Funko Pop! Movies: Corpse Bride – Emily With Maggot Diamond Glitter
Funkoween 2021 is bringing Emily, ready to sparkle in the moonlight. This Diamond Edition Funko Pop! from Corpse Bride features Emily with her maggot friend. She needs your help in finding Victor!
Corpse Bride is a musical that talks about relationships, greed, happiness, death, and above all, true love. A love triangle of people with touching stories that form a charming and humorous film. In this Tim Burton tale, young Victor, who is about to be married, is dragged into another world by a corpse-bride who wants him for herself.
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Tim Burton bets once again on puppets to tell the story, this time of a couple that, on the eve of walking down the aisle, feels their lives go backward. All because he, Victor Van Dort, fails in the training for the vows of eternal union and, clumsy, ends up burning his future mother-in-law’s dress.
It couldn’t get any worse. Humiliated in front of the relatives of the woman he is about to marry, he decides to go into the woods to practice his pre-wedding lines.
It is there, with his studied rhyme, that he sticks the shiny wedding ring on a bush, no less than a finger of the dead bride, awakened from eternal sleep, giving thanks for having found a husband.
Stunned and frightened by the mess, Victor is taken to the world of the dead, where he lives a nightmare away from the woman who should be his one day later.
In town, no one knows him. Victoria became desperate. After a few stumbles and a lot of music, Victor manages to return, married to the ‘zombie’ who doesn’t let go of him for a second. Many surprises happen from that moment on.
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