolKat1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In general, there's Kenai, Koda, Rutt, Tuke and Nita's amiable interactions in the sequel. In the original film, the bear bros were almost killed by something or another every ten minutes, and had the bombshell of [[spoiler: Kenai hunting Koda's mother]] hanging over their heads, waiting to drop. In the LighterAndSofter sequel, the terror and angst don't really start to set in until the last act, so they get to just be close friends on road trip far more often.

to:

* In general, there's Kenai, Koda, Rutt, Tuke and Nita's amiable interactions in the sequel. In the original film, the bear bros were almost killed by something or another every ten minutes, and had the bombshell of [[spoiler: Kenai hunting Koda's mother]] hanging over their heads, waiting to drop. In the LighterAndSofter sequel, the terror and angst don't really start to set in until the last act, so they get to just be close friends on a road trip far more often.
15th Mar '18 6:50:59 PM TheCoolKat1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* In general, there's Kenai, Koda, Rutt, Tuke and Nita's amiable interactions in the sequel. In the original film, the bear bros were almost killed by something or another every ten minutes, and had the bombshell of [[spoiler: Kenai hunting Koda's mother]] hanging over their heads, waiting to drop. In the LighterAndSofter sequel, the terror and angst don't really start to set in until the last act, so they get to just be close friends on road trip far more often.
12th Feb '18 1:38:09 AM TheCoolKat1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** It's just as heartwarming on Koda's end. "No Way Out" could easily and understandably severed their friendship for good, but after some grief, it ultimately survives beyond that: Koda, with full knowledge now, decides he would still like to be Kenai's friend, faults and all. Koda's own faults as a person start to emerge in the sequel, and they work past that as well.

to:

** It's just as heartwarming on Koda's end. "No Way Out" could easily and understandably severed their friendship for good, but after some grief, it ultimately survives beyond that: Koda, with full knowledge now, decides he would still like to be Kenai's keep Kenai as a friend, faults and all. Koda's own faults as a person start to emerge in the sequel, and they work past that as well.
25th Sep '17 5:58:08 PM TheCoolKat1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** It's just as heartwarming on Koda's end. "No Way Out" could easily and understandably severed their friendship for good, but after some grief, it ultimately survives beyond that: Koda, who has full knowledge now, decides he would still like to be Kenai's friend, faults and all. Koda's own faults as a person start to emerge in the sequel, and they work past that as well.

to:

** It's just as heartwarming on Koda's end. "No Way Out" could easily and understandably severed their friendship for good, but after some grief, it ultimately survives beyond that: Koda, who has with full knowledge now, decides he would still like to be Kenai's friend, faults and all. Koda's own faults as a person start to emerge in the sequel, and they work past that as well.
25th Sep '17 5:58:08 PM TheCoolKat1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message
25th Sep '17 9:10:27 AM TheCoolKat1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* It's easy to miss, since the moose brothers are only recurring characters in the films, but there's also Rutt and Tuke's relationship with Koda. Like Kenai, they develop a soft spot for a bear cub that's not a member of their species. In a deleted scene for the first film, they take Koda's side during an argument with Kenai, and in the sequel, despite being well established as [[LovableCoward lovable cowards]], [[spoilers: they quickly accompany Kenai on a rescue mission to save 'smallish bear' from a village of human hunters]].

to:

* It's easy to miss, since the moose brothers are only recurring characters in the films, but there's also Rutt and Tuke's relationship with Koda. Like Kenai, they develop a soft spot for a bear cub that's not a member of their species. In a deleted scene for the first film, they take Koda's side during an argument with Kenai, and in the sequel, despite being well established as [[LovableCoward lovable cowards]], [[spoilers: [[spoiler: they quickly accompany Kenai on a rescue mission to save 'smallish bear' from a village of human hunters]].
25th Sep '17 9:08:25 AM TheCoolKat1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* It's easy to miss, since the moose brothers are only recurring characters in the films, but there's also Rutt and Tuke's relationship with Koda. Like Kenai, they develop a soft spot for a bear cub that's not a member of their species. In a deleted scene for the first film, they take Koda's side during an argument with Kenai, and in the sequel, despite being well established as [[LovableCoward lovable cowards]], they quickly accompany Kenai on a rescue mission to save 'smallish bear' from a village of human hunters.
* Kenai earnestly helping Nita conquer her aquaphobia at the river. He's come a long way from the short-sighted teen he was at the start of the original film.

to:

* It's easy to miss, since the moose brothers are only recurring characters in the films, but there's also Rutt and Tuke's relationship with Koda. Like Kenai, they develop a soft spot for a bear cub that's not a member of their species. In a deleted scene for the first film, they take Koda's side during an argument with Kenai, and in the sequel, despite being well established as [[LovableCoward lovable cowards]], [[spoilers: they quickly accompany Kenai on a rescue mission to save 'smallish bear' from a village of human hunters.
hunters]].
* Kenai earnestly helping Nita conquer her aquaphobia at in the river. He's come a long way from the short-sighted teen he was at the start of the original film.
25th Sep '17 9:00:03 AM TheCoolKat1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* Kenai earnestly helping Nita conquer her aquaphobia at the river. He's come a long way from the short-sighted teen he was at the start of the original film.
18th Sep '17 3:17:15 PM TheCoolKat1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** It's just as heartwarming on Koda's end. "No Way Out" could easily and justifiably severed their friendship for good, but after some grief, it ultimately survives beyond that: Koda, who has full knowledge now, decides he would still like to be Kenai's friend, faults and all. Koda's own faults as a person start to emerge in the sequel, and they work past that as well.

to:

** It's just as heartwarming on Koda's end. "No Way Out" could easily and justifiably understandably severed their friendship for good, but after some grief, it ultimately survives beyond that: Koda, who has full knowledge now, decides he would still like to be Kenai's friend, faults and all. Koda's own faults as a person start to emerge in the sequel, and they work past that as well.
18th Sep '17 2:59:07 PM TheCoolKat1995
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Koda's optimism and enthusiasm in "On My Way". The boy loves his adventures.

to:

* Koda's optimism and pure enthusiasm in "On My Way". The boy loves his adventures.
This list shows the last 10 events of 36. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Heartwarming.BrotherBear