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The BFG
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Original Title: The BFG
Also Know As: El buen amigo gigante, Големият дружелюбен великан, O Bom Gigante Amigo, Roald Dahl's the BFG, El buen amigo gigante, BFG - Sophie & der Riese, BFG: Big Friendly Giant, Den store venlige kæmpe, Suur sõbralik hiiglane, El meu amic el gegant, Mi amigo el gigante, Iso kiltti jätti, Le bon gros géant, Roald Dahl's The BFG, Ο μεγάλος φιλικός γίγαντας, BFG Blagi Fantasticni Gorostas, A barátságos óriás, Ha'Ig, Big Friendly Giant, Il GGG - Il grande gigante gentile, BFG: Big Friendly Giant, DGM: Didysis gerulis milzinas, El buen amigo gigante, De GVR, De Grote Vriendelijke Reus, SVK: Store Vennlige Kjempe, El buen amigo gigante, BFG: Bardzo Fajny Gigant, O Amigo Gigante, VDDŽ - Veliki dobroćudni džin, Большой и добрый великан, SVJ - Stora vänliga jätten, VDV - Veliki dobrodušni velikan, Big Valley, Roald Dahl's The BFG, The Big Friendly Giant, El buen amigo gigante, Roald Dahl's the BFG, The BFG
Release: 2016-06-01
Runtime: 120 min.
Genre: Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Country: India, United States of America
Subtitle: English, French, Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Suomi, Irish, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese, Russian, German, Dutch, Afrikaans, Hindustani, Bengali, Swahili, Persian, Turkish, Italian, Japanese, Filipino, Tiếng Việt, Melayu, Indonesia
Stars: Ruby Barnhill, Mark Rylance, Rebecca Hall, Jemaine Clement, Bill Hader, Penelope Wilton
Plot: The BFG is no ordinary bone-crunching giant. He is far too nice and jumbly. It's lucky for Sophie that he is. Had she been carried off in the middle of the night by the Bloodbottler, or any of the other giants—rather than the BFG—she would have soon become breakfast. When Sophie hears that the giants are flush-bunking off to England to swollomp a few nice little chiddlers, she decides she must stop them once and for all. And the BFG is going to help her!
Sophie

Characters : Sophie

Actor : Ruby Barnhill

The BFG

Characters : The BFG

Actor : Mark Rylance

Mary

Characters : Mary

Actor : Rebecca Hall

Fleshlumpeater

Characters : Fleshlumpeater

Actor : Jemaine Clement

Bloodbottler

Characters : Bloodbottler

Actor : Bill Hader

The Queen

Characters : The Queen

Actor : Penelope Wilton

Matron

Characters : Matron

Actor : Marilyn Norry

General #1

Characters : General #1

Actor : Chris Shields

General #2

Characters : General #2

Actor : Matt Frewer

General #3

Characters : General #3

Actor : Geoffrey Wade

Mr. Tibbs

Characters : Mr. Tibbs

Actor : Rafe Spall

Danish Father

Characters : Danish Father

Actor : Haig Sutherland

Footman #1

Characters : Footman #1

Actor : John Emmet Tracy

Manhugger / Lout #1

Characters : Manhugger / Lout #1

Actor : Adam Godley

Bonecruncher / Lout #2

Characters : Bonecruncher / Lout #2

Actor : Daniel Bacon

Meatdripper / Lout #3

Characters : Meatdripper / Lout #3

Actor : Paul Moniz de Sa

The BFG

Characters : The BFG

Actor : Alejandro Cuello

Maidmasher / Cook

Characters : Maidmasher / Cook

Actor : Ólafur Darri Ólafsson

Butcher Boy / Danish Driver

Characters : Butcher Boy / Danish Driver

Actor : Michael Adamthwaite

Cook

Characters : Cook

Actor : Gabrielle Rose

Orphan Girl #1 / Sophie Understudy

Characters : Orphan Girl #1 / Sophie Understudy

Actor : Lucia Ryan

Orphan Girl #2

Characters : Orphan Girl #2

Actor : Julia Torrance

Palace Guardsman

Characters : Palace Guardsman

Actor : Graham Curry

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Screen-Space

A Review by Screen-Space

by Screen-Space

""The only element of the entire production that inspires any kind of wonder is just how far from a satisfying adaptation the film proves to be..." Read the full review here: http://screen-space.squarespace.com/reviews/2016/5/15/the-bfg.html"

Reno

A Review by Reno

by Reno

"**Little Sophie's giant adventure.** I did not dislike it, but I thought it was not creative enough. I had seen the British animation and this one retained the same story. Of course, which was originally from the book, but nothing new other than a decent computer graphics. I liked the performance of the little girl who had played the Sophie. She was the only live character until the final stage where more joins her. So she was wonderful along with Mark Rylance's CGI role. Straight to the point, the adventure begins right away. Sophie, the ten year old orphan girl was snatched by a giant named BFG after she witnessed him wandering on the street through her dorm room window on one midnight. Fearing she might expose the giant's existence, so he had to take her with him to his country. Then there they become very close, but a new threat arises when the other giants suspect of a human's existence in their enclosure. So fighting them, followed by a permanent solution to menace caused by them is what narrated in the rest. It was like Peter Jackson's 'The Lovely Bones' for Steven Spielberg, I mean the films that did not work for them. I anticipated a major surge in this by the family film specialist Spielber. Because I usually love his film, tell me who won't. From children to adults, his films targets all ages. But if you had seen the old version, then you will lose half the interest. That's definitely won't be the same for the kids, they will love it. There's no harm for watching it once, so go for it. _6/10_"

Gimly

A Review by Gimly

by Gimly

"The animated '89 version of _The BFG_ was a staple of my youth, so naturally I was excited for a Steven Spielberg redo. Unfortunately, I don't think the tale lends itself well to the live action format. That, or the hands making this piece were unable to concentrate the narrative to where it went. In either case, the end product is a film with many tiny endearing moments of nostalgia that at no point come together to create a laudable whole. _Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._"

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