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Furry Vengence

Monkey Bone. Dudley Do-Right. Looney Tunes: Back In Action. Brendan Fraser: “Why?”

Yeah, I know this is mostly OT, and it’s mainly live action with some hybrid CG elements, and it doesn’t look funny — but this trailer has an important message:
“You can’t escape the furries!”

  • Andrew

    I dont think anything has ever sucked this much

  • For a split second there, I actually thought that this would be a be a movie about Brendan Fraser moving into a small town where the locals secretly dressed up in furry costumes and have bizarre underground yiff meetings and some some how Brendan Fraser and his family gets caught up in the middle of it.

    That would’ve been a better movie than this.

  • Corey K.

    I had seen this earlier today:


    …and so for the first minute or so, I was sure this trailer was a put-on as well.

  • Awesome, now furries can ruin movies the way they’ve ruined the internet.

    This is an all around bad decision. And really jarring timing, considering Brendan Frasier is also in an upcoming heavyweight drama film, too, isn’t he?

  • How low can Hollywood go?

  • doug holverson

    I’m wondering:

    Did the gopher from Caddy Shack belatedly start something bad?


    Does this seem like a ’60s or ’70s live action Disney film with animals gone waaaaayy bad?

    At least they’re not *that* sort of Furry….

  • Brendan Fraser needs to be banned from doing live-action/animated movies. For life!

  • Casper the friendly executive

    But if Brendan was transformed into a racoon he could learn of their more natural and spiritual ways…

  • Of course the term “furries” has a whole other connotation that would probably also have made for a much more interesting film.

  • Scarabim

    This is the best pro-hunting film I’ve ever seen…

  • encino man, how you’ve fallen…

  • This looks incredible. Fandango is going to have to shut down because of all the preorder traffic.

  • Dean Moore

    Brendan Frasier has better resurrection skills than Wile E. Coyote.

  • Dylan King

    What movie won’t Brendan Fraser star in? Honestly, does he have any shame about being in God-awful trashy movies like these? Just look at some of the past films he’s stared or been in… Anyway, besides from the guy’s acting, I can imagine Walt Disney Animation Studios doing something like this, but actually make it appealing.

  • I hope Tim Bedore is getting royalties from this: http://www.vaguebuttrue.com/

  • Remember, Jerry: He made a deal with the devil :)

  • Scott

    The animals don’t look “cg’d.” Was Brooke Shields “cg’d?” It’s hard to tell…the awful mo cap in Zemeckis’ Christmas Carol emoted more.

  • captainmurphy

    Mommy, kin I have a racoon?

  • O.o

    That title could be interpreted in more than one way…

  • (slaps forehand with hand)

  • Inkan1969

    Wow, I kept thinking that this was a parody of Brendon Frasier movies. To tell the truth, as sucky as the movie comes off, I was cheering the furries all the way. Maybe they think they can make millions off of Frasier haters. :-)

    Wait ’til alt.fan.furry hears about THIS. :-D

  • Corey that Tim Allen trailer scared the shit out of me, I serious thought it was real for the first minute in.

  • Best trailer ever….uggggghhh….I have to show this to everyone.

  • Angry Anim


    *cough* I mean… err… terrible. Looks terrible…

  • Soriah: that was exactly what I was hoping for. That would have been hilarious.

  • Matthew

    I’m surprised none of you homers have said something typically expected such as, “I bet Dreamworks has something to do with this one!”.

    oh, and this show looks terribly awful.

  • AnthroCoon

    Yup definitely a real movie, as I’d heard some filming had gone on nr Boston where I live. They figure the kids will crack up at stuff like the coffee scorching, getting hosed, and the raccoon putting his paws together like Mr. Burns (“…excellent…”) The message of course comes later in the clip, where we realize that these animals all have families, etc. so we have sympathy for them, and contempt for those who bulldoze nature (…wait, the animals getting together to thwart humans who encroach on their land? I have an idea…Make it a cartoon, and cast
    Bruce Willis as the raccoon, Garry Shandling as his turtle buddy, and
    Steve Carrell as a “crazy rabbit squirrel”. (Oh; just came to me.
    Shatner. Put Shatner in as a ‘possum…)

    How original…Or wait, get a bunch of raccoons together and have them steal an SUV and go through a Wendy’s drive through. You say it’s been DONE?

  • Nick

    How is it that Dreamworks isn’t involved with this?

  • Cody Covell

    What’s this have to do with animation?…

  • Izzy

    I’ll bet Harrison Ford is really happy right about now.

  • You haters can say what you want, but that delayed coffee spillled due to the airbag gag was great.

  • Someone saw Monkeybone?

  • Donald C.

    Oh lord, those effects look so outdated.
    Not to mention it looks like one of those throwaway wacky animal vs man movies I thought ended in the 90’s.
    Personally, I think message heavy environmentalism is killing movies…again…

  • Jonah Sidhom

    We just saw the whole movie in that clip.
    They even gave away the ending… “you were just protecting your family!”

  • It’s like the sequel to “Baby’s Day Out” that never happened! With animals.

  • I have to admit I did get some chuckles out of it cause the animals are so darn cute, but I’ve seen the port-a-potty things done on Jackass already, don’t know why people think it’s a great joke to keep retelling.

    I feel though this movie might be funnier if it WAS about Furries.

  • Chris Sobieniak

    Yeah I think Jerry pulled the wool over our eyes if we thought it was going to be something else!

  • Jeffers

    They must really want to get a jump start on making the worst movie of the decade. Seven days into it and we allready have a great contender.

  • I don’t see why we are being so harsh on Brenden Fraser, I could totally see Eddie Murphy or Robin Williams taking this exact role. This movie reminds me of “Mouse Hunt” with the mouse being intelligent, but not talking or being done with bad CG.

  • doop

    For a second I thought it was the Yogi Bear movie.

  • Daniel J. Drazen


    Reminds me of the line from “Tootsie”: “I don’t believe in God; I believe in unemployment.”

  • So is this really a real movie?

    I’ve never seen an MPAA Green Band at the front of a trailer that said it was approved “for appropriate audiences”.

    That hinted “fake” to me.

  • Mesterius

    Why the heck was Brendan Fraser shouting “MILY CYRUS!!!” when about to hit that furry?!

  • Christian

    Story is kind of like a revenge version of Bill Peet’s “Farewell to Shady Glen”.

  • Mike Fontanelli

    Featuring the comic stylings of Ms. Brooke Shields…
    Another dishonest anti-corporate movie produced by a billion dollar corporation.

    P.S: What’s a yiff meeting?

  • sporridge

    As resident of a state where cities are named for the natural features ‘n’ creatures wiped out in their creation, I’d normally be sympathetic to the cause displayed in “Furry Vengeance.” Normally.

    And I’d really like to know what constitutes an “Appropriate Audience” (see opening green tag) in the MPAA’s view. I’d like to bust a couple theaters for showing the supposedly appropriate “Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakuel” trailer before R-rated main features.

  • Mike Johnson

    I’ll agree that this looks pretty bad, but given the target audience aren’t we being a little harsh? Last I heard, little kids loved fart jokes and slapstick and monkeys so this looks like the kind of thing they’ll eat right up. This was obviously made purely to make a profit…spend as little on production as possible, and if it makes more than 30 million it’s all gravy from there.

    I happen to like Mr. Fraser as a comic actor, and openly admit that I laughed myself silly at Monkeybone.

    I still say this looks pretty bad, but that’s mostly because I’m a 50 year old man, and not a 6 year old kid.

    Monkeybone aside…

  • squirrel

    Why would they even be furries? They don’t even TALK! No cause of alarm folks! There aren’t any signs of anthropomorphism here!

  • I Actualy liked monkeybone and Back in action is 300 times better than space balls….

    brendan fraiser has some “hello i’m the mummy guy” movies like inkheart wich are fun …

    ….but what the hell was that trailer ??? ><

  • Jorge Garrido

    “Featuring the comic stylings of Ms. Brooke Shields…
    Another dishonest anti-corporate movie produced by a billion dollar corporation.

    P.S: What’s a yiff meeting?”

    You don’t even want to know, Mike. I’ll give a you a hint though. Two words: furry diaper porn.

  • Justin Spurlin

    There are so many great movies kids haven’t seen: The Kid (1921), The Court Jester (1955), Oliver! (1968), A Miracle on 34th Street (1947), The Yearling (1946), Jason and the Argonauts (1963), Little Women (1933), Lassie Come Home (1943), Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), etc., etc., etc. If this is the best Hollywood can provide us, shouldn’t there be a homespun effort to get the great children’s films back into the theaters so that parents have a choice? Even if kids enjoy garbage like “Furry Vengeance,” they will grow up to feel cheated. And they are being cheated if, instead of getting great movies they can grow up with and show to their own children, they get this. Push Brendan Fraser and Brooke Shields out of the way, and bring back Abbott and Costello.

  • Mick Collins

    I agree with everyone who said, seriously or not, that this movie would have been better with actual furries in it. It would be more interesting, anyway.

    Mike Fontanelli: Take it from an actual furry fan: If I answered that question for you, you’d shower longer and more frequently. Also you’d cry a lot.

  • “P.S: What’s a yiff meeting?”

    Rule 34
    Rule 34
    Rule 34

  • Though honestly, if they could have persuaded Frasier to don a mascot costume, they could have passed this off as “Avatar”.

  • JC

    Replace the animals with trees and it’s almost exactly like The Happening, except not as funny.

  • brad renner

    this trail was 2 minutes and 23 seconds too long

  • How dare they ruin Blondie for me like this.

  • Russell H

    It’s now official: Brendan Fraser is this generation’s Dean Jones.

  • Steve Gattuso

    Somebody needed a tax write-off badly.

  • I’m “animating” on this

    Hahahhahaha, i’m totally working on this movie, and yes, I am well aware of what it is… a paycheck to keep my kid in school! So hate on, it beez what it beez :-\

  • AnthroCoon

    Yes it’s not strictly anthro/ furry in that the animals don’t talk (dress, walk, etc.) like humans. Unless they “talk to each other” with moving lips–like in Cats and Dogs but I doubt it’s being done here.

    The MILY CYRUS! thing is probably him exclaiming something; instead of JESUS CHRIST! or OH MY GOD! In Fantastic Mr Fox it could be

    Note the scenes like the raccoon pulling out a plug, skunks letting loose in a car, etc.–it’s the kind of animal hijinks that are found in light hearted TV commercials.

    Only it’s an entire movie.

  • I agree with Mike Johnson….as much as it doesn’t interest me as an adult, the point most people seem to be missing here is that it’s for little KIDS.

    I do agree that there are many “classics” that kids SHOULD watch today instead of this silliness, but let’s face it – they won’t.

    …and if this movie makes a kid laugh, well…they’ve done SOMETHING right.

  • Justin Spurlin

    Kids will indeed watch old movies, and even prefer them—especially if you expose them early to all that wonderful stuff. Turner Classic Movies ought to spearhead an effort to get kids watching Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy, the Marx Brothers, Abbott and Costello, Danny Kaye, Red Skelton, etc. Kids who watch classics early will continue to choose to watch garbage—but not as often. And their taste will get better a lot quicker than it would have otherwise. Meanwhile, if kids are watching old stuff, new filmmakers will have to put out better product to compete.

  • B. Tamerlane

    Brendan Fraser should star in a mo-cap feature adaptation of Robert McKimson’s “The Hole Idea” as an inventor who comes up with a portable SPH at a furry convention. The possibilities are bottomless. It would provide a year of work to Bob Zemeckis after his Yellow Submarine experience.

  • Mitch Kennedy

    I’m so happy that the animals don’t talk.

  • Rooniman

    That was absolutly the worst 2 minutes and 23 seconds I’ve ever seen. Mr. Freaser, just give it up, before it’s too late.

    I also don’t care for the “But it’s a kids film” bullshit. No kids should ever have to watch junk like this. This is shits for the birds.

  • Jessica, I thought the same thing. Does Deborah Harry know her song will be associated with poop forever in my head? Oh God why!?

    If anyone needs a good furries and Blondie combo, try ROCK AND RULE instead.

    Why does Hollywood like feces so much? What is their obsession?!

  • Brandon Frasier

    I’m am soooo sorry. I’m really, really, reeeeeeeally sorry. I promise I will never, ever do this again. Please don’t hate me.


    They can’t drive a car! How’d they get away with that? HAHAHAHA!

    Can I get this on the Blu-Ray?! I’m gonna show my kids this! It’s a raccoon driving a car!!


  • Andrew Kieswetter

    You forgot to mention George of The Jungle in Brendan’s toon-linked filmography Jerry.

  • I sawed my own foot off with a spoon and it was less painful

  • aussie500

    Well I am an adult and I thought it was hysterical, you guys all lost your sense of humour or something. I should think it will do pretty well in Australia.

  • Technically it does still count as “furry” in that the animals are displaying anthropomorphic behaviour/intelligence. Indeed, a furry character without that would be kinda creepy. But yes, it would have been better as furry fans vs. big business.

  • Kevin Schreck

    At least they don’t talk…

  • Murphpawt

    Haha, because of this stupid piece of crap film, I’m personally going to go outside with my saw and gun and kill as many trees and animals until I feel satisfied that I’ve enacted enough spite and vengeance on the environmentalist wackos and asserted unto nature my power over the environment. Nature only lives because I will it to. Of course this comment will probably come across as wacko in itself, but it is only because of crap like this that I feel I must do this. Haha End.