Check out what are the 5 best films by Tim Burton

Check out what are the 5 best films by Tim Burton

The Californian director Tim Burton is known for the peculiar style of his films. The filmmaker collects cinematographic works of dark character, Gothic aesthetics and a mixture of humor, sadness and fear. See here the best movies by Tim Burton:

Best films by Tim Burton

1. (2003)

Adapted from Daniel Wallace’s book (in Brazil), the film tells the story of Ed Bloom (Ewan McGregor / Albert Finney), a sick old man who insists on telling his son fanciful stories that, badly seen by his son William (Billy Crudup ), were responsible for the removal of both.

Visually decorated and peculiarly entertaining, the film was nominated for an Oscar, four Golden Globes and seven BAFTAs.

2. (2005)

This film is one of the eponymous cinematographic work of 1971 which, in turn, is based on the book of the same name, by the writer Road Dahl.

Burton’s production tells the story of Charlie Buckett (Freddy Highmore) and his grandfather Joe (David Kelly), who join a group of contestants on a visit to the Chocolate Factory of eccentric Willy Wonka (Johnny Depp).

Fantastic as the factory, the film is acclaimed for its humor and its flashy look, in addition to the musical numbers that are in the minds of its viewers.

3. (1990)

The exciting film portrays the life of Edward (Johnny Depp), a young man, created by a crazy inventor, who has scissors instead of his hands. Composed of dark tones, it is sweetened with touches of romance and innocence.

4. (1994)

Also starring Johnny Depp, the film chronicles the difficult trajectory of filmmaker Ed Wood, a producer rejected by Hollywood due to the peculiarity of his films. However, with the help of actor Bela Lúgosi (Martin Landau) and a team that believes in Ed, the filmmaker finds a way to turn it around.

won the Oscar for ‘Best Supporting Actor’ for Martin Landau at the 1995 ceremony.

5. (1993)

In addition to, Tim Burton is also renowned for his animations. Also composed of dark tones, it has as a highlight.

The film tells the story of Jack Skellington (voiced by Danny Elfman and Chris Sarandon), a skeleton who got sick of Halloween. With that, Jack kidnaps Santa Claus (voiced by Edward Ivory) to make his own Christmas.

was nominated for an Oscar for ‘Best Visual Effects’ in 1994, in addition to winning an Annie Award, a major animation award.