Marvellous film, with great performances by Adams and Waltz. Touching story that seems to be extremely true to the reality of it. A satisfying end as well. Tim Burton's best film in recent years by far.
One of the worst film adaptations I've ever seen. This hurts me as a fan of the book series, seeing stunted performances that don't deliver any of the tension. The only saving grace was Stephen Fry as Smithers. Maybe one day a reboot series could happen, as this film is best left alone.
Incredibly moving film, with an in-depth view on blindness. The use of John Hull's actual cassette tape recordings as the dialogue for the film works wonders. As I actually met John Hull, as he was a member of my Church I can say the main actor did a wonderful job of imitating all his characteristics. Definitely check this film out.