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Vee Repo-Haalo almost 7 years ago
Frankenweenie is bittersweet. It tugs on my heart strings. Good remake, but not necessary.
Johnny Nys 4 years ago
Typical Tim Burton; didn't know it was a remake of one of his earlier movies.
Guy Meltzer 4 years ago
I hope tim burton's soul will enjoy an eternity in hell for these later films.
dan over 5 years ago
love that little dog
Daniel Zabinskas almost 7 years ago
More for the kids than TNBC, but still a great Tim Burton effort.
Robyn Hamilton almost 7 years ago
I was shocked at how good this was. Burton finally made something good again!
Fernando Olivas almost 7 years ago
I just didn't found this amusing...
loong almost 7 years ago
Has a lot of love in it
Cody almost 7 years ago
Good, relateable film. Typical Tim Burton style, but, it's good.
Adam Hetherington almost 7 years ago
Every character is exquisitely individual. Loved "Mr Whiskers"
Amber H 7 years ago
Watched at home with Jay in preparation for the animated Oscar category.
Dylan Clites 7 years ago
A decent, though sorta bland kids movie and better than Burton's recent live action works.
Aaron Wallis 7 years ago
A Disney film made to look like a Burton film. Not sure on the voice cast.
Daniela Cunha 7 years ago
Just a cute movie but the animation style still good. Maybe is more adequated to children.
Mike McDonnell 7 years ago
Seems like Burton took a short film and stretched it... hey wait a minute...
Lucas Silva-Myles 7 years ago
Burton doing his thing well, with less restraint on story &characters. Great for the fans.
Renard Bansale over 7 years ago
Tim Burton goes back to form. Takes all horror stereotypes and gives them nuance. :D
Benan Demir over 7 years ago
Marc Broncucia over 7 years ago
Fun and twister just like a burton film should be. A return to form thank goodness.
David McKinstry over 7 years ago
Just watch it, I promise it is better than you think
Frankenweenie is an upcoming 3D black and white stop motion film and remake of the 1984 short film of the same name. It is directed by Tim Burton, and scheduled for release on October 5, 2012. The synopsis of the film reads: Five actors who previously worked with the director, Catherine O'Hara, Winona Ryder, Martin Landau, Martin Short, and Conchata Ferrell, will rejoin him on this project providing the voices. Development for a full-length stop motion version of Frankenweenie dates as far back as November 2005, when scripts had been written by Josann McGibbon and Sara Parriott. John August was approached for a rewrite in 2006, but was not hired until January 2009. Burton signed with Disney to direct two films in Disney Digital 3D, which included Alice in Wonderland and his remake of Frankenweenie. Like the original, the feature version is to be shot in black & white. Many of the animation artists and crew from Corpse Bride are involved. Filming began at Three Mills Studios in July...
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