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December 14, 1990
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I LOVE THIS MOVIE I ALSO THOUGHT IT WAS A SAD MOVIE
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It is a sad movie,the ending is so heartbreaking
A very good movie commenting on human nature.
Wonderful film. A entertaining, colorful, funny, and comfortable view.
I know this is sad but I just saw this movie today. It was fantastic.
on Jan 11
I believe the entire concept of the movie (aside from being a bedtime story about why it snows) is beauty within. Suburbia, it's almost perfect externally, but internally the people who inhabit it make it ugly. Edward's mansion, outside of the gate, creepy...but beyond of the gate his garden sculptures are breathtakingly beautiful. And of course, Edward himself. This movie holds probably my all-time favorite scene in cinema history. It's when Edward is sculpting the ice angel in the back yard and Kim is dancing in the snow he's creating, while Danny Elfman's music magically plays. The contrasting colors; dark and light, the contrasting emotions of concentration and care-free. It truly is a beautiful scene.