With meager bursts of talent and undying optimism Ed Wood (Johnny Depp) created some of the most bizarrely memorable "B" movies.
Frequently voted the worst director to ever cross a set, Ed Wood (Johnny Depp) combined his meager bursts of talent with an undying optimism to create some of the most bizarrely memorable "B" movies to ever come out of Tinseltown. Tim Burton’s stylized, witty production features Bill Murray, Sarah Jessica Parker and an Oscar-winning performance by Martin Landau as Bela Lugosi. The Chicago Tribune calls it, “One of those rare films that communicates the exquisite joy of the moviemaking process.” D: Tim Burton, US, 1994, 127m
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