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
This is the first Warner Animation Group film to have Warner Bros. Pictures logo with "A WarnerMedia Company". 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 »
In the UK; the film was passed PG uncut for infrequent, mild bad language. The distributor then opted to make 1 seconds of cuts to remove a single use of the term 'crap' in order to lower the film to a U rating. See more »
Pretty cute with some strong messages! I hope all parents can discuss some of these with children that are age appropriate. I also think it works on other levels, but my 10 year old daughter and I had some good talks. And she also laughed pretty hard at some of the slap-sticky humor!
On a brief note of WTF??? The song that rips of "Under Pressure" by Queen/Bowie is quite possibly the worst song my ears have ever been subjected to. How in the world was that approved by those artists? And for god's sake, why did James Corden agree to sing it? If you think Vanilla Ice ruined that song, you have no idea. I wish, wish, wish that Khan, from Star Trek 2, would get another Ceti Eel and put it in my ear to nest and release its eggs into my brain. I then wish the baby eels would eat up all the parts of my brain where the memory of that song exists - no matter how much devouring that took. Honestly, it's that bad. And it's on Spotify. wow...
Now Common's song, that was awesome!!!!
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