I absolutly love Tim Burton movies! Corpse Bride was the first I ever saw and I didn't even realise I was watching puppets
. When I found that out I thought it was too cool. So, CB became my favorite, but I so loved NBC after watching it. I saw it so many times I remember nearly all the lines. And Sweeny Todd was also great. I loved the story (I hadn't seen the play before, but I think it resambles The Count of Monte-Cristo).
I can't wait to see Alice in Wonderland. I don't know why, but I've never liked the book or the movie, so I'm curious what I'll think about this one.
I've also seen Sleepy Hollow, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, Big Fish and read some of his poems. Also fell in love with Vincent and saw Frankensweenie (can't spell it, though
I haven't looked around too see what other movies he produced. The ones I mentioned I came across by accident, but I would love to see more. I think he was also involved with Batman, but I really don't like the superhero stuff
Anything I haven't mentioned that I should watch?
I saw someone mention Coraline and I'm probably gonna google it, if I don't forget. As I said, I'd love to see more, but not something too scary (I had no problems with Sweeny Todd, well, cause it wasn't meant to be scarry, but for some reason I had nightmares after watching Sleepy Hollow... and no Johnny Depp in any of them
Well, yeah, that's about it.
Hey, after Alice in Wonderland comes out, any idea of what classic you'd like to see, Burton style?
It's this idea that has been bugging me since I saw this thread, but how would Twilight look if he'd be involved? (erm... maybe it's a boring question