The mostly true story of the legendary ‘worst director of all time’. Ed Wood was an eccentric Hollywood outcast who filmed an oddly endearing series of B-films despite a lack of commercial success. He was aided by a bunch of showbiz misfits who had a strong belief in his off-kilter vision.
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A charming ode to schlock with some great black and white cinematography, but it misses the opportunity to explore and indulge in the pleasures of this type of filmmaking. I never understood Ed's drive to create, but it's fun to watch him strive.
I didn't get this film until a watched a film about Bela Lugosi and found out that Ed Wood was a real person... once I had that information that film was much more funny, profound and heart-warming than I had previously though it to be. I always loved the style and quirkiness about it but understanding the context really shed light on the true meaning of this film for me. Great stuff.
A magnificent movie, excellent casts. This here is one of Burton's finest. If you ever love film-making you should really see this first before you even start. Really, this movie is highly recommended to all of yous who wanna make movies. An instant favorite for me.
Can your hearts stand the shocking facts of the true story of Edward D. Wood Jr.? Martin Landau and Johnny Depp are fantastic, as well as Tim Burton's unique quirky vision of the worst director of all time. a cinematic marvel.