Yes, I am one of the few people who actually likes Tim Burton's version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I can't help it; I think that movie is hilarious and so is Johnny Depp's Willy Wonka. I'll show myself out...
I wasn't completely enamoured with Sweeney Todd when it came out, but it's grown on me somewhat since. It offers a nice blend of horror and dark comedy, the music is catchy, and it's got style to spare. It's far from perfect, but it is entertaining.
Burton's second foray into stop-motion animation is a definite winner. A darkly charming story about a young man who accidentally marries a dead woman and then has to find a way out of the marriage so that he can marry the actual (and living) woman that he does love, Corpse Bride is a surprisingly sweet and visually arresting film.
The first Burton/Depp collaboration definitely comes close to being the most entertaining and resonant of their films together. The story of a misfit trying to find his place in a sometimes hostile world, Scissorhands remains one of Burton's most original visions and one of his best realized projects.
Edward Scissorhands is excellent, but nothing can top the perfection that is Ed Wood - I would go so far as to say that not only is it the best of the Burton/Depp collaborations, but it's the best film either of them has ever made. Ed Wood is a movie that is both perfect on a technical level, and perfectly entertaining to watch.