Favorite Tim Burton Movie
Well i just saw the post about his new one and thought I might see what everyone's favorite is. Yhough nightmare before christmas is very good i dought that is everyone's favorite mine would have to be....*Thinking*......well its a toss up Sleepy Hollow, Big Fish, and Edward Scissor Hands
there are too many, I love big fish and sleepy hollow
sleepy hollow's the one that I've watched most, but they're all so great, it's hard to choose a favourite!
do i have to choose? nightmare before christmas, corpse bride, big fish, sleepy hollow, love edward scissor hands.
Thats the great thing about there being so many great ones that you don't have just one favorite
Recently I have been favoring Mirror Mask
Did tim bourton direct " Sweeney Todd, the demon barber of fleet street"? or am i just thinking he did? oh well, i did enjoy sleepy hollow and edward scissor hands.
He did direct Sweeney Todd.
I love Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands My all time Johnny and Tim faves!!
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ooo that looks good!
Corpse Bride and Sweeney Todd are my favourites....not just to be original but seriously I like them the most!
I am excited for his version of Alice In Wonderland to come out. I have a feeling that will be my favorite.
Coraline was soooo coool!! <3 Only one part I didn't much care for, which is odd for me with book to movie works. 3d was really interesting too. I like the whole thing as a piece of art.
9 looked pretty.... interesting. I want to see it, but I am not sure what to think about it.
Tim Burton didnt direct Coraline, but the other guy from Nightmare Before Christmas, Henry Selick did.
Oh, I didn't know. I'd just heard "the director of the Nightmare Before Christmas" and I thought there was only one. That explains why I liked it... I normally don't enjoy Tim Burton movies.
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