Sunday, February 15, 2009

REVIEW: Coraline


Dakota Fanning, Teri Hatcher

February 6, 2009


Henry Selick

Focus Features

1hr 40min




If there is any 3D movie that I wouldn't love it wouldn't be Coraline. Coraline is about an 11 year old girl named Coraline Jones who moves into an apartment building with her two parents. THe problem is, her parents are all caught up in work. Coraline then wishes to have a better life. Then one night when she is sound asleep, Coraline wakes up and follows a mouse to a door her mom unlocked earlier to find a brick wall. Once at the door, Coraline opens it to find a strange looking tunnel. Then, Coraline goes into the tunnel to find a world parallell to her own, but only better. Also, everyone in the other world has buttons for eyes. Then, the other mother says Coraline could stay in the other world forever, but Coraline would have to sew buttons to her eyes. The movie was a teriffic experience to see. Filled with humor, scariness, and 3D. Really, if you don't see it in 3D, you aren't getting it all. For me, it is Oscar worthy. Just a heads up, this movie has alot of scary stuff for little kids so if you have a kid 6 or under, don't take them to see this unless you want to take an eye-popping risk.

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