An extremely popular character comes back and this time onscreen as the over-designed toothy monster. Unfortunately the 112 minutes are tedious, watching what looks like a bad scribble without much personality beyond the really big mouth. There are a few moments which are more than mediocre but don’t let that fool you into thinking the movie ticket was worth it. The film seems to be based a lot of ideas that can be summarised as ‘dumb fun’ or a movie that has just made all the wrong decisions.
SWIDT and a star-studded support crew are about to hit stages across NZ
Diggy Dupe, Church & AP, and Seymore join the party in Auckland
Kiwi rockers Blindspott announce
Devilskin as special guests
The film carries sufficient charm so it is a journey that you don’t mind taking. There is no doubt that it is a feel-good movie. The story is actually centred around Bigfoot but it hinges on a clever reversal of perspective. With a cast that is comprised with a tribe of Yetis in the Himalayas that are scared of the unknown creature known to them as Smallfoot, this is a film that you cannot miss! What’s more is that Smallfoot is human! Co-written and co-directed by Karey Kirkpatrick, while Jason Reisig co-directs, with Clare Sera, John Requa, and Glenn Ficarra as co-writers. This animated musical will not only get the audience’s hearts soaring and toes tapping, it also engages their intellectual side.