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Bigfoot's Wild Weekend

Bigfoot's Wild Weekend (2012) Movie Poster
USA  •    •  85m  •    •  Directed by: Jeff Murray.  •  Starring: David Novak, Chase Carter, Nikki Parsneau, Ronald Dean Blackwell, Coty Shane Tate, Kim Liacono, Kimberly Liacono, D.T. Carney, Tyler Smith, Bree Rose, Jack Bradford, Jeslen Mishelle Saenz, Aja Chachanhsy.  •  Music by: Tricia Minty.
    Harlan James doesn't believe in Bigfoot. He's determined to disprove his existence when he heads into the woods, and starts to interview witnesses. Much to Harlan's surprise, he finds that Bigfoot is no forest-dwelling menace, but a mischievous Sasquatch with a taste for beer, and a love of beautiful women. Unfortunately for the fun-loving creature, vengeful redneck Chester Scroggins and some villainous bounty hunters are more interested in capturing Bigfoot than sharing a brew with him. Now, with the clock ticking, Harlan enlists the aid of the local sheriff and a pretty television reporter in getting the story of a lifetime, and protecting the beast who only wants to party.

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On a beautiful day of hanging with friends, we stumbled across the movie on Netflix. With a vote of 2-1, we managed to watch it, and boy was it a trip! With character name's such as Sheriff Bubba and Billy Bo Bob, you may have expected this to come, and boy did it deliver! With absolutely amazing settings, such as a Chinese-Italian restaurant, and a horribly written plot line that makes no sense, it reaches the pinnacle of cinema on that turn around point where it's so bad it's good. However, from just how bad it is, it's so bad it's FANTASTIC! I recommend this movie to anyone with a sense of humour or with the movie selection for movie night with the entire family to embarrass anyone.

Review by Jeyden Falardeau from the Internet Movie Database.