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    Big

    Big is a 1988 American fantasy comedy film directed by Penny Marshall and written by Gary Ross and Anne Spielberg. The film released on June 3, 1988 by Gracie Films. The film stars Elizabeth Perkins, John Heard, and Robert Loggia.
    Duration: 104 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1988
    IMDb: 7.3
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  • Actors of "Big"

  • Characters of "Big"

    Josh. Character of Big
    Played by: Tom Hanks
    Susan. Character of Big
    MacMillan. Character of Big
    Played by: Robert Loggia
    Paul. Character of Big
    Played by: John Heard
    Billy. Character of Big
    Played by: Jared Rushton
    Josh Baskin. Character of Big
    Played by: David Moscow
    Scotty Brennen. Character of Big
    Played by: Jon Lovitz
    Mrs. Baskin. Character of Big
    Played by: Mercedes Ruehl
    Mr. Baskin. Character of Big
    Played by: Josh Clark
    Cynthia Benson. Character of Big
    Freddie Benson. Character of Big
    Played by: Oliver Block
    Cynthia's Friend. Character of Big
    Played by: Erika Katz
    Gym Teacher. Character of Big
    Derek. Character of Big
    Played by: Mark Ballou
    Ticket Taker. Character of Big
    First Brother. Character of Big
    Second Brother. Character of Big
    Played by: Chris Dowden
    Motel Clerk. Character of Big
    Schizo. Character of Big
    Played by: Paul Herman
    Administrative Clerk. Character of Big
    Played by: Jordan Thaler
    Personnel Receptionist. Character of Big
    Played by: Dana Kaminski
    Personnel Director. Character of Big
    Played by: Harvey Miller
    Test Market Researcher. Character of Big
    Played by: Tracy Reiner
    Supervisor. Character of Big
    Played by: James Eckhouse
    Woman in Red Dress. Character of Big
    Played by: Linda Gillen
    Receptionist. Character of Big
    First Executive. Character of Big
    Played by: Bert Goldstein
    Miss Patterson. Character of Big
    Played by: Debra Jo Rupp
    Payroll Clerk. Character of Big
    Played by: Keith Reddin
    Bank Teller. Character of Big
    Played by: Lela Ivey
    Real Estate Agent. Character of Big
    Moving Man. Character of Big
    Played by: Gordon Press
    Photon Laser Gunfighter. Character of Big
    Played by: Vince Cupone
    Karen. Character of Big
    Played by: Susan Wilder
    Phil. Character of Big
    Played by: John Rothman
    Adam. Character of Big
    Played by: Judd Trichter
    Tenor. Character of Big
    Singing Waiter. Character of Big
    Played by: Tom Coviello
    Piano Player. Character of Big
    Played by: Edward Schick
    Boy in Leaves. Character of Big
    Girl Friend of Cynthia. Character of Big
    Photographer. Character of Big
    Played by: Bruce Jarchow
  • Directors of "Big"

    Penny Marshall. Director of Big
    Penny Marshall
    Birthdate: 15 October 1943, The Bronx, New York City, New York, USA
  • Creators of "Big"

    Gary Ross. Director of Big
    Gary Ross
    Birthdate: 3 November 1956, Los Angeles, California, USA
    Anne Spielberg. Director of Big
    Anne Spielberg
    Birthdate: 25 December 1949, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Big"

    New York Daily News
    July 28, 2015

    The film succeeds largely because of the splendid performance of Tom Hanks -- who is irresistibly funny as "big" Josh.

    TIME Magazine
    August 02, 2013

    A delightful comedy-fantasy.

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    August 02, 2013

    Penny Marshall brings a logic to the premise that is sustained through most of the movie. And where the other movies snickered at the sexual possibilities in the idea, she faces up to them with both candor and taste.

    Orlando Sentinel
    August 02, 2013

    This setup isn't exactly what you'd call plausible, but the follow-through is consistent and clever.

    Los Angeles Times
    July 29, 2013

    Big, which has been directed by Penny Marshall with verve and impeccable judgment, drops a child's innocence into the corporate rat race as if it were a depth charge.

    Chicago Tribune
    July 29, 2013

    When Marshall brings Hanks and Perkins together, she discovers a grace and lightness in their relationship that transcends the pinched thematics of the script.

    United Press International
    August 23, 2016

    What makes this all work, of course, is Hanks himself, who brings remarkable authenticity and simplicity to the role. He makes being a kid seem as wonderful as it was, and as scary and as confusing too.

    Family Home Theater
    April 03, 2016

    Hanks, as a stranger in a strange land, gives us equal portions of laughs and insights into the worlds of both adults and adolescents. Big also offers up a very funny satire of corporate ladder climbing.

    Daily Telegraph (UK)
    December 25, 2014

    Tom Hanks is marvellously child-like as Josh, all restless energy, innocence and real pleasure in the liberation that being grown-up allows him.

    Radio Times
    August 11, 2014

    Big may well be a formula fantasy movie, but Penny Marshall's polished direction combined with Hanks's gauche charm make it the best of the spate of body-swap movies turned out by Hollywood in the late 1980s.

    Total Film
    August 11, 2014

    Joyously entertaining, escapist stuff.

    Creative Loafing
    April 18, 2014

    A disarmingly sweet movie.

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