They are rich but still nice.
They are nice because they are rich. If I had all this I would be kinder.
🎬 Parasite (2019)
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BIG FISH (2003)
Directed by: Tim Burton
Starring: Ewan McGregor, Albert Finney, Billy Crudup
I’ve never been the biggest fan of Tim Burton; his style is just not my cup of tea. However, “Big Fish” being one of his most distinct movies, I found myself enjoying it a lot more than I thought I would.
Not to say it’s a flawless film, because it’s far from it. Its main mistake is the lack of a real unifying thread to bring all of its potential together. It feels like the people behind the movie had a lot of great ideas and concepts and symbolisms, but couldn’t quite figure out how to make a cohesive story out of it. The fact that Burton’s directing at times feels somewhat lazy doesn’t help, and neither does the clunky editing.
However, the film’s strengths are way more noticeable. For one, the acting is great; Ewan McGregor shines, but Albert Finney’s the one that steals the show.
The music is also amazing, as is the nice pacing of the story. The visuals were, overall, also pretty good, although a bit too simple for a movie that aimed to be so fantastic and grandiose.
If you like sweet, charming, somewhat cheesy movies, “Big Fish” might be just the thing for you. If you don’t, though, you wouldn’t really be missing out on a great film. 🎬
Personal enjoyment: 7/10