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Sprawling epic covering the life of a Texas cattle rancher and his family and associates.

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Variety - 10/10 by Variety Staff An excellent film which registers strongly on all levels, whether it's in its breathtaking panoramic shots of the dusty Texas plains; the personal, dramatic impact of the story itself, or the resounding message it has to impart.
New York Times - 9/10 by Bosley Crowther Giant, for all its complexity, is a strong contender for the year's top-film award.
Time Out - 9/10 by Geoff Andrew Stevens' sprawling epic of Texan life, taken from Edna Ferber's novel, strives so hard for Serious Statements that it ends up as a long yawn.
Apollo Guide - 8/10 by Dan Jardine An uneven, but satisfying variation on the traditional western.
Combustible Celluloid - 8/10 by Jeffrey M. Anderson George Stevens captured the vast space of Texas by using height, not width. It's fascinating to watch. It tells a long story, a story of times changing for better or worse.
Hollywood Reporter - 8/10 by Douglas Pratt A real movie is big, grand, magnificent and regales you with all the power that movies can wield upon a viewer's imagination and spirit. George Stevens' 1956 production, Giant, is a real movie. - 8/10 by Christopher Null Dean (in one of 3 roles on film) makes quite an impression, and Taylor reminds us why we ever liked her to begin with.
Austin Chronicle - 8/10 by Marjorie Baumgarten If Texas had a state movie, then Giant would be it.
Creative Loafing - 8/10 by Matt Brunson This ambitious adaptation of the Edna Ferber novel is often touched by greatness, yet it's ultimately too scattershot to satisfactorily maintain its bloated 200-minute running time. - 6/10 by Rob Gonsalves Entertaining in a big-movie way, but very, very long; many scenes are expendable.
Village Voice - 6/10 by Serena Donadoni Sweeping saga of American prosperity that reveals its racist underbelly; glorious star vehicle that upends rigid gender roles; modern western that questions the validity of frontier land ownership.
Slant Magazine - 3/10 by Dan Callahan For a reason I cannot fathom, Giant still has a reputation as a fine film, and it will no doubt go on boring audiences forever and a day.

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