Sunday, 11 September 2011

Big Fish - REVIEW

Film of the Day #188/ 300

Whoever said honest was the best policy, probably should have found the time to occasionally escape from reality and live a fantasy, since not every lie will get you into trouble. Sometimes it’s better to stretch the truth and fabricate veracity, as every so often a little white lie can grow into something poetically beautiful, heart-warming and attractively more fascinating than actuality. Big Fish is the touching tale of a Father misunderstood by his Son. Tim Burton expertly shapes the life of Edward Bloom in tangents that piece by piece reveal the many faces of a charming and absorbing man, loved and touched by many. Big Fish focuses on a emotional farewell, that still with many of Burtons quirks is by far his most moving and affecting,