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Edward Scissorhands (1990)


Like so many of Tim Burton’s films, Edward Scissorhands is all lovely production design and wacky, whimsical, pseudo-gothic visual ideas, but backed up with barely any emotional depth. 121 more words

Film Reviews

Johnny Depp: Johnny Handsome

It took a while for Johnny Depp to catch on as a movie star.  The actor was an overnight sensation on TV, but he hated his “21 Jump Street” image.   3,985 more words


Edward Scissorhands (1990)

An Avon lady finds the unfinished work of an elderly inventor living alone in a deserted mansion and decides to take him in and teach him to how to “fit in”. 163 more words


Edward Scissorhands: Broken Faith

My background prior to Christianity still leaves me feeling haunted, broken, and rejected at times. I feel invisible. I feel like no one sees or understands the deepest parts of me. 887 more words

Reasons why people have no progress in LIFE.

“Changes call for innovation, and innovation leads to progress.” – Li Keqiang

People always dream for their future to be the best so they work hard in order to achieve it. 854 more words

Wonders Of Wanders

Better Off Dead (or in Isolation)

The last stereotype I will discuss is that often characters with intellectual disabilities are portrayed in a way that suggests they would be better off dead or better off having never been born. 279 more words

Evil & Violent

In some films, characters that have an intellectual disability are portrayed as evil and or violent. Edward Scissorhands supports this stereotype in several ways. Right away both the audience and the other characters judge Edward based on both his appearance and the appearance of his house. 399 more words