"Tim Burton S Corpse Bride" Essays and Research Papers

  • Tim Burton S Corpse Bride

    with the works of Tim Burton. Burton has been known to tie in two completely separate concepts to create a very different form of film, one being a dark atmosphere and the other being a romantic, love story. It is easy to observe that Tim Burton’s unique style has been inspired by the works of Edgar Allen Poe and Vincent Price. Burton’s use of this style is held to be evident in his interpretation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, as well as Edward Scissorhands and Corpse Bride. Above all, film...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, Charlie Bucket 1203  Words | 3  Pages

  • Corpse Bride

    In Tim Burton's CORPSE BRIDE, a merry "tale of passion, romance, and murder most foul," Emily (Helena Bonham Carter) is the vibrant titular heroine. Deceased but under goofy circumstances engaged to the shy and living Victor Van Dort (Johnny Depp), she finds herself in a rare melancholic mood (Which fits her blue, decomposing disposition) after discovering her fiance is still hung up on his actual bride to be Victoria (Emily Watson). Emily receives some cheering up from a pair of underworld friends...

    Christopher Lee, Corpse Bride, Danny Elfman 1015  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tim Burton Style Analysis

    Tim Burton Style Analysis Tim Burton is one of the most unusual and unique directors of our time. He brings characters to life by putting them in a habitat they don’t belong. His movies “Alice in Wonderland”, “The Corpse Bride”, “Charlie and the chocolate factory”, and “Edward Scissorhands” all demonstrate how one of a kind his movies are. Using cinematic techniques, Tim Burton points out the misfit character and shows how different they are then everyone else. His use of camera angles, lighting...

    Alice in Wonderland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Christopher Lee 953  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tim Burtons Cinematic techniques

    Tim Burton’s Stylistic Techniques- FINAL DRAFT Tim Burton is a unique American filmmaker that grew up watching horror movies and even lived near a cemetery. He was surely a self-admitted oddball. However, Tim Burton’s style always seems to appear in any movie he directs. A few of his movies are Edward Scissorhands, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, and Corpse Bride. These movies all represent his interests, inspirations, and his life experiences. Tim Burton uses specific cinematic techniques...

    Caroline Thompson, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Christopher Lee 894  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tim burton cinematic techniques

    connect with them. Tim Burton is among such directors along with JJ Abrams and Oliver Stone; both of which have a brilliantly unique style. The protagonist in Burton's films frequently reveal his emotions and the way he sees the world. In his films he creates a recurring theme about outsiders and how they fit in this crazy, mixed up place. It is clear in Edward Scissor Hands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Corpse Bride, that people fear change and the great unknown. Burton gives light to vastly...

    Caroline Thompson, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Christopher Lee 1107  Words | 3  Pages

  • Summary of Corpse Bride

    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...

    Corpse Bride, Emily Watson, English-language films 853  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tim Burton Style Analysis Essay

    ! The famous director Tim Burton has a special way of making films. From the different techniques he uses and reuses, to the similar themes you can see in almost all his films, Tim Burton has a particular style when it comes to directing films. Paying close attention to his film techniques and themes, you start to discover a bit about him. He uses camera techniques like lighting and flashbacks to show the theme of split-worlds. A splitworlds theme is one that is supernatural, and is one that he...

    Caroline Thompson, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Christopher Lee 1191  Words | 4  Pages

  • Corpse Bride

    ASM301: Critical Analysis: Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride Please respond the following questions in regards to story elements that include an exploration in terms of character, setting, structure of timing, point of view( POV), themes and issues, cause and effect, opening and closure, camera work, lighting, sound, performance, and editing. 1. How is the character believability achieved? (Provide examples from film) They seem so realistic and believable as real people because of the detailed facial...

    Actor, Corpse Bride, Emily Watson 972  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tim Burton

    The Movie Style of Tim Burton Toby Pace University Author Note This paper was prepared for Academic Skills for Graduate Students 084, Section A, taught by Professor Zhylin. Timothy Walter Burton was born in 1958, in Burbank, California, the media capital of the world. When Burton was a child, he was surrounded by filmmakers, actors, great studios and people from all over the world that gave him plenty of opportunities to know more about movies. He preferred science fictions...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, Film 2589  Words | 7  Pages

  • Tim Burton

    hands. Tim Burton is a very unique individual who was given a chance to create and make his own thoughts come to life. Even though he was given the task to create “The Fox and the Hound”, his ideas seemed too grotesque for Disney but because they saw potential in him, the studio soon realized that Burton's capability was not being put to use. Famed director, producer and screenwriter Timothy William Burton was born August 25, 1958 in Burbank, California. Ever since He was a little boy, Tim was...

    Animation, Burbank, California, Film 894  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tim Burton

    Director: Tim Burton Tim Burton was born August 25, 1958. He began as an artist at an early age, he attended California Institute of the Arts. His drawings got him a job at Disney as an animator. After a few small projects Tim Burton was given his first major project ‘Pee- Wee’s big Adventure’ which was a box office hit and got him the job on ‘Beatle Juice’ and then the highly expensive but successful ‘Batman’ which made him a name in Hollywood. Burton has directed 14 films and produced 10, he...

    Alice in Wonderland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands 918  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tim Burton Essay

    Ms. Morrow English I Pre-AP 16 December 2012 How does Tim Burton’s unique style show through the use of cinematic techniques in his films, and what message does he communicate to his viewing audience? “Movies are like an expensive form of therapy for me.”- Tim Burton. This quote was said by the Tim Burton and it definitely shows through his wonderfully directed movies. Tim Burton uses cinematic techniques such as color, music, and establishing shots to capture his...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Color, Danny Elfman 885  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tim Burton

    burtEssay Tim Burton Films Tim Burton has made many great and interesting films but how do some of them compare. Here is the comparison of three films, Vincent, Charlie and the chocolate factory and Edward Scissorhands. This Comparison is about some of the different elements that are in films these are Acting/Performance, Characters and Setting. In the acting and performance the actors really make the characters seem very different from the average person. The Character part, the Actors portray...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, Johnny Depp 1077  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tim Burton

    Tim Burton’s Directorial style “One person’s craziness is another person’s reality,” Tim Burton says. In addition, that is shown in his movies Corpse Bride, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Edward Scissorhands, as a gothic romance is portrayed. Tim Burton’s films show his unique and creative style in his stories, settings, and especially his characters. Film director Tim Burton utilizes close ups, low key lighting, and creepy non diegetic music in order to create a gloomy, and gothic effect...

    Cinematography, High-key lighting, Key light 495  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton Comparitive

    Respond critically to significant aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence Achievement Standard English 91480: Tim Burton is an extremely unique and quirky film director, famous for his gothic fantasy styled film, evidently influenced by the Gothic Horror genre of the twenties and thirties.  He commonly uses an original and flamboyant colour scheme throughout his films, with a strong focus on blues and silvery tones. He frequently includes a characteristic...

    Big Fish, Color, Color theory 2197  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tim Burton

    Tim Burton the director with a dark-mystical style. With every one of his movies you will surely drift off into a world that is unknown to human being’s but is known to the believers. Director Tim burton uses frequent low key lighting and a combination of emotional sad relaxing music to capture the audiences attention. Director Burton uses his unique elegant style of framing, lighting and camera movements to accomplish his dark cinematic films. Director Tim Burton has an amazing choice of...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, Emotion 379  Words | 2  Pages

  • German Expressionism and Tim Burton

    German Expressionism and Tim Burton Tim Burton's films have often been noted as modern day forms of German expressionism (the creative movement in Germany before World War I). It is through such things as sets, themes, makeup and costuming, lighting and shadows, acting techniques, and character that we can see Burton has been widely influenced by films of the era. The notable director's films Edward Scissorhands (1990), Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), Batman (1989) and Batman Returns (1992),...

    Batman, Batman Returns, Edward Scissorhands 2029  Words | 7  Pages

  • Tim Burton: a Dark Director

    HarleyAnn Hirsch Period 7 03/06/13 Tim Burton: A dark director. Tim Burton was born in Burbank, California, in 1958. His father was a baseball player and worked for the city. His mother owned a store devoted to cats. Burton grew up in a literally dark world. He lived in a bedroom where his parents completely blackened out his windows to save on heat. This is probably what contributed to his love for the dark, the mysterious, and the cryptic. Burton showed interest in horror films as a teen....

    Edward Scissorhands, Helena Bonham Carter, Johnny Depp 1042  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tim Burton

    The Corpse Bride, Edward Scissorhands, Big Fish In this essay I will be talking about different types of sound and lighting among these three movies. How they differentiate and how they are similar. The first cinematic technique I studied while watching these movies was sound. Non-diegetic sound is when the characters cannot hear the music or sound, it is used for foreshadowing, it can add suspense, happiness or cheerfulness. Diegetic sound is when the characters can obviously hear the music or...

    Corpse Bride, Danny Elfman, Johnny Depp 794  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton Fact Sheet

    William ‘TimBurton was born on August 25, 1958 in Burbank California. Burton was always known as an ‘odd’ child, he was never a very good student in school as he spent most of his time drawing, painting, and watching films, mostly in the genre of Horror which were his favourite. From a young age Burton started making his own short stop motion films in his backyard, one of the oldest known films is ‘The Island of Doctor Agor ’ that he made when he was just 13 years old. It is present in Burtons work...

    Burbank, California, Film, Horror film 1216  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tim Burton the Man Behind the Movies

    Tim Burton (The man behind the films) Tim Burton’s uncommon insights into the tormented and troubled hearts of his characters make him a truly remarkable visionary. His films Sweeney Todd, Edward Scissorhands and his short debut film Vincent all incorporate a common theme; an outsider tormented by his surroundings and those who inhabit them is finally destroyed and or emotionally damaged by what their hearts yearned for. The trouble and tormenting the protagonists heart receives comes from...

    Danny Elfman, Edward Scissorhands, Johnny Depp 1476  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tim Burton

    Many cinematic techniques can be used to send a message or create a desired effect in films. Different directors use different techniques. Tim Burton, for example, uses costumes, colors, and sound to portray cheerful and gloomy scenes in the hit films Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Big Fish, Edward Scissorhands, and Corpse Bride. Tim Burton did a marvelous job in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory using costumes to show how poor the Bucket Family was. The whole family wore old, raggedy...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Color, Danny Elfman 420  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Corpse Bride Analysis

    What Extent Can Tim Burton’s ‘The Corpse Bride’ Be Seen As A Modern Gothic Story? ‘The Corpse Bride’ is a stop-motion-pro picture film, set in a Victorian European village. The director, Tim Burton created a film that is built upon several varying genres and the movie has fundamental ‘gothic’ themes. The Corpse Bride can be classified as a ‘gothic’ genre, but there are several elements of the film that do not fit into the conventions of a ‘gothic’ motion film. In The Corpse Bride the basic underlying...

    Corpse Bride, Death, English-language films 683  Words | 2  Pages

  • Vincent Tim Burton

    In what way does Burton contrast adult and child like perception in his short films, ‘Vincent’? Introduction Tim Burton is a brilliant director, producer, writer and artist. In ‘Vincent’, he is able to show his multi-faceted talent. He wrote the short animation as a tribute to one of his favourite actor, Vincent Price. He displays his talent at mise-en-scene through production elements such as music, editing, camera placements, lighting and special effects in the cartoon. He also portrays the theme...

    Edgar Allan Poe, Edward Scissorhands, Gothic fiction 1006  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tim burton essay by Karla Lopez

    Karla Lopez   Block 4   March 5, 2013    Tim Burton Stylistic Techniques                       Tim burton is a famous director who earned an Oscar nomination for best animated  feature. Burton lived with grandmother as a teennager he spent his days drawing and dreaming  and watching old monster movies. He liked monsters because he felt connected with them since  Edward also felt like an outsider. Tim Burton became a filmmaker at the age of 26, when he  made a short film for Disney. This is impor...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Danny Elfman, Edward Scissorhands 643  Words | 4  Pages

  • Burton

    Timothy Walter Burton (Tim Burton) Tim Burton is an American film director, producer, artist, writer and auteur. He was born in 1958 and is famous for gothic styled films such as The Nightmare Before Christmas (!993) Edward Scissorhands (1990) Sweeny Todd (2007) and Alice In Wonderland (2010). He is by far my favourite director/producer as I love the style of his films and the way characters and locations are portrayed. He is also known for working with the same people in his films (another part...

    Alice in Wonderland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Corpse Bride 686  Words | 2  Pages

  • style In Burton s Eyes

    Walburen English 101 Honors February 9,2015 Style,In Burton's Eyes Tim Burton has more opportunities as a director rather than an author to show shots/framing,lighting,camera movement,and music/sounds.In some of his past movies such as "Edward Scissorhands" and "The Corpse Bride" he used various of technique to demonstrate moods and tones. The tone of his movies are almost always dark because of his childhood experiences. Tim Burton uses lighting,Sound and camera to depict a unique gothic cinematic...

    Corpse Bride, Danny Elfman, Edward Scissorhands 407  Words | 1  Pages

  • The Russian Bride s Attire

    In the painting, the bride wears very gorgeous, but she looks not happy, and most people are look to her, so our sight is attracting on the bride. A girl is lying on bride knees, looking to the bride and trying to console her. This girl is the bride’s sister. A few people are talking to others. There has a little boy look to the bride. The little boy looks very focus and interested to the bride. There have two women in the back. They are looks like talking about the bride. The painting addresses...

    Armenia, Crimea, Empire 1009  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tim Burton

    oddball, those who are a little bit more familiar with Tim Burton would say that he's a beautiful mess. Burton was born August 25, 1958 in Burbank, California. He lived in typical suburbia, along with his brother and parents, although he never felt very attached to them. He felt much closer to the films of Vincent Price and the writings of Edgar Allan Poe. While his parents wanted him to go play outside and be "normal," he would rather soak into a 1950's horror movie, or just withdraw into his own mind...

    Danny Elfman, Edgar Allan Poe, Edward Scissorhands 747  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton

    Tim Burton, an artist, writer, producer, and most essential director, applies creative, quirky, fantastical methods, along with his outsider take on life to each one of his films. Tim Burton manipulates many stylistic techniques across his films to create a distinctive desired effect. One of his most manipulated stylistic techniques is the use of imagery. Storyboarding, costuming, and setting are utilized by Tim Burton in his films such as Edward Scissorhands, Nightmare Before Christmas, and Frakenweenie...

    Caroline Thompson, Danny Elfman, Denise Di Novi 683  Words | 2  Pages

  • Corpus Bride

    Precious Anyanwu Mr. Fletcher English I, 3B 12 March, 2013 Theme Analysis Corpse Bride Essay Tim Burton uses certain techniques to create a unique outlook on life and people/society. He has a unique visual style and imagination that expresses his inner thoughts. Tim Burton thought as fairy tales to be frightening, abstract stories and young children can relate to them because it represents the abstract of life, and how people...

    American films, Corpse Bride, Danny Elfman 575  Words | 2  Pages

  • tim burton

    Tim Burton is a very bizarre and unique director. He lives in his characters by putting them in a environment that they don't belong in. in movies such as "Alice in Wonderland", "Charlie and the chocolate factory", and "Edward Scissorhands" they all show how his movies differ from others. Using different cinematic techniques Burton can make one character stand out among the others. He is able to use camera angles and lighting to give the audience a different outlook on his movies. In one of his...

    Alice in Wonderland, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, American films 486  Words | 2  Pages

  • Corpse Bride Analysis

    Corpse Bride I chose to see the Corpse Bride an animated film by Tim Burton. I picked this film because I thought it would have used an extensive soundscape. There was so much going on that I was paying so much attention to the audio that I missed a lot of the beautiful details in the animation. The movie was somewhat of a musical with about five songs that were composed by Danny Elfman. Usually I wouldn't sit through a quasi musical but since it was an animation it just seemed to fit. The...

    Corpse Bride, Danny Elfman, Film score 736  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton

    Tim Burton This unique tortured boy makes it big in Hollywood. As a young child he was lonely, playing in the cemetery for fun. He grew up to be an obscure, abnormal, and bizarre writer, director, and producer who brings strange and unusual things to life. Many people view this man as an odd, dark, and strange person. Tim Burton is well known for using motifs to express his unique style in his creepy, yet successful movies. Burton has his own unique yet creepy ways to make his movies grab the...

    Alice in Wonderland, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 474  Words | 1  Pages

  • The Corpse Bride Analysis with Final Cut Pro

    Erika Cruz Art 384 M & W 1:20 PM Beth Steffel FCP Experience Paper Tim Burton's Corpse Bride is about a young man who accidentally marries a zombie bride. Victor Van Dort, and Victoria Everglot, are arranged to get marriage. After Victor ruins the wedding rehearsal, he flees and practices in a forest near by, placing the wedding ring unintentional on a finger of a dead girl, who is now saying she is Victor's wife. The Land of the Dead holds many bewilderments for Victor while he learns of Emily's past...

    Corpse Bride, Deep Roy, Emily Watson 781  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton, Style Analysis

    Tim Burton Style Analysis Film Essay By John Visgaitis Period 6-7 The well-respected and established director Tim Burton has always been credited for the uniqueness of his many films. In one of his most popular movies, Edward Scissorhands, he reveals his true potential as a filmmaker and a modern allegorical poet. Within Edward Scissorhands and many more of his works, Burton uses a wide variety of stylistic techniques, including setting, point of view, and motifs. In Edward Scissorhands...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, Film 673  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim s Ethical Dilemma Jamshedpur FINA

    SS  Background S  The Question S  Two Right Choices ü  Right choice #1 ü  Right choice #2 S  Defining Moment S  Conclusion •  Phone interview is the third interview •  Researched China Minsheng •  The company’s purpose: provide client-oriented services •  Minsheng in English means “the people’s livelihood” •  Credo: “Serving the public and caring about people’s livelihood” A female client •  Been with bank for years •  Has poor credit •  In tears, plead for a credit limit increase...

    Choice, Credit, Credit score 351  Words | 19  Pages

  • Influences of Tim Burton

    He’s worked with Alice Cooper, Michael Jackson, and even Tim Burton. Unfortunately in October of 1993 fatally battling lung cancer, he died at the age of 82 in Los Angeles, California. Tim Burton was born 1958 in Burbank, California. Growing up, Tim Burton wasn’t like the kids in his suburban neighborhood. He enjoyed watching monster and horror films rather than playing a ball. He had an isolated childhood and you can often find Burton saying that horror and monster films spoke to him. After high...

    Edgar Allan Poe, Edward Scissorhands, Film 566  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton Editing Techniques

    create many different moods during a movie and every director has a different style of making a movie. Tim Burton, for example, has a style that has been influenced by many people and his interest in fairytales and child stories.Burton's style is dark and delightful, and this is shown in many of his works, like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Edward scissorhands. In these films Tim Burton uses low key and back lighting in order to show the contrast between good and bad, close-ups to show the...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Johnny Depp, Photographic techniques 522  Words | 1  Pages

  • Tim Burton Cinematic Techniques

    English 1H Tim Burton uses many cinematic techniques in his movies such as lighting and camera angles throughout his movies in order to create effects and moods. Cinematic techniques He uses both lighting and camera angles in Edward Scissorhands and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory numerous times. He uses them very effectively to portray different ideas such as showing strengths, weaknesses, or size in a character or setting, or revealing a depressing or cheerful surrounding. Tim Burton is a successful...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Cinematography, Film 660  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton Style Analysis

    Tim Burton Style Analysis Tim Burton has achieved much fame for his imaginative movies and his quirky remakes of old classics such as Alice, Batman, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It is in Edward Scissorhands though, a heartfelt story about an outsider looking in, that Burton shows off his true skills as a director. Using point of view, setting, and motifs his film becomes not just a good movie, but an amazing classic. Burton uses point of view to show the characters perspective and...

    Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton 615  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton Style Analysis

    English 1-2 31 January 2014 Style Analysis Essay Trees. They are often misrepresented, all kinds of strange shapes and colors. Tim Burton has a habit of making trees a part of all his movies, along with other techniques. In the films _Edward Scissorhands_ and _Charlie and the Chocolate Factory_, director Tim Burton uses lighting and music to demonstrate his eerie style. Tim Burton's lighting effectively shows his style, eeriness. In both movies, there are a lot of light-dark contrasts. For instance...

    Alice in Wonderland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Ed Wood 469  Words | 2  Pages

  • cinematic style of tim burton

    THE CINEMATIC STYLE OF TIM BURTON Edward Scissor hands and Charlie and the chocolate factory are both great movies. Tim Burton makes intriguing and all around great movies. The costuming, colors, and setting structure are all very creative, also very unusual and the same time. Charlie and the chocolate factory, and Edward Scissor hands are the most intriguing in my opinion. First the costuming in Charlie and the chocolate factory is very dark. Charlie and his family wore black, brown, and...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Color, Edward Scissorhands 472  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton Essay

    rooms of Willie Wonka’s chocolate factory, Tim Burton is a master of suspense and directing. His use of cinematic techniques created incredible worlds beyond imagination. People from all over find themselves pulled into the originality of his stories and the depth of his characters. His ingenious use of sound, lighting, and shots and framing create diverse and colorful masterpieces. First off, sound makes up a large part of film making, especially a Tim Burton film. For example, in The Nightmare Before...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Cinematography, Danny Elfman 747  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton Cinematic Techniques

    Tim Burton main style of movie is Gothic. There are many different types of cinematic techniques all used to communicate meaning and evoke different emotional reactions with the viewers. In most of his movies he is trying to evoke a gothic feeling. For example he uses sound, lighting, and different types of shots and framing. You can observe some of those techniques in his movies, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Beetle Juice, Edward Scissor Hands and more. Sound is a main cinematic technique...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Cinematic techniques, Edward Scissorhands 593  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton Movie Style

    tim burton- cinematic techniques ''Burton's masterful storytelling skills intertwined with his artistically unique style make this a stylised vision of the ''outsider'' story. Using a similar idea to Frankenstein, taking the ''outsider'' into a new community and creating havoc, director Tim Burton creates a new outlook on this story by adding his own style and vision. This film can be classified as a fantasy, yet it is also a comedy, and a drama, and a romance. Many threads are thrown into this...

    Beetlejuice, Colleen Atwood, Danny Elfman 492  Words | 2  Pages

  • Tim Burton Analytical Essay

    NAME TEACHER'S NAME English 1 8 February 2013 Charlie and the Chocolate factory, Edward Scissorhands, and Big Fish are all exceptional movies directed by Tim Burton. Each movie has a special theme and creates the importance of relationships. Tim burton uses dark lighting, contrasting sets, and close ups to exemplify the importance of relationships. Most noticeably, the use of dark lighting exemplifies the importance of relationships. In Edward Scissorhands, Edward was in a dark castle and...

    Albert Finney, Big Fish, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 588  Words | 2  Pages

  • Literary Culture Shift In Tiger S Bride

    Angela Carter’s Literary Culture Shift in The Tiger’s Bride Angela Carter was a vocal feminist and advocated women’s empowerment. This is often apparent by the strong female characters in her work which is quite famous for her representations of femininity. Carter’s portrayal of women opens up a lot of discussion on the feminist sociological perspective. When Anna Katasavos interviewed Carter, she described how Carter believed that women were represented in a negative light with very minor roles...

    Feminism, Feminist theory, Gender 2266  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tim Burton Techniques

    boy called charlie who doesn’t made any bad things, so as an award willy wonka gave to this boy a gift, the gift was that charlie will become the new owner of the chocolate factory. TECHNIQUES OF TIM BURTON Tim burton definitely has something that makes him a big filmaker. Tim burton make his movies taking by inspiration his childhood, and it like every character he made is a represdentation of he in a certain part of his life, for example Alice in wonderlan, represents...

    Alice in Wonderland, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 569  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Robber Bride

    Depending on how you look at Margaret Atwood’s The Robber Bride, Timson calls it an “upmarket melodrama” whereas Martin refers to it as a novel “confronting politically correct feminism”. The truth is it isn’t either of these. While some of the situations are greatly exaggerated, this book comments on the way that women interact with each other on a day-to-day basis. Atwood tells the story of three women, and how they are drawn together because they...

    Female, Gender, Interpersonal relationship 924  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Tim Burtonization of Alice in Wonderland

    THE TIM BURTONIZATION OF ALICE IN WONDERLAND An essay on Alice in Wonderland Novel by Lewis Caroll Film adaptation by Tim Burton In 1962, film critic Andrew Sarris points out a repeating movement of ideas and images throughout a filmmaker’s body of work. This later on becomes the basis of Auteur theory which describes the authorship of the filmmaker who despite is working within the bounds of a studio system is able to imprint his/her ideologies and personal style into his/her films. According...

    Alice in Wonderland, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Danny Elfman 1366  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Bride Price

    The Bride Price The Bride Price is a tale of love and the culture and traditions that stand between it in a small close-knit town in Africa. A young girl named Aku-nna unexpectedly falls in love with her schoolteacher, Chike, the son of a former slave. Both know this love cannot be; the people of Ibuza forbid the daughter of a free man to wed the son of a slave, and besides, Aku-nna's mother and father have plans for her to marry a rich classmate whom she despises. Chike and Aku-nna, however...

    Africa, European Union, Family 817  Words | 3  Pages

  • Low-key Lighting and Tim Burton

    Out Casts with Cinematic Techniques Tim Burton is well known for his unique style in each of his movies inspired by his unusual childhood. By using different cinematic techniques, Tim Burton is able to point out an outsider in each of his movies. Each of these unique outsiders goes through a suspenseful journey having the audience anticipating the next scene. To create this suspense, Tim Burton uses many different cinematic techniques, mostly including lighting and non-diegetic sounds. For...

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Cinematography, Fill light 497  Words | 2  Pages

  • Picture Bride

    foreign countries, including those mentioned in Uchida's Picture Bride, faced countless problems and hardships, including a sense of disillusionment and disappointment. Furthermore, immigrants and picture brides faced racial discrimination not only from white men, but the United States government, as well. Immigrants were plagued with economic hardships lived in deplorable living conditions. Though nearly every immigrant and picture bride who came to America fantasized about an ideal life, they were...

    Federal government of the United States, Hawaii, Immigration to the United States 1919  Words | 5  Pages

  • Cult Films and the 1950's

    1950's Over past nine weeks we've embarked on a journey spanning seven decades of cult films and also received a brief education of our not so distant past. We've seen the outrageous, the good, the bad and the ugly, the weirdly dramatic, and the just plain weird of the last seven decades of cult films and how in the end somehow find away to incorporate a piece of American culture at the time. However, by far the most intriguing decade to me would have to be the nineteen fifties. There are many reasons...

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  • Book Analysis of THE PRINCESS BRIDE by S. Morganstern/William Goldman

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