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Things You Never Knew About Frankenweenie

Want the inside scoop on Tim Burton’s stop-motion animation, Frankenweenie? You got it! We head behind the scenes to bring you the ultimate lowdown… Back to Article

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vega1123
vega1123 wrote:
2013-03-02 02:15:50 -0800

that movie was cool in the beginning but got really sad during the end

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21inkiepielover
21inkiepielover wrote:
2013-01-11 17:43:10 -0800

Omg I cried a little when I started to watched it.

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*Lil'PrincessCadence*
*Lil'PrincessCadence* wrote:
2013-01-09 13:33:52 -0800

omg, when i saw the movie i cried a billion times. At least now Sparky will live forever, at least until he does somethin dangerous, i wish i could do that withmy cat thunder...she died in the fire next door...and i just miss her so much Frown Speaking of which, we buried her in our backyard so bye folks!!! Im gonna go see it and put flowers down for her now!!!!!!

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Sanayialove
Sanayialove wrote:
2013-01-08 18:34:18 -0800

ok

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