I loved Big Eyes. Dare I say this is Tim Burton at his subtlest and most mature? Big Eyes is a stunning, subtle period piece. Burton could have easily gone way over the top and turned this into a kitsch fest. But he restrained himself, and this is good. Big Eyes, will definitely have a broader appeal than something like Ed Wood. Don’t get me wrong, I loved Ed Wood, but Burton’s approach to Big Eyes will draw a bigger audience to the Walter and Margaret Keane story. Walter Keane came to fame in the 60s as the painter of sad forlorn girls with giant eyes. As it turns out, the paintings had been painted by his wife Margaret, and he was taking all the credit. Scoundrel! If the goal of Big Eyes is to help shine a light on the wrongs suffered by Margaret Keane, then this more mass appeal approach is the way to go. I heartily approve.