The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot

The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot

By Robert D. Krzykowski

  • Genre: Robert D. Krzykowski
  • Release Date: 2019-02-08
  • Advisory Rating: Unrated
  • Runtime: 1h 37min
  • Director: Robert D. Krzykowski
  • Production Company: Makeshift Pictures
  • iTunes Price: USD 13.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 4.99
From 149 Ratings


Since WWII, Calvin Barr has lived with the secret that he was responsible for the assassination of Adolf Hitler. Now, decades later, the US government has called on him again for a new top-secret mission. Bigfoot has been living deep in the Canadian wilderness and is carrying a deadly plague that is now threatening to spread to the general population. Relying on the same skills that he honed during the war, Calvin must set out to save the free world yet again. Starring Sam Elliott, Aidan Turner, Caitlin FitzGerald and Ron Livingston, The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot follows the epic adventures of an American legend that no one has ever heard of.




  • Awful

    By Styopa
    Who would think a Sam Elliot movie could be so bad? This one is. Don't waste your time or money. Terrible.
  • Incredibly boring waste of my time

    By Born to Synthesize
    I thought this would be a quirky, unusual independent film, but it came across like a bad student film. Terrible plot and the directing was horrendous.
  • Insight into Movie Reviews

    By storytellerstudios
    Watch in wonder as you attempt to reconcile the 74% Tomatometer score with this utterly boring movie.
  • Mindless

    By MovieFan!0542
    76% Tomato rating? Don’t be fooled, the movie is as terrible as the name suggests.
  • Not Good

    By VanLife2112
    The title of this movie had the trapping of an original and inventive storyline. With Sam Elliot as the lead, how bad could it be? Well, pretty bad. It's really an all over the place mess that's hard to follow or latch on to. One of the worst movies I've watched in a long time. What about the 75% RT rating? Obviously fake, paid for, reviews. RT is useless as long as studios are free to offer compensation for positive reviews.
  • Pleasantly Surprised

    By conformistmachinepeople
    Caught by the title, which sums up the two major events in the movie. It’s all upfront, you know what’s going to happen. But there is much more to it, themes of loneliness, loss, desire, love, fear, and probably some others sprinkled here and there. And the way that Calvin got to where he was and what he left behind sew the story together, with flashbacks and clean cinematography. Don’t expect a movie that screams ‘Hollywood’ (c’mon, the title, remember?) and you might end up like me, pleasantly surprised.
  • Seriously bad

    By movieoooooooo1
    I stopped halfway through. It would be a waste to invest anymore time into this movie through writing a long review.
  • The Man Who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot

    By -00000
    I'm ashamed for Sam Elliot...its one the the worst movies I've seen...the worst acting by all the actors and such a horrible script...this is the first review i have ever responded to...I am sorry I wasted .99cents which is nothing but compared to how awful this movie is...its way to much money!!! It deserves -O stars
  • The worst movie I have seen in a very long time

    By Greyelph
    The title sounded fun, the trailer looked interesting; however, this film was a waste of two hours I wish I could have back. The story is disjointed, the plot lines unrelated and the film makes ridiculous leaps in time and plot. Stay away from this one.
  • This was a daydream from someone with a heart.

    By Lena La Luna
    This was a wonderful diversion from the garbage Hollywood has been relentlessly bombarding us till you want to scream. The main character had character, and didn’t fit any of the formulas for modern movie success. If you’ve lived, loved, fought, and suffered, you just might get it. If you’re one of those who didn’t get it, who cares, these’s a whole factory of mindless movies on they’re way for you to watch and forget. This one I’ll remember.