The BFG takes the Roald Dahl classic tale and brings it to the big screen
I have not had a chance to read this Roald Dahl story. I didn’t know much about it until I saw the first trailer online. When I finally saw The BFG I liked it. Even though it had some weird parts overall it was a good film. Now it is being released on DVD. I was lucky to get a review copy and here is what I thought of it.
You can read the plot for The BFG below:
Disney presents a Roald Dahl classic directed by Steven Spielberg. In an imaginative tale filled with magic, wonder and unexpected friendship, a young girl is launched on an enormous adventure when she crosses paths with a mysterious being called the Big Friendly Giant.
The BFG is a visually stunning film. It is full of colorful locales and lands full of mystery and wonder. Bringing “The BFG” to Life is the best special feature on here that has Ruby Barnhill (Sophie) taking you on an amazing behind the scenes journey into the making of this film. It is full of amazing interviews, shows the making of all of the sets and introduces viewers to some of the cast. “Giants 101” is cool because it shows how much of the cast learned how to walk and act like giants thanks to movement choreographer/ motion capture performer Terry Notary. There is also “Melissa Mathison: A Tribute” which gives an in-depth look into her works, genius, talents and has interviews with much of the crew saying amazing things about her. If you want to learn more about The BFG click on this website.