We would like to acknowledge the contributions of each and every member in our group. Wang Qin as leader of the group we are assigns work to ensure that our team running smoothly and for contributing to the conclusion, Suriani binti Herman for contributing to the editing of the final project, Norhartini Mohd Mokhtar for contributing to the team level, individual level, organizational level, Wang Qin contributing for characteristic of character, Norsyazwani Zulkifli contributing for background of the movie and summary, Wang Yu Hang contributing for implications of the movie and finally Duangta Usmanbaha contributing for power point slide and conclusions.
We want to take this opportunity to thank all parties to ensure the success of this assignment, especially parents, who give a lot of motivation and encouragement. We would also like to acknowledge our lecturer for ATW 251, Dr. Mohd Anuar Arshad for his assistance and advice in the completion of our project. We would also like to acknowledge the following authors for their book which has been of great help to our assignment who is Stephen P.Robbins, Timothy A.Judge, Organizational Behavior, Edition 14 and source from website.
Last but not least, we would like to thank God for his blessings and for blessing all that are directly and indirectly involved in the completion of this assignment. Again, thank you to all individuals and organizations that made this assignment possible, without your cooperation, this assignment might not be successful.
Open Season is a 2006 computer-animated comedy film, directed by Roger Allers, Jill Culton and Anthony Stacchi. The film was produced by Sony Pictures Animation and released by Columbia Pictures on September 29, 2006. The story centers around woodland creatures that are traditionally hunted teaming up against hunters. The film features the voices of Martin Lawrence, Ashton Kutcher, Debra Messing, Gary Sinise, Jon Favreau, Matthew W. Taylor, Jane Krakowski, Billy Connolly, Georgia Engel, and Patrick Warburton. It was written by Steve Bencich and Ron J. Friedman and directed by Jill Culton, Roger Allers, and Anthony Stacchi. It has also been released in the IMAX 3D format. It was Sony Pictures Animation's first theatrical feature. A video game for the film was released on multiple platforms.
In the tranquil town of Timberline, 900 pound grizzly bear Boog (Martin Lawrence) enjoys a captive, but happy existence. He spends his day as the star attraction of the town's nature show and spends his nights living the life of luxury in the garage of park ranger Beth (Debra Messing) who raised him since he was a cub.
One day, the hunting fanatic Shaw (Gary Sinise) drives into town with the one-antlered mule deer Elliot (Ashton Kutcher) strapped to the hood of his truck. Boog wakes him as the two scream in terror. With Boog reluctant to intervene, Elliot begs to Boog for help to escape. At the last minute and against his better judgment, Boog frees Elliot before Shaw could go after him. Boog never expects to see his "buddy" again.
Elliot follows Boog home and finds him sleeping in the garage and starts to throw rabbits at the window. Elliot tells Boog the he is intent on returning the favor by "freeing" him from his garage captivity. Elliot introduces Boog to a world of sweet temptations outside of the garage that he has never known. When the grizzly becomes intoxicated with sugar, events quickly spiral out of control as the two ransack the town's food store. Elliot escapes before Boog is caught by a friend of Beth, police officer Gordy (Gordon Tootoosis).
At the nature show, Boog meets up with Elliot who is being chased by Shaw. Boog attacks the mule deer, causing the whole audience in the show to panic before Boog threatens to kill Elliot. Shaw prepares to shoot Boog but the bear is instead shot by Beth with a tranquilizer gun; she shoots Elliot as well (six...
References: Stephen P.Robbins, Timothy A.Judge, Organizational Behavior, Edition 14
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