Percy Caldwell is in love with the school's most popular cheerleader, Madison, but his best friend Leonard doesn't think he stands a chance. After Percy rescues Madison from the unwanted ... See full summary »
A boy moves into a new town and has difficulty making friends, so he joins the basketball team. Initially experiencing little success, his popularity increases when he convinces a Sasquatch to join the team.
Jack Carlisle is a disillusioned 13-year old boy. His mother is always away at work since his father left. He decides to run away, as his mom won't miss him. As he is ready to leave, his ... See full summary »
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A Bigfoot-type creature befriends Paul, a young student. His father is a park ranger trying to capture an escaped tiger. Everyone in town is on edge and wants the tiger killed. David tries to keep Bigfoot a secret.
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The Henderson family adopt a friendly Sasquatch after accidentally running him over on a hunting trip, but have a hard time trying to keep him away from the authorities and an eccentric hunter who's determined to catch "Bigfoot".
One reason why Bigfoot in real life shuns the public spotlight!
During its heyday, PM Entertainment made some great action movies. But when it came to making family movies, the results were pretty miserable, and "Bigfoot: The Unforgettable Encounter" is no exception. I guess it could have been worse than it is. For one thing, like other PM Entertainment movies, it looks pretty nice for the most part. The lighting and photography are professional, and the production values are fairly solid (if you don't count the bogus-looking Bigfoot costume and makeup.) However, pretty much the rest of the movie is extremely tough to take. The script by director Corey Michael Eubanks is pretty simple-minded to the point that even young kids will feel they are being talked down to in an insulting manner. Also, there are a few plot points that are either explained in a really vague manner or not at all. In the director's chair, Eubanks stumbles just as much with his screenplay. He has his cast act more often than not in a really broad manner, the story unfolds in a really slow-moving and drawn out way, and the scenes with Bigfoot contain no awe or magic at all. You do get to see B movie legend Clint Howard in an unintentionally hilarious wig, but a few seconds of chuckles don't seem to be an adequate payoff for sitting through the remaining ninety or so minutes of the running time.
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