Best Motion Movies


  • Tim Burton's Corpse Bride

    Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (PG, 2005)

    Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Emily Watson, Tracey Ullman, Albert Finney
    Tim Burton returns to the dark but fanciful animated style of The Nightmare Before Christmas with th... read moreis stop-motion black comedy. Victor (voice of Johnny Depp) lives in a small European village in the 19th century, where he is pledged to marry Victoria (voice of Emily Watson), a partnership arranged by their parents. The two only meet the day before their scheduled nuptials, and Victor performs disastrously in the wedding rehearsal. Later that evening, while he is walking through the woods and hopelessly practicing his vows, he puts Victoria's wedding band on what looks like a branch. Victor quickly discovers this was a big mistake; as it happens, he has put the ring on the skeletal finger of the enchanted Corpse Bride (voice of Helena Bonham Carter), who then whisks him off to a dark and mysterious netherworld where they are now married. Victor is frightened in the land of the dead, and even realizes that he has fallen in love with his true fiancée, Victoria, so he searches for a way back to his own world. Directed by Tim Burton in collaboration with animator Mike Johnson, Corpse Bride features a stellar voice cast, including Albert Finney, Christopher Lee, Richard E. Grant, Joanna Lumley, and Danny Elfman (who also composed the film's musical score). ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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      fb813389394: . Nevertheless, the film is a visual treat in terms of the excellent stop-motion animation, the method definitely befitting the material and the effort that went into creatin
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      fb1729406813: . I myself had been a fan of stop motion animation as a kid, starting from Wallace and Gromit. I knew this review is coming from a Bur
      Reviewed 9 months days ago
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      asjklasjklas: It has the dazzling stop-motion animation and whimsical atmosphere of a traditional Tim Burton. Although it may not be his mo
      Reviewed 9 months days ago