Waltz and Adams star together in “Big Eyes.”
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That's because showboating sociopath Walter Keane claimed credit.Turner" portrays an acclaimed genius, the prolific British landscape painter J.M.W. Turner, Tim Burton's "Big Eyes" depicts a type of art that was decidedly middlebrow.It's a different sort of art than we're used to seeing in movies: Art as mass commerce. Waltz is suitably creepy as Walter.There, Margaret's waifs strike a chord with customers on their way to the john. She's made the mistake of signing them only "Keane". The 1986 trial, Keane vs. Keane, is a hugely satisfying final act.
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