Tagged: Tim Burton

Best Non-Traditonal Christmas Movies

While most watch It's a Wonderful Life, or White Christmas every year around the holidays here's some alternative non-traditional Christmas movies that are required viewing.

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Movie Review: ‘Big Eyes’

Tim Burton's Big Eyes is a triumphant return for the director with fantastic performances by Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz.

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Greater Expectations: Five Classic Novels That Deserve Film Adaptations

Great Expectations has had nine different adaptations so far, including last week's big screen release starring Helena Bonham Carter and Ralph Fiennes. Isn't it time that other classic novels got the chance to shine?

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No Fairy Tale Ending In Sight: A Look at the Current Fairy Tale Craze

Yet another storybook movie comes out this weekend in Jack the Giant Slayer. Why is Hollywood suddenly so enchanted with fairy tales?

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Oscar Celebrates: Animated Features 2013

The Academy honored its five Best Animated Film nominees at a special event that our own Carlos Aguilar attended.

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Review: ‘Frankenweenie’ Worth Bringing Back to Life

Based on his 1984 short, Tim Burton has a real gem in Frankenweenie.

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Vampires and Zombies and Frankenweenie – Oh My!

Sarah Simmons recaps her experience at the first day of Comic-Con 2012.

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The Evolution of Batman on Film

With The Dark Knight Rises set to come out next week, Dan Schindel takes a look back at nearly 70 years of Batman on the silver screen.

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Review: ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ Kicks Serious Ass

History gets mashed, smashed, and re-imagined in the highly engaging Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, and according to Hiko Mitsuzuka, it's one of the most entertaining movies of the season.

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Review: ‘Dark Shadows’ is Sometimes Fun but Mostly Muddled

You know you’re in for some kind of visual treat when you see a Tim Burton/Johnny Depp collaboration, and Dark Shadows doesn’t disappoint. Yet, it is hindered by an abundance of storylines and a lack of cohesiveness.

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Tim Burton: The Classics!

Bronwen Winter Phoenix looks back at some of the classic and much-loved Tim Burton movies, including some personal memories.

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‘Mars Attacks’ and ‘Men In Black:’ 15 Years Later

15 years after their releases, Joseph Doherty takes a look at the similarities and differences between these two films and how they hold up now.

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Box Office: Apes Effortlessly Triumph

The Planet of the Apes rises once more to take number one in the box office. Anthony Fertino has the analysis.

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