Kid’s take on movies: ‘Smallfoot’
Smallfoot is a really good animated movie with really fun characters and some amazing songs. I might even call it a musical.
The story of Smallfoot is told by the many scenes and lots of songs. There’s a Yeti named Migo (Channing Tatum), who is sweet and nice, but he gets kicked out of his village by the leader, the Stonekeeper (Common). Migo is banished because he told the Yeti village that he saw a monster called a “smallfoot.” As you might guess, a smallfoot is just a human.
Yetis believe that humans are fairytale creatures, but Migo saw one in real life. Nobody believes that Migo had a smallfoot sighting.
Migo really did see a smallfoot, and the movie follows him trying to prove himself. At the same time, it shows the story of the smallfoot, whose name is Percy (James Corden). Percy is a TV host who needs a big story to save his show from being canceled.
I love the scenery in this film because it is all snowy. The story takes place in the Himalayas. I found the story interesting because it takes place way up in the mountains where old fables are told. I like the silly beliefs that the Yetis have such as believing the sun is a giant snail and that memories hold up mountains.
There are so many creative little things like that throughout the whole movie, which really held my attention.
The music soundtrack is awesome. I’ve already downloaded it. The music is one of the best parts of the movie.
This film is for everybody, especially kids like me who are really into adventure. I recommend it for ages 5 to 18, as well as adults. I think parents will like it. It has some really funny humor and is like a musical comedy delight. Smallfoot is now playing in theaters, so go look for it.