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March of the Penguins was funnier and edgier.
Snowed under by misjudgment on every level, The Big White is DOA.
Never completely finds its balance.
A lame Fargo wannabe. Despite Robin Williams and a decent supporting cast, this was barely released to theaters, and it's easy to see why.
A cross-between "Raising Arizona" and "The Big Lebowski". A good film.
It's one of those movies that wants to be hip, but winds up being irritating in a pretentious, poseur sort of way.
Though it's better than Robin Williams' recent theatrical hit R.V., it still doesn't quite click.
a very good and underrated little movie, full of black comedy, clever coincidences and plot twists
Enjoyably quirky thriller with bizarre, off-the-wall performances from its entire cast and some striking location work.
The Big White can be rightly thought of as a poor man's Fargo, a clever black comedy that doubles as a character study. It doesn't have the same witty dialogue or sense of depth as Fargo, or the laughs of other black comedies like Bad Santa, but The Big White is held up by strong performances by Robin Williams, Giovanni Ribisi, and Woody Harrelson. The cinematography is done very well, giving the film a very authentic, small town feel set against such a barren landscape. The script is also fairly strong, with some genuinely interesting plot twists. Quirky, passably witty, and unique, it's an effective dark comedy with a Cohen brothers-esque feel.
fun for a little bit but the darkness of the story is a little to much and the story is just uninspiring. williams takes another interesting choice that doesn't pay off
Its a weirdly good film with funny and unbelievable bits i think its sort of dark humour but its weird and heart warming as its gives erfect reasons for why robin williams did wat he did with twist unvieling at every moment so worth a watch
lol really funny! his wife is really funny
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