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Frankenweenie Synopsis
A boy harnesses the power of science to bring his beloved dog back to life. Based on an original idea by Tim Burton.
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Movie Reviews

Not what i expected

By Pjengineer
frankenweenie is not like an ordinary disney movie. I understand tim Burton helped direct it and believe me he is an amazing director but this, this i felt like they were rushed to make a halloween...


By LaceyHutts
Took my two year old and three year to see this show and they loved every minute of it. They couldn't take their eyes off the movie. It was creative and heart felt....

Not for kids

By Xgvr8p01
I wasn't sure whether to see Frankenweenie or Hotel Transylvania. Frankenweenie is dark, violent, and NOT for kids. I took my 8 yr old daughter and my 6 yr old twin boys and the kids couldn't handle...

ok for 5 years+

By cooldadmark
Ok movie for 5 years + , my son thought it was very funny, he found there to be some boring parts where the movie dragged on a bit, but overall he liked the movie. My 5 year old recommends going...

Revival from Alice

By WatchItandReviewIt
The only reasons why I'm voting this as "Must Go" is because it was ten times better than Alice in Wonderland, which seemed too edited for Tim Burton and because there's nothing I would change about...


By XeroNecross
Based on Tim Burton's original movie he created a very well remake of a live-action film into stop-motion. Black and white through out the whole film makes it feel like your watching an older movie...

Sad and Uplifting!

By Movie_Buff_86
Tim Burton is back at it again with his newest creation "Frankenweenie." You will laugh, you will cry, but most important you will understand the bond between an animal and an owner. They are part of...

Heart tugging nerdy fun for 10 & up,

By Nacho Baggo
The animation is beautiful even for Black & White. Sweeping scenes, rain, lightening, and fire were worked in remarkably well in this stop motion animated piece. The dark themes and characters may...

10 and up big guideline

By lelahgainey
I'm a big Tim Burton fan as it is, so i loved the movie that reason. Being a stop-motion black and white film was a classic feature i loved. Typical animal death scene was heart breaking and tear...


By sgtshiu
It's to be expected in a Tim Burton movie I suppose! My daughter didn't particularly care for it. However, she did love "The Nightmare Before Christmas", "Coraline" and other strange movies like...

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Rated PG | For Action, Thematic Elements and Scary Images
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Burton's creepy young Frankenstein is perfect for tweens.
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