Big Fish is directed by Tim Bourton and features an all-star cast. Will Bloom, played by Billy Crudup, is back talking with his father just days before he dies, and he wants to separate fact from fiction from his tall-tale spouting dad he feels like he barley knows. The film reviews some of Edward Blooms famous adventures in all its glory, and along with the audience, Will Bloom finds out the stories may not be completely made up after all. Big Fish is one of the most heartwarming movies I've ever seen, plenty of memorable moments are filmed, as well as some truly hilarious moments. The entire cast was amazing, everyone was just a little over the top, but not too much where it was annoying, and all the characters were satisfyingly pleasant, even the villains seemed strangely good natured in a menacing way. The plot was excellent, and the dialogue hilarious at times, and dramatic when it needed to be. The flashbacks all told an entertaining yarn, each one different than the last, and the setting seemed dreamy but familiar. Tim Burton masterfully directs what might be my favorite family friendly movie not directed by Wes Anderson, Burtons style is clear in each scene, and yet it feels unlike anything I've ever seen in my life. The whole film culminates into one of the best endings I have ever seen in a movie, somber and melancholy, but still bright and hopeful and leaving me hungry for more of the two hour movie that felt like 90 mins. I loved Bug Fish, and unlike most movies I rate this high, this one is family friendly and really never has a dull moment despite its dialogue driven nature and lack of action scenes.