I consider myself an eco-friendly kind of guy. I recycle, turn the water off when I brush my teeth, and donate clothes instead of tossing them in the trash. Anything that's going to get kids to go along with this, I'm all for. Unless it's Furry Vengeance. This stinker made me want to smoke, then throw the cigarette into a forest and watch it burn.
Brendan Fraser (who I may have to stop making excuses for soon) moves his family to Oregon to oversee construction of a new housing development. The woodland creatures that inhabit this forest aren't going to take this lying down, and they spend the rest of the movie inflicting numerous tortures on poor Brendan. And that's pretty much it. Some minor story lines come in involving Fraser's family, but all of this is just an excuse to have CG animals get revenge on humans. If you think bird poop and being dunked in a port-a-john are hilarious, then this movie is for you. It probably also means your 6.
If the movie was funny, or actually had something to say about our environment and how we treat it, it may have gotten more stars. As it is, it's a mean spirited, unfunny film that parents should avoid at all costs. While it supposedly makes the point that saving the environment and nature is a good thing, all your kids will get is that if you piss off a raccoon, you're going to get your ass kicked.