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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    Quote Originally Posted by Boingonut
    I'm not sure but I think it has to do with the fact that Tim Burton hates working with Disney.
    He managed to continue his relationship w/ the studio for ED WOOD and JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH after NBC.

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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    Quote Originally Posted by dramaqueen
    Has anyone seen the trailer for "The Legend of Zorro" ? I SWEAR that music is from PotC.
    The song is not from Pirates of the Caribbean but it was used in the POTC trailer.
    What an idiot....

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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    Quote Originally Posted by Reaver
    Wha?!? I'm going to have to go ahead and disagree with you on this one. Most of Burton's biggest hits have Elfman at the musical helm. Batman. Nightmare. Beetlejuice. Edward Scissorhands. MIB. Sleepy Hollow... the list goes on.

    Just curious, what do you consider Burton's better films?
    MIB?

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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    I saw the trailer. I can't wait to see it! It looks amazing. I wonder why "What's This?" was in it though.


    To someone who posted earlier.. yes.. that song from POTC that sounds like it's in Zorro is on the soundtrack.... I'm pretty sure it's "He's A Pirate"
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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    Quote Originally Posted by InnerGhost
    MIB?
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    Honor those who fall under the sword.
    But pity the warrior who has slain all his enemies.

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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    tim berton had a thing with MIB i heard... (he is somewhere in the movie as well i heard..)

    I think this will be a great movie...

    The ledgend of Zoro's trailer sounds like a rearanged version of the pirates theme.....

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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    Too bad it's not Disney, it would make one sweet Mansion layover. Heck, there's a bride and everything.
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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    but why would you want to change things.. the mansion is great as it is.. (DLR's is at least.. WDW's is lacking a few thigns..)

    What you are saying is something that some people are saying about Pirates of the carribbean.. change the tride to the movie..

    Though i agree.. it would be sweet!!! (Loved the trailer and everything..)

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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    Well Walt did not build a museum. I agree some things should be untouched like the Steam Trains and Tiki Room, the HM and POTC is in a very odd position. Walt died before finalizing it, and I dont truly think its finished. It has no clear story like all other dark rides. It seems like a mish-mosh of effects with no background. Thats NOT Disney.

    I dunno. It just never seamed complete to me, even though I still like to ride it.

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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    it has a minor story... you die and then come back and bring a ghost home...

    (look fo the side of the house you are falling out of...)

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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    Well, I'm going to be ascribed as the TB detractor after this.

    Sorry, but I think the concept and story of Corpse Bride is atrocious, we all know enough of TB to write the story ourselves, probably word for word. Wouldn't see this if it came with a 5 course dinner and a refund...

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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneySavor
    Sorry, but I think the concept and story of Corpse Bride is atrocious, we all know enough of TB to write the story ourselves, probably word for word.
    Really? OK, I challenge you to write it out. An outline will do. and we'll see how close you really are. I'd put some money on the fact that you really wouldn't be all that close.
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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    I'm totally psyched about Corpse's Bride. If anything, the animation is beautiful.

    ... and yes, I would gladly sacrifice an Elfman score if it meant he record another album. A few of the songs in Charlie are very Boingo-esqe.

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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    this movie looks awesome... one little problem for me is that i only really go to the movies with my parents, and if they dont want to see it they dont go.

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    Re: Tim Burtons Corpse Bride

    Quote Originally Posted by migitmouse88
    this movie looks awesome... one little problem for me is that i only really go to the movies with my parents, and if they dont want to see it they dont go.
    Tell them Oprah will buy them a car if they'll go...

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