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Corpse Bride dvd discussion


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metalboss

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Anyone here grab the corpse bride dvd? what did you think of the movie/ special features. Im a huge fan of burtons stop motion movies like james and the giant peach, nightmare so i grabbed up corpse bride right away. The humor is quite different than nightmare but it retains alot of the same style, although they use some extremely good looking puppets for this movie instead of claymation which surprised me when i found that out on the special features.
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Really worth seeing movie, a lot of work put into it and yet it is hard for me to say whether it was better than Wallice and Gromit even if one ccould clearly see that it was better produced and thought out and had famous actors, the weakside was that it hadn't a song that stunk in the mind, like cats, westside story, Wizard of Oz, etc., something that I feel is a must if you want you film to become a classic.
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The new wallace and gromit is a great cheeky movie. Butcha gotta admit the animation in corpse bride is 10x better, well in my opinion it is, but they get away with it by using puppets which was just weird I totally though they were claymation when I watched it the first time.
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Tottaly agree with you there, my children loved both.
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AH but in wallace and gromet they cant change the animation techniques to much as it would look too different from the originals thats the curse of having a series of films.
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