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Coraline 2009

An adventurous girl finds another world that is a strangely idealized version of her frustrating home, but it has sinister secrets...

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@shleea
You're not alone. I'm still not sure that I like this movie. I went in expecting something more like Corpse Bride or Nightmare Before Christmas. While there are some relations to be made, this one just doesn't have the same sort of feeling to it.
@sssLinkest Really?! I didn't *hate* it, I just can't say I loved it. I guess I'm one of the rare few who didn't have an instantaneous liking toward this film. :/
@shleea This is one of my favorite movies,
just too perfect for me to say more...
There was something weirdly off about this movie. It was pretty creepy.
Still one of my favorite movies! I love it.

Loved it.

none of these link dont even work they all go to some snow boarding crap

I think that this movie looks incredibly well made and extremely entertaining. I have no doubt that this will hit big in the box offices and big in everyone's hearts the week it comes out.

Henry Selick has never failed us before. We should have faith in him that Coraline will top everything that he's done in the past.

I fully support this Coraline movie 100% And you can bet that you'll see me first in line at the theaters ready to see this movie, excited and anxious!!
This movie was a truly good movie that I enjoyed. It was the first movie like that For this year so far. This needs to be seen. A truly good movie.
Coraline, nearly 4 years in the making, is a new stop-motion animated feature from first-timer LAIKA and Focus Features, and it debuts in theaters (900 of them in 3D) this Friday, February 6th. The story of a young girl who moves to Ashland, Oregon only to discover that her house is full of magical secrets was adapted from Neil Gaiman's (The Sandman) book of the same name. While the locations have changed (the book was set in the UK), Henry Selick (The Nightmare Before Christmas) went to great lengths to preserve Gaiman's original intent. The results are his efforts are uneven, and unlikely to capture the type of box office rapture that a film like WALL
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