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    I will watch the original 'Frankenweenie' tonight!!!!
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    I went to the Austin premiere of Frankenweenie a few nights ago, and it's really, I mean REALLY good! Not quite Nightmare, Ed Wood or Scissorhands (and maybe Beetlejuice), but deeeeeeeeeefinitely better than anything he's done in years. I don't think it would be possible for anyone--of any age, sex, creed, etc--to not enjoy this movie.


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    Film buffs will go bananas for all the monster movie references that are incorporated into the flick. Go see it; it's truly heart-warming, surprisingly funny, and visually beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    Fantastic Fest Review: Tim Burton's 'Frankenweenie' Is A Rousing Return To Form | The Playlist

    For a number of years, fans of Tim Burton have had to do so with caveats or footnotes, citing early works as the reason for their dedication. But with "Frankenweenie," Burton has made a true return to form, a bold declaration that he's still very much relevant and able to create something artistically sound that will stir the heartstrings as much as it will delight the eye. [A-]


    Spot on.

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    Well, I watched the original Frankenweenie last night, and loved it. Anticipating the new one!
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    EXCL: John August On the Dark Shadows Movie That Never Was | Shock Till You Drop

    Too bad, sounds like this was more in line with what folks were expecting. Couldawouldashoulda.

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    They have a nice exhibit going on over at Disney's Califorina Adventure right now. We also went and watched the 4D sneak preview of Frankenweenie, it was pretty awesome to say the least!

    Here are a couple pictures I took of the classroom set.



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    They had this discussion on a board years ago, so I raise the question here, is The Nightmare Before Christmas a Halloween or a Christmas movie. And don't cope out and say a little of both, that's obvious, but if you had to choose one, which one would it be?

    I personally think it's more of a Christmas movie. The emphasis seems to be about trying to appreciate Christmas and well the songs, at least in my opinion, sound more Christmassy, if that's a word, lol! I enjoy watching it on October, but it's a MUST watch on Christmas.
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    I vote Christmas.
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