Saturdays Favorite Movie Moment : Tom Hanks and Robert Loggia in Big!

This Saturday's Favorite movie moment is from Tom Hanks 1988 blockbuster, Big, in which the star plays a thirteen year old boy transformed into an adult body by a magical gene machine at the State Fair.

This is my one of my favorite scenes, but the picture is fun, sweet, and hilarious from beginning to end- it's fabulous.


Misty DawnS said...

Tom Hanks is my favorite actor! His talent is amazing.

I LOVE this scene too.

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Is he your favorite? He's mine too, and I so glad you love the scene. I thought how could anyone not enjoy watching it~

Thanks Misty~

Have a great Saturday~

ndpthepoetress Jean Michelle Culp said...

Hi Ann! OMGosh, I love that movie! Though the ending made me cry :(

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Michelle, I know the ending made me cry too, but I consoled myself with the idea that maybe he would grow up a better man because of the experience. That doesn't help though, does it? LOL

Anonymous said...

Ok another movie on my list to see...:))) and I completed my assignment fair lady..book meme posted...

bcmomtoo said...

I love this movie! I haven't watched it in a while, but I think it's time.

bluedreamer27 said...

hello its me again wow gheeh i like this movie can i feature this in my a scene to remember blog
i love tom hanks too

Anonymous said...

I had totally forgot about this movie! I think my nephew would like this one, I think I will get it so we can watch it on his next sleepover.

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