Big Eyes [Includes Digital Copy] [UltraViolet] [Blu-ray] [Eng/Spa] [2014]

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3
A decent watch Posted by: from: on Although not my typical kind of movie, Big Eyes kept my attention and was a solid film, just not my thing. Acting was very good. Worth a shot if you are bored.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

4
Strong period piece Posted by: from: Cape Girardeau MO on Keeping it to the time period was well done and the acting top notch. You actually get your emotions stirred up by this one. Excellent special features. Seeing pictures and interviews of real personages was a welcome surprise.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

4
A good change of pace Posted by: from: on After being stuck in a rut basically carbon-copying his previous work, Tim Burton returns with a refreshingly game changer bio-pic that seems larger than life at times.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Awesome movie Posted by: from: Gresham, OR on This was a very touching movie and was a great witness! Her pictures were no longer sad when she learned about Jehovah and started serving him.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
great movie in blu ray Posted by: from: Powder Springs, GA on this is a great movie, especially in blu ray format. the blu ray transfer is super clear with excellent picture and sound.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Touching Film! Posted by: from: on Big Eyes was Tim Burton's best film in years! Definitely recommended! Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz = amazing!

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Awesome Posted by: from: on I recommend this movie to anyone who loves awesome movies..

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Best Movie of 2015 Posted by: from: on This movie is awesome to every last detail. All of the actors and actresses are superb! Delaney Raye did an amazing job portraying "Young Jane". I recommend this movie to all Tim Burton Fans and all artist lovers.

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3
Tim Burton's Best in Ages Posted by: from: Arkansas on Margaret Keane was made a prisoner and forced to live a lie. She was a timid, creative type not confident in her own skill and she was taken advantage of to the point she became trapped in this lie she felt she helped create. What was worse was that the cover-up of the initial lie became more punishing than the lie itself and only continued to grow and eat away at Margaret for the better part of a decade. With this type of story, this kind of inherently dramatic and interesting material there is plenty to dissect and examine and in the hands of a director like Tim Burton you might imagine that to be pretty promising. As of late though, Burton has resorted to a safety zone of reliable tricks and familiar stylings in order to keep his output regular and as a result his overall clout has somewhat diminished with those who adored his earlier work. Burton has always had a singular style, but the issue as of late has been finding material inspiring enough to match his peculiar visions. With Big Eyes he has the opportunity to present something of an introspective look at the dynamics of a marriage where one partner is essentially a slave and the other is delusional to the point of being a maniac. There are surely several statements to be made here, but Burton simply allows the material to speak for itself; intending to do little with his approach other than ensuring it looks like a Tim Burton film. As far as the depths of the souls in question here though, the material is only skin deep. For example, David Fincher took what could have easily become little more than a Lifetime-channel drama about a dysfunctional marriage earlier this year and by infusing it with his distinct voice, his precise style and countless undertones all while keeping the focus on one major theme crafted the most engaging crime thriller of the year if not the last decade. There is no such resonance to Big Eyes, but instead it is simply fine for what it is with two talented actors doing what they do best. It is a modest effort that I can't say I didn't enjoy as the story is interesting and perplexing, but I wasn't taken in by it and I wasn't thinking about it hours after leaving the theater. Instead, because it asked so little of me as an active viewer I suspected it had no intentions of lingering and so it's hard to fault it for being something it's not, but it's disappointing knowing it could have been something more.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

5
Great Posted by: from: on This really showcased more diverse performance by Amy Adams, who tends to be "Amy Adams" in her roles. It also showcases Tim Burton's talent outside of his popular "his world" movies, sharing a true story with restraint and the right touches of his unique creativity. Krysten Ridder was great, just wanted to see her more, but not her movie. Tim - you need to build a movie around Krysten!

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