Tuesday, March 6

Frankenweenie Trailer Impressions: Tim Burton's Back with the 3-D Stop Motion Animated Film Remake of His 1984 Short Film

Frankenweenie is a 2012 3D black-and-white stop motion-animated Walt Disney film directed and produced by Tim Burton which is also a remake of a 1984 short film that was also co-written by Tim Burton. Frankenweenie is slated for an October 5, 2012 release. Let's check out this latest darkly themed film by Tim Burton here.

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Plot / Synopsis

When young Victor's pet dog Sparky (who stars in Victor's home-made monster movies) is hit by a car, Victor decides to bring him back to life the only way he knows how. But when the bolt-necked "monster" wreaks havoc and terror in the hearts of Victor's neighbors, he has to convince them (and his parents) that despite his appearance, Sparky's still the good loyal friend he's always been.

Watch Frankenweenie movie trailer here:

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Tim Burton is back ready to scare the hell out of the 21st century children with Frankenweenie. To an adult perspective, Frankenweenie may very well be another kid's film, but if you carefully look pass that aspect, the ideas and the general dark presentation (theme) of the film is more likely aim for adults. It is perfect right? An animated film that everyone can enjoy.

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Tim Burton has been known for his usually dark and quirky-themed movies which extends to Frankenweenie. If you lost someone dear to your life, it is only natural to want them back but of course it is not possible, but what if you can? That is what this stop motion animated film plays with. This time, Burton went with the animation to avoid possible conflict which his original 1984 Frankenweenie encountered: It was said that Burton was fired by Disney after the film was completed; the studio claimed that he had wasted company resources and felt the film was too scary for young audiences. But times are changing and so does kids tolerance with violence and dark themes. But to probably play safe, Burton may went with the 3-D stop motion animated remake.

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What can you say about this 3-D stop motion animated film? Have you heard or seen the 1984 film that this was based on? Share your thoughts about the Frankenweenie movie trailer on the comments section below: