As they fall Dark Hearts magic bag catches them and they disappear. They all have names like Trueheart Bear, Nobleheart Bear; Swiftheart Bear then there is Playful Heart Monkey and Bright Heart Raccoon Where is Closing Credits Bear when you need him? Overjoyed by the change of their new friend, who once was Dark Heart, everybody runs over to the lake to have a good time with him. As they fall Dark Hearts magic bag catches them and they disappear. It is somewhat shoehorned in at the beginning as being the only thing she is good at; then, at the critical moment during the climax, she shoots a marble that somehow dislodges the chain holding up the imprisoned Care Bears which then falls and releases them. Recognised for their deeds of caring the stars offer them safe haven and a home above the Earth and among the stars.
The babies are adorable and it's fun watching them play and grow. But she refuses their offer; it has been too late for her to get back to what she was before. Production Company — Nelvana Plot The Great Wishing Star saves a shipload of Care Bears from the evil shape-changing Dark Heart and appoints them as the guardians of Care-a-lot Castle in the kingdom of Caring. Parents could be shocked by this production, while most of the rest of us could not care less anyway. Speaking of the voice acting, it was great, nothing wrong with it whatsoever. All three, as friends, set off to rescue the Family.
She insists Dark Heart free the Family out of their prison and at once he takes away her abilities for good. Meanwhile, without the Bears knowing it, Dark Heart is planning to capture the whole Family, from within his secret cave beneath the camp, located inside an outhouse at the site. I used to watch it at least once a week. Still love it 17 or so years after the first time I saw it, in fact I discovered that I had lost my copy of this and was very upset. While True Heart and Noble Heart are gone, the rest of the care bears and cousins take turns going on missions to help people, with Cheer Bear clearing the departing bears and cousins and Share Bear guiding the returning ones back in.
Share, Champ, and Good Luck Bear are unaware of this and still attempt to save Christy. However, it was also nominated for Worst Movie of 1986 by the. As Dark Heart continues to rain down lightning, he suddenly notices that Christy has been hit and now lies motionless. All three, as friends, set off to rescue the Family. Cheers from the group are short-lived, for soon after, the quickly-collapsing cave is rid of all its bad reputation and vanishes altogether before turning back into an outhouse. In an amazing piece of meta-cinematic audience-participation, one of the bears turns to the audience as the Christy character is dying, encouraging them to join in and feel to bring her back to life. All of these came from the Canadian animation company Nelvana, who had produced a number of animated Star Wars spinoffs for tv — the series Droids 1985-6 and Ewoks 1985-7 , as well as the animated segment of 1978 that introduced Boba Fett — along with the excellent The Adventures of Tintin 1991-2 tv series and films such as 1983 and 1997.
He is a immensely powerful evil spirit with shapeshifting powers that seeks to destroy the kingdom of Care-A-Lot, along with the Care Bears themselves. While Dawn and John help save their fellow camper, while the Family looks for their lost members inside the villain's cave. Enraged, he reveals his true form and prepares to destroy Care-A-Lot but they manage to drive him away with the Care Bear Stare. Landing at a on Earth, she meets a camper named Christy who feels she cannot do anything as well as her lead competitor, the boastful Camp Champ, save for. Dark Heart foils the Bears' plan to get his key and unlock the cages, and puts the other Bears and Cousins inside big.
He then gets frustrated in pursuit of the Care Bears, but then uses Christy to have her pretend to need help from the Care Bears so that he can capture them. He vastly improves Christy's physical fitness, enabling her to she wins all the athletic contests and to become the Camp Champion, like she always dreamed. I tend to annoy everyone by singing it. Cree Summer is excellent as Christy. It has a deeper plot, better character development, and the tunes especially the closing song are both catchy and warm-hearted. They just don't make them like they used to.
While True Heart and Noble Heart are gone, the rest of the care bears and cousins take turns going on missions to help people, with Cheer Bear clearing the departing bears and cousins and Share Bear guiding the returning ones back in. If the is what fuels the Care Bear's powers, then apparently his lair is held together with the Power Of Evil. But then the Caring Meter goes awry, and Dark Heart has arrived to ruin their preparation. It wasn't of course until the end that the cousins received their tummy symbols after proving how much they cared. Ten stars for a very good movie. But Dark Heart himself catches them and soon put them in cages. When they arrive, True Heart decides to return to Earth to help Christy.
What I hate is that none of this even makes sense with the original movie. Soon, Dark Heart himself chants as well, and within a few moments, Christy is brought back to life. As his minion, he gives her the opportunity to do what she never could do before, even cartwheels, but she has to do him a favor to pay him back: to capture every single Care Bear inside his magic red bag, and forever trap them all in some secret place. The creators of this film obviously had never even seen the original. Dark Heart's rage stops, and, transforming himself into a boy for the last time, he comes down to her, remorseful for what he has done. Bear and go down to Earth to her rescue, only to find already attempting to save her, but they ending up falling in the lake instead.
Apparently, time moves differently as the Care Bear Cousins grow up instantly. There's no magic key that will save the world from ourselves, nobody has the right to access excess, and everyone isn't happy all the time. While Dawn and John help save their fellow camper while the Family looks for their lost members inside the villain's cave, but Dark Heart himself catches them and soon put them in cages. The villain is a delightfully menacing shapeshifter. A very positive message for children, though some elements of the film was strange, it was and still is a rather enjoyable film.