I had to ask my wife about this and she said Big Fish. As she recalls I wasn't too keen on seeing it, but she really wanted to see it so I acquiesced. I was pretty shocked at how much I enjoyed it. It's a kind of twisted remembrance of a man's life as seen through the filter of a very active imagination. It's a Tim Burton movie, but contrary to much of his current work it is light, and bright, and mostly cheerful. While I don't feel much need to see it again, I remember enjoying watching it, and would gladly recommend it.