Friday, May 4, 2018

The Son of BIGFOOT Review

WRITTEN BY: Bob Barlen, and Cal Brunker (Despicable Me)
PRODUCED BY: Bob Barlen and Cal Brunker (Co-Executive Producers), and Olivier Courson, Eric Dillens and Didier Lupfer (Executive Producers)
CAST: Cinda Adams (La La Land), Mari Devon, and Kirk Thornton (Justice League), Barrie D. Buckner Jr., George Babbit, Jeff Doucette, Joey Camen, John Allsopp, Laila Berzins, Mari Devon, Tom Blank

THE SON OF BIGFOOT IS NOW AVAILABLE ON DIRECTV, THEATERS AND ON DEMAND. Make sure you watch now and make it a Family time!

Teenage outsider Adam sets out on an epic and daring quest to uncover the mystery behind his long-lost dad, only to find out that he is none other than the legendary Bigfoot! He has been hiding deep in the forest for years to protect himself and his family from HairCo., a giant corporation eager to run scientific experiments with his special DNA. As father and son start making up for lost time, Adam soon discovers that he too is gifted with superpowers beyond his imagination. But little do they know, HairCo. is on their tail as Adam's traces have led them to Bigfoot!

Runtime: 92 min
Rating: Rated PG for action/peril, thematic elements and some language
Production: StudioCanal
Genres: Fantasy, Comedy, Animation, Family
Countries: US, FR, BE
Language: English
Home Release Date: May 1, 2018
Director: Ben Stassen and Jeremy Degruson Director
Based On The Original Screenplay 'Son Of Bigfoot' Written by: Bob Barlen and Callan Brunker.

The Son of Bigfoot may not be from one of the major animation studios, but it carries itself rather well in a sea of many others like it. As with any animation film, the main target audience are usually young children but viewers will find there are appeals in this movie for all ages. Although older audiences may find something to criticize about, but overall, the story and its development can be appreciated.

The film sets out a path to include something for everyone to enjoy. Having said that, the path was clear and set in stone and the film really knew what it wanted and who to target. As with any animation, humor is one of the fundamentals and this film didn’t lack any of it. It included a lot of charming moments as well, especially with the father-son relationship with Bigfoot and his son, Adam. Their relationship was delightfully handled and easy to relate to.

The animation and the overall presentation are fantastic. The backgrounds are rich and colorful bringing appeals to the eye and the character development brings feels to the heart. The designs of the characters are easy for viewing and didn’t come off as something wacky, which sometimes takes away from story. Viewers can easily immerse themselves in the movie.

The Son of Bigfoot is a delightful film that does not try to go overboard. It knows what it wants and it aims to grab your attention by targeting all the right locations, such as its colorful presentation, story development, and the relation between characters. It is a film that is cheerful and an overall fun time for the family to see.

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