The Corpse Bride:
Director: Tim Burton
Victor who belongs to a family with money, is arranged to marry Victoria a woman from a family without money Both are worried since they have never met
Victoria’s parents tell her that marriage has nothing to do with love and it is partnership where both partners have something to offer Victor is a shy, lonesome, and awkward person
Victor continuously messes up at the wedding rehearsal extending the time of the ceremony A man enters that no one knows enters and makes an incredible impression on Victoria’s parents (Lord Barcuss) Feeling embarrassed Victor wonders into the forest in the middle of the night While practicing his vows he accidentally slips the ring on a corpse brides finger officially making them married and she drags him into the underworld Learn the story that the corpse bride and her husband to be were to elope secretly under an old oak tree, but the husband to be never showed up and left her there to die Victoria’s parents arrange for Victoria to marry Lord Barcuss instead Victor convinces emily (the corpse bride) to go and meet his parents in the living world however he sneaks off in order to speak with Victoria but Emily finds out and takes him back to the underworld Victoria marries Lord Barcuss
Since Weddings are til death to us part, the only way for Emily to continue to be married to Victor is if he dies He agrees to drink poison in order to do it
The dead people come to the living world in order to marry Emily and Victor Lord Barcuss only wanted to marry Victoria for her family’s money but then found out that her family does not have any Emily decides not to go through with the wedding because she knows that Victor loves Victoria Lord Barcuss comes to take Victoria back and we learn that he is the one who left Emily to die under that oak tree While making fun of Emily, Lord Barcuss toasts the dead people and drinks the poison and dies Emily lets Victor go, and becomes butterfly’s that fly into...
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