For some reason the words “Big Friendly Giant” never kick in when I hear/read the title of Steven Spielberg‘s big family fantasy. That’s because I’m averse to the words “friendly” or “gentle” — it it okay if I refer to the film as “Big Effing Giant”? Disney will open the film on July 1st and may, God help me, have arranged to show it at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. If that happens I’ll be stuck — I’ll have to sit through it. An adaptation of Roald Dahl‘s 1982 children’s book by the late Melissa Mathison, The BFG is about a young orphan girl (Ruby Barnhill) transported to a storybook realm after meeting a gentle giant who’s not only voiced by Mark Rylance but obviously resembles him. Costarring Rebecca Hall, voiced-acted by Bill Hader and Jemaine Clement.