The Shoutbox
Apparently that is a comedy. It looks great whatever it is.


"Thank you so much for doing that Jerry. That meant a lot back then."
Originally Posted by Violetlvr
What is the best Tim Burton movie?
That one with Helena Bonham Carter. The name escapes me.
Originally Posted by Sedai
I didn't hate it, and I rather enjoyed the musical numbers, but was annoyed by both Depp's performance and Burton's penchant for inserting his Daddy issues into his films, which in this one, was pretty heavy handed.
*standing ovation*

'Nuff said.
Batman (1989)
I didn't hate it, and I rather enjoyed the musical numbers, but was annoyed by both Depp's performance and Burton's penchant for inserting his Daddy issues into his films, which in this one, was pretty heavy handed.
Originally Posted by Sedai
I would roll that magic loss back to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, myself.
Really? I liked that one even though it was super creepy.
I would roll that magic loss back to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, myself.
I've seen all of Tim Burton's films and most of his shorts, and the TV episodes he directed, except Planet of the Apes (which I'll watch at some point).
My favorites were probably Ed Wood, Edward Scissorhands, Corpse Bride and Big Fish. And Pee-wee's Big Adventure.
Ever since 2010's Alice in Wonderland (I saw it in the cinema and it was a huge disappointment), his movies have really lost their original magic.
Originally Posted by ynwtf
Originally Posted by doubledenim

My hernia is a little too personal to talk about.
Well, I guess. But Ron Weasley is a pretty good guy, I think, so it's not like she just hooked up with a prick. But I totally understand unrequited love.
That avatar. Story checks out.