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  • Actors: Marcus Thomas, Amy Smart, John Corbett, Sean Astin, Clare Higgins
  • Directors: Al Corley
  • Writers: Rodney Patrick Vaccaro
  • Producers: Bart Rosenblatt, Craig Borden, David Arquette, Jonathan Dana, Kim Olsen
  • Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: June 21, 2005
  • Run Time: 106 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0008ENFWS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #181,116 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Bigger Than the Sky" on IMDb

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A "charismatic" (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution) John Corbett ("Sex and the City") stars as a talented but immature actor who is forced to grow up when he finds he has a new rival...in romance. Amy Smart (Varsity Blues), Sean Astin (the Lord of the Rings trilogy) and Patty Duke (The Miracle Worker) co-star in this feel-good story of self-discovery. Mike (Corbett) only wants to perform in great productions. So when a clueless amateur (Marcus Thomas) is given the lead in Cyrano de Bergerac, Mike decides he must personally train him. But when real life begins to mimic the play's love triangle and his protégé falls for the girl Mike loves but can't commit to (Smart), suddenly it's Mike's turn to learn - not how to act, but how to live.

Customer Reviews

Each actor played his/her role to perfection!
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BIGGER THAN THE SKY has the feel of an Indie that was made out of a lot of love and commitment from all concerned.
Grady Harp
The movie depicts a young man's journey to find himself and he lands an acting job in a local Theatrecompany.
Johnny G

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 10, 2005
Format: DVD
BIGGER THAN THE SKY has the feel of an Indie that was made out of a lot of love and commitment from all concerned. That's a good thing, but at the beginning of this little film the viewer questions whether or not the actors can make the story fly - and if you actually want to take the trip with them. But stick it out because a sound film well made rewards the hesitation. It is a 'little man finds his way' tale that makes good sense and provides good entertainment.

Peter Rooker (Marcus Thomas) is in a depressed slump after his girlfriend has dumped him. He is a 'cellophane man' computer artist, living the solitary life, noticed by no one, longing for a feeling of belonging. The place is Portland, Oregon. Peter notes the posting of auditions for a Portland Community Theater production of 'Cyrano de Bergerac' and slowly decides to attempt a moment of belonging by auditioning for the play: if he could just land a small part at least he'd belong.

At the auditions he meets the warmly friendly theatrical group: Michael (John Corbett) who is a fine actor with no sense of future, Grace (Amy Smart) a pretty young sprite and competent trouper, director Edwina (Clare Higgins) who is a true theater person preferring to unmask the real Cyrano rather than hide him behind the infamous nose, sassy costumer Mrs. Keene (Patty Duke), and theater founder and advisor Kippy (Alan Corduner) who has retired from the theater due to his progressive cancer.

To everyone's surprise, especially Peter's, Peter lands the title role of Cyrano while Michael becomes Christian and Grace becomes Roxanne.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lee Armstrong HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 19, 2005
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Actor Al Corley directed this film about community theatre. Corley produced "Drowning Mona" with Bette Midler & Danny DeVito. Marcus Thomas who stars here as Peter Rooker played Midler's son in that film. Even though Thomas has acted in other films such as the street hustler in "Noel" with Susan Sarandon, his inexperience is SO convincing that you fully expect this to be his first film. The community theatre is producing "Cyrano de Bergerac" and the director Edwina wants to get to the "inner Cyrano" and decides to produce it without a nose. Edwina is played by Clare Higgins who starred in a couple horror flicks in the 80s ("Hellraiser" & "Hellbound: Hellraiser 2") as well as in "Stage Beauties" with Billy Crudup. She believes in Rooker until his inexperience seems to make him unable to produce a good performance. John Corbett who shined in TV's "Northern Exposure" and as the romantic lead in "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" plays Michael, the semi-professional local theatre star whose Bohemian lifestyle leaves him living for the theatre. Amy Smart who shined in "Scotland PA," the tragicomedy adaptation of Shakespeare's "Macbeth" and also played with Ashton Kutcher in "Butterfly Effect" and with Owen Wilson & Ben Stiller in "Starsky & Hutch" does a great job as the local ingenue Grace who plays Roxanne in the local Cyrano production. Both Michael & Peter fall for Grace and vie for her affections. Michael lives with the former artistic director of the theatre named Kippy who now is dying of cancer. Kippy is played by Alan Corduner who was in "DeLovely" & "Vera Drake" in 2004 and seems to have pearls of wisdom before he dies. His memorial where his ashes are scattered in the theatre is an unusual moment.Read more ›
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Rosamunde Browlocks on August 28, 2005
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Do you love "Cyrano De Bergerac"? Are you a fan of community theatre? Has your life been a little dull lately? Then you might want to check out this little movie about a man whose job, love life and personality are dull and uninteresting, until, on a whim, he tries out for a community theatre production of "Cyrano", and through a strange turn of events, ends up as the lead, beating out the much more obvious choice of the character played by John Corbett. What follows are a lot of small bits that slowly add up to a whole: a shy, dull man being urged to let his true nature out; an actress being pursued by the same quiet man and the wilder actor she used to date; the previous director of the theatre, and his passionate attitude towards life and death; a very strange pair of twin sisters, both played by Patty Duke (!), who couldn't be more different; a flamboyant, hammy actor played by Sean Astin (coincidentally, Patty Duke's son); and the whole threadbare but sincere passion for acting that infuses the whole company. It's slow going for a bit - after all, the main character starts out as dull as dishwater, but he has to, for his character arc to work. I found it had a sweet, offbeat charm, though. If you're into independent movies, give this one a try.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Johnny G on April 8, 2005
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This DVD is worth having in your collection for one reason ~ a chance to see PATTY DUKE in a dual role! While the film itself was released to limited areas, all the critics were unanimous in their praise for Duke. It seems a shame that a rare talent such as hers is not utilized in today's theatrical releases. The movie depicts a young man's journey to find himself and he lands an acting job in a local Theatrecompany. He meets several interesting characters and two of them are played by PATTY DUKE ~ Duke's real life sonSean Astin also plays a role in this film. "Bigger Than the Sky" is a DVD worth having in your collection if you are a fan of the theater ~ and a fanof fine acting.
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