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Brian and Cyrus have their work cut out for them this week. Lots of blu-ray and dvd titles, the gamut is run of opinions, and even some polar disagreements. Check it...
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@Cyrus: I wouldn't say the writing of Frankenweenie is sloppy because the reason why things go wrong for Victor's classmates is because they brought sea monkies, a turtle, a hamster and a rat back to life and some turtles and rats have very scary personalities when they are mutated in cartoons and fiction movies so the last 15 mintutes couldn't be sad, dark or intense like Edward Scissorhands because it's a wonderful and charming Disney animated movie.
@Brian: Tim Burton puts his heart into all his movies because Edward Scissorhands was based on a drawing that he drew when he was a teenager. Tim, John August and Johnny Depp made Willy Wonka like he is supposed to be: a Howard Hughes recluse. Tim decide to make The Corspe Bride after the late Joe Ranft, one of the directors of Cars, told him the story. Tim Burton directed Alice and Wonderland because he never felt an emotional connection to the original book, with its series of events about a girl wandering from one weird character to another and finally Tim directed Dark Shadows because he loved the original T.V. show from 1966 along with Johnny Depp and Michelle Pfeiffer.
I rented Frankenweenie last Monday.
I thought Frankenweenie was a fun and charming stop-motion animated movie with a sweet story written by Tim Burton and John August, good voice acting performances by Charlie Tahan as Victor Frankenstein, Frank Welker as Sparky, Martin Landau as Mr. Rzykruski, Winona Ryder as Elsa van Helsing, Atticus Shaffer as Edgar E. Gore, Robert Capron as Bob and James Hiroyuki Liao as Toshiaki, great directing by Tim Burton, wonderful and deatalied black and white stop-motion animation by Walt Disney Pictures, cool music by Danny Elfman and a smart message about a kind and talented a young moviemaker and scientist and his competitive friends learning about the positives and negatives about science.
So if you are a fan of Tim Burton's Frankenweenie live-action short movie from 1984 or you like movies that parody the 1818 novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley or the 1931 movie Frankenstein then you will like Frankenweenie.
I give Frankenweenie 4 out of 5 stars, a Full Price!! and I hope you enjoy Frankenweenie.
Nothing against Cyrus not liking The Inbetweeners movie but I think to really like this movie you have to be British. It has so many small plots / jokes that only brits will get. I guess thats why we loved it over here and is the biggest comedy success ever in the uk.
Great show guys!
if you want to see why Dredd did so bad in theaters, id blame the first trailer, which can be backed up by the users here on spill on the post when the trailer first came out ( http://my.spill.com/profiles/blogs/dredd-trailer-arrives ). the trailer did a poor job grabbing interest. i still agree, the trailer did make it look lame, despite being a kickass movie
i like the daredevil movie too...-_-
I think Dredd is way better than the dark knight rises and the avengers. Please guys buy the blu ray so we can see a sequel.
I agree a horse sized duck is terrifying and duck sized horses would just be adorable.
Def gonna check out 2 lane black top and trailer war! How the f$%k do ya'll find time to watch all this?
Cheers hosts with the remotes:)
How 'bout "Couch Potatos"? It goes with the illustration and you gotta spend a great deal of time on it to watch all this stuff (TV shows in particular)!
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