In a city of humanoid animals, a hustling theater impresario's attempt to save his theater with a singing competition becomes grander than he anticipates even as its finalists' find that their lives will never be the same.
A yeti named Migo is convinced that a human known only as "Small Foot" is real and has to prove to his tribe that it does exist with the help of Meechee and the S.E.S - Smallfoot Evidentiary Society.Written by
Mark Mason Robledo
James Corden in this film voices a Legendary Smallfoot (human) that gets told of in stories told by the Yetis that turns out to be true. In a TV Film adaption of The Gruffalo (2009), Corden voiced a mouse who told a story of the titular monster to predators to scare them off, which is proven to be true later on. The roles would be reversed in the follow up story, The Gruffalo's Child (2011), where the mouse would be considered a monster (known as The Big Bad Mouse) to the Gruffalo and his titular son. See more »
[Holding up a roll of toilet paper]
Behold, the Scroll of Invisible Wisdom. Imagine the amazing stuff they put in here.
I think it's just a lot of crap.
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With the exception of production company credit, there are no opening credits, and the title doesn't appear on-screen until the end. There is also a brief scene about one third of the way through the ending credits. See more »
The UK release has a slightly different dub, with former Spice Girl voicing Mama Bear instead of . See more »
The movie was beautiful, entertaining and funny. It had a good take away message and the casting was great. There was something missing though, I can't put my finger on it but something was missing from this that stops it from standing out as a fantastic movie. Maybe we need more songs or other lovable side characters I don't know. I did enjoy this but it's not my favourite this year
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