Frankenweenie Trailer 2





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Published on Jun 27, 2012

In theaters October 5

In Tim Burton's Frankenweenie, young Victor conducts a science experiment to bring his beloved dog Sparky back to life, only to face unintended, sometimes monstrous, consequences.

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Dragon Soul
My 2nd favorite Tim Burton movie, I collect his movies. Just curious, is this based on Pet Semetary by Steven King?
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Qaadira Khan
This was a beautiful movie
Angela Rose Albis
i wish i can bring to life my doggy Mighty like what he did with Sparky :(
This is a delightful Burton film..The scene where Victor cries at the death of his dog evokes more emotion than some real actors do. I like that it was done in black and white as a tribute to old horror films and the Giant Turtje was Burton's nod to Godzilla films..loved the Carnival and when the Sea Horses come alive the lil chubby boy says ya know how they are happy and smiling in their underwater world..well they are not that way at all hahaha
Rosalie Vicente
The greatest movie ever!
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why is it black and white
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Hasan Gamer
why it is black and white
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Lisa Duez
biggest flop ever
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And people were upset that The Lego Movie didn't get an Oscar? This world has truly gone bananas.
i love that he still chose to make the film in black and white. he did the same with the live action version from the 80's, and Vincent. Tim seems to have a thing, for the mood black and white can give.
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