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May 11, 2012
PG-13 , 1 hr 52 min
3,106 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: Vampire Barnabas Collins escapes from his tomb after 200 years and returns to his family estate.
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Elizabeth Collins Stoddard
Helena Bonham Carter
Dr. Julia Hoffman
Jackie Earle Haley
Jonny Lee Miller
Victoria Winters/Josette DuPres
Chloë Grace Moretz
Young Barnabas - Age 6
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By Owen Gleiberman
Depp's performance is more than just funny - it's ghoulishly endearing.
By Ty Burr
Tim Burton has got his groove back.
By Steven Rea
Pinpointing the era - lovingly - is very much what Dark Shadows' has on its mind. While there's a tangle of romance and vengeance and all...
San Francisco Chronicle
By Mick LaSalle
There are times, not too many, when the movie drags. But when you consider all the pitfalls avoided, and all the laughs and pleasures it...
By Peter Travers
The pleasures of Dark Shadows are frustratingly hit-and-miss. In the end, it all collapses into a spectacularly gorgeous heap.
By Claudia Puig
At its best in comic mode, more effective as goofy spoof than horror show.
New York Daily News
By Joe Neumaier
Whether it works is a matter of taste, but the fact that Burton's revisit unearths enough fun while feeling like four films in one is...
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By Todd McCarthy
Dark Shadows sinks its teeth half-way into its potentially meaty material but hesitates to go all the way.
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By Joe Morgenstern
Amusing, in fits and spurts, and sure to make tons of money, but terribly familiar and fatigued.
By Bob Mondello
It's stately with a smirk, crossing Bram Stoker with "The Addams Family" to arrive at what sometimes feels like a wildly overproduced...
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Rated PG-13 | For Language, Comic Horror Violence, Sexual Content, Smoking and Some Drug Use
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Pause for kids 13 & under
Mixed-up Depp/Burton vampire comedy has blood, innuendo.
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