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Alternate Versions. Rate This. A frustrated son tries to determine the fact from fiction in his dying father's life. Director: Tim Burton.

Writers: Daniel Wallace novel , John August screenplay. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. Everything Coming to Prime Video in July Moovy: 00'erne Top What i watched with my mademoiselle.

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Edit Storyline United Press International journalist Will Bloom and his French freelance photojournalist wife Josephine Bloom, who is pregnant with their first child, leave their Paris base to return to Will's hometown of Ashton, Alabama on the news that his father, Edward Bloom, stricken with cancer, will soon die, he being taken off chemotherapy treatment.

Taglines: An adventure as big as life itself. Edit Did You Know? You can however, Google "The Town of Spectre" and see the private island where the set is now abandoned.

Goofs The telegram Will Bloom reads informing his mother that his father had been lost in enemy territory during the war names him as Private First Class E3 Edward Bloom.

Earlier in the movie, when Edward returns to Sandra after the war, the rank on his sleeve is for a Private E2. If Edward was fibbing about his war rank, he would have made it higher, not lower.

Quotes [ first lines ] Young Ed Bloom : There are some fish that cannot be caught. It's not that they are faster or stronger than other fish, they're just touched by something extra.

Crazy Credits The Columbia logo runs in reverse. Connections Edited into Funny or Die Presents Was this review helpful to you?

When he blatantly asks if she was having an affair with Edward, she says by telling him what happened she's afraid that she will warp his own view of his dad.

He says that his father "talks about things he never did," and that he "probably did things he never talked about," and he just wants to separate fact from story.

Jenny tells him the story of what happened when Edward returned to Ashton when Will was just a small boy. Another flashback. Edward returns to Ashton to learn that the town was going to be flooded, and he finds that the citizens and the mayor, Don Price, have chained themselves to the statue in the center of town out of protest.

However, he learns they only have an hour before the flood covers the town and that no one with power even knows they are there.

Despite Don's resentment of Edward, Don's brother Zacky and the people of Ashton convince Edward to take action with reluctant permission of Don.

He visits Amos and Karl, who have both become rich and successful after being inspired by Edward.

Using the land given from Amos and the money from Karl, he provides the citizens with a new town saying that Ashton isn't a place, it's a community.

He convinces them all to move there instead of drown in the inevitable flood "Start Over". Everyone leaves except for Jenny, who explains her heartbreak when Edward never returned and how she has loved him all this time.

Edward says that he's returned now and wants to start a new life with her. He buys a house for himself and Jenny that he has signed for, but suddenly regrets his decisions and expresses his love for his wife saying he can only truly love her.

He leaves Jenny with another broken heart, never to return again "Start Over" Reprise. At the end of Jenny's story, Will receives a phone call and must go visit his father in the hospital.

When he arrives to the hospital, he asks if Edward is going to be okay. Sandra and Josephine simply and solemnly shake their heads 'no.

Sandra and Josephine go downstairs to get him some water and leave Will alone with his unconscious father. When his doctor, a long-time friend of Edward's, comes in, Will asks how he would describe his father.

He responds saying he was a strong man with a good heart. When asked if Edward could hear them, he responds, "It's hard to say whether or not someone can hear you.

Harder still to know if they're listening. He talks to him saying that if you put all his stories together, they create a myth, and he finally understands the reason for his stories.

He is interrupted by Edward stirring and urgently asking Will to tell him the story of how he dies. Will urgently explains that he does not know because he was never told the story.

He asks how it starts to which Edward responds, "like this. They drive to the river where everyone from his stories is waiting for him as Will sings that Edward has finally finished telling his perfect tale "What's Next".

At the river, Edward sings his love for all his memories and friends. When he notices that someone is missing, Sandra appears and they embrace one last time.

They lead him back to his hospital bed as they disappear one by one, leaving Edward alone with Will.

Edward's life has come to an end "How It Ends". The funeral takes place at the river's edge where it is apparent that Will is telling the same story that Edward told in the opening number.

As the guests drop a flower and shake Will's hand one by one, he sees that each appears to be reflections of the characters from Edward's stories.

Last in line, a tall man drops his flower and smiles at Edward's grave. Will shakes his hand and asks for his name. He simply responds, "I'm Karl".

A few years later, Will and his son return to the river as he begins to tell him stories, just as Edward did to him "Be the Hero" Reprise.

The production ran from July 29th through August 10th The European premiere took place in Munich's Prinzregententheater on November the 10th, Directed by Andreas Gergen and choreographed by Danny Costello, the show starred the undergraduates and graduates of the "August Everding" theatre academy.

Sources: PlaybillVault; [1] Internet Broadway database [12]. Two bonus tracks were added on the cast recording. These songs were initially in the show, but were later cut for various reasons.

Big Fish was orchestrated by Larry Hochman , with additional orchestrations by Bruce Coughlin , for a fourteen-piece orchestra.

This orchestration was used on Broadway, conducted by Mary-Mitchell Campbell and will be licensed with the show. Additional string players were added for the cast recording.

Out-of-town reviews for Big Fish were positive. Variety called it "[A] wholly satisfying show: meaningful, emotional, tasteful, theatrically imaginative and engaging," and concluded:.

Chris Jones of The Chicago Tribune wrote:. Reviews were mixed once the show moved to Broadway. Upon seeing the show again after its move to New York, Jones commented on the changes:.

This final Broadway version of "Big Fish" has changed considerably, and improved in leaps and bounds, from the version audiences saw in Chicago, especially in the radically different first act.

With the indefatigable, deeply engaged and seemingly irreplaceable Norbert Leo Butz driving its storytelling and willing the show's crucial emotional subtext into being by sheer force of talent and will, "Big Fish" arrives on Broadway as an earnest, family-friendly, heart-warming and mostly successful new American musical [17].

Despite the quality production values, Joe Dziemianowicz of the New York Daily News felt that Susan Stroman's dances were pedestrian, writing: " 'Big Fish' is a singing version of catch-and-release.

It hooks you, then loses you — all night. Here, though, [Director Susan Stroman] seems to be drawing almost randomly from her bottomless bag of tricks.

Yes, her use of dancers to embody an enchanted forest and a campfire is delightful. But if the show is all about the need for personal myths, it has to let its leading mythmaker take charge.

Somehow, though, the effect isn't as dazzling, or as moving, as you would hope -- particularly given the talented players involved in this production […] In the end, though, this Big Fish lacks the imagination or cohesion to reel you in like one of its hero's yarns.

Thom Geler of Entertainment Weekly had a more positive take on those same aspects:. It's no spoiler to say that imagination wins out, particularly in director-choreographer Susan Stroman 's visually lavish production, which boasts dancing circus elephants, a mermaid who pops up from the orchestra pit, and tree trunks that ingeniously morph into a coven of witches.

For the most part, though, Big Fish finds theatrically inventive ways to reel audiences into its central love story. In this case, it isn't boy-meets-girl but father-hooks-son.

And Edward Bloom is quite a catch. Wholesomeness gets a bad rap on Broadway these days, usually regarded as the kind of unbearably sweet and inoffensive entertainment that sophisticated theatergoers must endure while taking their conservative grandmas out for a night on the town.

Its spirit is steeped in Rodgers and Hammerstein decency that propels an evening that's adventurous, romantic and, yeah, kinda hip.

Butz's performance, however, has been almost universally praised. Jeremy Gerard of Bloomberg wrote:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article is about the Broadway musical. For other uses, see Big Fish. Archived from the original on Retrieved Categories : musicals Broadway musicals Musicals based on films Musicals based on novels Plays set in Alabama Plays set in the 20th century.

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She tells him that she is engaged to Edward's childhood peer, Don. Don brutally beats up Edward, prompting Sandra to break off their engagement and marry Edward; not long after, Don soon dies of a heart attack as the witch had prophesied.

Shortly after, Edward is conscripted into the army and sent to fight in the Korean War. He parachutes into the middle of a North Korean military show, steals important documents, and convinces Siamese twins Ping and Jing to help him go home in exchange for making them celebrities.

Upon returning home, Edward becomes a travelling salesman and crosses paths with Winslow. He unwittingly helps Winslow rob a failing bank with no money and later inspires the poet to work on Wall Street.

Winslow becomes a wealthy broker and repays Edward with a large sum of money, which Edward uses to obtain his dream house.

In the present, Will investigates the truth behind his father's tales and travels to Spectre.

He meets an older Jenny, who explains that Edward rescued the town from bankruptcy by buying it in an auction and rebuilt it with help from his friends from Calloway Circus.

Will suggests that Jenny had an affair with his father, but she reveals while she loved Edward, he remained loyal to Sandra.

Will returns home but learns Edward has had a stroke and stays with him at the hospital. Edward wakes up but, unable to speak much, asks Will to narrate how his life ends.

Though struggling, Will tells his father of their imagined daring escape from the hospital to the nearby river, where everyone from Edward's past is there to see him off.

Will takes Edward into the river where Edward transforms into the giant catfish and swims away. A satisfied Edward dies, knowing Will finally understands his love for storytelling.

Will, finally understanding his father's love for life, passes on Edward's stories to his own son. The reconciliation of the father-son relationship between Edward and William is the key theme in Big Fish.

Wallace found the "charming" character of Edward Bloom similar to his father, who used charm to keep his distance from other people.

Wallace explains: "The father's quest is to be a big fish in a big pond, and the son's quest is to see through his tall tales. Screenwriter John August identified with Will's character and adapted it after himself.

In college, August's father died, and like Will, August had attempted to get to know him before his death, but found it difficult.

Like Will, August had studied journalism and was 28 years old. In the film, Will says of Edward, "I didn't see anything of myself in my father, and I don't think he saw anything of himself in me.

We were like strangers who knew each other very well. I tried to get in touch with him, to have, like in this film, some sort of resolution, but it was impossible.

Religion and film scholar Kent L. Brintnall observes how the father-son relationship resolves itself at the end of the film. As Edward dies, Will finally lets go of his anger and begins to understand his father for the first time:.

In a final gesture of love and comprehension, after a lifetime of despising his father's stories and his father as story-teller, Will finishes the story his father has begun, pulling together the themes, images and characters of his father's storied life to blend reality and fantasy in act of communion and care.

By unselfishly releasing the anger he has held about his father's stories, Will gains the understanding that all we are is our stories and that his father's stories gave him a reality and substance and a dimension that was as real, genuine, and deep as the day-to-day experiences that Will sought out.

Will comes to understand, then, that his father—and the rest of us—are our stories and that the deeper reality of our lives may, in fact, not be our truest self.

In September , [12] August convinced Columbia Pictures to acquire the film rights on his behalf. Spielberg planned to have DreamWorks co-finance and distribute Big Fish with Columbia, and planned to have filming start in late , [14] after completing Minority Report August recalls: "There was this thought that there wasn't enough for Jack Nicholson to do in the movie so we built new sequences.

Pieces got moved around, but it wasn't a lot of new stuff being created. It ended up being a really good intellectual exercise in my explaining and defending and reanalyzing pieces of the story.

With Spielberg no closer to committing, August, working with Jinks and Cohen, [13] considered Stephen Daldry as a potential director.

Burton had never been particularly close to his parents, but his father's death in October and his mother's in March affected him deeply. Following the production of Planet of the Apes , the director wanted to get back to making a smaller film.

Burton enjoyed the script, feeling that it was the first unique story he was offered since Beetlejuice Burton also found appeal in the story's combination of an emotional drama with exaggerated tall tales, which allowed him to tell various stories of different genres.

Zanuck also had a difficult relationship with his own father, Darryl F. Zanuck , who once fired him as head of production at 20th Century Fox.

Burton had previously worked with Nicholson on Batman and Mars Attacks! In order to depict Nicholson as the young Bloom, Burton intended to use a combination of computer-generated imagery and prosthetic makeup.

The director then decided to cast around for the two actors in question. Burton later compared McGregor's acting style to regular colleague Johnny Depp.

You can get your teeth into it. Standard American is much harder because it's more lyrical. Her prosthetic makeup for The Witch took five hours to apply.

Burton personalized the film with several cameos. While filming in Alabama, the crew tracked down Billy Redden , one of the original banjo players from Deliverance Redden was working as a part-owner of a restaurant in Clayton, Georgia , and he agreed to reprise his role in the Spectre vignette.

As Edward Bloom first enters the town, Redden can be seen on a porch plucking a few notes from " Dueling Banjos ". Burton was pleased with the result: "If you're watching the film and don't recognise the solitary, enigmatic figure on the porch, that's fine.

But if you do — well, it just makes me so happy to see him and I think other people will feel the same way.

Burton planned to start filming in October , but principal photography in Alabama did not begin until January 13, Burton filmed all the dramatic hospital scenes and most of those involving Finney first, before moving on to the McGregor section of Bloom's life.

The director attempted to limit the use of digital effects. However, because he wanted to evoke a Southern Gothic fantasy tone for Big Fish , color grading techniques were applied by Sony Pictures Imageworks.

The soundtrack was composed by regular Burton collaborator Danny Elfman. After screening an early print of the film, Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder wrote " Man of the Hour ", completing the demo by the next day.

It was recorded by the band four days later. Eddie and I were standing around talking about it afterwards and were teary-eyed.

We were so emotionally charged and moved by the imagination and humanity that we felt because of the movie.

Columbia Pictures planned to wide release Big Fish in the United States on November 26, [36] before pushing it back to December 10 for a limited release.

Big Fish received positive reviews from film critics. The site's consensus states: "A charming father-and-son tale filled with typical Tim Burton flourishes.

Observations modeled the film after Forrest Gump An imprisoned vampire, Barnabas Collins, is set free and returns to his ancestral home, where his dysfunctional descendants are in need of his protection.

A family determined to get their young daughter into the finals of a beauty pageant take a cross-country trip in their VW bus. United Press International journalist Will Bloom and his French freelance photojournalist wife Josephine Bloom, who is pregnant with their first child, leave their Paris base to return to Will's hometown of Ashton, Alabama on the news that his father, Edward Bloom, stricken with cancer, will soon die, he being taken off chemotherapy treatment.

Will's issue with his father is the fanciful tales Edward has told of his life all his life, not only to Will but the whole world.

As a child when Edward was largely absent as a traveling salesman, Will believed those stories, but now realizes that he does not know his father, who, as he continues to tell these stories, he will never get to know unless Edward comes clean with the truth before he dies.

On the brink of his own family life beginning, Will does not want to be the Written by Huggo. My father was a brilliant sculptor and a great visionary.

When I was a kid, I never could explain what he was doing. I got it a month before his death when i was This film filled my eyes with tears, because it reminded me him.

His whole apartment was filled with papers. Thank you for this movie. Thank you for the message. I would add a note that when we dream, we are escaping from the world of facts and truths.

When my father said that if you think of anything in life, you have to write it down because what comes to your mind it never comes again it changed my life.

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Director: Tim Burton. Writers: Daniel Wallace novel , John August screenplay. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. Everything Coming to Prime Video in July In the present, Will nervously prepares to confront Edward about the deed he and Josephine found, as he has always been suspicious that Edward had been having an affair "Stranger" Reprise.

Edward is lying in bed when Will comes in and asks about the Ashton deed, but before he can address his suspicions, Edward grows angry and yells at him for wrongly accusing him of something.

He yells at him to get out and Sandra comes in to calm him down and get him to sleep. He falls into an uneasy sleep and has a dream that he and Will have a Western-style duel and trial over the issue with the outcome being a sentence of hanging for lying and having a house with Jenny The Showdown.

He wakes up screaming, and as Sandra calms him and comforts him, it begins to rain. Edward says the roof should hold up for another ten years after he's gone, and Sandra tells him "I Don't Need a Roof" to feel at home as much as she loves him.

Will, unable to get answers from Edward, goes to visit Jenny Hill in Ashton to find the truth. When he blatantly asks if she was having an affair with Edward, she says by telling him what happened she's afraid that she will warp his own view of his dad.

He says that his father "talks about things he never did," and that he "probably did things he never talked about," and he just wants to separate fact from story.

Jenny tells him the story of what happened when Edward returned to Ashton when Will was just a small boy. Another flashback. Edward returns to Ashton to learn that the town was going to be flooded, and he finds that the citizens and the mayor, Don Price, have chained themselves to the statue in the center of town out of protest.

However, he learns they only have an hour before the flood covers the town and that no one with power even knows they are there. Despite Don's resentment of Edward, Don's brother Zacky and the people of Ashton convince Edward to take action with reluctant permission of Don.

He visits Amos and Karl, who have both become rich and successful after being inspired by Edward.

Using the land given from Amos and the money from Karl, he provides the citizens with a new town saying that Ashton isn't a place, it's a community.

He convinces them all to move there instead of drown in the inevitable flood "Start Over". Everyone leaves except for Jenny, who explains her heartbreak when Edward never returned and how she has loved him all this time.

Edward says that he's returned now and wants to start a new life with her. He buys a house for himself and Jenny that he has signed for, but suddenly regrets his decisions and expresses his love for his wife saying he can only truly love her.

He leaves Jenny with another broken heart, never to return again "Start Over" Reprise. At the end of Jenny's story, Will receives a phone call and must go visit his father in the hospital.

When he arrives to the hospital, he asks if Edward is going to be okay. Sandra and Josephine simply and solemnly shake their heads 'no.

Sandra and Josephine go downstairs to get him some water and leave Will alone with his unconscious father. When his doctor, a long-time friend of Edward's, comes in, Will asks how he would describe his father.

He responds saying he was a strong man with a good heart. When asked if Edward could hear them, he responds, "It's hard to say whether or not someone can hear you.

Harder still to know if they're listening. He talks to him saying that if you put all his stories together, they create a myth, and he finally understands the reason for his stories.

He is interrupted by Edward stirring and urgently asking Will to tell him the story of how he dies. Will urgently explains that he does not know because he was never told the story.

He asks how it starts to which Edward responds, "like this. They drive to the river where everyone from his stories is waiting for him as Will sings that Edward has finally finished telling his perfect tale "What's Next".

At the river, Edward sings his love for all his memories and friends. When he notices that someone is missing, Sandra appears and they embrace one last time.

They lead him back to his hospital bed as they disappear one by one, leaving Edward alone with Will. Edward's life has come to an end "How It Ends".

The funeral takes place at the river's edge where it is apparent that Will is telling the same story that Edward told in the opening number.

As the guests drop a flower and shake Will's hand one by one, he sees that each appears to be reflections of the characters from Edward's stories.

Last in line, a tall man drops his flower and smiles at Edward's grave. Will shakes his hand and asks for his name.

He simply responds, "I'm Karl". A few years later, Will and his son return to the river as he begins to tell him stories, just as Edward did to him "Be the Hero" Reprise.

The production ran from July 29th through August 10th The European premiere took place in Munich's Prinzregententheater on November the 10th, Directed by Andreas Gergen and choreographed by Danny Costello, the show starred the undergraduates and graduates of the "August Everding" theatre academy.

Sources: PlaybillVault; [1] Internet Broadway database [12]. Two bonus tracks were added on the cast recording.

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