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Tim Burton's Corpse Bride 2005

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(215) IMDb 7.4/10
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Both funny and full of creepy horror, this movie tells the chilling tale of Victor who accidentally marries a corpse bride instead of fiance Victoria. Liking the land of the dead, he begins to fall for his bride, but Victoria's life is in danger. As time runs out for all, can they get what they deserve?

Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter
1 hour, 14 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Children & Family, Science Fiction, Animated, Romance, Musicals, Dance & Theatre, Comedy
Director Tim Burton, Mike Johnson
Starring Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter
Supporting actors Emily Watson, Tracey Ullman, Paul Whitehouse, Joanna Lumley, Albert Finney, Richard E. Grant, Christopher Lee, Michael Gough, Jane Horrocks, Enn Reitel, Deep Roy, Danny Elfman, Stephen Ballantyne, Lisa Kay
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Parental Guidance
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dr Jacques COULARDEAU on 6 Dec. 2006
Format: DVD
This animated film that uses puppets and other means to build a full show, dancing, singing and haunting included, is remarkable. Remarkable for its pleasantly morbid humor and subject. Remarkable for its caustically social criticism. Remarkable for its mesmerizing loving young characters. These are the victims of everything in the world. Of their parents, of their social position, of their young age, of their romanticism, of their naiveté and of course of all the social climbers and social vultures our beautiful human society hosts and even cherishes. It is true without these social escalating climbers life would be humdrum and tasteless. With them it tastes like mud and there is always some hullabaloo around them.

The plot is superbly simple. The son of a rich bourgeois family is planned by his parents to marry the daughter of a pauperized noble family who is planned by her parents to marry the son of a rich bourgeois family. They fall in love at first sight, and first touch of a piano keyboard, which is exceptional for an arranged marriage. And then difficulties pile up because a social vulture comes up and wants the girl since he is pauperized and badly informed. He thinks the noble family is rich and he wants to put his hands (and both of them of course) on the girl and her family’s fortune.

Then, due to some local and perverse circumstances the poor young man ends up in a cemetery and he gets, by total accident, married to a dead girl, hence a corpse “till death us parts.” But this clause is difficult to implement. The rest is to be discovered by yourself and your doppelganger because we all have a doppelganger who would like to visit the other side of the mirror, the other side of reality, the dark side of the moon and even the invisible side of our psyche.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Donvad on 26 Jun. 2006
Format: UMD Mini for PSP Verified Purchase
If you liked "A Nightmare Before Christmas" you'll absolutely enjoy this one as well. I must admit that I really admire most of Tim Burton's films, as they really seem to go beneath the surface in a most profound and original way and really do have a lot of heart and depth. A film, which is about a guy who accidentally marries a `dead' woman and therefore is taken to the underworld of the dead and hold there against his wish bound by his vow, would normally seem to be a rather dark and sinister film, but not in this case, this is a beautiful film. It is almost `classical' in its style of telling its tale, but at the same time of cause, being a Tim Burton film, `unusual'. This is about magic & love versus vanity & evil, but the film also has a lot of humour and irony, which is unfolded in a glorious way. It is also a film about redemption, and dare I say, it has a wonderful ending where everything falls into place. The music is also a big part of this movie and Danny Elfman, who is a great film composer, has really delivered some stunning tunes. This is a real gem by the maestro - don't miss this one.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Stuart R. Allen on 30 Dec. 2006
Format: DVD
I'm largely a fan of Tim Burtons work, bar a couple, and having seen this for the first time recently I have to say that it's a work of art.

When I first saw Nightmare before Christmas I felt it was lacking something. Burtons reliance upon his saccharin goth formula has been tiresome in some of his recent outings. But the gnarly silhouetted backdrops and jaunty atmospheric soundtrack by Danny Elfman suited this film down to the ground, no pun intended.

The plot was slightly cutesy in places but with Burtons astonishing eye for detail and depth of scenery you soon become lost in it all.

With the Pixar animation machine taking over the world at the moment churning out throw-away plots it was refreshing to see a stop motion flick come up with something that looks as beautiful as this does.

With Burton and Depp both being staunch 'Anglo-philes' it was no surprise to see a strong British cast lending their voices to this film.

If you're a fan of Tim Burton and have yet to see this, I strongly urge you to do so because the magic he weaves in his films has never been so perfectly executed as it was in this film. One in the eye for Pixar I think.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tim.T on 10 Aug. 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I just cannot, cannot believe that there is ANYONE on planet Earth who doesn't like 'The Corpse Bride'. Why don't you just bury yourselves and be done with it? You're dead; you're the only ones who don't know it. Either that, or you must be the same people who keep 'Big Momma's House', 'Disaster Movie' and countless other excremental drivel in the cinema - they're clearly more to your level of intellect. I despair. It seems the number of people who can actually tell the difference between a turd and a diamond is dwindling rapidly.

I first saw 'The Corpse Bride' on TV a few days ago, and immediately fell in love with it. Even the damn TV voice-over loved it, expressing her admiration as the credits rolled (and you don't hear that often). I quickly got it on DVD to treasure forever. What more can I say? The story is enchanting and charmingly original; the voice-casting is first-class; the stop-motion animation is just sublimely well done; the songs are ghoulishly good (the song the Corpse Bride sings to herself is just adorable and touching). I could go on.

'The Corpse Bride' deserves to be up there along with 'Toy Story', 'Monsters Inc', 'WALL-E', 'Shrek' as not only one of the greatest children's films of all time, but one of the greatest films full stop. If you do not like this film then not only do you not have a heart, you are one of the reasons why this world is in such a mess.
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