Smallfoot is in theaters on September 28th, 2018.

A Yeti is convinced that the elusive creatures known as "humans" really do exist.

Everybody knows the story of the yeti and how nobody, as far as we know, has ever really seen one. Well this movie takes that classic tale and does a complete 180 with it. Instead of the Yeti’s being the unknown never to be seen creatures. People are.

The songs are all decent of course. Nothing was really that amazing about any of them except for the one R&B/Rap style song I got from the Stone Keeper (played by the Rap artist Common). None of the songs were bad so to say just not really anything to talk about.

Most of the comedy in this was just a slapstick bit. It had a few more in depth jokes which got some good laughs from the crowd. And the kids in the audience seemed to like the physical side of the jokes. But even I will admit the plane bit was pretty funny and overall kinda cool.

The movie also preached some good lessons about how ignorance is bliss and how we should all be willing to challenge the norm and learn for ourselves what is really out there. To not fear what is unknown, but rather try to embrace it.

This movie really wasn’t anything very special. The whole thing just kind of felt like another kids movie. Which doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing but I still would like to expect these animated movies to be able to bring something to the table. Overall all this would be an excellent movie for those at home who have some smaller feet, children, running around.

Rating: 2 out of 5


Anthony Anthony (Contributor) was born and raised in the Tampa, Florida area. He likes Pina Coladas and long walks on the beach. He spends most of his time watching movies and spending times with friends.
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