Big EyesA drama about the awakening of the painter Margaret Keane, her phenomenal success in the 1950s, and the subsequent legal difficulties she had with her husband, who passed off her work as his own in the 1960s.Keywords:
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Directors of "Big Eyes"Tim BurtonBirthdate: 25 August 1958, Burbank, California, USA
Creators of "Big Eyes"Scott AlexanderBirthdate: 16 June 1963, Los Angeles, California, USALarry KaraszewskiBirthdate: 20 November 1961, South Bend, Indiana, USA
Critic Reviews of "Big Eyes"San Diego ReaderMay 23, 2016
Burton had a chance to make a powerful statement on the struggle for a woman to achieve artistic recognition and instead settled for another childlike fairy tale.New YorkerJanuary 12, 2015
A feminist psycho-melodrama made without insight or dramatic excitement.Chicago ReaderJanuary 02, 2015
Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz are charismatic in the lead roles; occasionally they distract from the movie's overall smugness.Rolling StoneDecember 30, 2014
For all its tonal shifts and erratic pacing, the film is Burton's heartfelt tribute to the yearning that drives even the most marginalized artist to self expression no matter what the hell anyone thinks.New York Magazine/VultureDecember 29, 2014
Adams is lovely and tremulous, but Big Eyes would be even better if Waltz was in the same key.Scroll.inJune 21, 2016
The 106-minute drama is always watchable, and works no less and no more than a two-dimensional portrait that catches the eye and suggests deeper meaning than is actually present.Epoch TimesMay 31, 2016
Burton's uninspired made-for-cable vibe and Christoph Waltz's overly manic performance always feel at odds with each other.Seanax.comApril 10, 2016
Big Eyes is Tim Burton's second foray into strange but true stories of American termite art culture... a story about the pain behind the façade of happiness and success.CinemixtapeApril 09, 2016
A lovingly crafted, uncommonly astute look at gender roles in American families.Flick FilosopherApril 06, 2016
A bitter feminist fairy tale about a woman betrayed by love and trust and crafted by culture to be vulnerable to the charms of a con-artist husband.Independent Online (South Africa)March 07, 2016
Bright yet disturbing, Big Eyes is both an indicator of just how far women have come in the past 60 years and a comment on the commercialisation of pop culture.
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