The Tim Burton Suite

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Alice In Wonderland1. Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Burton's newest film and his first foray into 3D and Imax.  He chooses this medium to tell the story of Alice, who stumbles back into Wonderland 13 years after her original visit as a child only to find her destiny awaiting her there.

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Sweeney Todd 2. Sweeney Todd (2007)

 

Burton’s dark and twisted musical about Sweeney Todd, aka the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, who goes on a murderous rampage in London after being wrongfully imprisoned and losing his family.

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Corspe Bride3.  Corpse Bride (2005)



Frustrated at the rehearsal of his arranged marriage, Victor goes into the forest to practice his vows.  After accidentally wedding himself to a corpse bride buried in the forest, he navigates the Land of the Dead in order to find his way back.

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory4. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)




-Burton’s imaginative take on Ronald Dahl’s book.  Johnny Depp stars in the story of the famous overzealous candy maker Willy Wonka and the five children he lets into his factory.

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Big Fish 5. Big Fish (2003)


Fact and Fiction blend together in this tall tale of a son trying to finally get to know his father on his deathbed and the fantastical life stories that he tells.

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Planet of the Apes6. Planet of the Apes (2001)


Tim Burton’s modern remake of the classic Planet of the Apes.  An astronaut gets transported to a planet inhabited by human-like apes who imprison him as well as others.  He attempts to escape with the help of the one ape who has compassion for human beings.

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 Sleepy Hallow 7. Sleepy Hollow (1999))


We all know the classic tale of Ichabod Crane and the headless horseman, but you haven’t really see it until you see it through the eyes of Tim Burton.  His retelling brings something new to the table in one of the most well known stories ever.

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Mars Attacks8. Mars Attacks(1996)


In this campy and star-studded film, Martians invade the earth bent on nothing but destruction of the human race.

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Ed Wood9. Ed Wood (1994)


The mostly true telling of the life of Ed Wood (Johnny Depp), hailed as the worst directors of all time.  We see him in the process of making some of his infamously bad movies and watch him interact with his friends and family.

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Batman Returns 10. Batman Returns (1992)

In this, the second Batman movie we watch Batman battle two classic foes, The Penguin and Catwoman.  This is Burton’s second foray into the Batman Saga.

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Edward Scissorhands11. Edward Scissorhands (1990)


-This strangely touching film stars Johnny Depp as Edward; an artificial man with scissors for hands. He develops a relationship with a suburban family and their teenage daughter (Winona Ryder).

Tim Burton has said that this film is his personal favorite.

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 Batman 12. Batman (1989)


-In the first Batman movie you are introduced to the Dark Knight (Michael Keaton) just as Gotham city becomes more unsafe. In this action packed movie Batman battles his most infamous enemy, The Joker (Jack Nicholson).

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BettleJuice13. Beetlejuice (1988)


-This horror/comedy/fantasy film tells the story of a recently dead couple (Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin) who become ghosts and haunt their former home. When two yuppies move in, they enlist the help of the “bio-exorcist” Beetlejuice (Michael Keaton) to scare them away.

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 Peewee's Big Adventure 14. Peewee’s Big Adventure (1985)


-A bizarre action comedy that has achieved cult status, this film stars Paul Reubens as Pee Wee Herman, a manchild who embarks on a nationwide search for his stolen bicycle.

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