IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT DON’T REALLY COUNT, US, 93 MIN
This middling cartoon for children is neither good nor bad. It just happens along in an amiably bland fashion. Considering the voice talent that signed for the production – led by names such as Channing Tatum, Danny DeVito, Zendaya, James Corden and, umm, LeBron James – more effort could have been made to leave a lasting impression. Tatum stars as Migo, a massive yeti whose undiscovered community high in the sky is buzzing with rumours that the supposedly imaginary creature known as a “smallfoot” – otherwise called a human being – might actually exist. When Migo lets slip he might have met one, he is banished, and won’t ever be let back in until he comes up with some evidence. After getting off to a mildly engaging start, the vibe tapers down to average. Pre-schoolers and primary schoolers will be best served here by an easy-to-follow story and stacks of
Ice Age- style antics.