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Poetic Essay Tim Burton What is a nightmare The answer is sure to be found in the body and mind of an experienced director and an inspiring poet This director and poets name is Tim Burton Tim Burton is a man who takes childrens nightmares producing them into movies or writing them into poems He began his life in Burbank California a small suburban town on the 25th of August 1958 Tim was very shy growing up He had a huge passion for movies his favorite was type was Monsters and Horror His role model growing up was Vincent Price an actor He soon received a scholarship to the California state Institute of Arts After college he began animating for Walt Disney His first movie was the Fox and The Hound The directors of Disney finally gained attention on Burtons rare and unique drawing style Before long he created his first animation short of his own Vincent He was then able to make a five-minute short film This may seen like a small accomplishment but he soon got his 25 minute film Frankenweenie granted Tims first movie was Pee Wees Big Adventure staring Pee Wee Herman He then late went on to direct the blockbuster film Batman After Batman he created the animated masterpiece The Nightmare Before Christmas His most recent movie to date is Planet of The Apes Most people who wrote or write biographies on Tim Burton focus on his movies alone Im going to reveal the poet hiding in the back behind these movies At a quick glance through his book The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy you will see two more obvious things one this book is not meant for children and Two Burton is one sick twisted individual but these things you probably already knew heck its what we like best about him isnt it The text of each story is brief
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