The Big Goofy Secret of Hidden Pines

DVD Release: August 5, 2014
The Big Goofy Secret of Hidden Pines


When two vacationers find — to their surprise — a baby Bigfoot, their lives are turned upside down. Fast forward twelve years to the small, quiet town of Hidden Pines, where Bertie the Bigfoot lives with Howard and Jill and their daughter Ally. Raised like a human, Bertie is exceptionally smart, athletic and an incorrigible prankster. However, Bertie’s idyllic life has come at a price as the whole town has been sworn to secrecy in order to protect him. When the Mayor of Hidden Pines realizes how rich and famous he’d be as “the man who discovers the first Bigfoot”, he conspires with his son to trap Bertie and expose his secret! And so begins this hilarious tale of cat and mouse, where slapstick meets screwball — creating a highly entertaining comedy of near misses!

Dove Review

There have been many movies made about teenage monsters and Bigfoot creatures over the years. Here is one that tells about a young Bigfoot that is part of a small town for years. Like most tanagers, Bertie likes to play pranks on others and have fun. But when that is all threatened by a new family in Hidden Pines the hilarity begins as most of the town tries to help keep the secret of their very own Bigfoot.

This is one of those comedies that make you laugh at the slapstick tactics used to keep the bad guys from the truth. There are many one-of-a-kind characters that crack you up with their eccentric personalities. The movie is filled with the funny situations that one might have if a Bigfoot lived in your hometown.

Due to some content, we award this film the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12+.

Content Description

Sex: A young man makes a pass at girl; two young teenage boys discuss doing "it", referring to sex and kissing; a couple is seen kissing; sexual comment about breasts.
Language: OMG/OG-4; D/D--it-3; name calling such as idiot; moron; numb n*ts, schmuck, jerk, stupid twit.
Violence: A young person plays pranks on others; paper boy hits man in behind with paper; boy steals donuts from a man; man pulls another's ear; shooting eggs at people; hunters.
Drugs: A woman drinks from a flask; woman asks for alcohol; woman drunk and drinking from big bottle of booze.
Nudity: A woman pees behind bushes; woman's crack of behind shown; cleavage; short skirts; woman urinates on another.
Other: Rude woman; believing in Bigfoot and keeping secrets; judging others by the way they look.


Company: Mill Creek Entertainment
Writer: Henri Charr
Director: Henry Charr
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 100 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe