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Captivating

By LaceyHutts
Written October 06, 2012
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.
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ok for 5 years+

By cooldadmark
Written October 06, 2012
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 to see this movie.
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Revival from Alice

By WatchItandReviewIt
Written October 08, 2012
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 it. You know it's a Burton film as soon as it starts, which is why I particularly like his films. It's smart, funny, and creative. It's even dark, in Tim's own kind of way. I suggest you go see it. Tip: You may compare this to ParaNorman, but I will be honest and say that I had much more fun seeing Frankenweenie than that. Just a tip for those trying to decide between the two, since I've heard friends debating.
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Sad and Uplifting!

By Movie_Buff_86
Written October 13, 2012
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 your family, and they hold a place in all of our hearts. A young boy goes through that feeling of losing a dog, and will do anything to bring him back. He will use Science that he learned from his teacher to hopefully bring back the dog from the grave. This movie could be scary for young children, and is not your typical happy movie that you would expect. It is a good movie, and you should go check it out. I know how it is to lose a pet, so it brought back many feelings i had when my dog and cat died. If only i can bring them back. This is a dark, scary, and normal movie we expect from Mr. Burton. Go see it! You will shed a tear.
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Heart tugging nerdy fun for 10 & up,

By Nacho Baggo
Written October 08, 2012
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 disturb the little ones. There are several momonts where tissues may be needed, No big belly laughs. Just nerdy fun. Matineee prices okay.
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