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#256 - cerealisticbeing **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#245 - friedchickenman (11/16/2012) [-]
**friedchickenman rolled a random image posted in comment #46 at How to lose a roommate ** the woman i'm gonna marry
#241 - johananas (11/16/2012) [-]
Is Tim Burton doing a Nightmare on Elmstreet remake with Johnny Depp as Freddy Krueger?
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User avatar #239 - luismamontes (11/16/2012) [-]
Little known fact: Tim Burton is actually Johnny Depp in costume.
#238 - doyoulikeapizza (11/16/2012) [-]
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#233 - psychobeastjr (11/16/2012) [-]
**psychobeastjr rolled a random image posted in comment #238 at Wait, let me down bitch. ** MFW i love Tim Burton
#228 - kennychaplin (11/16/2012) [-]
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User avatar #227 - theavatarspupil (11/16/2012) [-]
Has anybody noticed that victor frankenstein, Victor Van Dort (the groom from corpse bride), and jack skellington seem to be tha same person at different ages? i mean think about it. Victor frankenstein had sparky, who dies (or rather, he lets him die) to become scraps, Victor then grows up to change his name to Van Dort, and then the corpse bride gives the dog back. later on, after victor dies, he becomes Jack Skelington, and gains the title of pumpkin king, with his dog, zero on his side. the dog's name also represents how much is left of it (sparky is held up by electricity, scraps is held up by whats left of him, and zero has nothing left to hold him up)
#234 to #227 - griphun (11/16/2012) [-]
He's got it all figured out.
Good job, mate.
#213 - brutalfistfuck (11/16/2012) [-]
Oh no, opinion time!   
   
Really good Tim Burton movies:   
Pee Wee's Big Adventure, Beetlejuice, Batman, Edward Scissorhands, Batman Returns, Ed Wood, Big Fish, Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street   
   
Good Tim Burton movies:   
Mars Attacks!, Sleepy Hollow, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie   
   
Average or bad Tim Burton movies:   
Planet Of The Apes, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Alice In Wonderland, Dark Shadows   
   
Great ones he produced:   
The Nightmare Before Christmas, James And The Giant Peach, 9, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter   
   
Average ones he produced:   
Cabin Boy, Batman Forever   
   
By the way, grilled cheese!
Oh no, opinion time!

Really good Tim Burton movies:
Pee Wee's Big Adventure, Beetlejuice, Batman, Edward Scissorhands, Batman Returns, Ed Wood, Big Fish, Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street

Good Tim Burton movies:
Mars Attacks!, Sleepy Hollow, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie

Average or bad Tim Burton movies:
Planet Of The Apes, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Alice In Wonderland, Dark Shadows

Great ones he produced:
The Nightmare Before Christmas, James And The Giant Peach, 9, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

Average ones he produced:
Cabin Boy, Batman Forever

By the way, grilled cheese!
#225 to #213 - Abortedwafflez (11/16/2012) [-]
But I like Alice in Wonderland :I
But I like Alice in Wonderland :I
User avatar #230 to #225 - brutalfistfuck (11/16/2012) [-]
That one's also kind of a guilty pleasure for me. It is definitely visually stunning. And holy crap did it make a lot of money!
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User avatar #218 to #213 - moonwire (11/16/2012) [-]
Mostly agree, although I was confused by the great movies placed in the middle.

The rhino from James and The Giant Peach was ******* frightening when I was young T-T
User avatar #216 to #213 - theavatarspupil (11/16/2012) [-]
James and the Giant Peach is only nostalgic, horrible movie. he sang a whole song just about his name. he seriously sang "my name is james. that is what my mother called me."
User avatar #215 to #213 - kellyrott (11/16/2012) [-]
I completely agree with your opinion on all of these. :D
User avatar #214 to #213 - neutralgray (11/16/2012) [-]
I feel like the only person on this site who like Willy Wonka remake.
#220 to #214 - brutalfistfuck (11/16/2012) [-]
It's kind of a guilty pleasure for me actually, but I do understand why some people might not like it. I do enjoy the stylistic direction of it, though. Also, I actually liked Dark Shadows the first time I saw it, but as much after that.
It's kind of a guilty pleasure for me actually, but I do understand why some people might not like it. I do enjoy the stylistic direction of it, though. Also, I actually liked Dark Shadows the first time I saw it, but as much after that.
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User avatar #222 to #220 - neutralgray (11/16/2012) [-]
Likewise. That best describes how I feel about it.
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#202 - localcatbarber (11/16/2012) [-]
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User avatar #183 - kingaa (11/16/2012) [-]
wow so true
#182 - petal (11/16/2012) [-]
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User avatar #205 to #181 - shunketsu (11/16/2012) [-]
i think you mean freddy krueger...
#192 to #181 - DoggyBouncer (11/16/2012) [-]
Who's Freddy Krooker and why was that a question? That's a statement.
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#206 to #192 - anonymous (11/16/2012) [-]
Nightmare on Elm Street Villain...and yes that's exactly what he looks like, pre-fire
#179 - thechosentroll (11/16/2012) [-]
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It works, though.
User avatar #211 to #176 - amuro (11/16/2012) [-]
Astronut?
User avatar #217 to #211 - Kekuchi (11/16/2012) [-]
The Astronaut's Wife; Johnny Depp (astronaut) comes back from space mission and loses his **** .
User avatar #219 to #217 - amuro (11/16/2012) [-]
TY, man.
User avatar #221 to #219 - Kekuchi (11/16/2012) [-]
:)
User avatar #210 to #176 - schnofi (11/16/2012) [-]
Fear and Loathing... Raoul Duke (Hunter S. Thompson) only a pot smoker?
User avatar #201 to #198 - slendie (11/16/2012) [-]
You just ******* made my day!
User avatar #177 to #176 - figosound (11/16/2012) [-]
emo wolverine - lol
User avatar #165 - angelojuusan (11/16/2012) [-]
I'll be honest: I really think Burton's lost his touch. Ever since his remake of Willy Wonka (which was okay, but nothing brilliant), the dude's been sliding deeper and deeper into mediocrity. His stuff just doesn't leave an impact. I can still sing the entire opening of Nightmare Before Christmas, but I can barely remember what the hell Corspe Bride was about. Just my honest thoughts on the guy.
User avatar #184 to #165 - luthervonappledorf (11/16/2012) [-]
I am a HUGE Tim Burton fan and have been since I was about 3 but I completely agree with you. Dark Shadows for me was just dreadful. It could have been any director who made it. I would love to just be able to blame Disney since they're the ones who seem to be controlling hi creatively but, he's just not the same any more. The incredible imagination seems to have gone but I hold hope for Frankenweenie because that seems to be back to his old magic.
#185 to #184 - youxbarstard (11/16/2012) [-]
Everybody runs out of ideas eventually.
User avatar #186 to #185 - luthervonappledorf (11/16/2012) [-]
I don't think he has. He had so many fantastic ideas at the start of his career and they kept going for a while, then Disney got involved and he reeled back to gothic charm and humour. I personally think he should step out on his own and go back to doing what he wants without constraints.
#187 to #186 - youxbarstard (11/16/2012) [-]
Now imagine him making a steampunk based movie.
User avatar #188 to #187 - luthervonappledorf (11/16/2012) [-]
I honestly think I'd die of happiness. As long as it was live action and he had written it himself it would be amazing. The combination of him and Danny Elfman could make it a masterpiece.
#189 to #188 - youxbarstard (11/16/2012) [-]
What the hell would the story be about though.....
User avatar #190 to #189 - luthervonappledorf (11/16/2012) [-]
An autonomous city run by a robot mayor begins having trouble when a string of local ******* leaves the local police stumped. A detective is brought in from out of town to help solve the ******* . Along the way it becomes apparent that the clockwork police are being manipulated by an unknown source. As the detective investigates he uncovers the truth, that the mayor is in fact a human trying to desperately cling onto what control he has over the city after the mechanical factory which produces robots for the country begins to lose money. The problem runs deeper than the detective could have imagined as he probes further he locates a secret underground anti-robot cell that is manipulating both the mayor and the mechanical factory. An all out rebellion is looming and the detective is the only one who can stop it.
#191 to #190 - youxbarstard (11/16/2012) [-]
If you don't mind that I add something, when the detective confronts the mayor he tells the detective that his original reason for trying to keep control was so that he could also fund a side project in which he would take a physical change into being fully mechanical so that he could be immortal due to fear of old age and then death.
Completely optional I just think it sounds good.
User avatar #193 to #191 - luthervonappledorf (11/16/2012) [-]
Oh god yes! Good twist. We may be onto something here...
#194 to #193 - youxbarstard (11/16/2012) [-]
Maybe we should continue this in private so we can use the idea later if we choose.
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