114: “I Wish I Were Big” – Big
Happy Hanksgiving, everyone! In our first of two episodes sharing our gratitude for one of Hollywood’s most endearing, reliable stars – that would be none other than TOM HANKS, of course – we take a look back at the actor’s breakthrough performance in the hit 1988 comedy BIG.
Is a romance between an adult woman and a 12-year-old boy in a 30-year-old man’s body problematic? Kind of!
We also discuss some other less-than-memorable body-switching flicks and what we would have wished for if we encountered a Zoltar machine at age 12. Let’s see if BIG still captures our heart and soul (as played on a comically oversized piano).
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