- 1hr 35m
- 1hr 35m
A charming stop-motion animation in which a haughty explorer agrees to help a sasquatch-like creature find his family.More Details »
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Mr. Link is eight feet tall, easygoing and furry — and he’s a legend. When famed explorer Sir Lionel Frost (voiced by Hugh Jackman) finds Link (Zach Galifianakis) in the Pacific Northwest, the sasquatch convinces the globe-trotter to help him finds his missing family. So begins an amazing adventure to the famed valley of Shangri-La.
The new stop-motion animated movie from the celebrated artists at Laika (Coraline, Kubo and the Two Strings) is yet another leap forward for the company. As Link, Frost, and Adelina Fortnight (Zoe Saldana) roam through distant lands, they find adventure and family in the most unexpected places.
- Hugh Jackman
- Zoe Saldana
- Timothy Olyphant
- Emma Thompson
- Matt Lucas
- Zach Galifianakis
- Amrita Acharia
- Stephen Fry
- David Walliams
Did You Know?
- 4th voice acting performance for Emma Thompson in a theatrical film, after Treasure Planet (2002), Brave (2012), and Beauty and the Beast (2017), as well as her first time voice acting in a film that is not distributed from Disney.
Atom User Reviews
Truly touching, heartfelt, and inspiring
This movie is not Disney or Pixar, the dialogue is a little advanced for the average kid. Overall the story was very boring, wish I had taken my kid to see something different
It’s filled with colorful characters, innovative creature design, and some of the most spectacular sets in Laika’s history.
One wishes the script might have shared the degree of precision that has obviously been applied to the technical side of the production, which is resplendent in visual dazzle from the smallest beads of sweat on a character’s forehead to the vintage knit fabrics to those sprawling exotic vistas.
Writer-director Chris Butler (“ParaNorman”) excels in his decision to direct the story with gorgeous, bright, bold colors but seems to flounder in telling his story in a way that resonates for children and adults. His script seems aimed at elementary school-aged children, with light-hearted and easy humor, but it fails to hold interest beyond a few scenes.