It's not just the character, its the background of the movie that makes it good also. Johnny Depp is an all-around amazing actor. That is the true and, perhaps, the only purpose of art, if you ask me. On the lawns of these houses, more and more of Edward's singular topiaries -- in the forms of a ballerina, a penguin, a set of bowling pins and so on -- begin to appear. But in the final analysis, the most important message the film has to offer is this: Love truly does make the world go 'round and redemption and just living to see another day is a kind of victory.
These are great gateways into immersive entertainment. However Kim's jock boyfriend Jim dislikes Edward immediately. This story shows the betrayal of a person who desperately wants to help and to love but does not realise he is being used. It is a very beautiful story. I am writing for the first time for any movie, I couldn't stop myself. The snow scene is my favourite, when Edward carves a figure of an angel with Kim's face from a block of ice, while she dances in the snow below.
He falls in love with a local girl Winona Ryder , and is witness first-hand to the joys of life, until accidentally injuring a young boy and becoming the enemy of the overzealous town. Aside from a woman attempting to seduce Edward wearing a lace bra she mounts Edward while he is on a chair and attempts to use his scissors to cut off her clothes , sexuality is limited to courting rituals kissing and hugging. The photography and the visual effects are very good. In fact, Edward was a kind and childlike ¡§person¡¨, but because of his scissorhands, people only used him of his skills with topiary sculpture and hair design but failed to trust and respect him. After Edward witnesses the death of his creator he stays locked away inside his mansion all day, which is located atop the otherwise cheerfully picture-perfect local neighborhood community.
Every expression on his face is full of raw emotion: every cautious smile, and every time of hurt and confusion. The ultimate beautifully sad fairy tale that does not let go for days. There was such an amazing scene with the machines working. The tale does not grow old because the values are timeless. The power to creates sympathy without words is incredible.
Delving into the movie itself did nothing to make me enjoy it any more, in fact it made the dreary experience just as bad as when I watched it in the first place I mean it couldn't possibly get any worse! This movie is well acted, directed, and the score is just amazing. The scene with the Snow Angel. Then again, I think we can all relate to Edward Scissorhands from time to time. Tim Burton is one of these people. Gazing at the empty sky; the moonless night magnified the silence as the untouched, soft white layer of snow covered the ground like a blanket on top of you on a chilly winter night. Is there a real excuse for their existence? Once upon a time there was a young director who made two wonderfully imaginative films before really finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow with Batman in 1989.
He just used facial features to show emotion rather than words and it pays off. It was so weird, seeing him, morph from a skinny-nerdy guy in his earlier films into a tough-looking bad guy here. Thompson; director of photography, Stefan Czapsky; edited by Richard Halsey; music by Danny Elfman; production designer, Bo Welch; produced by Denise Di Novi and Mr. Edward has apparently hidden here for a long time, with nary a trip to the grocery store. Now someone is killed, and that's the solution, and the movie is over.
Burton's richly entertaining update of the Frankenstein story is the year's most comic, romantic and haunting film fantasy. Parents need to know that there is sporadic violence in Edward Scissorhands. And like I said earlier, I relate a lot to Edward, for he was a outcast, like I am an outcast, like we are all outcasts in certain times of our lives. Johnny Depp is simply marvelous in the role of Edward. I just kept thinking about this guy who had scissors for hands, and was so unfamiliar with the world, He had a wonderful talent for making things with his unique hands, but he was still confused about the way the world worked. Johnny Depp shows his great talent as an actor and Danny Elfman's music for the movie is some of the most beautiful you're ever likely to hear.
It exudes darkness and isolation. It's sometimes difficult to hold his tears. Dianne Wiest, one of my favorite actress as the Avon lady, Peg, who takes Edward home with her, the reason I love her so much is she brings so much class into whatever role she is playing. I have seen it for about twelve times and still cannot get enough of it. They couldn't have chosen a better cast for this movie.
One of Vincent Price's last performances, if not the last. Whereas Johnny Depp, he's simply extraordinary and finds here, one of his best roles. I'm not really into the Romance genre, but this is probably my favourite in the genre. As a result Burton's true affinity for the subject is evident it's clear that he takes this entire project very seriously. The ending of this movie is one of the most wonderful I've seen.
The cast is reasonable but not surprising, except for Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder, actors who had, in this movie, the first major opportunity to shine, and where Depp inaugurated a long and fruitful partnership with Burton, which lasts until today. The story about a half-made man named Edward, who has the misfortune of having scissors for hands, Johnny Depp is one of those rare creatures who's soul is bigger than his heart. But as I said, Edward Scissorhands being somewhat similar to a Disney feature offers everything i. It's a very touching moment and shows just how great ideas can be born from great minds. Whether he's pitting Batman against the Joker or giving us an uncanny look at the afterlife, Burton has a way of both making our eyes pop and crafting a story with genuine feeling.