Spoilers Alert : This BFG Review contains huge spoilers for the movie.
Steven Spielberg’s Fantasy Movie The BFG Review is here and it doesn’t look good, however, the movie was entertaining at some points, mostly when Penelope Wilton shows up as The Queen.
Queen’s remotely fun scene clearly saved the whole movie to be a complete disaster but don’t worry, there is much more to learn and see as BFG takes place in an world of Giants and by the way those who don’t know what BFG stands for, it’s Big Friendly Giant and we can clearly see it in the movie as Giant Monsters are the one who to look for in this Steven Spielberg Fantasy flick, Giants are everywhere.
Surely, BFG is a Fantasy movie and it does delivers more into the fantasy realm than those other movies out there, BFG begins with Sophie, a little orphanage girl at three in the morning spots a Giant outside of her window and the image of Giant hand reaching towards her to snatch this girl out of her bed is quite striking though but suddenly the Giant starts running away and taking this girl to his Giant Country.
Ruby Barnhill played as Sophie in BFG and she’s a newcomer in Hollywood but after seeing her performance in this movie, everyone was shocked, she’s good.
BFG contains a lot of physical humor and even a Fart Joke but things just gets worse when other big giants want Sophie to eat, forcing BFG to keep his new friend safe and hidden from Giant Monsters.
BFG is saved by that 15-Minutes visit to the Queen, that was so incredibly fun moment.
However, the special effects which is used in the movie are too great and looks beautifully done. Just from a technical standpoint this already looks better than recent Giant Adventure Movie name ‘Jack The Giant Slayer‘ & after watching the BFG Movie you’ll know that director Steven Spielberg did a great job in direction.