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Alice Donnelly Says, in 2-1-2010 at 07:03:33 from     

This is an hysterical movie with Tom Hanks at his best. Why he’s not listed as the star beats me?! Plus, as an added addition, you get to see that cute Dr. McDreamy, who plays Tom as a child. Definitely ok for kids 10 & up.
Rating: 5 / 5

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S. Malik Says, in 2-1-2010 at 09:27:09 from     

This is a great movie, but to put the line “Hanks has never been better” on the cover is a terrible insult to an actor who’s done ENORMOUS things since then.

Other than that, a great flick with a superb transfer. And at the time of writing this, the price is just right!
Rating: 4 / 5

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Carolin Campbell Says, in 2-1-2010 at 10:10:52 from     

I don’t see Tom Hanks’ name anywhere on this page? I thought he was in this movie.
Rating: 4 / 5

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D. J. Nardi Says, in 2-1-2010 at 10:15:29 from     

When I first watched “Big,” I loved it. I thought it was hilarious. However, more recently, the film strikes me as too 80s. Some of the humor is corny. The whole influence of the toy industry seems outdated (conventional toys seem to be much less important nowadays than video games). It’s still a good movie, but I’m not sure how it’ll wear with time. Definitely worth your checking out, but probably not a movie you’ll rewatch frequently.
Rating: 3 / 5

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Alan Siegel Says, in 2-1-2010 at 11:38:19 from     

the blu-ray itself (as in any remastered film) is much better than any current or previous version. but as for being a “director’s cut” or extended version, there’s essentially not a single scene included that adds anything at all to the storytelling. the theatrical version is far superior.
Rating: 4 / 5

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