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FrankenweenieFrankenweenie is a 2012 3D stop motion science fiction film directed by Tim Burton It is a remake of Burton's 1984 short film of the same name and is a parody of and an homage to the 1931 film Frankenstein based on Mary Shelley's book of the same name.


Like both those films, Frankenweenie is in black and white. In the film, a boy named Victor loses his dog, named Sparky and uses the power of science to resurrect him. The film was released by Walt Disney Pictures on October 5, 2012 and met with positive reviews and moderate box office sales. It was the first black-and-white feature film and the first stop-motion film to be released in IMAX 3D. The film appears to be set sometime in the 1960s.

Young filmmaker and scientist Victor Frankenstein lives with his parents and dog Sparky in the quiet town of New Holland. Concerned with his son's isolation, Victor's father encourages him to take up baseball and make achievements outside of science. At his first game, Victor hits a home run, and Sparky, pursuing the ball, is subsequently killed by a car.

Inspired by a demonstration of the effect of electricity on dead frogs, a depressed Victor digs up Sparky's corpse, creates a makeshift laboratory in the attic and successfully reanimates Sparky with lightning. Seeing a cat, Sparky escapes from the attic and explores the neighborhood, recognized first by Edgar, Victor's hunchbacked classmate. Edgar blackmails Victor into showing him how the reanimation worked, resulting in the two reanimating a goldfish (which turns invisible). Edgar brags about the fish to their classmates, sparking their interest in reanimation.

Victor's parents discover Sparky in the attic, causing him to flee. Joined by Victor, the family search for the dog while the classmates invade the lab, discovering Victor's reanimation formula. All the classmates, going their separate ways, perform their own experiments. Nassor revives his hamster Colossus at the cemetery; he now bears a resemblance to the Mummy. Toshiaki's dead turtle Shelly becomes a huge Gamera-like monster. Bob dumps a package of sea monkeys into his pool; they transform and chase him into the streets. Edgar breaks into the school and brings back a were-rat. Weird Girl's experiment takes a wrong turn when she accidentally mutates the bat intended for the experiment and Mr Whiskers into a vampire cat. The animals wreak havoc in the town. Although each pet is eventually defeated, Mr Whiskers carries off Elsa van Helsing, Victor's love interest, to the town's windmill. The townsfolk blame Sparky for the monsters and chase him inside the windmill, setting it ablaze. Sparky rescues both Victor and Elsa from the burning windmill to the town's approval, only to be pulled back inside by Mr Whiskers. The cat is staked through the heart with a falling rafter just as the windmill crushes Sparky to death.

As reward for his bravery, the townsfolk gather to revive Sparky with their car batteries, reanimating him once more. Sparky awakens and is reunited with his own love interest, Persephone, Elsa's Bride of Frankenstein-style poodle.

The film has received mostly positive reviews from critics. Based on 119 reviews, the film currently holds a "Certified Fresh" rating of 87% on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, with an average rating of 7.6/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Frankenweenie is an energetic stop-motion horror movie spoof with lovingly crafted visuals and a heartfelt, oddball story."

Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, gives the film a score of 75 based on 35 reviews.
Justin Chang of Variety reacted positively to the film, saying that it "evinces a level of discipline and artistic coherence missing from the director's recent live-action efforts." Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter gave the film a mediocre review by explaining that while the various creative elements of the film "pay homage to a beloved old filmmaking style", the film mostly feels "like second-generation photocopies of things Burton has done before." Roger Ebert gave the film three out of four stars, while regarding the film as not "one of Burton's best, but it has zealous energy" and that "the charm of a boy and his dog retains its appeal".

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