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Brother Bear | Part 4

Quotes Hey, you're stirring up the water, dude. Yeah, try not to scare off the fish there, buddy. Tug. Hey, Koda. Come here. Look at you. Have you seen my mom yet? No, as a matter of fact I haven't. Me and my friend Kenai beat her. He's with you? Uh... Hi. Huh. I've never seen you at the run before. Where are you from? Well, I... There's the mountain, just like I promised. The lights touch the top every night. Gonna be harder getting up there than riding those mammoths. Mammoths? Are you kidding? That's weird. Yeah. He does weird stuff. Like the way he drinks water with a leaf. He never sharpens his claws on a tree. He's never hibernated before... Koda. Koda. Can I talk to you for a second? Excuse us. Hmm. He's kind of jumpy, isn't he? Okay. Okay. Koda, I, uh... Uh, I got to get going. Well, when you come back... I... I won't be coming back. What? Why not? Because... Well, it's hard to... You're leaving? No. Well, I mean, yes. Well, it's just that I... I don't belong here. Don't belong? Every bear belongs here. Come on, buddy. Everyone's invited Let's have some fun! This is how we live We're all here for each other Happy to give All we have, we share And all of us, we care So come on Welcome to our family time Welcome to our brotherly time We're happy giving and taking to the friends we're making There's nothing we won't do Welcome to our family time Welcome to our happy-to-be time This is our festival You know that best of all We're here to share it all There's a bond between us nobody can explain It's a celebration of life And seeing friends again I'd be there for you I know you'd be there for me, too So come on Welcome to our family time Welcome to our brotherly time This is our festival You know, and best of all We're here to share it all Remembering love once departed Someone dear to your heart Finding love, planning a future Telling stories and laughing with friends Precious moments you'll never forget This has to be the most beautiful The most peaceful place I've ever been to It's nothing like I've ever seen before When I think how far I've come I can't believe it Yet I see it And then I see family I see the way we used to be Come on Welcome to our family time Welcome to our brotherly time We're happy giving and taking to the friends that we're making There's nothing we won't do Welcome to our family time Welcome to our happy-to-be time This is our festival You know, and best of all You're here to share it We're here to share it all All right, settle down, everyone. Settle down. Hey. Don't throw your fish bones there. Somebody could choke on that. Look, okay, I'll go first. Okay, let's see. The most interesting thing that happened to me this year. Hmm... Oh, I know, I know, I know! Listen to this. It was when I knocked down that tree that was blocking the view from my cave. Now I got a family of chipmunks staying in my place. Yeah. All right, everybody, let me see some paws in the air. Who's gonna be next? Come on. Tug. I got one. Watch me. Hey, gotcha. This year I lost my dear husband Edgar. Quit telling everyone I'm dead! Sometimes I can still hear his voice. I'm getting the next one. Oh, yeah. This is it. I got it. I got... I guess it's our turn. This is the year I met the most gorgeous... No, you're gorgeous. You're gorgeous-er. Get a cave. If only Edgar was alive... I told you, woman, I'm right here! I love you, buttercup. This has got to be it. Here you go, Koda. You gotta tell it, Kenai. What? Yes. You caught it, you tell it. Didn't you play when you were a cub? Um... Come on, Keno. Okay, all right already. All right. You want to know what I did this year? Yes. I went on the longest, hardest, most exhausting journey I've ever been on with the biggest pain in the neck I've ever met. What do you expect from a little brother? Okay, buddy, your turn. Let's hear it, Koda. Okay, okay, here we go. This year I watched my mom in a life-and-death struggle battling the most fiercest creature ever. Who's next? What? Wait a minute. I think we all want to hear the rest of that one, Koda. I thought you might say that. Hmm... Let's see. It was probably the fifth or sixth most coldest day in my entire life. Me and Mom were eating fish, having a great time. All of a sudden she pushes me into the bushes and tells me to be real quiet. She says, "I smell something." So I started sniffing. There's something in the woods running towards us, getting closer and closer. And then, out of the trees, jumps a hunter. And now there's nowhere for Mom to go. The monster has her backed up against this giant glacier. The monster attacks, but Mom's too quick for him. And before he can do it again, she stands up real big and yells, "Go away." Kenai. Mom smells more of them. There's a whole pack coming right at us. Sitka, no. The bear. Behind you. She runs to stop them before they get to me. They're all around her, poking her with sticks. Sitka. The whole thing broke and fell off. There was ice everywhere. She couldn't hold her breath any longer, and pow. She bursts out of the water. I've never been so scared in my life. I'm going after the bear. Koda? Sitka wouldn't want it. Sitka's not here because of that monster. Whoa. Fell off a glacier? I've never seen anything like that. Can you imagine? Kenai. What's the matter, Kenai? What happened next? Was she okay? Hey, Kenai, what's wrong? Where you going? She got out of the water okay. That's how we got separated. Right after that I met Kenai. Kenai? Scared you again, huh? Yeah. Where have you been? You look horrible. Koda... My mom says when you eat too much fish, just lie down. There's something I, uh... You know that story you told me last night? Yeah. Well, I have a story to tell you. Really? What's it about? Well, it's kind of about a man, and kind of about a bear. But mostly it's about a monster. A monster who did something so bad... Everywhere I turn I hurt someone But there's nothing I can say to change the things I've done I'd do anything within my power I'd give everything I've got But the path I seek is hidden from me now Koda, I did something very wrong.
Brother bear, I let you down I don't like this story. You trusted me, believed in me and I let you down Your mother's not coming. Of all the things I hid from you I cannot hide the shame And I pray someone No. No! Something will come to take away the pain There's no way out Of this dark place No, no future I know I can't be free But I can't see another way And I can't face another day Koda? Koda? Koda! Koda, I wish I could... If there was just some way... I'd give anything if... If I could just... I'm sorry, Koda. I'm so sorry. I'm sorry, Kenai. I don't know what I'm doing any more. I need help. Sitka. Look, I am sorry. If I was driving this never would have happened. You never let me do nothing. Trample off. I said sorry. Let it go. I can't believe you totalled a mammoth. That mountain came out of nowhere. I cannot accept your apology. It was in my blind spot... Look. It's that little cub. Gee, eh, something's bugging him. What's wrong, smallish bear? Nothing. I'm fine. Good. Where were we? Oh, yeah. You're a big, selfish, reckless hoofer. What? I'm fed up with it. From now on, he's my new brother. You can't do that. Sorry, you've been replaced with my dear brother... What's your name again? I don't want any more brothers. See? He's had enough of you, too. I promise I'll change. Trample off. You won't. Being a brother means nothing to you. Of course it does. Like what? What about when your hooves froze in the pond? Who sat with you all winter, eh? You did. Who showed you where the good grazing is? The really tender stuff all covered in dew. Now, why do you think I did that, eh? Because I... Because I love... dew. Excuse me? I don't believe I heard what you said. I said, "I love dew." I love dew, too, eh. Hey, I can change. Go away, eh. Come on, I can change. Go away, eh, don't touch me. I can change. Hey. No. Not there, that's the spot. Like, we'll see you later, smallish bear. Yeah, good day, eh. You know what this calls for? A pile of delicious barley and amber weed on a cool bed of malted hops. I like it. Sitka! Sitka, are you there? Sitka? Please. Please, Sitka. I don't know what else to do. Sitka. Denahi. Sitka, hurry, change me back. Where are you, Sitka? Denahi. Denahi, please. Koda. No! Leave him alone. Koda! Kenai? Sitka? Koda, don't be afraid. It's me. He needs me. You know, he did look better as a bear. But, Denahi... It's all right, Kenai. No matter what you choose, you'll always be my little brother. Did I say little? Kenai. My brother Kenai went on to live with Koda and the other bears. He taught me that love is very powerful. And I passed on the wisdom of his story to our people. The story of a boy who became a man by becoming a bear. Great spirits of all who lived before Take our hands and lead us Fill our hearts and souls with all you know Show us that in your eyes We are all the same Brothers to each other in this world we remain Truly brothers all the same Brothers all the same So, like, uh, what are you doing there, smallish bear? I'm practising my moves. Want to see one? Sure, eh. This ought to be good, eh? Listen to me. I was a man that was changed into a bear. No beaver. Man into bear. That's it. Oh. Yeah, so, before that you was probably like a goat? What about a water buffalo? No, he's a rabbit. Look at his ears and furry feet. Watch out for the rabbit, eh. No way, eh. Okay, now, everyone, take a big inhale, eh? And then on... On the exhale, shift into salutation to the sun. No, you shut up. How you doing over there, Koda? Oh, pretty good. In accordance with all federal and state wildlife regulations, no fish were harmed during the making of this film. No! He's gonna eat me! Cut. Cut. Somebody, help me. Help me. Somebody. Ooh!

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Brother Bear (2003)
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