Continuity mistake: In the second scene where we first meet ranger Smith he is shuffling with some information pamphlets. When Ranger Jones yells his name he is startled and drops some of the pamphlets, but we can see that the last ones he put in were on their side. When the camera changes shots there appears to be some pamphlets sticking out. Then in the next shot they are gone. The pamphlets change locations between shots.
Yogi, Boo-Boo, and Ranger Smith return in a kid-friendly, live-action/CGI 3-D movie where the smart bruin tries to steal more pic-a-nic baskets, loaf around and find ways to make mischief throughout Jellystone Park as it nears its 100th Anniversary. A selfish mayor seeking to rezone the financially struggling park for lumber and gain points with voters for an election bid to become governor threatens the bear's home, the livelihood of Ranger Smith and his budding romance with nature photographer Rachel. Can they save Jellystone from being logged? Can Yogi do more with smarts than steal food? This movie is geared for the younger set, and it could entertain the little ones awhile, but adults might quickly tire of the antics and talents Anna Faris, Tom Cavanagh as well as voice talents of Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake might not be enough to keep adults from growing bored. The movie was a financial success and it did stay faithful to the original series in tone and humor, but if you want to see Yogi bear, do yourself a favor and watch the cartoons.
Trivia: When a pine cone falls out of a tree and hits Yogi in the eye, a "Wilhelm scream" can be heard.
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