Bigfoot and the Burtons (2015) 1080p

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Action | Adventure
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
90 min
IMDB Rating:
4.9 / 10 
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Directors: Jupiter J. Makins [Director] ,

Movie Description:
When an ignored little boy bonds with Bigfoot and discovers the human-like ape is in danger, he has to find the courage to stand up to those bigger than him to save the legendary creature and set him free.


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Good for kids

Reminds me of a 60s Disney movie good for kids the little boys are cute the parents play good people the lake and scenery are beautiful Bigfoot looks like a Bigfoot

Poorly Done Rehash

This is an obvious ripoff of The Harry and the Hendersons where everything seems very poorly done. Bad lighting and sound and video quality and above all horrible writing and very bad acting. The Sasquatch creature looks like a costume that was bought at a department store for thirty bucks, or rented from a costume shop. But it is worth a watch if you like bad movies to laugh at (we do). Even at that it is still pretty bad and boring.

Avoid At All Costs

One of the worst movies I've seen in years. The acting is so wooden you fear that people would suddenly break out with Dutch Elm disease. The stereotypes are horrid, the delivery of the script is worse, but, to be fair, even Laurence Olivier couldn't have saved this pile of crap.

Definitely not suitable for kids. This movie is just too creepy. It's hard to tell if it's a horror movie or a kids movie, such are the themes it contains. You watch this with the little ones and it'll be nightmare city for weeks. Add a ginger kid into the mix and there you have it. The Bigfoot looks like Leatherface in a fur coat. What more do you want? A plot? Forget about it!
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