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    That spooky ooky. Halloween Marathon Horror and suspense. Coraline de Neil Gaiman. Mejor largometraje animado. Premios del American Film Institute.

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    Of course we do. But that idyllic utopia doesn't exist, especially in the times for which we live today. Children need to be raised and supported and that takes money and a lot of hard work.

    Only when Coraline sees the manipulation and truth behind the "kindness" her Other-Mother gives her does she realize what she has back at home.

    What we are shown is a world through a tiny door in the wall of an old triple-segmented home. There are stories about this door used to explain the disappearances of some local children, including the sister of loudmouthed and shy Wybie Lovat's grandmother.

    Only a weathered black cat appears to know what is going on, what the too good to be true farce beyond the door is actually masking behind it.

    This cat can travel between worlds and therefore knows it all, allowing him to warn Coraline by orchestrating events via those she encounters.

    A disgruntled child is easily malleable and fooled when doted upon and given sweets and a smile.

    The mantra "never talk to strangers" is never more applicable than it is here. With something a tad off-kilter in the fantasy world, Coraline finds herself shaking it off and relishing the opportunity to experience all that she had dreamed of, not knowing that if her parents succeed with their new gardening catalog, those dreams will be fulfilled in reality.

    A rare thing for an animated film to begin with a cast listing, it thankfully doesn't detract from the escapism by making you think of the actor rather than the character.

    This fact works best with the mother, played by Teri Hatcher. I would never have been able to pick her voice out, but that just enhances it all the more, breathing life into the stop-motion clay form on screen, becoming the wolf in sheep's clothing villain necessary for it all to work.

    Definitely soak in the aesthetic and intelligent storytelling as Coraline is for a thoughtful audience willing to delve deep into metaphors and hidden meaning.

    There is no "approved for your Attention Deficit Disorder child" stamp of approval here. In much the opposite direction, don't be surprised if your child hates you for making them sit through it.

    However, it is a tale that will resonate for a portion of the public, hitting on their own feelings of selfishness and wanting the spoils without the work.

    When your child is intellectually mature enough to handle a rich and deep story, you as a parent will know. When he or she can see a couple of big-bosomed, large older women dressed as mermaids with pasties and not laugh or get uncomfortable, that is when you should let them see Coraline.

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    Get some streaming picks. When Coraline moves to an old house, she feels bored and neglected by her parents.

    She finds a hidden door with a bricked up passage. During the night, she crosses the passage and finds a parallel world where everybody has buttons instead of eyes, with caring parents and all her dreams coming true.

    When the Other Mother invites Coraline to stay in her world forever, the girl refuses and finds that the alternate reality where she is trapped is only a trick to lure her.

    OK America, before you go blindly into an animated film with your young children, why don't you do a little research on what they are about to witness.

    A PG rating and stop-motion animated aesthetic do not always make a child-friendly adventure. Based upon the horror novella by acclaimed author Neil Gaiman, Henry Selick's Coraline is chockfull of heavy material, dark story threads, and bleak possibilities.

    For a guy like me, those things equal undivided success; for a child aged ten, those things equal nightmare filled evenings and parents writing angry letters to Focus Features for subjecting their children to lewd and horrific imagery.

    Well guess what parents? No one is to blame but you. I'm not saying keep all youngsters away, but do use some discretion on whether your son or daughter can handle the fantastical elements.

    This is very much Alice in Wonderland displayed in all its non-Disney possibilities. A cautionary tale on being careful what you wish for, our heroine must discover the difference between a world of people neglecting her and that of people doing all they can so that they may give her all she could ever want in the future.

    Life is not about getting it all right now, but instead a slow and steady climb built on love and trust, one whose benefits far outweigh the whirlwind romance that is never truly as it seems.

    With that said, however, it is very, very good in a very, very different way. Be prepared for a methodically and deliberately paced story.

    More psychological terror than jump out at you scares, the tale of Coraline escaping into a parallel world, perfectly mirrored of her own only inhabited by animated dolls, is one of enlightenment and discovery of what love truly means.

    Do we all want the parents that dote on us? The guardians that will do what we want and when we want it? Of course we do.

    But that idyllic utopia doesn't exist, especially in the times for which we live today. Children need to be raised and supported and that takes money and a lot of hard work.

    Only when Coraline sees the manipulation and truth behind the "kindness" her Other-Mother gives her does she realize what she has back at home.

    What we are shown is a world through a tiny door in the wall of an old triple-segmented home. There are stories about this door used to explain the disappearances of some local children, including the sister of loudmouthed and shy Wybie Lovat's grandmother.

    Only a weathered black cat appears to know what is going on, what the too good to be true farce beyond the door is actually masking behind it.

    This cat can travel between worlds and therefore knows it all, allowing him to warn Coraline by orchestrating events via those she encounters. A disgruntled child is easily malleable and fooled when doted upon and given sweets and a smile.

    The mantra "never talk to strangers" is never more applicable than it is here. With something a tad off-kilter in the fantasy world, Coraline finds herself shaking it off and relishing the opportunity to experience all that she had dreamed of, not knowing that if her parents succeed with their new gardening catalog, those dreams will be fulfilled in reality.

    A rare thing for an animated film to begin with a cast listing, it thankfully doesn't detract from the escapism by making you think of the actor rather than the character.

    This fact works best with the mother, played by Teri Hatcher. I would never have been able to pick her voice out, but that just enhances it all the more, breathing life into the stop-motion clay form on screen, becoming the wolf in sheep's clothing villain necessary for it all to work.

    Definitely soak in the aesthetic and intelligent storytelling as Coraline is for a thoughtful audience willing to delve deep into metaphors and hidden meaning.

    There is no "approved for your Attention Deficit Disorder child" stamp of approval here. In much the opposite direction, don't be surprised if your child hates you for making them sit through it.

    However, it is a tale that will resonate for a portion of the public, hitting on their own feelings of selfishness and wanting the spoils without the work.

    When your child is intellectually mature enough to handle a rich and deep story, you as a parent will know.

    When he or she can see a couple of big-bosomed, large older women dressed as mermaids with pasties and not laugh or get uncomfortable, that is when you should let them see Coraline.

    Looking for some great streaming picks? Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist.

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    Company Credits. Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews.

    User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. What we are shown is a world through a tiny door in the wall of an old triple-segmented home.

    There are stories about this door used to explain the disappearances of some local children, including the sister of loudmouthed and shy Wybie Lovat's grandmother.

    Only a weathered black cat appears to know what is going on, what the too good to be true farce beyond the door is actually masking behind it.

    This cat can travel between worlds and therefore knows it all, allowing him to warn Coraline by orchestrating events via those she encounters.

    A disgruntled child is easily malleable and fooled when doted upon and given sweets and a smile. The mantra "never talk to strangers" is never more applicable than it is here.

    With something a tad off-kilter in the fantasy world, Coraline finds herself shaking it off and relishing the opportunity to experience all that she had dreamed of, not knowing that if her parents succeed with their new gardening catalog, those dreams will be fulfilled in reality.

    A rare thing for an animated film to begin with a cast listing, it thankfully doesn't detract from the escapism by making you think of the actor rather than the character.

    This fact works best with the mother, played by Teri Hatcher. I would never have been able to pick her voice out, but that just enhances it all the more, breathing life into the stop-motion clay form on screen, becoming the wolf in sheep's clothing villain necessary for it all to work.

    Definitely soak in the aesthetic and intelligent storytelling as Coraline is for a thoughtful audience willing to delve deep into metaphors and hidden meaning.

    There is no "approved for your Attention Deficit Disorder child" stamp of approval here. In much the opposite direction, don't be surprised if your child hates you for making them sit through it.

    However, it is a tale that will resonate for a portion of the public, hitting on their own feelings of selfishness and wanting the spoils without the work.

    When your child is intellectually mature enough to handle a rich and deep story, you as a parent will know. When he or she can see a couple of big-bosomed, large older women dressed as mermaids with pasties and not laugh or get uncomfortable, that is when you should let them see Coraline.

    Very enjoyable fantasy with superb animation ametaphysicalshark 7 February Henry Selick's "Coraline" is a smart adaptation of Neil Gaiman's extremely popular award-winning novella.

    Selick's screenplay is excellent and faithful without being a carbon-copy of Gaiman's story, and Selick adds some of his own dialogue to the film, so his contribution is most certainly not only visual, and chooses which dialogue to use from the novel wisely.

    Less of a horror story than the novella and more of a dark fantasy, "Coraline" features a well-written and well-drawn lead character and brings the novel's bizarre world to life without compromise.

    The film's fantasy world grows more bizarre each time we see it, and is as discomforting as it is fun. I missed the singing rats from the novella, but this was more than compensated for by the visual splendor of the garden scene, and there are numerous other examples of the changes from the novel making total sense as Selick's vision of the story differs from Gaiman, but doesn't betray the original work of art, only compliments it.

    The voice cast is very good and one cannot praise the spectacular animation enough. I was very pleased with the 3D presentation here, it was very, very rarely only once or twice used as a 'cool effect', and overall was very tastefully used to give the visuals more depth.

    Perhaps the first really good film to have a wide release in , and looking at the next few weeks I see more than one film I'm moderately interested in, so this might end up being a pretty good year.

    Selick did not make it to our screening. Before going in to see 'Coraline,' I had read the book on which the film was based. While many acclaimed it for it's storyline, I found it rather dull and predictable.

    I've been surrounded by fans of Neil Gaiman's work, though so far had never picked up a book written by him though 'American Gods' did pique my interest.

    Going into the film, I was not quite sure what to expect. I had had tastes of the film from the trailers, but the general consensus was that Henry Selick had tarnished Gaiman's story, turning it into 'Disney fodder.

    For those not in the know, "Coraline" tells the tale of Coraline Jones, who moves to a new town and a house with several strange characters.

    As well, Coraline's parents just seem to have no time for her, and so she takes to exploring her new abode by herself. In her exploration, she uncovers a small door in the house, which seems to lead to nowhere.

    But upon revisiting the door late at night, it opens onto a parallel world that is much more whimsical and fun than the real world.

    The one difference is that in the 'Other World,' almost all the inhabitants have buttons for eyes. It seems just so perfect Henry Selick manages to take Neil Gaiman's story, and crafts a world that just seems to take great advantage of stop-motion in a world where the obvious choice would be to go for a totally computer-generated world.

    Seeing minute details such as Coraline's clothing made of actual material makes the world seem even more magical, where invisible giants manipulate the Lilliputians in this miniature world.

    Dakota Fanning, Teri Hatcher, and a number of other vocal actors give voice to a number of wonderful characters, with Hatcher really doing double and triple-duty with her vocal talents.

    Fanning on the other hand, fleshes out a character that seemed rather dull in Gaiman's work. Her voice gives Coraline the life that I didn't think was possible.

    One unsung hero along with the countless animators who will be passed over in the press junkets is the composer, Bruno Corlais.

    Corlais had never crossed my ears until the screening, but his music lends a touch of brilliance to the film, and makes it seem almost like a European production.

    Growing up in he US in the early 80's, I saw a number of stop-motion productions from Europe that played on the Nickelodeon show 'Pinwheel.

    And if anyone is questioning if the 3-D is worth it-it is! This isn't the fly-in-your-face -D that was seen decades ago.

    It's subtler, but gives dimension to the miniature world of 'Coraline. I'm hoping my other upcoming film hopefuls Watchmen, Up, Transformers 2 will also make me feel as positive.

    It was by the same guy who did Nightmare Before Christmas. Dark, Stylish, Visually Amazing First - if you see this movie, try to see the 3D version - not all presentations are in 3D.

    Second, know that this movie is way too dark IMHO for kids under Not only could the visuals be too intense, but the pacing is not that of a children's show.

    OK - that said, this movie is great. The strength is in three areas: visuals scenery, characters, and little 'details' , style this is movie is simply a work of art - a very dark and offbeat style and emotional impact the film visually evokes a lot of childhood feelings about growing up.

    The basic setup: A little girl and her parents move into a big, mysterious old home. One night, she learns that a little door in the house opens into a passageway to a parallel world.

    In this world, there are alternate versions of her parents, friends and everything If that sounds a bit too simplistic, there's more to it in the full story.

    Plus, it's presented in a serious and dark tone - which adds to it's mystique. The only area I can knock it is in a tame use of 3D. There are definitely some spectacular 3D parts, but the way it's used in general makes it fade into background If you're drawn to the visual aspects of movies, then this is must-see movie for Creepy, in a really creative way.

    That's great because there aren't many, and it must be difficult to display a colorful world with the right amount of frightening elements not to leave a child having bad dreams up to adulthood.

    Coraline is a girl who wishes she'd had more attention from her parents, a prettier place to live and better neighbors. After she discovers the entrance to an apparently enhanced version of her reality, she'll soon find out that too much perfection can't be real.

    Good and imaginative story, delighting visuals, creepiness from the beginning and a couple scary scenes make this an enjoyable film. Well, it's happened again: another animated movie that can I describe "the greatest-looking animation I've ever seen!

    You literally have to see this animation to believe it Forget the 3-D glasses and watch this as you would any other movie You'll be extremely impressed at the colors and detail, and just plain blown away by it all.

    Not only to the colors and detail dazzle, but the inventiveness here is really fun to watch and items change from one form or color to another.

    It reminded me of the Beatles' "Yellow Submarine" but with more sophisticated art To me, all of this made the story almost secondary but the latter is very interesting, too.

    The story is unique; quite different, with a good message getting everything you want not always being as attractive as that sounds.

    Once "Coraline" meets here "other" parents, you'll really get hooked into this strange story filled with weird images and characters.

    I only wish the Coraline had been a little bit nicer kid since it's easier to root for someone when they're likable but the story should keep you guessing and in suspense.

    That made the last half of the film very easy to get engrossed in because so many bizarre things happen here, you don't know how it's all going to end.

    Thus, I found myself not being concerned about her personality flaws. The minor characters in this story, by the way: such as "Mr.

    Bobinsky," "Miss Forcible" and "Miss Spink" - are a real hoot. I'd say this film is more for adults than kid, especially if one appreciates great artwork and creativity.

    Henry Selick's latest movie, and his first in 8 years is a true treat. It was excellent in every way, except for the emotional punch, which wasn't even really necessary.

    The 3-D is very good, and without the 3-D, though the movie would lack the depth, it still would stand out. It is the visuals that make this movie so great, but the characters, plot and music are all top notch too, which add up to a fantastic film.

    Coraline Dakota Fanning and her family have just moved, and Coraline is bored. She has no friends in this new place, and her parents are quite intent on ignoring her.

    The only other kid that lives close by, Wyborn Robert Bailey Jr. After Wyborn gives Coraline a doll that looks like her, strange occurrences begin to happen.

    Coraline finds a small door leading to an alternate, seemingly perfect universe where her button eyed parents feed her good food and give her presents for no reason.

    This universe is not all that it seems, and Coraline learns this the hard way. Henry Selick has always been about the visuals.

    His first film, "The Nightmare Before Christmas", showed that his knack was for the sights, and amazingly, his animation and style has evolved.

    Every little set, and every character is bizarrely designed to fit into this surreal movie. The main critique for this film seems to be that it has no emotion in it.

    Though emotions aren't a prominent aspect of Coraline, there is emotion. Coraline doesn't have a clicking relationship with her mom and dad, but that's why she loves the other mother and father so much.

    Coraline as a character has enough emotion to be the lead to a film like this. This wasn't meant to be a tear jerker animation.

    It was clearly made to bring Neil Gaiman's strange plot to life with dazzling animation. Coulais's score is beautiful, and strange, and most importantly, fitting.

    The music sounds how Coraline should sound, and it is a great listen. They both have catchy, sad and unique music all rolled into one.

    They Might Be Giants also wrote a song, which is nice sounding, though nowhere near as catchy or lovely as Coulais. If I had any problem with this film, it would be that it didn't dive far enough into the alternate universe, but even that didn't lower the movie in my opinion.

    This was an excellent animated film, and is one that can actually be qualified as a family film, in that all members of the family can and probably will enjoy this.

    PG for mild language, violence and mildly sexual animation. The state of mainstream cinema todaya cynical feeding tube of explosions, borderline-playboys, one-dimensional insults to characters and character development, and pretty much vapid cultural nothingnessseems always to be steeped in a complete lack of ideas, thought or obstacles.

    That, among several other things, is what makes Coraline so special. Of course, it's still a great work when standing on it's own, but such an unlikely breath of fresh air is simply difficult to come across these daysCoraline is well-near rapturous.

    The endless sense of unsettling terror, of mystery, of complete perplexitythe kinetic, vibrant balance between emotion, adventure and hallucinatory near-myth is purely stunning.

    In the wasteland of today's arts and entertainment medium, one so dense with mediocrity that intellect can barely survive in it, Coraline finds itself in the humble, calm, albeit mundane world of a young girl named ever-so-obviously enough Coraline.

    Though as Coraline gets more and more obsessed with this psychedelic happy-circus alternate life, she begins to become disillusioned by a series of unfortunate findings; the mandatory buttons-for-eyes, the Other other's insanely cruel punishment towards Coraline's only friend, the trapped souls I won't reveal much more; such a movie needs to be experienced.

    During the final moments of the movie, the dusky, cloudy shades from previously bloom into complex interplays of lights, shadows, primaries, often wandering off into more psychedelic regions, often entering a twisted dream logic and topsy-turvy psyche, though the brilliance of Coraline is that is stays earthy and on its feet even when it has its head and arms embraced right into the wildest of fantasies, dreams, nightmares and puzzlesthe terrifying, vertiginous scene where Coraline has a final standoff between her and the Other Mother, is one of pure, handcrafted imagination; it's something so antique yet so inventive, something nostalgic yet open and liberating that it can only be one thing, something difficult-to-recognize but more than welcome: genius.

    I had no intention of seeing this, but my friend and I were bored on a Friday night and I had free tickets to a movie theater.

    The only movie playing at at night was Coraline. I had heard of the book before, but I never read it so I didn't know what to expect.

    The animation was amazing. Every character looked awesome and had so much detail to them. With the 3-D, nothing really popped out of you, but it just gave it an extra depth that made it more real.

    I think it was so cool. The movie was really cute. If you haven't read the book, it'll keep you in suspense. I really enjoyed the movie and recommend you see it.

    When Coraline moves to an old house, she feels bored and neglected by her parents. She finds a hidden door with a bricked up passage.

    During the night, she crosses the passage and finds a parallel world where everybody has buttons instead of eyes, with caring parents and all her dreams coming true.

    When the Other Mother invites Coriline to stay in her world forever, the girl refuses and finds that the alternate reality where she is trapped is only a trick to lure her.

    In addition, there is no subtle message for children. Therefore, it seems to be primarily recommended to adult audiences. The nightmarish environment is supported by awesome cinematography and a great music score.

    None of the characters is totally likable. My vote is eight. Title Brazil : "Coraline". Apemangalore 14 February First off, the visuals in Coraline are absolutely, undeniably breathtaking.

    In fact, this is probably the most effective 3D movie I've ever seen, right up there with 's Beowulf which, coincidentally, was also co-written by Neil Gaiman.

    That said, I'm sure that Coraline looks almost just as beautiful in 2D, as nearly all of the environments are just so incredibly lush, and the ones that aren't are bizarre and spooky.

    Ontop of being one of the best 3D films I've ever seen, this is also one of the scariest animated films - period - that I've watched. Seriously, there were several kids in the audience screaming during the movie's opening credits which involves a cloth doll having her innards removed and replaced by The Other Mother, and is definitely one of the more creepishly enjoyable moments of the film.

    I'm not sure if I would recommend Coraline to anyone under the age of 6. As far as the story and characters go, and for somebody who hasn't read the book, I was thoroughly impressed.

    It's an involving, sophisticated fairytale with a ton of heart, and one that I'm sure a lot of adults will enjoy. Ontop of Coraline being such a lovable protagonist, The Other Mother is brilliantly frightening in all of her forms, rivaling some of the best animated villains before her.

    Another one of my favorite characters was The Cat voiced excellently by Keith David , who is used as a great "tool" near the end of the film.

    XD About the only problem that I had was that Coraline's real parents treat her with such disdain throughout the beginning of the movie.

    Again, even as somebody who hasn't read the book though now I'm really wanting to , I still felt that that was a little Overall, Coraline is an excellent work of art that surpassed most of my already high expectations.

    Seriously, go out and see this movie, folks - in 2D or 3D. I'll definitely be seeing it at least a few more times while it's still in theaters.

    This review is so important that I wanted to watch the film three or four times with a pause in between And I can tell you that this is not merely a "10" but one of the best films of all time.

    In the Olympics they only give 10s to "perfect" performances. After four viewings, I can see this film is flawless.

    The story never gets dull or predictable. Every child can relate to the "grass is always greener" syndrome and every adult can relate to being a child.

    The dialog is so sharp it hurts. The voice actors are astounding.

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