SmallFoot Movie Review

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SmallFoot Movie Review

Odalis Estevez, Journalist & Copy-Editor

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WARNING: THERE  WILL BE SPOILERS

First of all, the movie starts with Migo, the main character,  gets banned from his small-yeti village because of something terrifying thing that him and everyone else believed wasn’t real. A smallfoot. The yeti in the village don’t believe him so they banned him until he finds proof that the smallfoot truly exist. This brings new adventures to Migo.  He ends up  encountering friends that help him find out more about the mysteries that the smallfoot held. At some point in the movie, they find out that ‘humans’ aren’t as bad as they had been told. Near the ending, the yeti end up feeling safe around humans, and they live in a cheesy-happily-ever-after.

In addition, this movie got a 6/10 IMDb, 76% Rotten Tomatoes, & 60 on Metacritic. In my opinion, I didn’t LOVE the movie, but I didn’t hate it. I felt as if the movie was missing some scenes that could have made the movie have more background on the characters. I also thought that the character’s could’ve shown more emotion throughout the movie that could’ve added more depth to the theme of the movie.

To sum it all up, I would give this movie a 7 out of 10 rating because of how the pace in the beginning of the movie went by in a blur,  and it could’ve had some more scenes that brought the movie together. Other than that I would recommend this movie if you like comedy, musicals, and a good kids movie in general. Thank you for reading!

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