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They're a big deal: Five great movie giants

Published Feb. 27, 2013

Hollywood actors and actresses always seem larger than life on the big screen. But then there are these actual cinematic giants. Some of them are the work of special effects while others are simply the result of incredible genetics. In honor of "Jack the Giant Slayer," here are five movie giants that put the big in big screen.

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Resurrected "Frankenweenie" brings Burton's career back to life

Published Oct. 5, 2012

After weathering the hits and misses of Tim Burton's more recent work, fans saw a promising break in the clouds when the full-length adaptation of "Frankenweenie" was announced. The black-and-white short that originally got him fired from Disney has, ironically, come full circle - not only does this spooky stop-motion tale reunite Burton with the kid-friendly studio, it has zapped new life into a career that was gasping for air.

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The five best of Tim Burton

Published Oct. 3, 2012

I didn't have many nice things to say back when Tim Burton released "Dark Shadows," but considering "Frankenweenie" is coming out this weekend, I'm thinking we start fresh. As a sign of good will, here are five Tim Burton movies that give merit to the director's reputation of quality and creativity.

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"Dark Shadows" a vampire tale sucked dry of life

Published May 11, 2012

After "Beetlejuice" and "Edward Scissorhands," Hollywood seemed to have found a fascinating visual mind in Tim Burton. Cut to 20 years later, and Burton's signature style is more sigh-inducing than surprising.

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Is "Alice in Wonderland" your kid's cup of tea?

Published March 24, 2010

The new "Alice in Wonderland" film is most likely appropriate for kids who are at least 6 years old. Younger children -- as well as very sensitive older kids -- might be afraid of a few scenes. But don't take my word for it. Here's a list of film facts that might help you decide whether or not "Alice" is a good fit for your lil' rabbit.

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