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– He’s making the same face
I’d be making. – Johnny Depp does a really
great job of just creeping me the hell out. ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ – (FBE) We are going to watch
some Tim Burton movie clips today. – Ooh, okay, nice. – I love his movies
that I’ve seen. I’ve seen probably almost
all of them. He’s freaking great.
He’s a freaking genius. – I’m super excited.
I have a Tim Burton tattoo, so… – (FBE) You do?
Let me see! – Yeah, it’s Sally from
Nightmare Before Christmas and Zero and Jack
and I have a haunted mansion tattoo on my arm. – I have seen a couple.
I could recognize it. Everyone can recognize
a Tim Burton movie, but I’m not a number one fan,
know every movie, know every line. – When I watch a movie,
I wanna not think about reality and with his, it’s so easy. – I have a huge appreciation
for Tim Burton and his artistic style,
but also terrifies me. – ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ Shake, shake, shake, Senora
Shake it all the time ♪ – (singing along) ♪ Dah, dah,
dah, dah, dah, dah ♪ I have no idea who–
I know that actor. What do I know her from? – Oh yeah.
There she is. (singing along) ♪ Dah na na na
I believe you ♪ – I think the only reason
I know this song was because of this movie. – Terrifying.
Oh, got it. All right.
I just needed the makeup. – (Beetlejuice) Hey.
– I didn’t even say it three times. – (Beetlejuice) Sorry,
didn’t see you sitting there. – What is this? – (Beetlejuice) Women.
I don’t know what her problem is. – And now we’re just gonna
sit here and watch the whole movie all together. – (FBE) You know this one?
– I don’t know. Is it the Addams Family? – No, I don’t. – It’s Beetlejuice. – It’s Beetlejuice. – Beetlejuice. – Beetlejuice. – (FBE) This is actually
Beetlejuice. – Oh, Beetlejuice.
There we go. I was like, the guy looks
familiar. – (FBE) Beetlejuice actually won
the 1989 Academy Award for best makeup.
– Oh, for best makeup? Wow.
Yeah, I can tell that they did a good job. – Ooh, all right.
I can see that. It deserves it more
than Suicide Squad. I didn’t say that. – The Beetlejuice face,
he’s so instantly recognizable and creepy and disgusting,
which is great. – ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – (worm) This is all your fault.
– What is this one? – I love this film although
it’s really, really trippy and weird. – Yes, I read the book I think,
but I don’t think I ever saw the movie. – I like the style. – He really didn’t notice that
until right now? – (James) And look,
it’s the peach! – The peach!
– (James) We’re going to New York City! – (FBE) All right,
do you know this? – No. – It seems like they’re
traveling on some type of fruit. If I were to guess,
it’d be a peach and they’re on the sea,
so they’d be giant and if I just had to guess
he’s a nice little British boy. He seems like his name
would be James, so if I had to guess,
it’d be James and the Giant Peach. – (ding)
– Is it that? – James and the Giant Peach? – Is it James and the Giant Peach? – James and the Giant Peach. – It’s James and the Giant Peach. – Yeah, it’s James and
the Giant Peach. – (FBE) Yes, this is
James and the Giant Peach. – Oh my God, I got it.
What a cr– – (FBE) The film was directed
by Henry Selick and produced by Tim Burton.
This was the second time Selick and Burton collaborated.
The first was for the Nightmare Before Christmas.
– Ooh, that’s cool. All right.
I didn’t know that those were so closely related.
I thought it was just Tim Burton. – This one is definitely
a classic for me. It’s throwback for–
yeah, nostalgia. – It is kinda strange, isn’t it?
That we all call it Tim Burton’s
Nightmare Before Christmas. Even this one, I thought was
Tim Burton. I didn’t even think it was Selick. – James and the Giant Peach
was another movie I watched constantly as a kid.
I have no idea why. I don’t remember who
put it on, but I watched it all the time. – ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – And there’s Johnny Depp,
who’s in a lot of his movies. – Oh yeah.
This’ll probably be one that some people don’t get. – (man) Who’s there? – (hooves walking) – All right, already terrified. – What’s the name of that guy?
It’s the headless horseman, but his tale has a name. – Oh [bleep], run, dude, run. – Dude, that’s so terrifying.
I can’t imagine being in that situation. – (FBE) So, do you know
this one? – No, I don’t think I’ve
seen it at all. – No, I’ve never even
seen clips from that. That’s completely new
footage to me. – Unless the title is
Headless Horseman, then I don’t know it. – It’s Sleepy Hollow, right? – Sleepy Hollow. – Yeah, this is Sleepy Hollow. – Sleepy Hollow!
Sleepy Hollow. Got it. – (FBE) This movie is called
Sleepy Hollow. – Oh, okay. – I’ve heard of it,
but I just wouldn’t have put two and two
together. – ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ (carnival music) ♪ – Huh. – Okay, there’s always gotta
be a creepy circus movie. – What is this?
I’ve seen it. – Is that Ewan McGregor?
Hello there. – (narrator) And I met mine,
almost. – I think I know what this is.
Oh, I do, I do, I do. – (narrator) Time stops,
and that’s true. – Ooh.
[Bleep]. You guys stumped me. – (FBE) You know this one?
– No. – No, I have no idea. – Nope, never seen that
movie before. – No. – This is Big Fish, I think. – (FBE) This one’s called
Big Fish. – Big Fi–
oh, Big Fish. I know I listened to
the soundtrack of it before, but I’ve never seen the movie. – I kinda wanna see it.
I mean, I’ve seen almost every other one.
How could I have missed that one? – ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Oh, oh my God.
I know this one. – Okay, yeah.
This one is Edward Scissorhands, right?
Or is it not? – Johnny Deep does a really
great job of just creeping me the hell out. – ♪ In the light
my friend ♪ – This is such a good musical. – You know, for someone
who’s a barber, he threw a lot of people
in the oven. Spoiler alert. – (FBE) You know this one?
– The characters look familiar, but no, I don’t. – Sweeney Todd. – Sweeney Todd. – It’s Sweeney Todd. – Sweeney Todd? – Sweeney Todd.
The something barber of something something. – Yeah, it’s Sweeney Todd,
Demon Barber of Fleet Street. – (FBE) This is Sweeney Todd.
– Sweeney Todd. Okay, yeah.
I feel like I’ve seen that a long time ago,
but man. I wouldn’t have guessed
it though. – I remember watching that
for the first time and I was l like,
“It’s a musical and it’s all about people being
cooked into pies and this barber who slits
people’s throats? Sign me up.” – ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Oh, I remember this one, too. – Oh, this is… – See, the animation in his
movies are cute, but creepy. – Yeah, this is his defining
style. – He’s making the same face
I’d be making. – That’s terrifying.
No. – (bride) I do.
– I love that movie so much. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– Is it a Nightmare Before Christmas or is it not? – Something of a bride?
Bride Corpse? Bride Corpse?
Corpse Bride. – Is it Corpse Bride? – Yes, that is the Corpse Bride. – Corpse Bride, obviously. – It’s Corpse Bride. – (FBE) This is Corpse Bride.
– Ah man. I should’ve known. – (FBE) Corpse bride was the first
stop motion movie to be shot digitally.
Both Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and the Corpse Bride
essentially entered production at the same time,
so Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter,
Christopher Lee, and composer Danny Elfman
all worked on the films simultaneously.
– Oh wow, that’s a lot of work, but they both came out great. – Do they all just live together?
I don’t understand. They’re spending so many hours
a day with the same people. How do they not just–
I mean, I guess that’s why they get married to each other. – ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Oh yeah. – Okay this is Edward
Scissorhands for sure. – Imagine you look over,
just… – How do you not see him? – Oh my God.
I remember this scene. – (woman screams)
– Oh, a water bed. Ha, ha, ha. – Oh, it’s a water bed. I forget that water beds
were a thing. – (FBE) Do you know this one?
– No, I don’t know that one. – That is Edward Scissorhands. – It’s Edward Scissorhands. – Edward Scissorhands. – Yeah, that’s Edward Scissorhands. – Edward Scissorhands. – From Edward Scissorhands,
starring Johnny Depp, directed by Tim Burton. – (FBE) This is
Edward Scissorhands. – Okay, okay.
I was gonna say that at first, but I don’t know if that
was the one or not. – He makes a lot of
iconic movies, I feel like, timeless movies
that people just watch forever. – I think it’s very impressive
that these movies were all created across the span
of many years and they all have such
a unique style that you can pin to one person.
I think that’s such a cool artistic tone to be able
to just have a theme and stick to it with any story.
That’s so impressive. – ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Thanks for watching
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  2. I'm actually not a big Tim Burton fan. Out of all his work only like three movies. James and the Giant Peach, Beetlejuice, and of course The Nightmare Before Christmas and that's it.

  3. I think I’ve only ever seen James and the Giant Peach (YEARS ago though) and the remake of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

  4. I've watched every one of them,some of them more than once.I love Tim Burton with my whole being even if he's not as great as he used to be

  5. Fun fact about Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. When Johnny Depp was casted for the role of Sweeney Todd, he had no musical practice for the film! He never had any musical lessons or anything! He just dived right in and started singing beautifully!

  6. YES YES YES Tim Burton is my favorite directer and most of his movies are my favorites, Johnny Depp is mt favorite actor and finally Helena Bonham Carter favorite actress y'all this is heaven thank you guys !!!!!!

  7. I actually own Big Fish and I’ve seen it a hundred times. I can’t believe some of these people don’t any of these movies. I knew all of them

  8. you know a movie director is good when like at least 3 movies get adapted into famous musicals:

    also do college kids know musicals

  9. Hi React Channel

    Please do the following for College Kids Do They Know 80s Action TV Shows:
    1. A-Team
    2. MacGuyver
    3. Air Wolf
    4. Magnum PI
    5. Miami Vice
    6. Murder She Wrote
    7. Quantum Leap
    8. 21 Jump Street

  10. I am proud to say I did not miss one. ??? I freaking love Tim Burton. He's one of my favorite directors/producers. Plus Johnny Depp and him are good friends.

  11. Omg I love this episode because I love Tim Burton ❤?❤? I went to México last year only to go to the Tim Burton Museum ❤?❤?

  12. Ever since watching Troye Sivan reacts to Teens React to Troye Sivan, every time I see Sergio's face, all I can think is "F***ing Sergio."

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