Bradburyesque right down to the music, and the grotesquely comic becoming downright scary at the end. Reverse "Skeleton," anyone? (This version, two minutes and 33 seconds of a 4-minute film, is edited to eliminate the cross-dressing part--the long-after-midnight pig?)
There's a current commercial which opens with an amusement park and other objects waking up by themselves--main characters are small robots--I'd love to post but can't for the life of me think what product or service it advertises.This message has been edited. Last edited by: dandelion,
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I think that many Tim Burton movies are Bradburyesque. Burton loves Halloween (The Nightmare Before Christmas / Sleepy Hallow) and Poe and he seems to love telling strange tales of fantasy (Edward Scissorhands). Burton's movie (Big Fish) might be his most Bradburyesque film and is quite good.
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