The Tim Burton Collection Blu-ray was released on Sep 11, 2012 and soon became top sellers on many site, top 1 on Blu-ray.com. This collection gathers 7 Tim Burton's best films: Pee- Wee's Big Adventure, Beetlejuice, Batman, Batman Returns, Mars Attacks!, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Corpse Bride. This collection is an attractive Blu-ray package that should surely be enough to delight any diehard Burton fan and film lovers. Look at some introduction and reviews about them and play The Tim Burton Collection Blu-ray now.
Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
Pee-Wee's Big Adventure marks the debut of Tim Burton as a director. It portrays that: Pee Wee Herman, the hero, goes on a cross-country trip to the Alam after his beloved bike stolen and a "physic" tells him it is in Alam. On the way, he finds himself in one oddball encounter after another, from posing as an escaped convict's alibi girlfriend to dancing his way out of a biker brawl in a bar to riding in a big-rig with cackling Large Marge. It was once called"Burton's strangest film", but really a great and delightful film for the children as well as adults.
The film Beetlejuice revolves around a young couple Barbara and Adam Maitland, who become ghosts after dying in an accident, haunting their former home and trying to scare away the new an obnoxious inhabitants, but they fall into the hands of Betelgeuse, a crude "bio-exorcist" who promises to help them but can't be trusted. This film is different from other supernatural comedies in the 1980s, with Burton filmmaking style fully-formed and brought to life on the screen.
Batman and Batman Returns
Batman was definitely a big box office success, as well as the follow-ups. Since then, Batman became a household legendary figure. The two films may be a little "dark" with Burton style, they are surely classics. Though they received mixed reviews from critics, the films are surely entertaining, with fantastic audiovisual experience, as once described as "having a 'refreshingly adult' approach with performances, direction and set design that 'draws you into a psychological world'".
Mars Attacks! is different from Burton's previous films. Based on the cult trading card series of the same name, the film uses elements of black black, surreal humor and political satire, and is a parody of science fiction B movies. It also received mixed reviews from critics.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is well known to everyone, it tell the story about little poor Charlie, who takes a tour he has won, led by Wonka, through the most magnificent chocolate factory in the world. Tim Burton brings his unique vision and sensibility to this story and adds some changes to the material. This film is successful in capturing the charm and wonderment of the original story while upgrading its technology for modern audiences. With Johnny Depp in, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is surely an enjoyable film.
Corpse Bride is the third stop-motion feature film produced by Burton. It tells a beautiful and bittersweet fairytale between Victor and Emily Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times awarded the film three stars out of four, praising the voice acting and animation, stating that it is not a "macabre horror story as the title suggests", and calling the film a "sweet and visually lovely tale of love lost". It is fun.
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