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The BFG Movie Download

Action / Adventure / Animation / Drama / Family / Fantasy
1 hr 31 min

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Plot Summary:
Sophie is snatched from her orphanage early one morning by the BFG (Big Friendly Giant), whom she witnesses engaged in mysterious activities. She is soon put at ease, as she learns that BFG’s job is to collect, catalog and deliver pleasant dreams to children. She joins him that night, but a mean giants follow them, planning to eat the children of the world.
Brian Cosgrove
Top Cast
Angela Thorne as Queen Of England

David Jason as The BFG

Amanda Root as Sophie

The BFG 1989 720p.BluRay

600.16 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
Seeds 2.

The BFG 1989 1080p.BluRay

1.15 GB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
Seeds 8.

The BFG review

Reviewed by jboothmillard

5 / 10

Following from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Danny the Champion of the World, this was the third feature length adaptation of one of the works of the great Roald Dahl, and the first to be a cartoon, from the creators of Danger Mouse and Count Duckula. Basically young orphan girl Sophie (Amanda Root) is taken from the orphanage, run by cantankerous and abusive Mrs. Clonkers (Myfanwy Talog) by a cloaked giant she sees blowing a trumpet into a bedroom window across the street. Sophie is taken to Giant Country, and into the cave of the giant (Sir David Jason), he tells that all other giants are eating children, but he is a nice giant, he is the Big Friendly Giant, the BFG, he will only eat the disgusting tasting “Snozzcumber”. The BFG explains that he took Sophie to stop her telling others that she saw a giant, they are suddenly interrupted by the Bloodbottler Giant (Don Henderson) who overheard talking, he is eventually repelled from the cave by being tricked into eating Snozzcumber, Sophie hiding in it is almost swallowed before he spat her out. While cleaning herself, the BFG tells Sophie about his job of blowing dreams into the bedrooms of children, when she asks for a drink he treats her to a taste of fizzy drink “Frobscottle”, its bubbles go downwards, causing the drinker flatulation, or “whizzpopping” as BFG says, and to soar. The next morning, the BFG takes Sophie to Dream Country to catch more dreams, on the way the other giants torment him, notably by the Fleshlumpeater Giant (Don Henderson), the largest and most fearsome. In Dream Country, the BFG shows his skill for dream-catching, Sophie joins him floating, but they are forced to go back to his Dream Cave when he catches a nightmare, or a “Trogglehumper”, his cave is surrounded by hundreds of colourful dreams, all labelled to be mixed together to make stories for children. The BFG demonstrates his dream-blowing duties, Sophie watches with joy as children are made happy with their dreams, but they are interrupted and hide when the Fleshlumpeater has come to eat children, the BFG runs, leaving the giant to devour a child. Hearing that the giants have been talking about eating children in a school, Sophie comes up with a plan for the BFG to make a dream to blow into the bedroom of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (Angela Thorne), following the nightmare the Queen meets Sophie, meets the BFG, and believes their story. Following a meeting with the Head of the Army (Ballard Berkeley) and the Head of the Air Force (Michael Knowles), a fleet of Chinook helicopters to follow the BFG to Giant Country to capture the nine giants; also including the Manhugger, the Meatdripper, the Childchewer, the Butcher Boy, the Maidmasher, the Bonecruncher and the Gizzardgulper. The Fleshlumpeater is the only giant left loose, he attacks the BFG, before going after Sophie, he is stopped by the BFG blowing a nightmare dream, about Jack, the famous giant killer, cutting down his beanstalk, this is the only things giants, including the BFG himself, fear. In the end the giants are dropped into a large metal pit, and will be forced to eat Snozzcumbers from now on, Sophie has the opportunity to live in Buckingham Palace where they will create a new home for orphaned children, while the BFG must return to blow dreams, but Sophie wishes to remain with the BFG, and they go back to Giant Country together. Jason gives a great light-hearted voice with plenty of “gobblefunk” (his language with mixed and muddled words) to the lovable gigantic friend to the sweet little girl voiced by Root, and it is animated well enough, it does have it’s slightly slow spots, but for the songs “Whizzpopping” and “Sometimes, Secretly”, the adorable friendship and the nice simple story, it is good fun for all the family, a very pleasant animated fantasy. It was nominated the BAFTA TV Award for Best Children’s Programme (Entertainment/Drama). Worth watching!Read More