Sophie, an orphan living in London, happens to meet a giant who captures and delivers the dreams of humans. Fearing that she might reveal his existence, the 'Big Friendly Giant' or the BFG for short, takes her to the Giant Country. Though they become friendly, Sophie's presence in the place attracts the attention of Bloodbottler, Fleshlumpeater and other man-eating giants. They try their best to find out Sophie and kill her for their food.
As the bloodbottlers' atrocities increase day by day, BFG drafts a plan to kill them and the rest of the film narrates its execution.
Kollywood's veteran actor Nassar has dubbed his voice to BFG actor for the film's Tamil version and it suits well with the visuals. Like any other Spielberg movies, even BFG has shown the greatness in its making. The delightful visuals and the graphics makes the audience enjoy the movie. Little Sophie can be admired for her smartness and the cute looks.
John William's back ground music is terrific and supports the streamline of the film.
Totally, The BFG is friendly.