Monster Trucks Review
13 Jan 2017
Behind the Scene and other Major Plot Points
Chris Wedge’s first live-action film.
Every non-police car in the film is a Dodge.
Filmed in Kamloops, British Columbia. According to the license plates seen in the trailers, the film is set in North Dakota
Originally produced by Nickelodeon Movies, which left the project during post production. On November 17, 2016, the second trailer was released, with Nickelodeon’s logo signifying that they were back as co-producers
When an evil truck driver sees, then crashes into a large rock.
1950s-era Dodge trucks
Five green 1950s-era Dodge trucks were built for the movie. One, with its engine in the pickup bed, could be driven from a position under the hood. This was done so no driver could be seen, but it’s also the same place where Creech is when he *drives.”
RT/Meta Critic Review
This is a surprisingly entertaining movie about monsters, trucks, and respect. Most of the action involved the “Monster Truck” Creech in vehicle chases with other trucks, pickups, and even a huge super dumptruck. Recommended for family viewing, this is a kid-friendly and feel-good movie that teaches good values. (dm_punks/Metacritic)