got exactly what I wanted\nhad to wait though\nstuck at sorting facility for days (4or5)\nthen got delayed in transit\nthen when I went to pick it up;\nhad to wait again for a clerk\nthe place looked like a \"keystone cops\" film\nnobody knew what they were doing\nfinally, after half an hour; I got my item (about 6\"X6\"X1\/2\")\nit is for the grandkids, so I bit my lip and stuck it out.
D'Arienzo's love of trite indie-movie signposts of comic quirkiness -- deadpan delivery, overly formal camerawork, characters delivering dialogue into the camera, stunt casting -- is ultimately regrettable.
At first this appears to be something that you wouldn't associate with Tim Burton, but as the story progresses, you quickly see all of the magic that you love. It's a terrific and touching story about a father's stories and his son's disbelief. Funny and Imaginative, you won't regret viewing.
even if it offers Lohan her first role as a grown-up, places her in a corporate New York, and contrives a scene in which she gets to wear a dress owned by Sarah Jessica Parker, the sex in this city never seems to get beyond first base.