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While E.T. had tears to spare for everyone in the family, Harry and the Hendersons is strictly for the kids.
A big, Harry family adventure full of laughs.
Up there with E.T, as one of the top family flicks of the 80s
Just as Mac and Me eventually devolved into a feature-length commercial for McDonald's, Harry and the Hendersons eventually emerges as a vegetarian screed.
Charming and silly.
Passable family pap.
John Lithgow paying his dues.
Fun, one-of-a-kind, and sometimes scary, adventure/comedy with the always-delightful, John Lithgow.
Spielbergian sentimentality at its ickiest
A warm and fuzzy family adventure about why you can't domesticate a sasquatch.
A family hits bigfoot with their car when coming back from camping and decide to take the corpse back with them to Seattle. The problem: he isn't dead, but one of the most lovable creatures ever put on film. You gotta give Kevin Peter Hall credit for expressing a lot through his eyes, but the creators of the bigfoot suit also did a terrific job. The family friendly comedy is not exactly full of surprises but good enough for a few great laughs and the usual political correct morale at the end. The furry protagonist makes up for the cheesy parts and just makes you hope you could have one at home too.
This 80's family comedy is a passable flick and nothing more. It didn't produce a lot of laughs but it's not without it's charm.
Family movie classic indeed...easy to see why I'd always heard it mentioned from time to time.
Not so good like apparent be. Rotten.
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