I saw Tim Burton's film "Corpse Bride" tonight. It was pretty excellent. I don't really feel like writing a review, but there was something quite unique about the movie that I wanted to comment on.
The film is about a living guy who "accidentally" marries a corpse when he puts a wedding band on her finger when he is practicing his vows in the woods. She's died some years before and her skeleton arm is sticking up from the ground which is what he puts the ring on mistaking it for a tree limb. She comes up as a ghost and declares they are married. Meanwhile the guy tries to get away from her and back to his betrothed.
The interesting thing about the animation is the juxtaposition of the two worlds. The world of the living is very dreary in many shades of greys and browns, there is very little colour it is all in all very drab and dingy looking. In contrast the world of the dead is very bright and colourful, extremely vibrant and full or rich colours. It's an interesting twist as one would usually think that the world of the dead would be drab and the world of the living vibrant.
So I would definitely suggest y'all watch it as it's quite a cool film.