Harry and the Hendersons

1987

Action / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

100
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 44%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 55%
IMDb Rating 6 10 28938

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John Lithgow as George Henderson
Melinda Dillon as Nancy Henderson
Lainie Kazan as Irene Moffitt
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816.04 MB
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English
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23.976 fps
1hr 50 min
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1hr 50 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Geeky Randy 10 / 10

Geeky Randy's summary

An unlikely creature touches the hearts of a family in this underrated beauty. John Lithgow, Melinda Dillon and the rest of the cast all fit their characters perfectly. A wonderful chemistry of happy moments, sad moments and funny moments. The conclusion is both heartbreaking and heartwarming — not your typical family-film ending, but too perfect to be rewritten. The beautiful scenery of Washington State and the costume design are also to be admired. Joe Cocker's "Love Lives On" is the perfect song for this film's end credits. Followed by an inferior television series of the same name.

**** (out of four)

Reviewed by Dalbert Pringle 6 / 10

The Trouble With Harry

If I were to choose just one, single word to best describe this "shaggy" comedy called Harry and the Hendersons (that's HATH, for short), that word would definitely have to be - "Cute".

Yeah. "Cute" pretty much sums up HATH to a "T".

It's plainly obvious that the audience which HATH is aimed at is, of course, children - But, what the heck - Can't a big kid at heart, like Dalbert Pringle here, enjoy being entertained by this thing, too? HATH's total appeal rests solely on the big, broad shoulders of the Harry character, who just happens to be the most adorable, and, yes, cutest Sasquatch that you're ever gonna set your peepers on.

Of course, Harry isn't particularly cute, or adorable, at first, though. No way.

To begin with, Harry is mainly a mean and ornery cuss, as only a bona fide Sasquatch (suddenly removed from his own environment) could possibly be expected to be. It's the Henderson's (especially George) who teach Harry about the rewarding benefits of cuteness and adorability, and, of course, the necessity of bathing.

Reviewed by bheadher 8 / 10

Simply a very well done and fun movie...

I can still remember the first time I saw Harry...the movie was hilarious just about all the way through. Harry's costume was so realistic that it actually made the movie sorta believable, heh heh...and his antics were so funny, without being strained...

I would have thought it would have gotten a better rating, but what the heck...I simply loved it for what it was, high comedy.

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