Thread: Yogi Bear Alternate Ending Revealed

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6w0r-ScEG4

    And yes, this WAS made by the actual filmmakers. Its in response to all of the negative fans. As a bonus, guess the film reference they're making.
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      finally, he won't have any more pic-a-nic baskets to steal!
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        Quote by atticusfinch
        dude that's straight out of the assassination of jesse james! ahhh my inner child is weeping.


        Nice. You got it.
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          Hahaha man I wish that were the real ending of the movie.
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            Booboo = Studio.
            Yogi = Our childhoods.
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              Now THAT'S how the movie SHOULD end!

              CGI Yogi should be shot, give us back the 2D Yogi!
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                I think ya'll are being way too harsh on this...
                At least they kept Yogi in the woods and kept the same vibe and personality from the old Hanna Barbara cartoons. Word is it's actually not half bad because they didn't try to "hip it up" or make it "like totally modern yo" like they did with Alvin and the Chipmunks.

                And what they're going to do with the upcoming Smurfs movie. Taking place in New York...

                Yea....I dare ya to look up the poster. Go ahead. See if your childhood and even half of your adulthood isn't immediately obliterated.

                clever segway is clever
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                  Quote by DMoney89
                  I think ya'll are being way too harsh on this...
                  At least they kept Yogi in the woods and kept the same vibe and personality from the old Hanna Barbara cartoons. Word is it's actually not half bad because they didn't try to "hip it up" or make it "like totally modern yo" like they did with Alvin and the Chipmunks.

                  And what they're going to do with the upcoming Smurfs movie. Taking place in New York...

                  Yea....I dare ya to look up the poster. Go ahead. See if your childhood and even half of your adulthood isn't immediately obliterated.

                  clever segway is clever


                  Did you even watch Alvin and the Chipmunks? It was kept loyal to the cartoon. Only when David Cross did they 'update' them. And they hated it. It was showing that updating is bad.
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                    That was intense!
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                      Quote by DebrisStorm
                      Quote by DMoney89
                      I think ya'll are being way too harsh on this...
                      At least they kept Yogi in the woods and kept the same vibe and personality from the old Hanna Barbara cartoons. Word is it's actually not half bad because they didn't try to "hip it up" or make it "like totally modern yo" like they did with Alvin and the Chipmunks.

                      And what they're going to do with the upcoming Smurfs movie. Taking place in New York...

                      Yea....I dare ya to look up the poster. Go ahead. See if your childhood and even half of your adulthood isn't immediately obliterated.

                      clever segway is clever


                      Did you even watch Alvin and the Chipmunks? It was kept loyal to the cartoon. Only when David Cross did they 'update' them. And they hated it. It was showing that updating is bad.


                      The first one, ok fine I didn't see it.
                      The sequel (oh wait...SQUEKuel) though...everything I thought it would be. Random generic "liek omg hischool!111one!!" plot points thrown together to act like there's some sort of tension going on that ultimately boil down to nothing by the "biiiiiig finale!", pretty much every actor looking bored to be there, and of course, the Chipmunkification of popular songs at the time, songs filled with SO much obvious innuendo that it's actually kinda funny that it's in a kids movie, yet not surprising since the intent of these movies were perfectly clear.

                      Were the other incarnations of the Chipmunks anything to write home about? Not really. Especially the 60's version that was probably more of a one-trick pony gimmick than these ones.
                      That's why I respect The Chipmunk Adventure movie so much because they really made an effort to turn nothing into something. With ORIGINAL songs even. =0

                      So yea. Maybe it's just the fact that I hate anything getting "modernized" with no clever or interesting reason and are just brought back just to start a new fad. And that I never really liked AATC in the first place...
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