Gigantic (2009) Synopsis
Romance sidetracks a mattress salesman (Paul Dano) who is on a quest to adopt a Chinese orphan.
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Interesting but hard to recommend for the big screen

By RandytheMovieFan
If there is a definition of "art house" movies somewhere then "Gigantic" would be on its list of examples. It's off-beat, somber, quirky funny, has some very intense moments, takes you in directions...

Not as huge..

By Daydream
Gigantic revolves around a childhood wish, 28 year-old Dano has to adopt a baby from China and the impact this wish has on his childish and spur-of-the-moment speaking first girlfriend (Zooey). It is...

Go on a Sunday afternoon

By zandrew
I put the Sunday afternoon stipulation on Gigantic because I feel that an evening viewing would have left me a little flat. However, a Sunday afternoon gives you enough time to stroll around,...


By queenrhonda
A must see! Great acting. Good storyline. John Goodman and Ed Asner stole the show. Zoey is adorable and Dano is psychotic!...


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By dbroberts
Definately recommended. Casting was excellent. Every actor belonged in his/her role, making a quirky tale enjoyable and even belieable. See it....

Funny, charming, well written -- w/a killer cast!

By puffmommy
This movie is what indie's should be. Go, sit back and enjoy. Thought provoking, funny -- I hope this film makes it to bigger theaters and doesn't just stay in art houses....

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Rated R | For language, some sexual content and violence