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Ed Wood

Rated R for some strong language.

R 124min.
 
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Hollywood visionary Tim Burton pays homage to another Hollywood visionary, albeit a less successful one, in this unusual fictionalized biography. The film follows Wood (Johnny Depp) in his quest for film greatness as he writes and directs turkey ... Read More
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Ed Wood
Bela Lugosi
Dolores Fuller
Kathy O'Hara
Bunny Breckinridge
Criswell
Orson Welles
Vampira
Reverend Lemon
Paul Marco
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