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Tag Archives: Tim Burton
It’s awards season and Frankenweenie has already been nominated for five Annies and earned the accolades of the New York Film Critics Circle and LA Critics. As part of the campaign to earn more, Disney has okay-ed the release of … Continue reading
I don’t know about other Disney fans, but the Nightmare Before Christmas DVD is on heavy rotation in our home starting in early October and running through December. The stop-motion animation classic evolved from a poem written by Tim Burton. … Continue reading
I first met Atticus Shaffer by accident. It was the premiere of Real Steal and I was with my son. The place was packed and he lost me in the crowd. I called his name. “Atticus!” I shouted above the … Continue reading
Note: Whit has already posted his review of Frankenweenie. We both saw the same film, but somehow, I came out a bit less enthused. Here’s my review: Tim Burton’s latest film is a stop motion tribute to the black and … Continue reading