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Film Review - Big Eyes


“Big Eyes” reunites director Tim Burton with screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. Their last collaboration was 1994’s “Ed Wood,” a bio-pic about one of Hollywood’s worst filmmakers and his collection of friends and artists. It’s also considered by many to be Burton’s best picture. Returning to the bio-pic routine, the trio cooks up “Big Eyes,” an overview of Margaret Keane’s marriage and life as a frustrated artist. Those anticipating another affectionate and playful romp in the “Ed Wood” style should rein in expectations, as the production elects the Lifetime Movie route, missing many of the askew elements that typically shadow a Burton effort. Creative growth is welcome, but “Big Eyes” is hurt by a flavorless, humorless script and generic direction. Read the rest at


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