R | | Drama, Horror, Musical
The infamous story of Benjamin Barker, aka Sweeney Todd, who sets up a barber shop in London which is the basis for a sinister partnership with his fellow tenant, Mrs. Lovett.
Voted #490 on Empire magazine's 500 Greatest Movies Of All Time (September 2008).
Signor Adolfo Pirelli:
Now, signorini, signori, / We mix-a da lather / But first-a you gather / Around, signorini, signori, / You looking a man / Who have had-a da glory / To shave-a da Pope! / Mr. Sweeney whoever - / I beg-a your pardon - 'll / Probably say it was only a...
Johanna is seen packing stuff neatly into a suitcase, she puts the last item into her suitcase neatly, but when Judge Turpin opens her door we see the item hanging over the side as if it was hastily thrown in.
The final act in the US version uses different angles than the International version of the film during some extra violent deaths. The different angles focus more Sweeney instead of the immense amounts of blood that can be seen more vividly in the International cut. All in all it only amounts to around 3-5 seconds that are actually different and were needed in order to get the R-Rated in the US.
$9,300,805 23 December 2007
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