Henry Selick and Tim Burton are at it again. This time, they have adapted one of Roald Dahl's more optimistic book. A orphan boy named James and his gang of giant insects travel in a giant peach to New York City. When I first saw it for the first time, I was impressed by its stop-motion animation and warped backgrounds. 20 years later, these technical elements still hold up now. But enough of my thoughts about it. Let's see how well YOU know James and the Giant Peach.
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How Well Do You Know: James and the Giant Peach
If you don't get at least half right, feel free to punch yourself in the face for us.
Relax and act natural, you should do fine.
Fanboy/fangirl obsession over the source material doesn't hurt here.
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