Finding Small Foot
Cutting to the chase, SMALLFOOT is a story about friendship, courage, and the joys of of discovery.
A yeti named Migo (voiced by Channing Tatum) is convinced that a human known as a “Small Foot” is real and has to prove to his tribe that it does exist. Along with the help of Meechee (voiced by Zendaya) and the SES (Smallfoot Evidentiary Society), the journey to present the truth doesn’t come without chaotic antics.
Well, for starters, it’s no Pixar pleasantry. Then again, what is unless it’s Pixar, right? However, I’d be lair if I said I didn’t enjoy SMALLFOOT. It’s cute, funny (although some jokes fell flat), entertaining, vibrant and unique. It stands out most for its “Big Foot” mythology twist. Interesting to have flipped-the-script and view the whole thing from a different perspective. While there really aren’t any memorable moments or characters, SMALLFOOT holds its own as it presents substance for both kids and adults.
SMALLFOOT is not a complete waste. This film, for sure, will spark yeti chats among parents and children. So, if you’re a parent with intuitive kids, get ready.
Grade: B / Genre: Animation, Comedy, Kids/Family / Rated: PG / Run Time: 1:36
Voices: Channing Tatum, James Corden, Zendaya, Common, LeBron James, Gina Rodriguez, Danny DeVito
Directed by: Karey Krkpatrick