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Brother Bear | Part 3

Quotes This a nice patch here. Don't go near this patch here. Something went here. Ahh! Skinny. Fat. Skinny. Fat. Hey, I've got a mountain to get to. Come on, kid. I told you before. My name's Koda. Say it with me. Ko... Da. Sure your mom didn't ditch you, Ko-duh? Humph. Rutt. Go away, eh, I'm eating twigs. Rutt. You're breaking my concentration. We should start running, like now! I can't. I'm still digesting, eh. I'll get cramps. Whoa, gee! He's after us! Come on, little brother. Cramp! If you really want to know how me and my mom got separated... I was saving this story for the salmon run, but I'll tell you. It was probably the fifth or sixth most coldest day in my entire life. Sounds good. You should save it. You think so? Oh, yeah. For your friends. Oh. Well, I have this other story. Tell you what. How about no talking? Okay. Then I'll sing. No, no, no. Tell everybody I'm on my way Will you stop it? New friends and new places to see Come on, quit it. Shh! Koda, stop singing. Yes, I'm on my way And there's nowhere else that I'd rather be Tell everybody I'm on my way And I'm loving every step I take With the sun beating down Yes, I'm on my way And I can't keep this smile off my face 'Cause there's nothing like seeing each other again No matter what the distance between And the stories that we tell will make you smile Oh, it really lifts my heart So tell them all I'm on my way New friends and new places to see And to sleep under the stars Who could ask for more? With the moon keeping watch over me Not the snow, not the rain can change my mind The sun will come out, wait and see And the feeling of the wind in your face Can lift your heart, whoa There's nowhere I would rather be 'Cause I'm on my way now Well and true I'm on my way now Hey, hold on, eh? Wait up. How's it going, bear boy? And, uh, smallish bear. I didn't know you had a little brother. He's cute. Actually, he's... There was this hunter following us. We was thinking if we could maybe just hang out with you guys. Just hang out. Yeah, it'd be fun. If the hunter was going to catch up... Then you'd eat him. That's what we was thinking. We lost the hunter at the glacier. You don't think he'll follow those? They are quite nice. I've got an idea. Okay, this is really weird. I'm driving. When can I have a turn? It's not as easy as it looks. Just watch what I do. Let's get a back seat or something. I look like you hunted me. Tell everybody I'm on my way Hey, come on. And I just can't wait to be there Blue skies ahead Yes, I'm on my way Nothing but good times to share So tell everybody I'm on my way And I just can't wait to be home With the sun beating down Yes, I'm on my way With nothing but good times to show I'm on my way Yes, I'm on my way Beauty, eh? Okay, here's how I remember it. The snow is white, it's all right. Yellow or green, it's just not clean. I learned that one the hard way. That reminds me. Last year at the salmon run my friend Bucky dared me. But I'd heard of a cub who stuck his tongue to an iceberg. Then he started to float away. To save him they had to rip off his tongue, so now he hath to talk like thith all the time and... Do you ever stop talking? Oh! Look. The night rainbow. You can see the spirits from here. You know about the great spirits? Yeah, my grandma's up there, and my granddad. Mom says the spirits make all the magical changes in the world. Like how the leaves change colour, or the moon changes shapes, or tadpoles change into frogs. Yeah, I get it. You know, for a change, maybe they could just leave things alone. What do you mean? My brother's a spirit. If it wasn't for him, I... I wouldn't be here. You have a brother up there? What happened to him? He was killed by a... By a monster. What's your brother's name? Sitka. Thanks, Sitka. If it weren't for you, I would have never met Kenai. I always wanted a brother. So, you want to play "I spy"? All right. I'll go first. Okay.
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I spy something green. Tree? Oh! My turn? Yeah. Okay, I spy something tall. Tree. Okay. I spy something with bark. Tree? Okay, I spy something, uh... A vertical log. Tree. Okay, I spy something... Tree. My turn. Tree. No, I... It counts. I didn't even spy anything. It counts. Okay. Tree. Let's play something else. Koda. Come on. Koda, wake up. Two more months, Mom. So, where are we? Well, which way? I think it's that way. You think, or you know? That way? Why wasn't I turned into a homing pigeon? Come on. Hey, riding mammoths was your idea. Thanks for the ride, guys. See you. Lucky for you, I've been lost worse than this. Last summer, I was with Bucky... Enough with the stories. I don't care about the time you and Binky found the world's biggest pine cone ever. First of all, his name's Bucky, not Binky. Second, it wasn't a pine cone, it was a pine nut. And it was huge. Even bigger than your fat head. Oh, gee, our big guardian bear is leaving, eh? Yeah. We'd better follow him. Come on. Can you swing your leg... I can't get off. Me, neither. Okay, you guys... I guess we'll just catch up with those guys later, eh? Good trip, eh? Beauty. You know, I was thinking now might be a good time for me to drive. Just relax and enjoy the ride. Yeah. Okay. Whee. I'm sorry we're lost, okay? Even though it's your fault. My fault? That's it. Just remember, if it weren't for me, you'd be hanging upside down. Better than being stuck nowhere with you and your blabbering mouth. "I'm lost. I can't find my mommy. Will you take me to the salmon run?" Why don't you just grow up? Fine. I'll go on my own then. Fine. Go ahead. Fine. Fine. Fine. Koda? Koda? Whoa. Those monsters are really scary. Especially with those sticks. Come on, let's go. So, you recognise anything yet? Or maybe you can't see past my fat head. So, do you really think I have a fat head? Well, if you hunched your shoulders a little it wouldn't seem so big. Oh, you mean like this? Or like this? How about this? Oh, my, that was good. Maybe they can give us directions. Oh! That clears up the sinuses. Oh, it does. Okay, okay, hit me again. I think she's looking. Hello, sweetie. Yes, she's checking me out, all right. Hey, baby. No, come on, you nitwit. Are you out of your head? She's looking at me. Like she's looking at your ugly mug? Come on. Excuse me, miss. It's go-time, baby. You want to go? Bring it on. Horns up. Hold on. Excuse me. What do you want? What is that? Just a minute, bear. Hey, shut up. No, you shut up. Hey, will you shut up? Just shut up. Their horns are screwed on too tight. Oh, wait a second. I know this place. You do? Yeah. The salmon run's not far. We just have to go through here. What? Hey, you sure you know where you're going? Yeah, yeah, follow me. Koda? Koda? Koda? Where are you? Yah! Don't do that. Scared you, didn't I? There's scared, and then there's surprised. And you were both. Whoa! Nice try. Uh, you got a little spit right there. Kenai! You're not getting me this time. No, look out. No. Come on. Kenai. Kenai, where are you? Left. Left. No, the other left. Kenai! Whoa! Whoa! No! What are you doing? We got to get out of here. Ah! Why do they hate us, Kenai? We're bears. So? So, you know how they are. They're killers. Wait a minute, who's the killers? Bears. What? Which bears? I'm not like that, and you're not like that. Well, obviously not all bears. I mean, you're okay. Most bears will look for any excuse to attack a human. But, Kenai, he attacked us. You're just a cub. When you're older, you'll understand. Fish! Fish! Fish! Huh? We made it. We're here. Come on! What? Koda. Fish! Fish! Fish! Hey. Get away from me. Get away from me. Go on. Shoo! Huh?

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Brother Bear (2003)
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