Bigfoot (2018) 1080p

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Animation | Family
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
86 min
IMDB Rating:
1.5 / 10 
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Directors: Evan Tramel [Director] ,

Movie Description:
When Arvid, the most malevolent yeti in all of the North Pole has come in possession of the powerful Master Scroll of The Naughty Children, he enlists the scroll's powers to banish Santa, his sworn arch nemesis, to the Land Of Holiday Misfits, a dreary place from which no one can return. It's up to a boy named Finn and his mighty dragon Haldor to rescue Santa and save the day before it's too late!


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The storyline is brilliant and we'll thought out. The animation is top level and rivals Pixar. The main antagonist triumphs any other piece of animation ever.

No negatives.

Avoid at all costs

If you want to avoid the urge to gouge your own eyeballs out with a blunt spoon and chop your own ears off with a butter knife, then avoid this film. The plot is disorganised, the voice over is badly dubbed with voices that a depressive would find tedious and the animation resembles something a failing third year student would submit as their dissertation project.Just save yourself some rope and steer clear!

It should be illegal to sell this

There are no words to describe this steaming stinking yule log of a film.
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