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It has to be Big Fish

The incredible story of Edward Bloom's life told par the man himself. His son is at first frustrated par Edward's constant tall tales and wants him just to be honest. par the end of the film he realises that his father was telling him what had really happened but had put his own unique twist on the events.

Edward's dying wish is for his son to tell him how he "goes". His son is able to come up with a tall tale of his own, telling his father how they both escape from the hospital and race to the lake where Edward transforms into a big fish.

The ending makes me cry every time 😭
Tim burton Gearing up For Frankenweenie in 3D?



A few months il y a we reported that casting was underway for Tim Burton's Frankenweenie, at least until Walt Disney Company sent us a cease and desist letter (super lame). It looks as if we were right as Waking Sleeping Beauty director Don Hahn (executive producer on Frankenweenie) told AICN that "the puppets are ready, the script is done and now that Tim burton is clear of Alice in Wonderland... he's set to helm Frankenweenie in 3D." The 1984 short is one of Tim Burton's earlier films, a parody of the 1931 film Frankenstein based on Mary Shelley's...
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posted by pumpkinqueen
Timothy Walter (Tim) burton was born on August 25, 1958 in Burbank, California. Tim burton was the first son of Bill and Jean Burton. He has one brother, Daniel, who is three years younger and works as an artist. Tim burton and Helena Bonham Carter had Billy burton on October 4, 2003 and Nell burton on December 15, 2007. Tim burton didn’t ever think he was going to grow up to be the director he is today.
Tim burton started as an animator at Disney in 1979. burton went to Cal Arts College. He did some animation on The Black Cauldron that never got into the movie. Burton’s first film he produced...
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From Comingsoon.net

This is Plymouth reports that Walt Disney Pictures' Alice in Wonderland, to be directed par Tim burton and starring Mia Wasikowska, will film in Plymouth, England for two weeks in September.

The new adaptation of the Lewis Carroll classic will combine performance-capture imagery with live-action footage. It is targeted for a March 5, 2010 release.

The site says:

The film's casting agents are coming to the New Continental Hotel, Plymouth, on Wednesday August 6 and Thursday August 7, between 10am and 6pm, auditioning for paid extras. There is a minimum age of 16.

Ilenka Jelowicki,...
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posted by fantasydreamer
5-Edward Scissorhands

why do i like it : because it's so sad :( and i l’amour sad films

4-dark shadows

why do i like it : because i l’amour these kind of films btw i'm inlove with the château lol

3-the nightmares before Christmas

why do i like it : the songs and the story line is just awesomeee

2-corpse bride

why do i like it : it's such a nice and sad story and i like the movie's theme musique and ugh -_- steel mad cause victor went with ugly victoria (fox face MDR )

1-charlie in the chocolat factory

why do i like it : IT'S SO COOL IT MADE ME CYR BECAUSE I WANTED TO GO INSIDE THIS FACTORY