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The Big Year

User rating: 3.15 100 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: October 14, 2011

PG | Comedy | 1h 40m

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User rating: 3.15

Based on 354 votes and 100 reviews.

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User rating: October 20, 2011

The most serious movie about birding ever created.

User rating: October 19, 2011

Steve Martin hasn't been this good since The Pink Panther.

User rating: October 18, 2011

A fantastic movie for a birder! Know all about the passion. The actors were believable even though I expected a lot more laughs.

User rating: October 17, 2011

Boring movie about bird watching

User rating: October 17, 2011

Well... I didn't hate it. It was a cute story but it was a touch boring at times.

User rating: October 17, 2011

I really enjoyed this movie... probably the most fun I've had at a movie all year. The best way to know if you're going to like the movie is if you like Steve Martin's and Jack Black's sense of humour... funny, a bit self-deprecating but generally sweet characters that you'd definately like to know. I definately think it helps to be a birder to be interested, though. Yes, a few birding errors (Pacific loons on the uplands of Atu? Really?) but they've obviously made an effort to get the bird facts right.

User rating: October 16, 2011

I agree with previous review, it's just a sweet story nothing more.

User rating: October 16, 2011

Went and saw it. Really good good movie. Shows what can happen when you become to committed to your passions.

User rating: October 15, 2011

Being an ornithologist I loved this movie!

User rating: October 14, 2011

This is a lite "dramedy" about three men birdwatching ( read that right). Now, this doesn't mean it's a bad movie, I only want to let future audiences know that the ads are misleading. No real laughs here, just a sweet story. 4 stars.