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When Edward Bloom becomes ill, his son, William, travels to be with him. Desperate to know the complicated man before it's too late, William sets out, trying to unravel fact from fiction.
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Played by: Ada Tai
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New York Magazine/Vulture
Overall, the film feels like it issues from a place Burton doesn't inhabit.
August 07, 2004
Washington Post
A disappointingly dull thud of a fantasy.
December 26, 2003
San Francisco Chronicle
A long-winded indulgence in tear-and-a-smile whimsy.
December 26, 2003
Time Out
The film doesn't so much reject history as selectively rewrite it to its own reactionary, even offensive ends. This might perhaps be just about tolerable were the film funny, illuminating, insightful or moving. It is not.
February 09, 2006
Chicago Reader
Burton shows the rivalry between father and son but not the rancor, which seems to fit with the film's calm lyricism. But the father-son conflict is meant as the dramatic crux, and a forceful actor would have given it some much-needed bite.
March 16, 2004
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