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Where this thing becomes a steaming pile of guano is the story line and dialogue. You know, the important things.
The characters are beyond simplistic and the dialogue and its delivery is totally flat.
There's some recurring theme clumsily jammed in about a dead mom, but it doesn't fit well. This is literally the worst show my kids have ever watched.
And how does a film that bills itself as family approved refer to Santa as a myth in the first 2 minutes?
here's the basic exchange between two sister:
Big sister- "Bigfoot is a myth."
Lil' Sister- 'What is a myth?"
Big sister- "You know, like Santa."
Lil' Sister-"But Santa is real!"
Big sister-"Sure" (eyeroll)
You'd really swear this was a college art student's final project. And it only got him a C because the teacher liked him and wanted him to graduate.
One redeeming quality-- The guy who voices George on the Curious George series does the exact same voice in this garbage. That will give you something to look up on IMDB to distract yourself as you pray for the show to finish.
If you really want to roll the dice on this thing, check you local library. Save your money for something more useful, like shredding it or something.
As such, I will do my best to keep this critique in isolation for its own good. That said The Legend of Sasquatch is a 2006 computer-animated independent film released by Gorilla Pictures that managed to snag the voice talents of William Hurt, John Rhys-Davies and cartoon legend Frank Welker. It was released on September 12, 2006 but the DVD didn't hit the scene till 2008.
The film opens with Ranger Steve (John Rhys-Davies) sitting by a campfire narrating a story about the Davis family and the power of legend. The Davis Family - John (William Hurt), along with his young daughters Khristy and Maggie, relocate to a secluded log cabin in the mountains above Seattle and soon discover a family of Bigfoot hiding nearby.
John, it turns out, has come to the area to supervise the construction of a dam that will provide electricity to neighboring areas while simultaneously teaching his family the value of life free of the restrictions of technology.
At its core, this is the tale of John being forced into a decision between job security and doing what is right for the population of Sasquatch residing in the valley that would be flooded once the dam was complete.
The list of problems plaguing this picture is plentiful to say the least but contrary to common misconception, few of them stem from the simple fact that this is an indie film on a limited budget.Read more ›
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In my opinion, even for a poorly rendered animated movie, it needs more attention.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
This was the very best movie to down load to my kindle. It gets watched so many times. I am very surprised the grandchildren don't know it by heart. Read morePublished 19 months ago by D Hoover
I can't believe this movie didn't get better reviews on movie sites. It is so cute. I bought this one used and the quality was great. No scratches.Published 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
My 2 and 5 year olds love this movie. It isn't scary and is well made/written. Cute movie and the big foots are adorable.Published on July 7, 2013 by tracywho
Cute movie. Animation is real computer generated but my daughter (3 year old) loves it. Would recommend it it for younger children.Published on April 10, 2013 by Michael Georges
This was really bad even for animated movies in 2006. I hope the people that made this are not making movies. The modeling was horrible. Read morePublished on March 30, 2013 by wguy
My grandchildren (ages 2-11) love this movie. A lot of teachable moments. We live near a national park and visit it often, now they are curious about the wildlife and how they... Read morePublished on March 4, 2013 by rosebud93250