Bears Bears

Share this movie

Bears

ages 3+ | 100 % Say It's Worth Your Time

Filmmakers Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey chronicle a year in the lives of an Alaskan brown bear named Sky and her cubs, Scout and Amber. Their saga begins as the bears emerge from hibernation at the end of winter. As time passes, the bear family must work together to find food and stay safe from other predators, especially other bears. Although their world is exciting, it is also risky, and the cubs' survival hinges on family togetherness.


Release Date:

Runtime:

Welcome to the ok.com Rating Widget

Share what age you think this movie is appropriate for by clicking one of the bars on our age-rating chart below.

Then, tell us if you think the movie was worth your time by clicking either the thumbs up or thumbs down button.

After you leave at least one rating (either age or worth your time), you can optionally leave a review for others to read.

Ok for ages 3+ . What would you rate it? ?

G PG PG-13 R
Your Vote

Rated G

  • 0 of 10 Sex & Nudity
  • 0 of 10 Violence & Gore
  • 0 of 10 Profanity

Content details via
Kids-In-Mind

Worth Your Time?

Yes or No
100%
say worth your time 11 Votes

What Do Your Friends Think?

Login to see what your friends think.


Reviews
Order by:


  • (Male) Catholic News Service

    ages 3+ | Worth Your Time

    This fifth offering from the Disneynature series, directed by veterans Alastair Fothergill ("Chimpanzee") and Keith Scholey ("African Cats"), is an innocently voyeuristic treat for just about every age, a marvel of moments great and small captured in stunning cinematography... See Full Review

    Comments

    Characters left 255
    Warning: character limit exceeded, your comment will be labeled as a long comment and hidden from view unless a user actively chooses to show it.
    Post
  • (Male) Standard Examiner

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    If you’re not taking your kids to see these “Disneynature” films (this is now the fifth one), you both are missing out on a chance to get better acquainted with our fellow creatures without being gawked at like a Scooby snack.

    Comments

    Characters left 255
    Warning: character limit exceeded, your comment will be labeled as a long comment and hidden from view unless a user actively chooses to show it.
    Post
  • Dove Foundation

    ages 3+ | Worth Your Time

    “Bears” is a picturesque movie that the entire family can enjoy! Filmed in the mountains of The Alaska Peninsula, the snowy mountains and greenery of the meadows, not to mention the salmon running in the water, are all examples of the glorious nature scenes captured by the camera. Oh, and there is a terrific story in addition... See Full Review

    Comments

    Characters left 255
    Warning: character limit exceeded, your comment will be labeled as a long comment and hidden from view unless a user actively chooses to show it.
    Post
  • MovieGuide.org

    ages 3+ | Worth Your Time

    BEARS is an adorable documentary. Disney has once again given heart, drama and intrigue to nature that will teach children while they are entertained. Wonderfully crafting a story line, Disney does a great job of keeping viewers fully entertained. BEARS is a beautifully crafted movie that has no real objectionable elements, though very young children may get scared when the bears fight. No blood is shown, however... See Full Review

    Comments

    Characters left 255
    Warning: character limit exceeded, your comment will be labeled as a long comment and hidden from view unless a user actively chooses to show it.
    Post
  • ParentPreviews.com

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    Although the film offers a sanitized view of the wild (and thankfully none of the main characters die), this documentary manages to bring bears to life in a way that a trip to the zoo could never hope to do. Watching this mother and her cubs navigate the perils they endure is inspiring and impressive. Yet the real charm is when we watch them romp, play, explore and soak in the summer sun... See Full Review

    Comments

    Characters left 255
    Warning: character limit exceeded, your comment will be labeled as a long comment and hidden from view unless a user actively chooses to show it.
    Post
  • (Female) Movie Mom

    ages 5+ | Worth Your Time

    As in the previous entries in this series, the footage is stunning, both the breathtaking grand vistas of snow and mountains in the five million acre national parkland on the Alaskan peninsula to the tiny faces of the brand-new cubs. And it is filled with “how did they get that” moments, with no indication until the final credit sequence of any human presence. The water sequences are especially thrilling... See Full Review

    Comments

    Characters left 255
    Warning: character limit exceeded, your comment will be labeled as a long comment and hidden from view unless a user actively chooses to show it.
    Post
  • (Male) Movie Nation

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    “Bears” is exactly the sort of nature documentary we’ve come to expect from Disneynature, the film division of the company that rolls out a new nature documentary every year at Earth Day. It’s gorgeous, intimate and beautifully photographed. And it’s cute and kid-friendly, with just enough jokes to balance the drama that comes from any film that flirts with how dangerous and unforgiving The Wild actually is... See Full Review

    Comments

    Characters left 255
    Warning: character limit exceeded, your comment will be labeled as a long comment and hidden from view unless a user actively chooses to show it.
    Post
  • (Female) USA TODAY

    No Maturity Rating | Worth Your Time

    If audiences can get past the notion of a raven leading a brown bear to a treasure-trove of salmon, Disneynature's Bears is an enjoyable and visually stunning romp through the scenic Alaskan wilderness with a small family of bears... See Full Review

    Comments

    Characters left 255
    Warning: character limit exceeded, your comment will be labeled as a long comment and hidden from view unless a user actively chooses to show it.
    Post

Okfor ages12+