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User 1 Review:
One of the most unfunny, boring bachelor party movies I have ever seen. The elements that make up Big Bear are hardly fresh but this one doesn't suffer from lack of originality as much as it does a lack of everything else. There is so little to this film that it barely constitutes a film, that said, it still manages to go from bad to utter shit in under 90 minutes. No one does anything in this movie, probably because the newbie filmmakers were afraid to do anything wrong. Clearly those behind the camera lacked competence and confidence, and it shows to a pathetic degree. There's a cabin, a kidnapping, and 75+ minutes of agonizing nothing. If your idea of humor is Adam Brody with a mustache, check out Big Bear immediately but remember, you've been warned.
User 2 Review:
Big Bear, a comedy that I can relate to! Sometimes we can all use the encouragement of our friends to face our fears and get the bear off of our chest. This film took me on a voyage of self-discovery when Joe (Joey Kern) has a late epiphany about the turmoil in his life. Thanks to his friends, booze and some unexpected help he has a remarkable breakthrough. Big Bear is a comically light-hearted film with a charismatic cast that reminds us of the best buds in our lives. I had a blast watching the four friends interact with each other, as they reminded me of myself and my own pack. Definitely would recommend this fun film!
User 3 Review:
The comedy Big Bear was as refreshing as it was funny. Joey Kern did an outstanding job on his first directorial film. The comedy was a nice reminder of how easily unexpected friendships can form. When Joey Kern's character (Joe) and Pablo Schreiber's character (Dude) have a chat in the midst of nature, I was able to identify with Joe's struggle as he realized he was about to commit the same mistake as the Dude in his previous marriage. I was pleasantly surprised by how natural the conversation flowed, considering the Dude was digging his own grave shortly before. The nature scenery brought back reminders of how humble you have to be to admit your failures in life, but also pick up and keep living. Kern's film was a breath of fresh air after the storms that have recently rumbled past our lives.