Posts Tagged ‘Burton Binge’
In the triumphant finale to his look back at all of Tim Burton's movies, Sam reviews "Frankenweenie" and hands out his best-and-worst Burton awards.
As dense and twisty as its soap opera source material, this latter Burton effort blithely juggles droll humor and tragic romance.
This week, Tim Burton tumbles down the rabbit hole, delivering a surprisingly personal commentary along the way.
This adaptation of the 1979 stage musical is easily Burton's grimmest work.
Tim Burton returns to the world of hand-crafted wonder for this delightfully whimsical fairy tale romance.
A backwards step from "Big Fish," this film features one of the few Burton worlds to which you'll want to remain an outsider.
Tim Burton's most personal and poignant film since "Edward Scissorhands," "Big Fish" is a seamless fusion of magic and reality.
The film unlike anything Tim Burton has ever made ... but not in a good way.
Horror buff Nile Arena joins Sam to discuss Burton's best genre experiment since "Batman."
In his follow-up to "Ed Wood," Tim Burton fails precisely where that filmmaker did in creating a kooky kitsch-fest that is fun but ultimately hollow.
To many critics, this film is Tim Burton’s mark of legitimacy — his big, beautiful step into biographical, black-and-white, Oscar-friendly territory.
This week, Sam debates with a friend about the "Batman" sequel that displays more of director Tim Burton's sensibilities than the Dark Knight's.
Out of all of Tim Burton's outsider dramas, this one is easily his most personal, poignant and imaginative.
Seamlessly balancing surreal imagery with emotional authenticity, Tim Burton's first foray into blockbusters set a standard for all comic-book films to follow.