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Story Line For Big
|Release Date Big Jan 1, 1988 Wide Genres Big : Kids & Family,Science Fiction & Fantasy,Comedy|
|Total Vote User Big : Visitor|
|User Ranting Big : 3.4|
|User Percentage For Big : 73 %|
|User Count Like for Big : 370,601|
|All Critics Ranting For Big : 8|
|All Critics Count For Big : 56|
|All Critics Percentage For Big : 96 %|
Actors For Big
|Tom Hanks,Elizabeth Perkins,John Heard,Jared Rushton,Robert Loggia,David Moscow,Mercedes Ruehl,Jon Lovitz,Mark Ballou,Oliver Block,Vinnie Capone,Josh Clark,Kimberlee M. Davis,James Eckhouse,Nancy Giles,Paul Herman,Lela Ivey,Bruce Jarchow,Dana Kaminski,Erika Katz|
Big Movie Review
|Not a major movie but a pleasing one. |
Gene Siskel-Chicago Tribune
As far as the movie's message is considered -- if only grown-ups could be more like kids -- Jerry Lewis did an infinitely better job of plugging it in the 50s.
Jonathan Rosenbaum-Chicago Reader
Unspools with enjoyable genuineness and ingenuity.
Marshall, Hanks, and his co-stars seldom put a foot wrong.
Geoff Andrew-Time Out
For any other full-grown actors who try their hands at fidgeting, squirming, throwing water balloons and wolfing down food in a huge variety of comically disgusting ways, this really is the performance to beat.
Janet Maslin-New York Times
What's great about it is that it shows how wonderfully full of toys the world of adults can be. And though this may fall under the heading of tiny, perhaps even fatuous, revelations, it does send you out of the theater with a lighter step.
Hal Hinson-Washington Post
One of the best comedies about body-switching, Big is charming and occasioally witty with a splendid, star-making performance by Tom Hanks.
Wonderful story with some mature material.
Scott G. Mignola-Common Sense Media
One of Hollywood's all-time most appealing magic realist fantasies. [Blu-ray]
Peter Canavese-Groucho Reviews
The best of the spate of body-switching films in the late 80s.
-TV Guide's Movie Guide
Once in a blue moon, there are moments of perfect casting that virtually ensure a movie is going to be a piece of class. And that's what you've got here.
The consummate '80s film about kid-dom and growing old too fast.
Arthur Ryel-Lindsey-Slant Magazine
Hanks so convincingly played a grown-up with a 12-year-old mind that he transformed instantly in the public eye from a run-of-the-mill comedy star to a respected actor with limitless potential.
Phil Villarreal-Arizona Daily Star
It touched me
Kevin Carr-7M Pictures
The picture still stands proud as a comedy easy chair of sorts, but even more vividly as Tom Hanks's finest hour as an actor.
It is...one of those films that simply cannot be touched, no matter how one pokes and prods at its lapses in logic.
Great performance by Hanks makes this a winner.
Michael A. Smith-Nolan's Pop Culture Review
Fanciful tearjerker with Hanks in another diverse role
Steve Crum-Kansas City Kansan
Will appeal to children who don't want to grow up too fast and adults who yearn for the spontaneous play of childhood.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat-Spirituality and Practice
Will always remain Hanks' best comic performance.
Rob Thomas-Capital Times (Madison, WI)
Splendid comedy; Hanks' breakthrough role
James Sanford-Kalamazoo Gazette
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