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Stuff.co.nz
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October 26, 2017

... Son of Bigfoot contains plenty of memorable characters and dialogue.
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The Mail on Sunday (UK)
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November 05, 2017

The Son Of Bigfoot is a children's cartoon that has terrific animation but relies on a script that may not thrill accompanying parents with its repeated use of the phrase 'holy crap' and slightly misfiring plot details.
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Daily Express (UK)
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November 02, 2017

An undemanding affair from the creators of Robinson Crusoe.
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The List
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October 30, 2017

An espionage-flavoured take on the Sasquatch myth, with directors Ben Stassen and Jeremy Degruson hitting the right, child-centric tone.
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Hollywood Reporter
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August 30, 2017

This mildly entertaining and very family friendly outing will play best with tykes who aren't quite ready for the more sophisticated meta-fictions of Pixar or DreamWorks.
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Times (UK)
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November 02, 2017

It's deeply derivative, but relatively inoffensive. Young kids will love it.
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Daily Express (UK)
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November 06, 2017

The dialogue could be wittier but the scary scenes are short-lived, the pace is brisk and the message is big-hearted.
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Guardian
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November 02, 2017

It's a fundamentally daft premise, but the film-makers have fun with it, sprinkling wry one-liners along the way to perk things up and threading the plot on a surprisingly strong emotional through-line.
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