The Greatest Tim Burton Filmsbrandonburton7
The Top Ten
Oh my God, I'm glad this is at the top of the list. This is the greatest Tim Burton film of all time, and should have been the greatest Johnny Depp film of all time. The story is iconic, creative, colourful, brilliantly-paced and with terrific set pieces that, even in the twenty-first century, are beautiful. The script is also marvellous, every single line seems to be ingeniously chosen as if the writers sat down for hours and used pure ingenuity to come up with quotes that did the characters justice. Johnny Depp has been in so many films and, no thanks to Pirates of the Caribbean, believe that the 2000s were his best era, but that's just insulting. Johnny Depp KILLED IT as Edward Scissorhands - he didn't even have that many lines, but he was amazing: his speech, his mannerisms, the way he moved (Way better than Pirates of the Caribbean), and the fact that he just made the character seem so real. This film is also really funny at times, especially with Johnny Depp using his ...more
First of all, Nightmare Before Christmas was not even directed or written by Tim Burton. He just produced it and came up with the concept while he worked on Batman. But to the point! This movie has to be Tim Burton's deepest and personal film of his. It is a fantastic concept. Tim Burton is letting the world know that it's okay for people to be lonely, just like he needs to be alone in order to create his art. Man, he's such a genius! The movie was beautifully directed and written! Excellent work, Mr. Burton!
Nightmare may be the pure definition of a Burton movie, but Edward Scissorhands has a certain charm about it. This movie is magical, mesmerizing, heartbreaking, all while maintaining that bizarre Tim Burton feeling. Elfman's score is perfection, and the cast is gold. This is where Johnny Depp's Career kickstarted, and where Vincent Price went out with a stellar performance. This is not only my favorite Burton film, but it's one of the best films ever made.
This is honestly my favorite film of all time. Yeah, it's not revolutionary or anything, but it's story is brilliant, the character of Edward is impossible not to like because he's just so naïve and innocent, and the atmosphere is just wonderful. The design of the inventor's castle is breathtaking. I also like how everything is basically the same in the suburbs, because it just ties in to the whole "different" thing. Tim Burton has had many ups and downs, but when he gets a movie right, it's genius. - Elric-sanV 16 Comments
This movie may have not been directed my Tim Burton, but it has his artistic genius written all over it. Up until today, this stop-motion picture is often regarded as a masterpiece only proving that it might just be Burton's best film in his career.
The magic that Burton put into this film is unbelievable. You find yourself connected to the characters and the animation is fantastic. The story and morals it teaches are too memorable to forget.
I really enjoyed this film. Very interesting plot. Didn't get bored. I thought that there was maybe to much singing, but jack and Sally made up for it. Great film, overall. - baconyum
What's this, what's this? The Nightmare Before Christmas is 2nd on the list?V 11 Comments
Batman is one of the best films ever. Best superhero movie. Great Characters, Plot, Setting, and one of Jack Nicholson's best performances of all time
At least it's better than Edward scissorhands
Dark comedy, revenge and bloody violence... All in a musical! So weird you have to love it
I hate "Edward Scissor Hands". I'm sad that it's at the top of the list. My second pick would be Big Fish.
After Edward scissors hand this is the best movie really a unique movie musical movie that inspires me a lot
Best actors ever + best director ever = Best musical EVER!V 5 Comments
Probably not the best but it should at least be in the top ten. its got a great cast as well. Burton is a great director. Michael Keaton is an excellent actor as is Winona Ryder
Beetlejuice is an extremely hilarious but creepy film and it's my 2nd favourite Tim Burton film next to Edward scissorhands
This movie is about ghosts trying to scare obnoxious new yuppie owners of this house! I love it!
Not the best but I think it needs to get higher on the listV 3 Comments
A little complex but a great story - MatrixGuy
Such great story telling with a touching ending.
I love Nightmare Before Christmas, yes it's amazing! But I preferred the story in Corpse Bride. I can't remember if Charlie and the Chocolate factory or Corpse Bride was the first Tim Burton movie I've watched. - Oldia
I loved the movie very much. I loved Victor and Emily.
I loved the movie it should been number 2!
If this was an anime, Victor would be my husbando. Yes, this movie is AMAZING.V 2 Comments
Scared the crap out of me. Better than the first.V 1 Comment
Why is this at #10? This is easily Tim Burton's best movie!
Really great movie and a great acting from Johnny DeppV 2 Comments
Probably it is the first movie of Johnny Depp that I watched when I was 5 it was really amazing and Johnny Depp was looking so cute in it
There should at least be another actor besides Johnny Depp who should of played Willy Wonka - Yorkshire2001
Nice movie should deserve no 5
This movie sucks anal grease through a warthogs dickhole
By far Tim's best and one of my favourite films of all time: Pee-Wee's Big Adventure is an experience I'll never forget.V 1 Comment
Awesome movie. It should have been number 3!
OH MY GOD. TNBC and CB I love yes. But this movie is just perfect. I love this movie. It's amazing. I LOVE IT! PLEASE TO TOP 10!
Mars Attack at 18, this list is a disgrace. It's a hilarious parody. - Agent_Cooper
It's so funny and nearly everyone dies in it.
Oh come on, this NEEDS to be number 1, best animated movie I've ever seen, it's a dark scary thriller animated movie, and it's a PG13 animated movie, what happened to those? Cause even though it doesn't swear or anything, it's still creepy and a lot of characters die, and I mean like acutally die not just being held captive as a spirit until the others rescue him, and t scale of this movie is breathtaking, you can feel how small these characters are, and the characters are so likeable, and some of them don't even speak that much, and the story is incredible, I love the fact that in the beginning you and 9 are both wondering what happened to all the humans? And they explain it by having a little film they watch showing the machines that destroyed them. This movie is fantastic, it needs to be number 1 on this list and on greatest animated movies
Great movie! Not your typical animation.
One of the best Tim Burton films I've seen.
Most underrated tim burton filmV 1 Comment
This was a great movie, not only was it by tim burton, but it has johnny depp in it.
Johnny Depp was looking lovely in it
Easily Tim Burton's worst movieV 1 Comment
Same as charlie: It sucks anal greaseV 1 Comment
This movie is my favorite Tim Burton movie. I rate it a 92%. It's a really good movie just in my opinion. - Mettsbackup
Tim Burton had nothing to do with it
I know Burton didn't even direct this, but even so, why this film isn't any higher on the list is beyond me. Iti is a pretty colourful, heartful film and is, without any miniscule speck of a doubt, A LOT better than Batman and Robin. I liked Val Kilmer as Batman, I loved Tommy Lee Jones as Two-Face and Jim Carrey as the Riddler was one of the biggest revelations since Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow. Where did you go wrong, Schumacher? Where on Earth did you go wrong?V 1 Comment
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