Review: ‘Grizzly II: Revenge,’ in which a young George Clooney (and his mullet) are killed by a bear. In the first five minutes.

The most bearish presence, even among various, phony approximations of the killer bear and occasional appearances by real ones, belongs to John Rhys-Davies, delivering 110 percent long after everyone else has begun to suspect the movie they’re making in 1983 won’t come out until a pandemic or until 2020, whichever comes first. As the French-Canadian trapper Bouchard, spiritual heir to Robert Shaw’s Quint in “Jaws,” he gives every stupid line the sauce, the relish, the topspin and the business. “Very bad,” he says, after hearing a description of the killer in the woods. “You got … the devil bear.

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