By Faisal Hashmi on March 11, 2012
Video DescriptionDecades ago, Tim Burton made a creepy little short film called 'Frankenweenie' with stop-motion animation and it got him fired by Disney because it was 'too scary'. Times have changed and Burton has become of the biggest directors at the box-office, especially after 'Alice in Wonderland'. So Disney has bowed in to produce a feature length version of that exact same movie. And as far as the trailer goes, it looks interesting although strangely disengaged. Maybe the movie is more grabbing. Check it out.
Plot - When Victor, a young boy who enjoys making monster movies, learns that his dog Sparky has been hit by a car he sets out to bring the dog back to life the only way he knows how. With Frankenstein-like features, Sparky frightens the whole neighborhood and is eventually rejected by them. Victor must convince them all that Sparky is the same loyal pet that he always was. This is a stop-animation version of the live action film Frankenweenie (1984).
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