Frankenweenie

Frankenweenie

When a car hits young Victor's pet dog Sparky, 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 that Sparky's still the good, loyal friend he was.

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. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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David W (fr) wrote: i love this movie!!!

Tony S (de) wrote: great animation and great stories for the comics. A must see for GL fans.

Emmanuel F (us) wrote: Interesting historically but not enough "meat" to be meaningful.

Varian B (es) wrote: Whomever gave splats on this movie obviously knows nothing of martial arts and bushido. AWESOME movie, great story line..

Tyler H (mx) wrote: Not much to say about this one, I loved the first film, but this one was pretty bad. The acting wasn't very good at all, it was poorly made, and it just lacked a good story. Not worth checking out, in my opinion. It did have some really hot chicks though, but that's about it. 2/5

Anthony B (ag) wrote: Plays out modestly like a redneck Weekend at Bernie's... perverted, juvenile, harmless fun!

Leesa K (mx) wrote: Love love love this movie

Lisa G (ca) wrote: Not the greatest movie but worth watching.

Jonny B (gb) wrote: Visually stunning but dull and pretentious. Godard has lost it.

Ben C (ca) wrote: A great Halloween movie with a scary villain.

Rowena A (ru) wrote: First movie I believe I had my mouth hanging open and my eyeballs almost falling off their sockets and I was 7. And I danced to this song on every special occasion for my family like a little wind up doll. Fun times.

Jesse B (au) wrote: one of my old man's favorites

Lilo C (it) wrote: First of all THANKs to my Husband who persuaded me to watch this MovieI have never seen Charles Bronson in a role like he played in this Movie. This Movie is more a comedy. It was refreshing to see how my Lubly Homeland looked in 70s. Great Location. The Plot was well...never mind, though it was refreshing to see Charles Bronson playing totally different character.AND BY THE WAY GODAMM PROUD TO BE SWISS.

Phil W (gb) wrote: The short film that set the ball rolling for Noe's incredibly dark and nihilistic vision of contemporary cinema. Exquisitely bleak and completely devoid of any humour this will test anyone's moral mettle. Strong stuff indeed.

Alex F (it) wrote: The only thing I disliked about this movie was Richard Harris' eye make up. It bothered me during the entire movie.

Brian B (ag) wrote: Objective, Burma! has got to be the most slow moving and boring WWII film I have ever seen. Not only that but it is practically a propaganda film and extremely stock. Now I realize, this being a very early WWII film it can't have been stock when it was new, but over the years this has become stock. The acting is good but really this movie is just boring. It's not worth your time. Overall 1.5/4 Stars Grade = C-

forcebucket B (ca) wrote: I thought i would enjoy this better

Scott A (jp) wrote: Fanfuckingtastic. This documentary struck a cord for sure. I can remember spending so much free time in Tower Records with my brother and friends. I was so sad when they closed and since moving to Portland I've been lucky enough to experience something similar with record stores like Everyday Music and Millennium Music.

Brett H (us) wrote: Open Water is the terrifying and intense true story of a young couple who are mistakenly left behind during a scuba dive excursion and must face the reality that they are all alone in the middle of the ocean with no rescue in sight. For what it lacks in star-power and production values, it more than makes up for with nail-biting tension that puts you in the shoes of these two unfortunate people when you realize just how terrifying the ocean actually is. The film is shot with HD cameras to give it a hyper-realistic feel which puts you right there with them and horrifies the audience every now and then when the camera dips below the surface and shows us what is swimming around them. One amazing thing about this film is that no CGI was used and thus the sharks, jellyfish, etc were all real and the actors had to overcome their fears and swim amongst them. This film is the true definition of a HORROR film as the situation these people find themselves in is the absolute last thing I would ever want to experience and the filmmakers do a great job keeping the tension taut throughout. It proves that imagination is far-scarier than big-budget effects and this is easily the scariest shark film since Jaws!