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Little Bigfoot 2: The Journey Home (1998)

PG | | Family | 24 March 1998 (USA)
A single father and his children come to Little Bigfoot's rescue when a wealthy landowner hunts him down, hoping to use him as a profitable circus attraction.

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... Derby Ferris
... Brian Ferris
... Mike Holliday
... Cavendish
... Ranger Tasker
Melody Clarke ... Shelly Ferris
... Aiyana Stillwater (as Erika Page)
Mark S. Brien ... Mingan (as Mark Steven Brien)
Chuck Borden ... Leonard
Kelly Hirano ... Owen
... Art Torres
... Artie
... Lionel
Dani Shear ... Mother in Candy Store (as Daniella Sando)
Kevin LaRosa ... Helicopter Pilot
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A single father and his children come to Little Bigfoot's rescue when a wealthy landowner hunts him down, hoping to use him as a profitable circus attraction.

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Rated PG for mild adventure violence, language and thematic elements | See all certifications »
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Férias do Barulho  »

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Follows Little Bigfoot (1997) See more »

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Even young kids will see this as a stinker
1 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

I did not see the original "Little Bigfoot" movie, but judging by the quality of this sequel, I am pretty sure I did not miss anything special. This is one terrible movie. Although there is credit for a screenwriter, it sure feels like they were making things up as they went along, because there's very little plot and a heck of a lot more padding. It is one SLOW movie, with so much simplistic dialogue and an extremely juvenile attitude that I think even kids will feel their intelligence is being insulted. As for the title character, Little Bigfoot is given no chance to show any real personality. In fact, he's almost an afterthought at times. Though that may have been because of the really crummy Bigfoot suit and stiff animatronic face we get to see when the character is up and center. The movie is decently shot with what had to be a low budget, but who goes to see a movie just for the photography?


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