Bigfoot

Theatrical Release: October 1, 2009
DVD Release: October 6, 2009
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Synopsis

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 attention of two bullies, they knock his bicycle off the road with their truck, and he ends up crashing in the forest. When he comes to, he is confronted by a new friend, Bigfoot, an eight-foot-tall creature, who has been displaced by a recent forest fire. Since his parents do not believe his story, Percy decides he has to look after Bigfoot. But when the two bullies stumble upon Bigfoot’s existence, they decide to capture him, take him back to their farm and sell him to the highest bidder. Now it’s up to Percy, Leonard and Madison to rescue Bigfoot and return him to his home.

Dove Review

If you are a fan of adventurously fun movies, you will enjoy “Bigfoot”. Besides being a comedy about the larger-than-life mythical character of the Northwest, this is a story of friendship, faith and helping others. Percy meets Bigfoot, who helps Percy with the bullies, and in return the two becomes friends. His own friends and even his parents don’t believe his story. When the bullies capture the lovable creature, Percy proves to his friends and family the truth and enlists their help for Bigfoot.

This is a cute family movie and we are pleased to award it our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal.

Content Description

Sex: Married couple kiss and hug; young couple hug; sexy dancing;
Language: Name calling ("Idiot', "stupid", "Moron") by bad characters.
Violence: Scenes of a forest fire; threats by bullies; guys chasing boy on bike with truck; men with guns hunting; Bigfoot throws things at bullies; Bigfoot is shot; tire thrown into car windshield; chase scenes; car crash; please note that most situations are shown in a slap-stick type of violence.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Cleavage; low cut tops on teenage girls.
Other: Telling a lie to parents because they would not believe the truth.

Info

Company: Image Entertainment
Director: Kevin Tenney
Producer: Sasquatch Production; George Shamieh; Osama Bastaki
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Richard Tyson; Adam Raque; Nicole Badaan; Keyon R. Dudley; Angie Everhart
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe