The Bear (1988) 720p YIFY Movie

The Bear (1988)

L'ours is a movie starring Tchéky Karyo, Bart the Bear, and Youk the Bear. An orphan bear cub hooks up with an adult male as they try to dodge human hunters.

IMDB: 7.73 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Family
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.17G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 94
  • IMDB Rating: 7.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 0

The Synopsis for The Bear (1988) 720p

The director of (1981) creates yet another film in nature with almost no human dialogue in this picturesque story of an orphaned bear cub who is adopted by an adult male bear and must avoid hunters. Bart the Bear stars in this anthropomorphic fantasy.


The Director and Players for The Bear (1988) 720p

[Director]Jean-Jacques Annaud
[Role:]Jack Wallace
[Role:]Youk the Bear
[Role:]Bart the Bear
[Role:]Tchéky Karyo


The Reviews for The Bear (1988) 720p


Entertaining and fun Bear movie shot in marvelous outdoors with very well trained bearsReviewed byma-cortesVote: 8/10

Enjoyable kiddie film about the adventurer life of an awesome bear and the feats on the wildness , as the animal has to survive on his own , facing off dangers and risks . Picturesque story about an orphan bear cub hooks up with an adult male as they attempt to dodge human hunters played by Tcheky Karyo and Jack Wallace . He's an orphan called ¨Bart the Bear¨ at the start of a journey throughout meadows , woods and mountains . Bart stars this dangerous journey to survive and being relentlessly pursued by two stubborn hunters.

This is a wonderful film , an ecologist story dealing with orphaned bear cub that is adopted by an adult male bear and must avoid two obstinate hunters . The tale of the extraordinary existence and times of a little bear is well written by Gerard Brach , Roman Polanski's usual , being based on novel titled "The Grizzly King" by James Oliver Curwood . The impressive scenery , photography and music enhance the story of Bart and his adoptive father . The scenes featuring the bears were breathtaking , plenty of pranks and frolics , their legs moving together in smooth rhythm , they were all absolutely beautiful . There are some rousing animal shots , it must have been hell getting the bears to "act" . The story is treated in good sense and high sensibility ; environment , mountains , forests combine to enhance the glories of nature, one of which, after all, is silence . Because in the wild, male bears usually eat bear cubs if they can, the filmmakers prepared the adult Bart the Bear for the cub by having him play with a teddy bear the size and fur color of the cub , when the trainers felt he was ready, he was introduced to the cub and he greeted the cub affectionately . Glimmer and colorful cinematography by Philippe Rousselot , splendidly filmed in spectacular landscapes from Dolomites , Italy . Sensitive and emotive musical score by Philippe Sarde . For the music lover, ¨The Bear¨ is a sensible ride in which the music all too well toys with the soul , it is so delicately composed, performed, and chosen for the movie that it is worth seeing just to enjoy the soundtrack . The magnificent filmmaker Annaud creates yet another picture in nature with almost no human dialogue such as ¨Quest for fire¨ in this agreeable flick . Excellently directed and produced by the French Jean Jacques Annaud , an expert on animal films as proved in ¨Running Free¨ about horses and ¨Two brothers¨ dealing with tigers . The bottom line is if you love animals at all , then you will completely adore this film . Rating : Better than average , worthwhile watching .

Bears, man, dogs- the great circle of lifeReviewed bylib-4Vote: 7/10

From the first moment when you see the little bear and his mom digging for honey I was entranced with this film. The whole aura of life in the wild- the mountain lions that prey on other animals and the bear is certainly an omnivore! I don't know how the filmmakers got all that great footage but I enjoyed seeing life through the eyes of the orphaned cub. The scenery is breathtaking. The hunters were almost an intrusion in the film, but in the end they helped to bring the story full circle. This film was recommened to me by a man who never reads, he waxed so about this film I had to see it and I agree it is both a nature film and an allegory on life.

Wonderful.Reviewed byHey_SwedenVote: 8/10

Based on James-Oliver Curwoods' 1917 novel "The Grizzly King", "The Bear" is quite remarkable, a heart tugging and involving drama where animal actors are at the forefront. At the beginning, a grizzly cub is orphaned, and the poor little thing eventually hooks up with an adult Kodiak bear. The big and fearsome Kodiak becomes the cubs' companion and protector, but is itself a tempting prize for a pair of hunters, Bill (Jack Wallace), and Tom (Tcheky Karyo).

Written by Gerard Brach ("Repulsion", "Frantic") and directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud ("Quest for Fire"), what's nice about "The Bear" is how well it manages to promote love and respect for Mother Nature. It's a beautifully shot (by Philippe Rousselot), picturesque story, with no shortage of perils into which our four legged heroes are placed. It may be hard for some people to watch at times, although scenes of harm to animals were faked as best as possible using special effects. (Admittedly, the blood looks rather like paint.) It's sometimes manipulative, to be honest, but it still engages the viewer, thanks to a delightful pair of performances by Bart (the Kodiak) and Youk (the cub). Youk in particular is adorable. Wallace and Karyo are good, refraining from being purely one dimensional. Philippe Sarde composed the touching music score.

The film is actually not without humour, and even creates some surreal "nightmare" sequences containing striking imagery.

Must viewing for lovers of both cinema and animals.

Eight out of 10.

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