Edward Scissorhands Reviews
I love how almost robotic the neighborhood is especially the husbands and there routines. They all get home at the same time, there wives go home, and then on weekends, they all leave at the same time to go golfing. I can't help but feel that maybe a part of Tim Burton is represented in Edward, especially in that bank scene. I feel like Tim Burton has gone through that himself. That scene in the bank pretty much sums it up perfectly how banks are. I hate them.
Jeez, that neighborhood is full of toxic people. Even though this is a sad tale about a good-hearted monster who can't live a normal life, the movie is surprisingly funny with a good amount of humor.
Overall, I love this movie. It's over real quick with it's interesting and original story.
It resembles with Disney cartoon features but the problem in here is that it is a real world and is probably one of the reasons why some of the sequences would be difficult to digest and would raise some questions that should not be. But as I said, Edward Scissorhands being somewhat similar to a Disney feature offers everything i.e. sketchy and shady characters, peculiar world and amusing perspectives. Tim Burton still lacks a better execution as he fails convincing the audience that it is all "real" or even the accept the stills that are projected. But if he fails, Johnny Depp has got his back and not only does he convince them but makes them feel for the character; he is flat out amazing but needs a better supporting cast. Edward Scissorhands scores majestically in pouring out emotions on screen through stellar performances and brilliant writing but unfortunately could not deliver the perfect execution and editing that it deserved.
La obra maestra de Tim Burton. Poderosa y entrañable, que la convierte en un clásico instantáneo del cine estadounidense.