Using a super high-tech formula that involved weighing monster makeup against plot and identifying the square root value of IMDB scores in relation to the sheer "Wow" power of Johnny Depp, we came up with an all-too subjective ranking system which we used to rate Burton's films from "meh" to amazing.
Creepy apocalyptic screed about an inter-species romance between Helena Bonham Carter, an amorous chimp, and Mark Wahlberg.
Tim Burton proves he's not just about stop motion and Scissorhands in this moving film about monster moviemaker, Bela Lugosi.
Young girl goes on psychedelic adventure with creepy man wearing a top hat. *Movie is not about pedophilia... (repeat).*
Michael Keaton proves he is still the best Batman and Danny DeVito wears the creepiest prosthetic nose ever invented.
Johnny Depp drinks lots of absinthe, chases a headless horsemen and unsettles everyone he meets.
Tim Burton makes us cry in this film about a son who finds redemption in his father's tall tales.
A stop motion cautionary tale about the dangers of loving your pets just a little too much.
A bumbling groom practicing his wedding vows in the forest winds up married to a jealous corpse.
Every dentist's worst nightmare.
Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter team up again; this time, in order to turn people into meat pies while singing.
A mostly true biopic about Bela Lugosi and his monstrously unusual friends. Also, Johnny Depp.
Aliens hate yodeling more than you do.
Michael Keaton is the best Batman.
There's no place like home. Until you die and get trapped there with rude New Yorkers and a crusty Michael Keaton hell-bent on haunting.
Jack Skellington, king of Halloween Town, discovers Christmas Town, kidnaps Santa and ruins Christmas for millions of children.
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