Big Eyes Synopsis
BIG EYES tells the outrageous true story of history's most epic art fraud. Walter Keane revolutionized popular art with paintings of waifs with big eyes. The shocking truth was that Walter’s works were actually not his own, but by his wife Margaret.
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Movie Reviews

Interesting Film

By Miss Robyn
I enjoyed this movie. This is a nice film that captured some very tough parts of this woman's life. The actors did a good job. Quite entertaining. I also appreciated how the film depicted Jehovah's...

Big Eyes

By pablocebs
Finally a wholesome movie that teaches the value to be honest and truthful in a world where everything is other than that. It is especially important to note where she finds the source and courage to...

Excellent Movie

By joestokoe348
Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz just kill it in this fact based Tim Burton film. Everyone in our group felt like this will generate multiple Oscar nominations....Amy Adams is a lock. No wonder Amy...

Really Real

By allysonsellers
Christoph Waltz plays a fantabulous most movies; he is very convincing in this role. Amy Adams was pleasing, as usual. I liked the story and I loved the movie. Now, I wish I had all...

A must see

By mangerm
It's a definite departure from the usual Tim Burton type movie, and a good one at that. It's a fine example of how a good movie can keep your attention with a very fascinating story and compelling...

Big Eyes

By tubbspro
Very interesting story. I felt like it wasn't over dramatized by Hollywood. The actual events were dramatic enough. I felt sorry for the dilemna that Margaret allowed herself to get all wrapped up...

Big Eyes

By lboorom
Very well done. As it was a true story it was predictable but the acting was superb....

Jehovah gives strength

By oderuntz
The truths Margaret learned from Jehovah's Witnesses gave her the strength to come clean....

Must go

By valdesian
A lie will cost you to much but the truth will make you rich ;-)...


By kevinfromthe907
I thought it was a great movie. Great acting, perfect pace, interesting story. If a movie has all of these elements, then it's perfect in my book....

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Rated PG-13 | For Thematic Elements and Brief Strong Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Delightful, quirky biopic of painter Margaret Keane.
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