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Tim Burton returns to one of his very first directorial projects for the quirky and sweet "Frankenweenie," the story of a boy who harnesses the power of lightning to bring his beloved dog back from the dead. It's not a scary picture, but an adoring send-up of the monster movie genre, with a little of Mr. Burton's trademark eccentricity thrown in.
Tim Burton reminds us of why we love Tim Burton with "Frankenweenie," a feature-length version of the 1984 short that revealed early glimmers of the veteran director's darkly humorous style.
Some think Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" is a horror masterpiece. Others find it a mix between overblown fright flick and art film.
A look at 20 quality films that didn't receive an Oscar nomination.