***Note: This blog giveaway ended at 6:00pm PST, March 18th. Thanks again to everyone who submitted their comments! We'll be randomly selecting the winners, and will be in contact soon! Stay tuned to our Freshly Popped Movie Blog for more giveaways upcoming!***
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The cards come in four designs - The Mad Hatter, Red Queen, White Queen and Alice, and can be sent via e-mail or mail.
To celebrate the release of our cards, and the opening of Alice in Wonderland, we're giving away four full sets to four lucky winners. Each prize includes four $25 cards, for each of the four Alice in Wonderland collector cards - so, total, that's $100 in Fandango movie tickets, plus these cool Alice in Wonderland souvenirs.
To be entered in the giveaway, simply post one comment (one comment per entrant, please) to this blog post before March 18th, 6pm PST, with your answer to the following - which Tim Burton/Johnny Depp collaboration is your favorite, and why? (Quick reminder: they've now made seven movies together, including Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Sleepy Hollow, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Corpse Bride, Sweeney Todd and Alice in Wonderland). After the 18th, we'll randomly select four winners and deliver the goods.
Alice in Wonderland
I am a Depp fan in any film the man is so youthful in both looks and acting. But I unfortunately have not seen Alice yet, so, so far I would have to say my vote would be for the innocence of Edward Scissorhands. It, to me, portrays how society REALLY is, both then, and still is now. Something that isn't known, is either portrayed as a monster that must be destroyed, and everyone MUST agree with the most outspoken of the group(mob) or be considered one themselves, or they(the so-called monster) are attempted to be turned to OUR purposes, for our needs, with no regard for the life they happen to be destroying. The only thing that the "monster in that story wanted was to be accepted by everyone, to be loved. Sounds familiar doesn't it?
Charlie and The Chocolate Factory is my fave!!! Depp was great in it and the movie was wonderful!
I was obsessed with Edward Scissorhands as a kid! Such a brilliant, brilliant movie but still so sad.
Edward Scissorhands still has to be my favorite. Its really the only Burton/Depp collaberation I enjoyed.
Edward Scissorhands this has been my favorite movie since it came out, not to mention it made me fall in love with Johnny Depp :)
Edward Scissorhands is my fave collaboration cause it is one of the best movies of all time...amazing costumes, acting, sets, and everything else. Awesome!
My fave was edward scissorhands!!! I like that the main guy wasnt too scary!!! I HEART it!! THanks!! :)
I didn't realize how many films they have done together but my favorite is Edward Scissorhands. That character was so naive and humble. It was such a cute movie and even though his get-up was weird it wasn't creepy like most of the other movies and especially Alice In Wonderland!
I like Sweeney Todd best. Thanks for the contest.
Ed Wood and Edward Scissorhands -- just something about those Eds.....
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory because my children loved it over and over again. And to see such enchantment in their eyes makes it number one with me.
I love them all. It's really hard to choose. But I'll say Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is my fave, because of its relative light-heartedness.
Thanks for the giveaway..."Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", the latest adaptation of the book by the same name, is my favorite Burton / Depp movie collaboration to date. It was so much more bizarre than the first adaptation, "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory"...I think it was the squirrel scene that won me over !!!
My favorite has to be Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. We bought this when it first came out on DVD and my kids must have watched it 100 times since then! We love the story line.
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I would say charlie and the chocolate factory, interesting twist on a classic. email@example.com
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is my favorite, mostly because I loved that book as a child!
I've actually only seen a couple of them. I did really like Ed Wood.
Edward Scissorhands was a great story.
Definitely Alice and Wonderland or Edward Scissorhands.
I'd have to agree ed scissorhands, really a first look at what Depp was capable of as an actor, absolute genius
Sleepy Hollow is my favorite. I've always loved the story, and that was the first time I had seen any movie adaptation of it. It was dark and scary without straying too far from the feeling of the original story.
I might be in the minority, but Sweeney Todd was my favorite collaboration -- loved to see Johnny show his menacing side while at the same time singing a handful of haunting, beautiful Stephen Sondheim melodies -- thought it was a very underrated performance and film!
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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