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SMALLFOOT <span>(2018)</span> artwork


Type Feature

Approx. Running minutes 94

Release dates 12/10/2018

Ratings Info very mild threat, rude humour, language

Genre(s) Comedy, Animation

Director(s) Karey Kirkpatrick,Jason Reisig

Cast includes Channing Tatum (voice), James Corden (voice), Zendaya (voice), Common (voice), LeBron James (voice), Gina Rodriguez (voice), Danny DeVito (voice), Yara Shahidi (voice), Ely Henry (voice), Jimmy Tatro (voice)

Summary SMALLFOOT is an animated comedy adventure in which a young Yeti learns that humans exist.

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Ratings info

Ratings info publication date 02/10/2018

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

SMALLFOOT is an animated comedy adventure in which a young yeti learns that humans exist.


Scenes of very mild threat include a yeti running from a plane that is about to crash land, characters caught in an avalanche and being confronted by an angry bear, police cars and helicopters chasing a yeti that is wrongly believed to be dangerous, and a human character being alarmed at their first sighting of a yeti. A scene features the telling of the yetis' history in basically drawn animated images of humans threatening them with flaming torches and spears. The threat is usually brief and presented in a comic manner with reassurance to those in danger arriving quickly.


Very mild rude humour includes references, accompanied by basically drawn animated images, to the world of the yetis being created when it "fell from the butt" of a mythical giant yak.


There is very mild bad language ('jerk', 'butt', 'poop').


Cinema, 3D Cinema, DVD, 3D DVD
Warner Home Video Ltd,Warner Bros Entertainment UK Ltd.
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Note to parents
Some versions of this film are displayed in the 3D or IMAX format and some younger children may find them a more intense experience

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