Construction worker Tad wants to be a famous archaeologist. He gets a chance to look for a lost Inca city in Peru, where the gold was hidden. He meets the professor's cute daughter/assistant. Villains chase them.
After Ferdinand, a bull with a big heart, is mistaken for a dangerous beast, he is captured and torn from his home. Determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team on the ultimate adventure.
Teenage outsider Adam sets out on an epic and daring quest to uncover the mystery behind his long-lost dad, only to find out that he is none other than the legendary Bigfoot! He has been hiding deep in the forest for years to protect himself and his family from HairCo., a giant corporation eager to run scientific experiments with his special DNA. As father and son start making up for lost time after the boy's initial disbelief, Adam soon discovers that he too is gifted with superpowers beyond his imagination. But little do they know, HairCo. is on their tail as Adam's traces have led them to Bigfoot!Written by
My son wanted to watch this movie, so we went to watch it. And with it now seen, I must admit that I was actually surprised with the outcome of this movie, because it turned out to be better than I had anticipated.
While "The Son of Bigfoot" hardly is an innovative animated movie, it still offers fun and entertainment from start till end.
The storyline was fun, albeit a bit generic and predictable.
The characters in "The Son of Bigfoot" were funny and nicely detailed, and there were a bunch of hilarious situations throughout the course of the story. This, naturally, added to the overall enjoyment of the movie.
The voice acting in the movie was quite good and really helped the movie along nicely. And with this being an animated movie, the voice acting is crucial.
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