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Big Fish

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On the backdrop of his father Edward Bloom's cancer, Will Bloom, an international journalist, and his wife, French photojournalist Josephine Blum, pregnant with her first child, left for Paris to return to Ashton, Alabama, to see him. They both left in mysterious circumstances but his father quickly dies Edward. Although there was a direct connection to Will's mother - Edward's wife, Sandra Blum -, Will was neglected for three years. After Edward's death, his father's case will be one of Edward's fairy tales and may reveal many surprises.
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December 26, 2003

A disappointingly dull thud of a fantasy.
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January 12, 2016

the father-and-son story to beat all father-and-son stories
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October 18, 2008

Never has going fishing or getting caught been such a treat.
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Suite101.com
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September 25, 2010

Reliant more on powerful familial emotions than wacky splendor, "Big Fish" treads as close to our real world as Tim Burton ever could - a melancholy dissection of paternal distance and never truly knowing how many lives those we love can truly affect.
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Common Sense Media

December 22, 2010

Delightful, sad father-son story for teens and up.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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December 26, 2003

A long-winded indulgence in tear-and-a-smile whimsy.
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New York Magazine/Vulture

August 07, 2004

Overall, the film feels like it issues from a place Burton doesn't inhabit.
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City Pages, Minneapolis/St. Paul
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August 21, 2009

Burton, favoring form over content, flavor over fact, has been often criticized for not knowing how to bring his work to satisfactory resolution. But I'd call that a good thing. Blame it on his dad.
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March 16, 2004

Burton shows the rivalry between father and son but not the rancor, which seems to fit with the film's calm lyricism. But the father-son conflict is meant as the dramatic crux, and a forceful actor would have given it some much-needed bite.
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April 29, 2009

Burton invokes the imagination from his crowd and succeeds in making us gasp in wonder.
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January 08, 2004

A compelling look at the relationships between fathers and sons, and the child coming to terms with the parent's mortality.
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February 09, 2006

The film doesn't so much reject history as selectively rewrite it to its own reactionary, even offensive ends. This might perhaps be just about tolerable were the film funny, illuminating, insightful or moving. It is not.
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