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Tim Burton: 'Frankenweenie' Deals With Kids And Classroom Weirdness

by Ryan Rigley It’s been several years now since Tim Burton has graced the world with one of his stop-motion animated masterpieces: “Corpse Bride,” released in 2005. "Frankenweenie" appears to be a return to form for the famed director. The film expands upon the live-acion short film of the same name that Burton made early [...]
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