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Rachel Marshall 4 months ago
Felt pretty uncomfortable with the romance but the rest was really fun
emilio murillo almost 3 years ago
Hanks gets the audience engaged right on. Plot may seem light, but it's got lots of layers
Tony Gandía 3 years ago
The Hanks charm is arguably born here; fun, heartwarming, magical.
Anastasia Loule over 4 years ago
A good movie about childhood!
Justin L. Clemons over 5 years ago
The moral of the movie is to keep a child-like imagination. Great movie.
Jonathan Evans over 5 years ago
I saw this too late but there are some terrific messages here. Big piano scene is sublime.
Lou almost 6 years ago
Can watch this again & again. Really funny, really endearing. With a little message too...
Grant davies 6 years ago
very young Tom in a good film about growing up.
Tavis over 6 years ago
Shame on you if you don't love Big. SHAME.
Kakra over 6 years ago
Robyn Hamilton over 6 years ago
Such a cute movie.
Daniel Jones almost 7 years ago
Truly endearing film. A true classic.
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
Tom Hanks' second best movie. That could be because I relate to his character so much.
ghunter 1 month ago
Yarakai 3 months ago
Brian Kuepper 6 months ago
Giorgia 9 months ago
Lauren Armstrong over 1 year ago
Big is a 1988 romantic comedy film directed by Penny Marshall and stars Tom Hanks as Josh Baskin, a young boy who makes a wish "to be big" to a magical fortune-telling machine and is then aged to adulthood overnight. The film also stars Elizabeth Perkins, and Robert Loggia and was written by Gary Ross, with Justin Schindler and Anne Spielberg. Big was the latest, and most successful, of a series of age-changing comedies produced in the late 1980s; the others being: Like Father Like Son (1987), 18 Again! (1988), Vice Versa (1988), and the Italian film Da grande (1987). After being humiliated and told he is too short for a carnival ride while attempting to impress an older girl (Kimberlee M. Davis), 13-year-old Josh Baskin (David Moscow) from Cliffside Park, New Jersey goes to a fortune-telling machine called Zoltar Speaks, and wishes that he was "big." His wish is granted, but he finds out that the machine is unplugged, and backs away. By the next morning, he is shocked to discover...
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