This movie is the best of Halloween and Christmas in one place. The visuals, dialogue, and music are classic Tim Burton and Danny Elfman. It’s a highly quirky movie that has a terrific story of wanting to change life up. Imagine Jack Skellington showing up at Christmas instead of Santa Claus. It’s quite the twist.
The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Best Of Both Worlds
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2 thoughts on “The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Best Of Both Worlds”
one of my favorite movies
I love that movie.